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Figurative Language
Speed Match Review Game

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Chuck and a fish
Metaphor
'The problem is unimportant.'
Walk and cat
Simile
Cindy was stubborn.
NONE
Rhyme
Brian wouldn't allow the balls passed him; he returned them.
No
Tammy ate a large amount.
Idiom
'Michael tells stories that are not true
No
Yes
Alliteration
Personification
No
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Metaphor
My voice sounds very strange
'Good luck!'
Yes
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.'

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The term that means ďa comparison between two or more things that doesn't use the words like or as.'Metaphor
The term that meas 'Words that sound alike'Rhyme
The term that means 'an expression in which the words used do not represent the meaning of the expression.'Idiom
The term that means 'the repetition of sounds at the beginning of the words'Alliteration
The term that means 'exageration' 'larger than life'Hyperbole
The meaning of this idiom 'Break a leg.''Good luck!'
The meaning of this idiom ' Ms. Barber has a heart of gold'Ms. Barber is a very kind person
The meaning of this idiom ' Michael is full of bologna''Michael tells stories that are not true
The meaning of this idiom 'That problem is small potatoes.' 'The problem is unimportant.'
The meaning of this idiom ' I have a frog in my throat'My voice sounds very strange
The figurative language device used here: Her feet are as cold as ice!Simile
The figurative language device used here: My sister's room is a pig pen.Metaphor
The figurative language device used here: The sun winked at me through the clouds.Personification
The figurative language device used here: I love mashing melting marshmellows.Alliteration
The figurative language device used here: My refrigerator is running well since we had it fixed.NONE
The meaning of this metaphor: Brian was a wall, bouncing every tennis ball back over the net.Brian wouldn't allow the balls passed him; he returned them.
The meaning of this metaphor: We would have had more pizza to eat if Tammy hadnít been such a hog.Tammy ate a large amount.
The meaning of this metaphor: Cindy was such a mule. We couldnít get her to change her mind.Cindy was stubborn.
The items being compared: Chuck was flopping like a fish on a line.Chuck and a fish
The itmes being compared: She walks as gracefully and elegantly as a cat.Walk and cat
Is this personifiction: The boy fought like a bear.No
Is this personifiction: 'Oreo: Milk's favorite cookie.'Yes
Is this personifiction: Time waits for no one.Yes
Is this personifiction: The car was working fine.No
Is this personifiction: The bear walked alone by the river.No