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Comparing 2 different things using LIKE or AS. Ex: She ran like a cheetah through the wide, open field.
Comparing 2 different things without LIKE or AS.
Ex: She was a cheetah, tearing through the open field.
Using one thing to represent something else.
Ex: sunny day = happiness rainy day = sadness
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given human feelings, thoughts, or attitudes
Ex: "The leaves danced in the wind.
vivid use of language that evokes a reader's senses
Ex: "The smell of baking bread took her back to her grandmother's warm and sunny kitchen."
A hint to what is coming later in the story. Ex: Red Riding Hood's mom warning her to be careful on the path to her grandmother's house.
The use of words to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning. Ex: "Be quiet!" the librarian screamed.
repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis either in the same line or throughout a literary work.
Ex: "Row row row your boat...."
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