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Choose the sentence that contains a simile. a.The father likes to play football with his daughter. b.The dolphins jumped happily from the waves. c.The little boy was cute as a button but very hard to control. d.This book bag weighs a ton.
Which sentence contains an example of onomatopoeia? a.The creak of the branches in the icy wind made me shiver. b.From a distance, the city lights twinkled like fireflies. c.The raft was a tiny atom afloat in the vast ocean. d.The lumberjack swung the heavy ax as though it weighed nothing.
Choose the sentence that contains alliteration. a.Turn around, turn around and fall right down. b.You are smart to take care of your heart. c.Sing loud, sing happy, sing proud. d.The swiftly slithering snake slides sideways on the sidewalk.
Which of the following sentences does not contain a metaphor? a.The sky was a flaming ball of fire. b.My cat is as fast as a lightning bolt. c.The ocean sends its chorus of voices over the land. d.My ex-boyfriend is a snake in the grass.
Which sentence is a metaphor? a.Several silly snakes slithered. b.The wind whistled a tune. c.The balloon is a floating ball. d.Chandler is as fast as a racecar.
Which of the sentences contains a simile? a."Tell me a story," said Sally to her grandpa. b.Sally looked expectant like a cat waiting for a mouse to eat. c."Just a moment," said her grandpa, "I have to gather my thoughts." d.Sally's grandpa chewed on his bottom lip thinking up a grand tale.
The lamb's fleece was white as snow. The sentence above contains _____. a.onomatopoeia b.alliteration c.a metaphor d.a simile
What type of poetic device is used in the following sentence? The choo-choo train went clickety- clack down the tracks. a.metaphor b.simile c.onomatopoeia d.alliteration
A family of forty finches flapped their wings and flew from the feeder. The sentence is an example of ______. a.metaphor b.alliteration c.rhyme d.onomatopoeia
Which sentence contains a simile? a.The rock was a boulder. b.Pumpkins are orange. c.The pumpkin was a boulder. d.The pumpkin was as big as a boulder.
Which sentence contains an example of onomatopoeia? a.The full moon was like a rose in the sky that looked red. b.The marbled moon moved slowly southward as we walked. c.The grey owl went hoot, hoot, hoot, as the moon rose in the sky. d.The owl was grey and came out at midnight to sit in the tree.
Which sentence is an example of alliteration? a.Slowly and sleepily the silly cat stretched. b.He opened his mouth in a wide yawn. c.He put his huge nose in the air. d.He was hungry and ready for dinner.
Which sentence uses a simile? a.Then, with my awful job done, I could feel as light as a feather. b.My job today was to tame that hairy beast of a backyard. c.I would have to conquer him, too, to become master today. d.I went to the garage and stood face to face with the cold, steely eyes of the lawn mower.
Choose the phrase that contains an example of alliteration. a.up, up, and away b.from here to infinity c.here this year d.pretty pink petals
Which of the following is an example of alliteration? a.see, say, do b.up, down, in, out c.sea shells on the sea shore d.ran, pan, Dan
Which sentence is alliteration? a.Baby barefoot bears blissfully bounced blue balls. b.Babies play with balls that bounce up and down. c.The bears went growl as people approached the cage. d.The balls bounced high when the children played with it.
Which word is considered an onomatopoeia word? a.rumbling b.mull c.break d.hard
Which descriptive sentence contains a metaphor? a.The tiny boat rolled on the lake's rough waters. b.The rain had stopped. c.The waves left by the storm were angry boxers beating the boat. d.A warm sun came out and began to clear away the clouds.
Determine the rhyme scheme of the poem. Mr. Brown, the circus clown puts his clothes on upside down. He wears his hat upon his toes and socks and shoes upon his nose. a.ABBA b.ABAB c.ABCB d.AAAA
Determine the rhyme scheme of the poem. My penmanship is pretty bad. My printing’s plainly awful. In truth, my writing looks so sad it ought to be unlawful. a.ABBA b.ABAB c.ABCB d.AAAA
Determine the rhyme scheme of the poem. I started on my homework but my pen ran out of ink. My hamster ate my homework. My computer’s on the blink. a.ABBA b.ABAB c.ABCB d.AAAA
Determine the rhyme scheme of the poem. Today I had a rotten day. As I was coming in from play I accidentally stubbed my toes and tripped and fell and whacked my nose. a.ABBA b.ABAB c.ABCB d.AAAA