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  • 1. Use of similes as one of the humor categories
  • 2. ? What is simileA simile is a figure of speech in which youcompare two unlike items, usually using the ."word "like" or "asThe unlikeness of the items usually gives a .sense of enjoyment and humor
  • 3. Let‘s make it more funnyThe Use of similes coupled with funnypictures can provide students withpositive associations and they will be.more likely to remember information
  • 4. .
  • 5. . Hungry as a bear
  • 6. Weak as a kitten
  • 7. Strong as an ox
  • 8. .Stubborn as a mule
  • 9. .Old as the hills
  • 10. Busy as a bee
  • 11. Quiet as a mouse
  • 12. Light as a feather
  • 13. Happy as a clam
  • 14. Cute as a button
  • 15. Thank you so much for listening prepared and presented by Roqya mustapha Black pearl group

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