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Figurative Language Quizzes & Trivia

This one is for all of the poets out there. Just kidding, all of us have used this type of communication at one point or another throughout our lives. It’s probably true, though, that most of us have used this when we’ve been in love, Figurative language is an integral part of our personalities though and without it we would find it incredibly hard to express our feelings in an artistic manner.

So, check out these samples from our figurative language trivia: An extended metaphor is metaphor that is continued over what? Personification is the attribution of a personal nature or character to what? Hyperbole is a figure of speech which uses an extravagant or exaggerated statement to express what? Find out more only with our figurative language trivia.
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    _________ is a comparison figurative piece of language that uses 'like' or 'as'.

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    A figure of speech that uses "like" or "as" to compare to dissimilar things is called:



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    “Her face is like a sunbeam,” is an example of what type of figurative language?

This is a figurative language the topics we will be covering in class. You will be asked to identify as well as interpret similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration, and onomatopoeia. Good Luck, we know you'll do...

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    A type of figurative language that compares one thing to another thing using the words "like" or "as" is called a ______________________________.

Take a figurative language quiz to test your knowledge of the simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, and irony.

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    Scenario: After taking the test, you walk out of the room complaining about how badly you scored because you didn't feel like you studied hard enough.  You blame both the test and the teacher because of you score.  Your teacher looks at you and says, "Well, looks like you tried your best on that one."  Which of the following does this scenario best represent?
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Figurative Language Questions & Answers


What type of figurative language is the following example? 'Her face is like a sunbeam.'
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 sunbeam. Another example is "The baby is as strong as a w
What is the following sentence an example of? My sister's room is a pig pen.
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 statement, it isa metapho
What are the six types of figurative language that we have learned and create an example for each?
There are many types of figurative language that can be found in literature. These include onomatopoeia, metaphors, similes, personification, hyperboles and idioms. Onomatopoeia are the sound words you hear in literature. These words contain the mean
What type of figurative language is this? The basketball swooshed into the basket and the crowd roared.
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 named. Example of this the word "swooshed" in
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