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Figurative Language - Apostrophe Figurative Language - Apostrophe Presentation Transcript

  • APOSTROPHE
    FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
  • To speak to a dead or absent person or to an inanimate object or abstract idea.
    Not to get a response, but to express emotions.
    What is Apostrophe?
  • Bright Star, how I wish I were as steadfast as though art!
    Hello darkness, my old friend. I’ve come to talk to you again.
    Blue Moon, you saw me standing alone
    Without a dream in my heart
    Without a love of my own
    Apostrophe Examples
  • Roll on blue ocean
    Oh, Death, be not proud!
    Busy old fool, unruly sun, Who dost thou call on us?
    Why don’t you ever work, you stupid computer!
    Apostrophe Examples