3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- a comparison between two unlike things that does NOT use the words "like" or "as," but instead uses terms such as "is" or "was"; example: That boy is a beast!
- the combination of opposing words or phrases; examples: "jumbo shrimp" and "pretty ugly"
- the repetition of an initial sound in three or more words of the same sentence; example: Aren't those cute, cuddly kittens?
3 True/False Questions
onomatopeia → a word that, when pronounced, mimicks (sounds like) the noise it is trying to describe; examples: Bang! Pop! Buzz, Zoom
personification → when we give human traits and characteristics to objects or animals; example: The daisies bobbed their heads as the warm wind blew.
idiom → a figure of speech in which the literal meaning and figurative meaning have nothing in common; a saying that means something totally different than what the literal phrase actually says; example: It's raining cats and dogs.