”Winter Night”

”Winter Night”
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by: Blanca Rios-snow

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  • “Send it twirling, whirling overhead.” This does not mean that the wind was dancing around this means that the wind was blowing everywhere. The figurative language would be personification. (the real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF.)
  • ”Creak!”
  • ”There´s a bedroom in a tree". This does mean there is literally a bed in a tree. This may mean that a animals home is in the tree. (The real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF.)
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  • ”The squirrel nests in his cozy bed”. This does not mean that a squirrel is on a bed this means that a squirrel is staying in their den away from the cold weather. The figurative language would be hyperbole.   ( the real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF)
  • “tap, tap, tap”
  • ”Make the branches creak!” Does not literally mean that the branches said creak. This means that the branches made the sound creak. The figurative language would be Onomatopoeia. (the real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF)
  •  “Call, wind, call” This does not really mean that the wind was trying to call for someone.  This just means that the wind was blowing everywhere. The figurative language would be personification. ( the real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF)
  • “tap, tap, tap!“ Does not mean that the wind was literally taping on the window. This means that the wind was blowing across your window. The figurative language would onomatopeia and personification. (the real illustration should be on the 2nd PDF)
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