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To help students see the differences between different types of figurative language.
Terms in this set (14)
Compares two or more unlike things using "like" or "as"
Compares two or more unlike things using "is" or "was"
a phrase that has two meanings
an extreme exaggeration
Giving inanimate objects human characteristics
a comparison between two or more like things
He is as fast as a cheetah.
That teacher was a real ringmaster.
You're in hot water!
These books weigh a ton!
The bells screamed that it was time for lunch.
Bang! The plate crashed to the floor.
Lisa tended to the mold the way the mother bird took care of her nest.
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