Figurative LanguageAuthor: Stidham Stephanie
Description: Match the figurative language term with its definition.
Keywords: Figurative Language, Poetic Devices, Simile, Metaphor, Personification, , online teaching
2. Sensory Details
0. mimicks a sound
1. When what you say is different than what you mean.
2. a comparison of two unlike objects without using like or as
3. Giving an object human-like qualities
4. Using sensory details
5. Repeating consonants at the beginning of a word.
6. extreme exaggeration
7. using a concrete object to represent an abstract thought.
8. repeating the same vowel sounds
9. Sight Sound Smell Taste and Touch
10. The emotional feeling of a work.
11. A well-known phrase, common knowledge.
12. a comparison of two unlike objects using the words like or as
13. The message or main idea of a work.
14. a word that is the same forwards and backwards
15. giving a hint of what is to come.