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ACADEMIC VOCABULARY BY:HISHAM BECHAY
synthesize alliteration the repetition of similar sounds, usually initial consonants, in a group of words on scrolls of silver snowy sentences "
synthesize personification a figure of speech which gives the qualities of a person to an animal, object or idea Death lays his icy hand on kings. Draw your own picture
synthesize metaphor compares two unlike things simply by saying one is the other; no comparison word is used You are my sunshine. Draw your own picture
synthesize simile Compares two unlike things by saying one is like or as the other Your eyes are like the sun. Draw your own picture
synthesize hyperbole stretching the truth in a big, overdone way, to make a point. -I'm so hungry I could eat a horse. -He's as big as a house. Draw your own picture
synthesize Assonance the close repetition of similar vowel sounds in words in a group of words Fleet feet sweep by sleeping geeks. Draw your own picture
synthesize idioms a phrase that says one thing but actually means something quite different James is in hot water. He is in trouble) Draw your own picture
synthesize imagery the use of figures of speech or vivid descriptions to produce mental images His operas synthesize music and drama in perfect harmony. Draw your own picture
synthesize Plot sequence of events in the story A good plot means a good story. Draw your own picture
synthesize Conflict struggle between opposing forces Man is always in conflict with nature. Draw your own picture
synthesize Irony words or phrases that mean just the opposite of what they say. "A fine thing indeed!" he muttered to himself.. Draw your own picture
synthesize Analogy compares two objects, part by part, suggesting that if they are alike in some ways, they'll probably be alike in others Hot is to cold as fire is to ice.. Draw your own picture
synthesize symbolism the use of something to stand for something else the bird of night (owl is a symbol of death). Draw your own picture
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