Figurative Language 101

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1.  _________________________ is a name given to literary devices that are not meant to be interpreted literally; they are meant to be interpreted imaginatively.
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2.  Her feet are as cold as ice!This is an example of which type of figurative language?
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3.  A figure of speech that compares two unlike things by stating that one is the other is called
4.  Figurative language is used to create vivid pictures in the reader's mind in order to make reading more emotionally intense.
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5.  A figure of speech that uses like or as to compare to dissimilar things is called
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6.  Sally sells seashells by the seashore.This is an example of
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7.  My sister's room is a pig pen.This is an example of
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8.  Sounds words such as BANG, BAM and BOING are examples of
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9.  Repetition of the first consonant in several of the words in the same phrase is called
10.  When Spongebob talks, the writers are using a type of figurative language called
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11.  A metaphor uses the words like or as to make a comparison of two different objects.
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12.  The wind is blowing the leaves.This is an example of
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13.  The type of figurative language that has a special meaning that is different from the actual meaning of the words is called
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14.  Figurative language is used to state ideas in new and unusual ways in order to satisfy the reader's imagination.
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15.  A metaphor does not use the words like or as to make comparisons.
16.  My refrigerator is running well since we had it fixed.This is an example of
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17.  When a figure of speech gives human qualities to a nonhuman subject ______________ is being used.
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18.  I love mashing melting marshmellows.This is an example of
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19.  Mr. test maker man expects me to know the ins and outs of figurative language before I can go to 6th grade.
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20.  Choose three of the six types of figurative language that we have learned and create an example for each. Do not use an example that is given on this test. If you choose to copy an example you will not be given credit.
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