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Figurative Language Terms-5
simile
metaphor
personification
hyperbole
a comparison of two usually unrelated things using the words…
a comparison between 2 usually unrelated things
giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas or a…
an exaggeration (represents something as better or worse than…
simile
a comparison of two usually unrelated things using the words…
metaphor
a comparison between 2 usually unrelated things
10 terms
Common Core Nouns 2
Alliteration
Analogy
Connections
Connotative Language
words in a row with the same initial consonant sound
figuring out how things are related; similarity between like…
relating what you read to something else you know
the association that a word brings to mind
Alliteration
words in a row with the same initial consonant sound
Analogy
figuring out how things are related; similarity between like…
Week 2.1-2.5
setting Noun
idiom Noun
metaphor noun
onomatopoeia. Noun
The historical moment in time of a story
A phrase that is understood to mean something
A comparison between tow things that are unrelated not using…
The formation of a word
setting Noun
The historical moment in time of a story
idiom Noun
A phrase that is understood to mean something
Literary Terms
Allusion
Metaphor
Simile
Symbol
statement that refers to something without mentioning it dire…
comparison between 2 things that are unrelated but have soemt…
simulairty between 2 different things by using like or as
someone or something that symbolizes something
Allusion
statement that refers to something without mentioning it dire…
Metaphor
comparison between 2 things that are unrelated but have soemt…
10 terms
figurative language
simile
metaphor
personification
onomatopoeia
A direct comparison of two things using like or as
A comparison of two things that are unrelated but share some…
giving a nonhuman object humanlike qualities
A word that imitates the natural sound of the thing being des…
simile
A direct comparison of two things using like or as
metaphor
A comparison of two things that are unrelated but share some…
Literary Terms
Metaphor
Simile
Alliteration
Onomotopeia
A comparison between two things that are unrelated but share…
A comparison of two things using like or as.
A series of words in a row (or close to a row) have the same…
A word formed by a sound. Example: BOOM! HONK!
Metaphor
A comparison between two things that are unrelated but share…
Simile
A comparison of two things using like or as.
Feb
Setting
Idiom
Mataphor
Onomatopoeia
N... Place & time in which a story takes place
N... Praise that means something other than what's implied
N... Comparison between to things unrelated w/o like it as
N... Sound word
Setting
N... Place & time in which a story takes place
Idiom
N... Praise that means something other than what's implied
20 terms
Shakespeare Vocab 2
Anon adverb
Aside noun
Calamity noun
Coherent adjective
Soon, shortly
Words spoken in a play for the audience to hear but not to be…
Disaster or great misfortune
Intelligible and articulate consistent
Anon adverb
Soon, shortly
Aside noun
Words spoken in a play for the audience to hear but not to be…
Vocab
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Noun... 1. The historical moment in time and the geographic loca…
Noun... 1. A phrase that is understood to mean something quite d…
Noun... 1. A comparison between two things that are unrelated (…
Noun... 1. The formation of a word from a sound ... Swoosh
Setting
Noun... 1. The historical moment in time and the geographic loca…
Idiom
Noun... 1. A phrase that is understood to mean something quite d…
15 terms
Poetry Terms
Onomatopoeia
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Words that spell out sounds; words that sound like what they…
A comparison between two usually unrelated things using the w…
The comparison of two things WITHOUT using the words "like" o…
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas, or…
Onomatopoeia
Words that spell out sounds; words that sound like what they…
Simile
A comparison between two usually unrelated things using the w…
Vocabulary 2-1
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
The historical moment in time and the geographic location in…
A phrase that is understood to mean something quite different…
A comparison between two things that are unrelated (not using…
The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is…
Setting
The historical moment in time and the geographic location in…
Idiom
A phrase that is understood to mean something quite different…
Literary Terms Part II
Suspense
Narrator
Setting
Paraphrase
noun - a sense of excitement, tension, dread, or fear about w…
noun - character who tells the story; can be the author or a…
noun - time and place (when and where) story takes place
verb -to retell something in your own words
Suspense
noun - a sense of excitement, tension, dread, or fear about w…
Narrator
noun - character who tells the story; can be the author or a…
Vocab week 23
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Noun... The historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Noun... A comparison between two things that are unrelated not u…
Noun... The formation of a word from the sound associated with w…
Setting
Noun... The historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Idiom
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Week 24
