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Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Figures of Speech, like adjectives, add meaning and description to writing. Adjectives The sad clown made the girl cry. The noisy burglars were captured by the police. Figures of speech
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Figures of Speech Idioms Expressions with words that don’t use their ordinary meanings. For the clever detective, solving the crime was a piece of cake. Daydreaming, the getaway driver was killing time until his partners exited the bank.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Figures of Speech Metaphors Making comparisons The thief was a shadow on the wall. The detective was a vacuum cleaner picking up clues.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Figures of Speech SIMILES Using LIKE or AS to compare different things The students were as silent as shadows. The students were about as quiet as a rock and roll band. (Irony)
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Complete the Similes Scenario: At an amusement park, children are riding on a roller coaster. The roller coaster was as fast as...
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge The roller coaster was as fast as... a rocket. a lightning strike.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge The girl in front of me was as loud as... a fire alarm. a trumpeting elephant.
The people down below looked as small as...
The people looked as small as... M&Ms. fire ants.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge As we exited the tunnel, the bright sunshine hit me in the face like...
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge The bright sunshine hit me in the face like... a fist. a bucket of ice water.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge (Irony) The boy behind me was as nice as...
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge (Irony) The boy behind me was as nice as... a broken toe. a bee sting.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge We were as excited as...
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge We were as excited as... a girl hitting a home run.
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge ¶F¶F¶F¶Figures of Speech, like adjectives, add meaning and description to writing. ¶A¶A¶A¶Adjectives ¶H¶H¶H¶His icy glance.
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