The Figurative Language Kingdom

The Figurative Language Kingdom
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  • It is a simile, because Remus is comparing two unlike things with like or as.
  • Those Elves are as fast as lightning! I can't believe we got away!
  • Don't worry, Remus! Oh, and by the way, your similes are flattering! Let's go find some Elves!
  • It is a metaphor because Remus is saying that two unlike things are each other.
  • Those Elves are ghosts! Always disappearing...
  • Nice metaphor! We're close, see how the trees dance! Elves are nearby!
  • Fenrir used personification, because he gave trees a human trait- dancing.
  • Fenrir? Where are you!? I thought your personification was funny by the way... Trees don't dance! I got your figurative language! Fenrir?
  • I could stay in this gargantuan tree! I think that was a hyperbole! ha!
  • A hyperbole is an extreme exaggeration.
  • Remus used repetition, because he kept saying "an elf" over and over.
  • Yes, I am. Now you must leave the elven forest. You are not allowed here! Oh, and that was a lot of repetition, wolf.
  • You... You're an elf! An elf! An elf! YOU'RE an ELF!
  • Who's yelling help?
  • CRACK!
  • And that lightning knows its onomatopoeia!
  • HELP!
  • The Cracking sound of lightning is onomatopoeia
  • I'll get out of these ropes, and join my brother soon! This elf is a feind favoring in flawlessly figuring out how to make wolves angry!
  • TO BE CONTINUED...
  • What lovely imagery you have! I'm afraid Fenrir here was a danger to the elves.
  • It's cold and humid in here! I smell elf, a very foresty smell!
  • And he also has wondrous alliteration!
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