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Fourth Grade Figurative Language

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simile and metaphor are literary traits that are used to ____________ unlike thing

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simile and metaphor are literary traits that are used to ____________ unlike thing


What is compare?


Words that are used to appeal to the five senses

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Words that are used to appeal to the five senses


What is imagery?


Literary images are enhanced by the use of

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Literary images are enhanced by the use of


What is figurative language?


"It's raining cats and dogs" is an example of this type of figurative language.

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"It's raining cats and dogs" is an example of this type of figurative language.


What is an idiom?


"Snap, crackle, pop" and "crash, bang, boom" are examples of this type of figurative language.

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"Snap, crackle, pop" and "crash, bang, boom" are examples of this type of figurative language.


What is onomatopoeia?


This type of letter is used at the beginning of a sequence of words to create alliteration

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This type of letter is used at the beginning of a sequence of words to create alliteration


What is a consonant?


A comparison between unlike things that does not use like or as

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A comparison between unlike things that does not use like or as


What is a metaphor?


A comparison of two unlike things using like or as

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A comparison of two unlike things using like or as


What is a simile?


"When a clock is hungry it goes back four seconds" and "What did the toy store sign say? Don't feed the animals. They are already stuffed," is an example of this type of figurative language.

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"When a clock is hungry it goes back four seconds" and "What did the toy store sign say? Don't feed the animals. They are already stuffed," is an example of this type of figurative language.


What is a pun?


“Betty bought butter but the butter was bitter, so Betty bought better butter to make the bitter butter better,” is an example of this type of figurative language. 

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“Betty bought butter but the butter was bitter, so Betty bought better butter to make the bitter butter better,” is an example of this type of figurative language. 


What is alliteration?


A deliberate confusion of similar words and phrases

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A deliberate confusion of similar words and phrases


What is a pun?


An expression that means something other than the literal translation of the words

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An expression that means something other than the literal translation of the words


What is an idiom?


An important element of hyperbole

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An important element of hyperbole


What is exaggeration?


The phrase" killing time" and "the rain kissed my cheeks, while the wind whispered in my ear", are examples of this type of figurative language.

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The phrase" killing time" and "the rain kissed my cheeks, while the wind whispered in my ear", are examples of this type of figurative language.


What is personification?


“Poetry is old, ancient, goes back far. It is among the oldest of living things. So old it is that no man knows how and why the first poems came", is an example of figurative language that repeats a vowel sounds.
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“Poetry is old, ancient, goes back far. It is among the oldest of living things. So old it is that no man knows how and why the first poems came", is an example of figurative language that repeats a vowel sounds.

What is assonance?


Giving human characteristics to objects or nonliving things

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Giving human characteristics to objects or nonliving things


What is personification?


Words that look like they sound

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Words that look like they sound


What is onomatopoeia?


Assonance always uses this type of letter.

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Assonance always uses this type of letter.


What is a vowel?


"Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled  peppers" and other tongue twisters are examples of this type of figurative language.

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"Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled  peppers" and other tongue twisters are examples of this type of figurative language.


What is alliteration?


"Chocolate chip cookies, gooey chocolate mess, sticky brown swirls of soft crumbs, crispy outside, so chewey within...." is an example of this type of figurative language.

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"Chocolate chip cookies, gooey chocolate mess, sticky brown swirls of soft crumbs, crispy outside, so chewey within...." is an example of this type of figurative language.


What is imagery?


A vowel sound that is repeated internally in a word or phrase

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A vowel sound that is repeated internally in a word or phrase


What is assonance?


The use of exaggeration

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The use of exaggeration


What is hyperbole?


"My backpack weighs a ton," and "I've been waiting forever," are examples of this type of figurative language.

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"My backpack weighs a ton," and "I've been waiting forever," are examples of this type of figurative language.


What is hyperbole?


"He's a giant" and "A heart of stone" and other phrases that compare two unlike things, transferring the meaning of one word to another, are examples of this type of figurative language.  

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"He's a giant" and "A heart of stone" and other phrases that compare two unlike things, transferring the meaning of one word to another, are examples of this type of figurative language.  


What is a metaphor?


“The sun played hide and seek with the clouds”  and “opportunity knocked at the door” are examples of this type of figurative language.

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“The sun played hide and seek with the clouds”  and “opportunity knocked at the door” are examples of this type of figurative language.


What is personification?


This uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation, exaggerations, comparisons, sounds, and images in poetry, as well as fiction and nonfiction writing.




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This uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation, exaggerations, comparisons, sounds, and images in poetry, as well as fiction and nonfiction writing.


What is figurative language?





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