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Noun the historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Noun a phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Noun a comparison between two things that are unrelated not u…
Noun the formation of a word from a sound associated with wha…
Setting
Noun the historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Idiom
Noun a phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Week 24
Setting Noun
Idiom Noun
Metaphor Noun
Onomatopoeia Noun
The historicl moment in time and the geographic... location in…
A phrase that is understood to mean something ... quite differen…
A comparison between two things that are ... unrelated (not usin…
The formation of a word from a sound ... associated with what is…
Setting Noun
The historicl moment in time and the geographic... location in…
Idiom Noun
A phrase that is understood to mean something ... quite differen…
Week 20 vocab
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Noun... The historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Noun... A comparison between two things that are unrelated (not…
Noun... The formation of a word from a sound associated with wha…
Setting
Noun... The historical moment in time and the geographic locatio…
Idiom
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
5 terms
parts of speech
simile
onomatopoeia
hyperbole
juxtaposition
comparing 2 unrelated things that have something in common us…
words that sound like what they describe
exaggerating for effect
contrasting 2 things to emphasize their differences
simile
comparing 2 unrelated things that have something in common us…
onomatopoeia
words that sound like what they describe
Literary terms
Similes
Metaphors
Hyperbole
Personification
Comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
An implied comparison that does not use the words like or as.…
An exaggeration for the sake of emphasis, not to be taken lit…
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas, or…
Similes
Comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
Metaphors
An implied comparison that does not use the words like or as.…
fig language
simile
metaphor
personification
hyperbole
Figure of speech makes comparison showing similarities betwee…
Figure of speech makes hidden comparison between 2 things tha…
Fig of speech where thing, an idea or animal gets human attri…
Fig of speech that's an exaggeration of ideas for sake of emp…
simile
Figure of speech makes comparison showing similarities betwee…
metaphor
Figure of speech makes hidden comparison between 2 things tha…
21 terms
Parts of Speech
common noun
proper noun
concrete noun
abstract noun
a noun describing a person, place, or thing
a name used for an individual person, place, or organization,…
names a thing that you can see, hear, smell, taste, or touch
names an idea, a quality, a feeling or a characteristic
common noun
a noun describing a person, place, or thing
proper noun
a name used for an individual person, place, or organization,…
Figurative language Vocab
similes
metaphors
hyperbole
Personification
comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
an implied comparison that does not use the words like or as.…
an exaggeration for the sake of emphasis, not to be taken lit…
giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas, or…
similes
comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
metaphors
an implied comparison that does not use the words like or as.…
English 2 h 1st quiz
Garland ... "fuzzy"
Suppliant ... "extensive"
Contingency
Dispel
decoration of leaves ... noun
Prays Humbly ... noun
uncertain ... noun
Make something disappear ... verd
Garland ... "fuzzy"
decoration of leaves ... noun
Suppliant ... "extensive"
Prays Humbly ... noun
5 Figurative Language Terms
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
makes comparison showing similarities between 2 different thi…
makes implied or hidden comparison between 2 things that are…
thing, idea or animal gets human attributes so we feel they h…
exaggeration of ideas for emphasis; an unreal exaggeration to…
Simile
makes comparison showing similarities between 2 different thi…
Metaphor
makes implied or hidden comparison between 2 things that are…
5 terms
ELA- Vocab for quiz
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Makes comparison showing similarities between 2 different thi…
Makes hidden comparison between 2 things that are unrelated b…
Thing idea or animal gets human attributes so we feel they ha…
An unreal exaggeration to emphasize real situation w/humorous…
Simile
Makes comparison showing similarities between 2 different thi…
Metaphor
Makes hidden comparison between 2 things that are unrelated b…
10 terms
English Unit 1 Literary Terms
Similes
Metaphore
Hyperbole
Personification
Comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
Implied comparison that does not use the words like or as
An exaggeration for the sake of emphasis; not to be taken lit…
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas, or…
Similes
Comparison between two unrelated nouns that have something in…
Metaphore
Implied comparison that does not use the words like or as
15 terms
Poetic Terms
Rhyme
Rhythm
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
when words have the same sound
A strong, regular, repeated pattern of sound.
repetition of beginning consonant sounds in two or more sylla…
when words sound like what they are
Rhyme
when words have the same sound
Rhythm
A strong, regular, repeated pattern of sound.
