Depicting Literary Terms

Depicting Literary Terms
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  • This poor baby is as blue as the sky should've been.
  • Simile
  • Umm... We don't need to go outside to have fun...
  • I *hiccup* WANNA GO *hiccup* OUTSI-I-IIIDE~!
  • Metaphor
  • Umm...
  • WHAT DO YOU MEAN "What?" ?! YOUR ROOM IS THE AFTERMATH OF A TORNADO!!!
  • What?
  • Hyperbole
  • What tea do you want this time?
  • { ~ Herbal Tea ~ }
  • It's impossible to choose: Honey Chamomile or Honey Lemon Ginger?
  • A simile is a comparison of two things using the words "like" or "as".
  • Personification
  • A metaphor is a comparison of two things essentially different but with some commonalities. The phrase should not use "like" or "as".
  • Humor
  • Rosco! What are y'all doin' in here?! And how'd y'all even get in?!
  • Dang, Gina! At least say hello. You'on gotta be all rude...
  • A hyperbole is a purposeful exaggeration for emphasis or humor --stretching the truth.
  • Onomatopoeia
  • Please make me a famous NBA star in my next life.
  • Personification is a literary device that shows human qualities attributed to animals, objects, or ideas.
  • The room fell sound asleep with the child.
  • Humor is the quality of a literacy or informative work that makes the character and/or situations seem funny, amusing. or ludicrous.
  • Onomatopoeia is the use words that imitate sounds.
  • Sorry about that everyone.
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