AdverbsA word thatdescribes averb
OnomatopoeiaWords thatimitatesounds.
SimilesCompares somethingwith another using‘as’ or ‘like’.
PersonificationGiving humancharacteristics tonon-living objects.
TensesPast orpresentwords
AlliterationSounds similar atthe beginning ofmost words in yoursentence.
PrepositionsWords thatspecify place,direction andtime.
ConjunctionsJoinsentencestogether
MetaphorsWords to describehow somethingresembles another.
HyperboleOver-exaggeration ofyour actions.
IronySaying theopposite of whatyou meant.
RhymeSounding thesame at the endof yoursentences.
Rhyme
Sounding thesame at the endof yoursentences.
Adverbs
A word thatdescribes averb
Onomatopoeia
Words thatimitatesounds.
Prepositions
Words thatspecify place,direction andtime.
Conjunctions
Joinssentencestogether
Tenses
Past orpresentwords
Metaphors
Words to describehow somethingresembles another.
Similes
Compares somethingwith another using‘as’ or ‘like’.
Personification
Giving humancharacteristics tonon-living objects.
Alliteration
Sounds similar atthe beginning ofmost words in yoursentence.
Hyperbole
Over-exaggeration ofyour actions.
Irony
Saying theopposite of whatyou meant.
Jack and Jill                   Five little ducks went out to playWent up the hill                Over the hill and far aw...
CalmlyQuickly             PainfullyQuietly             MysteriouslySlowly              WonderfullyPatiently           Nois...
Meow         Caw, cawSlurp                                    Honk                 Woof         NeighGulp                 ...
As crazy as a loonAs fast as a race car                                              As calm as a pond                 Sim...
Personification
However          Therefore          So          ButConjunctions           Because           So that           Alas   and, ...
# His head was spinning with ideas.You are the sunshine of my life                                   # Her home was a pris...
by                            on             since           underaboard                         despite                  ...
Ate                SwamSlept              PlayedThought            SangRan                RangHid                PlannedSm...
Mississippi got lost in the misty, mucky, muddy land of mud.Mille’s magic muffins moved magically.Mille made magic marshma...
My brother’s so fat, when he hops on the scales it says “One at a time, please!”   Hyperbole     My brother’s so short, th...
Is it ironic that...... The worlds largest ice cream cone is made by a factory called Tiny Dairies                        ...
My Language Resources Sentences   My Language Resources Sentences           Name:                                         ...
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  1. 1. AdverbsA word thatdescribes averb
  2. 2. OnomatopoeiaWords thatimitatesounds.
  3. 3. SimilesCompares somethingwith another using‘as’ or ‘like’.
  4. 4. PersonificationGiving humancharacteristics tonon-living objects.
  5. 5. TensesPast orpresentwords
  6. 6. AlliterationSounds similar atthe beginning ofmost words in yoursentence.
  7. 7. PrepositionsWords thatspecify place,direction andtime.
  8. 8. ConjunctionsJoinsentencestogether
  9. 9. MetaphorsWords to describehow somethingresembles another.
  10. 10. HyperboleOver-exaggeration ofyour actions.
  11. 11. IronySaying theopposite of whatyou meant.
  12. 12. RhymeSounding thesame at the endof yoursentences.
  13. 13. Rhyme
  14. 14. Sounding thesame at the endof yoursentences.
  15. 15. Adverbs
  16. 16. A word thatdescribes averb
  17. 17. Onomatopoeia
  18. 18. Words thatimitatesounds.
  19. 19. Prepositions
  20. 20. Words thatspecify place,direction andtime.
  21. 21. Conjunctions
  22. 22. Joinssentencestogether
  23. 23. Tenses
  24. 24. Past orpresentwords
  25. 25. Metaphors
  26. 26. Words to describehow somethingresembles another.
  27. 27. Similes
  28. 28. Compares somethingwith another using‘as’ or ‘like’.
  29. 29. Personification
  30. 30. Giving humancharacteristics tonon-living objects.
  31. 31. Alliteration
  32. 32. Sounds similar atthe beginning ofmost words in yoursentence.
  33. 33. Hyperbole
  34. 34. Over-exaggeration ofyour actions.
  35. 35. Irony
  36. 36. Saying theopposite of whatyou meant.
  37. 37. Jack and Jill Five little ducks went out to playWent up the hill Over the hill and far awayTo fetch a pail of water. The mother duck said Quack, Quack, quack, quackJack fell down And four little ducks came waddling backAnd broke his crownAnd Jill came tumbling after. Little Bo peep has lost her sheep And doesnt know where to find them. Rhyme Leave them alone and theyll come home,Jack be nimble Bringing their tails behind them.Jack be quickJack jump overThe candlestick.Old King Cole was a merry old soul, and a merry old soul was he;He called for his pipe in the middle of the nightAnd he called for his fiddlers three. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock
  38. 38. CalmlyQuickly PainfullyQuietly MysteriouslySlowly WonderfullyPatiently NoisilySilently InconspicuouslyHappily ConspicuouslyNeatly SpitefullyTremendously AdverbsAbruptlyBadlyHurriedlyRapidlyViciouslyUnknowingly The killer dog viciously and badly bit some of the mysterious leg off wish his razor sharp teeth.The well disguised detective, Sherlock Holmes, slowly and mysteriously followed the huge footprints to the end ofthe murky street.