Critical Nouns of the Common Core
Argument
Conclusion
Evidence
Theme
A reason or set of reasons that something is true
Making up your mind based on evidence
Knowledge on which to base a belief;Facts or information help…
A unified idea carried through text; the universal idea that…
Argument
A reason or set of reasons that something is true
Conclusion
Making up your mind based on evidence
literary terms
simile
imagery
metaphor
personification
comparisons between two unrelated and dissimilar things using…
is where the author uses word and phrases to create mental im…
is an implied comparison is made between two unlike things th…
is one of the most commonly used and recognized literary devi…
simile
comparisons between two unrelated and dissimilar things using…
imagery
is where the author uses word and phrases to create mental im…
7 terms
literary terms
simile
imagery
metaphor
personification
comparisons between two unrelated and dissimilar things using…
is where the author uses word and phrases to create mental im…
is an implied comparison is made between two unlike things th…
is one of the most commonly used and recognized literary devi…
simile
comparisons between two unrelated and dissimilar things using…
imagery
is where the author uses word and phrases to create mental im…
16 terms
LA Test
Alliteration
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
The repeating of beginning consonant sounds in a group of wor…
An expression that means something different from what it say…
A comparison between 2 seemingly unrelated things does not us…
A word whose sound suggests its meaning... NOUN
Alliteration
The repeating of beginning consonant sounds in a group of wor…
Idiom
An expression that means something different from what it say…
Writing Terms
Metaphor
Simile
Adjective
Common Noun
A driect comparison between two things
A comparison between two unlike things using the word like or…
A word used to describe the noun
An everyday noun for common objects
Metaphor
A driect comparison between two things
Simile
A comparison between two unlike things using the word like or…
Justin's poetry words
poetry
rhyme
imagery
onomatopoeia
Writing arranged to create an emotional response through mean…
Repetition of sounds at the ends of words
a concrete detail that appeals to any of the reader's senses…
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
poetry
Writing arranged to create an emotional response through mean…
rhyme
Repetition of sounds at the ends of words
Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Alliteration
Comparison between 2 unlike things that have something in com…
Comparison between 2 unlike things that have something in com…
Giving human qualities to non-living things
Repetition of initial consonant sounds in neighboring words
Simile
Comparison between 2 unlike things that have something in com…
Metaphor
Comparison between 2 unlike things that have something in com…
Language Arts week 22
Setting
Idiom
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Noun... Historical moment in time and the geographic location in…
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
Noun... Comparison between two things that are unrelated
The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is…
Setting
Noun... Historical moment in time and the geographic location in…
Idiom
Noun... A phrase that is understood to mean something quite diff…
27 terms
Grade 7 Unit 1 Vocabulary
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
idioms
comparison between two things using words such as like, as, t…
comparison between two things without using words such as lik…
an exaggeration used for effect
word combinations which have a different meaning than the lit…
simile
comparison between two things using words such as like, as, t…
metaphor
comparison between two things without using words such as lik…
Figurative Language and Grammar
metaphor
simile
personification
alliteration
makes a comparison between two unrelated objects or ideas; do…
makes a comparison showing similarities between two different…
when an object, idea, or animal is given human characteristics
when a number of words in a line begin with the same consonan…
metaphor
makes a comparison between two unrelated objects or ideas; do…
simile
makes a comparison showing similarities between two different…
20 terms
September Review
common noun
proper noun
verb
adverb
a person, place, thing, or "big idea" like hope, freedom, or…
a particular person, place, or thing that must be capitalized
a word that shows action; can be changed to show tense (when…
a word that describes a verb; answers how, when, where, to wh…
common noun
a person, place, thing, or "big idea" like hope, freedom, or…
proper noun
a particular person, place, or thing that must be capitalized
Poetry Terms Grades 4
Stanza
rhythm
repetition
Line length
Like a paragraph but in poem. A group of two or more lines.
the beats of a poem--series of stressed and unstressed syllab…
to repeat something over and over.... to repeat something ove…
how long the lines in a poem are
Stanza
Like a paragraph but in poem. A group of two or more lines.
