Figures of Speech

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Name ـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ Dateــــــــــــــــــــــــــ Activity 1: Simile and Metaphor

Decide whether the sentence contains a simile or a metaphor, and identify the two things being compared. Then change the simile into metaphor and vice versa:
1.The lake was a huge mirror in the moonlight.
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2.The dancer moved around the stage like a spinning top.
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3.I am the glue that holds us together.
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4.Our lawn is a green carpet from the fence to the street. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.The playground became a lake after the thunderous rain. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6. Mary frowned and said, “I believe that taking drugs is like playing with fire.” ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Activity 2: Alliteration
Underline the alliteration in these sentences.
1. Puny puma pit their skills against zebras.
2. Pretty Polly picked pears for preserves.
3. Handsome Harry hired hundreds of hippos for Hanukkah
Finish the following sentences with alliterative words.
1. Darcy’s daughters__________________________________________. 2. Pretty Pamela____________________________________________. 3. Silent students ____________________________________________. Activity 3: Personification

write the object being personified and the meaning of the personification. 1. The daffodils nodded their yellow heads at the...
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