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Figurative Language Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Matz Lewis Clark, College student
Answered: Jul 18, 2019
The correct answer to this question is C, Simile. Similes compare two things to each other by using the words like or as. The sentence provided uses the word like to compare her face to a...Read More

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C. Perez, Writer
Answered: Aug 01, 2019
The correct answer to this question is B, Personification. This figure of speech gives animals, ideas, or objects human qualities. These qualities can include emotions, guestures, the ability to...Read More

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Kelly
Answered: Nov 20, 2017
This is a metaphor, not a simile. Similes use "like" or "as" in the comparison, and since this statement reads, "My sister's room is a pig pen," which uses neither like nor as in the comparative...Read More

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There are many different types of figurative language that is often used in various pieces of literature. Most often, you would see figurative language in poetry. Figurative language is the use...Read More

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Carice Snow, Motivator
Answered: May 22, 2019
The correct answer is option D – Onomatopoeia The type of figurative language in this sentence is onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia is the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is...Read More

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K. Myers, Blogger
Answered: Feb 01, 2019
It is no doubt that the correct answer is letter A. Hyperbole is a figure of speech that shows emphasis on something through extreme exaggeration. In the given sentence, the speaker is saying...Read More

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J. Goodman, Web Content Writer
Answered: Aug 08, 2018
The answer to this is D. “As the angels sing an old Hank Williams song, time marches on.” It should be remembered that allusion refers to the PROPER name of the character. All of the...Read More

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Tai Ayem
Answered: Oct 05, 2017

It's Metaphore not simile coz it showing the sound repeteadly

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John Adney
Answered: Oct 04, 2017

This example ortype of figurative language is called a simile.

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Madjane
Answered: May 28, 2020
Simile

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Ihenosen
Answered: Feb 18, 2020

It is not a simile, It is a metaphor because it is comparing to things without using like or as.

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John Adney
Answered: Apr 25, 2017
Simile, because it uses the word as; and the definition of simile is comparing two things using the words like or as.

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Nasheetarahman
Answered: Dec 15, 2019
It is a metaphor because simile uses like or as, and this phrase doesn't use like or as. Also, a metaphor compares things without like or as, and this phrase is comparing the room to a pig pen...Read More

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