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1Today’s Standard Vocabulary and Concept Development 1.1 Analyze idioms, analogies, metaphors, and similes to infer the literal and figurative meanings of phrases.
2My grandpa was 102 years old when he Idiom:Words used in a special way that is different from their literal meaning.Example:My grandpa was 102 years old when hekicked the bucket.“Kicked the bucket” is an idiomthat means “died.”
3Ivan the bobbing idiot could only talk in idioms! “It’s raining cats and dogs!”“I’m seeing red!”“Don’t put the cart before the horse!”“Curiosity killed the cat!”“Turn over a new leaf!” “You’re stuck between a rock and a hard place!”
4What are some other idioms that you can think of? 18.104.22.168.5.6.
5Analogy: A comparison based on resemblance or showing a relationship. Example: An arm on a person is like a branch on a treebecause both are connected parts of the larger whole.Sometimes analogies are stated like this:Branch is to tree as arm is to person.
6Examples of Analogies Black is to white as hot is to cold. Foot is to sock as hand is to glove.Bunny is to Porcupine as velvet is to cactus.Feather is to pillow as paper is to bookWHAT ARE SOME ANALOGIES THATYOU CAN THINK OF?
7Simile:A figure of speech that compares two things using words of comparison such as like or as.Example: The dog danced around like loose litter in the wind.“Dog” is being compared to “litter in the wind” whichhelps the reader to understand its movements.
8Metaphor:A figure of speech that compares two things without using a word of comparisonsuch as like or as.Example: The cup of hot tea was the best medicine formy cold.“Tea” is being compared to “medicine.”
9Examples of Similes and Metaphors: Her demeanor was smooth and cool like glass.She was as slow as an ant stuck in molasses.The unfinished homework was an anchor around his neck.The phantom’s eyes glowed like fireflies in the night.His mother’s arms were a womb of support.CAN YOU THINK OF SOME OTHER EXAMPLES OF SIMILES AND METAPHORS?
10Quiz: Is it an idiom, analogy, simile or metaphor? The pimple was a rhino horn on his nose.The Easter Bunny is connected to eggs in the same way the Tooth Fairy is connected to teeth.He’s going to be a star!A bird in the hand is worth 3 in the bush.The issue was like an elephant in the room that no one was talking about.