  39. 39. Meow Caw, cawSlurp Honk Woof NeighGulp Gong Moo hee hawBurp Brrrp Baaa tweetPfft Hum Ssss oink OnomatopoeiaAchoo glug Braaaaak Slap Pop “Boom!” Crack drip “Crash!” Boing rrrr “Bang!” Snap chug “Clang!” Crackle beep
  40. 40. As crazy as a loonAs fast as a race car As calm as a pond Similes Like a ballerinaAs bright as a new pin As deaf as a post
  41. 41. Personification
  42. 42. However Therefore So ButConjunctions Because So that Alas and, but, for, or, nor, yet, and so
  43. 43. # His head was spinning with ideas.You are the sunshine of my life # Her home was a prison. # She has a heart of gold. The world is my oyster # It is raining cats and dogs. # You had better pull your socks up. Keep your eyes peeled. # The noise is music to her ears. # You light up my life with your presence. # My memory is a little cloudy about that incident. # Keep your eyes peeled. # Take a moment to digest the info. # A rainbow of flavors. Metaphors
  44. 44. by on since underaboard despite onto than unlike below inabout down out through until beneath insideabove during outside throughout up beside intoacross for over till upon between likeafter from past to with beyond nearagainst regarding toward within ofalong round without off Prepositionsamidamongaroundasatatopbeforebehind Shall I buy tickets for/to the concert. The Sahara is one of the most remote parts of/in the world. There are two sides to/for/of every story. The dog was picked up off/from the street. She put her hands over/on her eyes. I was with two aunts on/from my mothers side.A word that shows therelationship between a noun orpronoun and other words in a http://www.buzzle.com/articles/examples-of-prepositions.htmlsentence.
  45. 45. Ate SwamSlept PlayedThought SangRan RangHid PlannedSmelt Stopped TensesWrote SteppedBought ShippedShone HoppedGrew CuppedBlew ShiftedFlew SwungDrew RodeDrawnLivedKnittedKnewBegan
  46. 46. Mississippi got lost in the misty, mucky, muddy land of mud.Mille’s magic muffins moved magically.Mille made magic marshmallow muffins. Alliteration She sells sea shells on the sea shore.
  47. 47. My brother’s so fat, when he hops on the scales it says “One at a time, please!” Hyperbole My brother’s so short, that half a garden gnome is like a giant to him! I’m so tired, I could sleep for a year! You’re so ugly, every time I look at you, my eyes pop out! Your momma is so old, she farts out dust! My Aunty’s so fat, it takes two trains and a bus to get on her good side. My sister uses so much make-up, she leaves a colour trail when she walks! Your mama is so fat, when she puts on a red dress, everyone thinks the warehouse is moving! Your Mum is so dumb, she got locked in the supermarket and died of starvation! Your Mum is so dumb, she tripped over a cordless phone! My dog is so ugly, we have to pay the fleas to live on him! It’s so cold, chickens are running to KFC to use the deep-fryer! My Aunty’s so fat, when she puts on her yellow dress, everyone yells out “TAXI!” My Aunty is so hairy, it looks she’s got Bob Marley in a headlock! My teacher’s so old, she showed us a year book from 1500BC! My Aunt’s so fat, the elephants throw peanuts at her! The town I live in is so isolated, it makes ghost towns look popular!Your mum must have been a thief because she stole the stars and put them in your eyes! Your mama is so fat, when she jumps in the pacific ocean she says “Look, I’m in the kiddies pool!”
  48. 48. Is it ironic that...... The worlds largest ice cream cone is made by a factory called Tiny Dairies Is it ironic that... ... You move your wedding inside because its going to rain, and a pipe bursts "Gentlemen, you cant fight in here! This is the War Room." It was ironic that the fire station burned down. Irony i hate tomatoes but love ketchup.people who eat like The unsinkable shiphorses and look like ‘Titanic’ sunk on its maidensticks voyage.An ambulance driver rushes to the scene of an accident, only torun the victim over, because the victim crawled into the middle ofthe street in the darkness of night. The song “Ironic” by Alanis a lifeguard who doesnt know how to swim Morrisette contained no Three kinds of irony are commonly recognized: examples of irony.Verbal irony - which the intended meaning of a statement differs from the meaning that the words appear to express. Fish can get seasick. Situational ironyinvolves an incongruity between what is expected or intended and what actually occurs. a dog is mistaken for a catDramatic irony is an effect produced by anarrative in which the audience knows more about a tomato costs more present or future circumstances than a character in the story. money than ketchup does.
  49. 49. My Language Resources Sentences My Language Resources Sentences Name: Name:Rhyme RhymeSimile SimileConjunction ConjunctionTense TenseMetaphor MetaphorPrepositions PrepositionsIrony IronyAlliteration AlliterationPersonification PersonificationAdverb AdverbHyperbole HyperboleOnomatopoeia Onomatopoeia
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