Chuck and a fish
'The problem is unimportant.'
Walk and cat
Cindy was stubborn.
Brian wouldn't allow the balls passed him; he returned them.
Tammy ate a large amount.
'Michael tells stories that are not true
My voice sounds very strange
Ms. Barber is a very kind person
The meaning of this metaphor: Cindy was such a mule. We couldnít get her to change her mind.
The figurative language device used here: The sun winked at me through the clouds.
The meaning of this metaphor: Brian was a wall, bouncing every tennis ball back over the net.
The figurative language device used here: My sister's room is a pig pen.
The meaning of this idiom ' Michael is full of bologna'
Is this personifiction: 'Oreo: Milk's favorite cookie.'
Is this personifiction: The bear walked alone by the river.
The term that meas 'Words that sound alike'
The term that means 'exageration' 'larger than life'
The meaning of this idiom 'Break a leg.'
The figurative language device used here: My refrigerator is running well since we had it fixed.
The figurative language device used here: I love mashing melting marshmellows.
The figurative language device used here: Her feet are as cold as ice!
The meaning of this metaphor: We would have had more pizza to eat if Tammy hadnít been such a hog.
The meaning of this idiom 'That problem is small potatoes.'
The meaning of this idiom ' I have a frog in my throat'
The term that means 'the repetition of sounds at the beginning of the words'
Is this personifiction: Time waits for no one.
The itmes being compared: She walks as gracefully and elegantly as a cat.
The meaning of this idiom ' Ms. Barber has a heart of gold'
The items being compared: Chuck was flopping like a fish on a line.
Is this personifiction: The car was working fine.
The term that means 'an expression in which the words used do not represent the meaning of the expression.'
Is this personifiction: The boy fought like a bear.
The term that means ďa comparison between two or more things that doesn't use the words like or as.'