Figurative Language


Definition- Similes is a figurative speech exaggerating what you mean using 'like' or 'as' unlike metaphors.

Example- As sharp as a pencil.


Definition- A metaphor is a word or phrase comparing without using 'like' or'as' unlike a simile.

Example- Life is a journey.


Definition- An idiom is a word or phrase which means something different from it's literal meaning. Idioms are common phrase's or terms whose is changed, but can be understood by their popular use.


Meaning- repeating a identical sound or similar sounds at the beginning of words.

Example- In the month of May mad, mega monkey met my media mum messaging me with my media method.


Meaning- A hyperbole is a extreme exaggeration used to make a point.

Example- I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.


Meaning- Onomatopoeia is a sound that sound's like it's meaning

Example- Splash! or Bang!


Meaning- giving human qualities or actions to a non human thing.

Example- The tree waved bye to me.

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Figurative Language- Personification
The Duck Song
The Gummy Bear Song - Long English Version