rhythm
the beats of a poem--series of stressed and unstressed syllab…
38 terms
Review
Simile
Personification
Metaphor
Hyperbole
(símil) comparing two unlike things using words such as "like…
..., A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given…
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
( hipérbole) exaggeration
Simile
(símil) comparing two unlike things using words such as "like…
Personification
..., A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given…
12 terms
I hate Everything
Alliteration
Allusion
Assonance
Hyperbole
repetition of letters at the beginning of words - forced fun…
A reference to something well-known - Ramon Rodriguez
repetition of vowel sounds, basically like rhyming - school i…
exaggeration - The Leelanau School is average
Alliteration
repetition of letters at the beginning of words - forced fun…
Allusion
A reference to something well-known - Ramon Rodriguez
15 terms
Collection 2 English 7
objective summary of "Sorry, Wrong Num…
rhyme scheme
simile
simile example
Mrs. Elbert Stevenson was a sick woman confined to her bed. S…
pattern of end rhymes in a poem... assign a letter from the alph…
comparison between two unlike things using the words like or as
He ate like a wolf
objective summary of "Sorry, Wrong Num…
Mrs. Elbert Stevenson was a sick woman confined to her bed. S…
rhyme scheme
pattern of end rhymes in a poem... assign a letter from the alph…
16 terms
Literary Devices
Alliteration
Allusion
Euphemism
Hyperbole
When neighbouring words in a text have repeated sounds at the…
an indirect reference within a text to a personal noun of his…
Explaining something, or replacing a rude word, with somethin…
An exaggeration or overemphasis of a phrase or statement
Alliteration
When neighbouring words in a text have repeated sounds at the…
Allusion
an indirect reference within a text to a personal noun of his…
Poetry Vocabulary Stubblefield
Rhyme scheme
Internal rhyme
onomatopoeia
Capital letters
The pattern of rhyme that comes at the end of each verse or l…
Metrical lines in which its (beats at the) middle words and i…
which imitates the natural sounds of a thing
Capitalizing the first letter of each beginning word in a lin…
Rhyme scheme
The pattern of rhyme that comes at the end of each verse or l…
Internal rhyme
Metrical lines in which its (beats at the) middle words and i…
8 terms
vocab week 2
Simile
metaphor
hyperbole
personification
A direct comparison showing similarities using two different…
A hidden comparison between two things that are unrelated but…
To exaggerate for emphasis
When an idea or animal is given human characteristics
Simile
A direct comparison showing similarities using two different…
metaphor
A hidden comparison between two things that are unrelated but…
23 terms
AP english vocab #3
anthimeria
aporia
aposiopesis
apostrophe
using one part of speech as another part of speech
logical paradox where speaker sows seeds of doubt in a subject
speaker/ writer breaks of abruptly and leaves statement incom…
writer of speaker detaches self from reality and addresses an…
anthimeria
using one part of speech as another part of speech
aporia
logical paradox where speaker sows seeds of doubt in a subject
26 terms
Language Arts Collection 4: Eleven, What Do Fish Have to Do with Anything? A Voice, Words like Freedom
Rattle
Raggedy
Alley
Invisible
Making a short, fast, knocking sound as it moves.
Something that is worn out, torn, or frayed
A narrow street or passage behind city buildings
Something you cannot see
Rattle
Making a short, fast, knocking sound as it moves.
Raggedy
Something that is worn out, torn, or frayed
nouns (English)
nouns
common nouns
proper nouns
compound nouns
words that name people, places, things, or ideas
for ordinary, common things that are around us. not always ca…
for titles and names people, places, days, months. they *alwa…
where two nouns are added together to name something else. ma…
nouns
words that name people, places, things, or ideas
common nouns
for ordinary, common things that are around us. not always ca…
19 terms
MAP Vocabulary - Language Terms
antonym
root word or base word
synonym
simile
the opposite
The base word you start with before adding prefixes or suffixes
The same
A comparison using "like" or "as"
antonym
the opposite
root word or base word
The base word you start with before adding prefixes or suffixes
16 terms
F.L. Review
Imagery
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Language that appeals to the senses
A figure of speech which involves a comparison of 2 things us…
A figure of speech with an implied comparison between 2 thing…
Gives the qualities of a person to something that is not a pe…
Imagery
Language that appeals to the senses
Simile
A figure of speech which involves a comparison of 2 things us…
Unit 3 Vocabulary-Part 2
metaphor
personification
figurative language
analogy
A figure of speech in which something is described as though…
Is a type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject…
Is writing or speech that is not meant to be taken literally.…
Makes a comparison between two or more things that are simila…
metaphor
A figure of speech in which something is described as though…
personification
Is a type of figurative language in which a nonhuman subject…
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