2 Words to Know hyperbole alliteration Rhyme scheme metaphor repetition stanzasimilemeterpersonification
3 A figure of speech which is an exaggeration hyperboleMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileA figure of speech which is an exaggeration
4 the repetition of the initial consonant; similar to a tongue twister alliterationMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimilethe repetition of the initial consonant; similar to a tongue twister
5 personification Giving human traits to non-living objects Meter RepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileGiving human traits tonon-living objects
6 stanzaMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileA grouping of lines, usually 4 or more lines, that make up a division of a poem.
7 Rhyme scheme The pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song. MeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileThe pattern of rhyme between lines of a poem or song.Usually referred to by using letters to indicate which lines rhyme.
8 repetitionMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileThe simple repeating of a word, within a sentence or a line of a poem, in order to provide emphasis.
9 meterMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileThe rhythm of a poem; arranging the words and lines of the poem in such a way as to give the poem a rhythm or beat.
10 metaphorMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileA fig. language in which 2 things are compared. It does NOT use “like” or “as”.
11 simileMeterRepetitionHyperbolePersonificationRhyme schemeAlliterationMetaphorStanzaSimileA fig. language in which 2 things are compared. It uses “like” or “as”.