a
e’s
H
e!!
re
t

I can
’t bel
ieve
they
TIED
THE
KNO
T!

She’s as free
as a bird.

Flowers are
to the
garden as Coach Yea...
Figurative language is used
to create a special effect
or feeling. It is
characterized by language
that compares, exaggera...
is the repetition of consonant sounds
at the beginning of words.

• Smiling Sara
sweetly sang
songs in the
street
Go is to
Green
as
Red is
to Stop

• An analogy is a
point-by-point
comparison of two
unlike things or
ideas that are
simil...
is a commonly used phrase that
means something different
from the literal meaning of the
words.

That
He’s walking fight i...
• Similes are
used to compare
two unlike
things using
like or as.
Coach
Yeager
is as
wise
as an
owl.
Don’t use
He’s a a
like or
s when th
ey
work
compare 2
horse! things.
Marley
is an
angel!
is a figure of speech in
which human qualities are
given to an object, animal,
or
The idea.
The wind
played
hide and
seek ...
Words that sound the
way they are spelled.

Zing!
• An extreme exaggeration.
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    1. 1. a e’s H e!! re t I can ’t bel ieve they TIED THE KNO T! She’s as free as a bird. Flowers are to the garden as Coach Yeager books are to English 1
    2. 2. Figurative language is used to create a special effect or feeling. It is characterized by language that compares, exaggerates, or means something other than Alliteration, analogy, idioms, what it first appears to similes, metaphors, mean. personification, onomatopoeia,
    3. 3. is the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words. • Smiling Sara sweetly sang songs in the street
    4. 4. Go is to Green as Red is to Stop • An analogy is a point-by-point comparison of two unlike things or ideas that are similar in the RELATIONSHIP.
    5. 5. is a commonly used phrase that means something different from the literal meaning of the words. That He’s walking fight is around with a water under chip on his the shoulder. bridge.
    6. 6. • Similes are used to compare two unlike things using like or as. Coach Yeager is as wise as an owl.
    7. 7. Don’t use He’s a a like or s when th ey work compare 2 horse! things. Marley is an angel!
    8. 8. is a figure of speech in which human qualities are given to an object, animal, or The idea. The wind played hide and seek with the The flowers begged for water! howled all night.
    9. 9. Words that sound the way they are spelled. Zing!
    10. 10. • An extreme exaggeration.

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