Welcome to your Figurative Language/Expressions(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A deliberate exaggeration aimed at laying emphasis is referred to asmetaphorsynecdochehyperboleeuphemism2. A figure of speech in which affirmative is expressed by the negation of the opposite.litoteseuphemismoxymoronmetaphor3. 'Who can prevent the morning sun from rising?'The above is an example ofquestion tagsynecdocherhetoric questionparaplesis4. A gun in the first act of a play………. that someone might get shot in a following act in the play.personnificationforeshadowsprologueflashbacks5. A verbal expression in which words or sounds are arranged in a particular way to achieve a particular effect.imageryjustificationironymetaphor6. A figure of speech that makes use of understatement to achieve a positive effect is calledparadoxmetaphoreuphemismlitotes7. 'The road is broad like daylight'The above expression is an example ofsimilepunsatiresarcasm8. Translating "Mr. Reese is a big baby" as "Mr. Reese is immature and whiny" is the……….. meaningfigurativesimilecreativeliteral9. ………….. are words or phrases, the meaning of which cannot be taken literally, used for comparison, emphasis, clarity or freshness in writing.literary devicecarpe diemsensory chatfigures of speech10. 'I have been saved by the cross of Calvary'The above is an example ofmetonymysynecdocheoxymoronhyperbole11. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: Nigeria is a country that flows with milk and honey.alliterationassonanceallusionmetaphor12. 'He is so brilliant that he scores zero in all his continuous assessments'The above is an example ofpuneuphemismcontrastsarcasm13. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: I would never leave my wife in a million years.metaphorhyperbolepersonificationsimile14. 'We will keep our fingers crossed'The above is an example ofanalogyeuphemismsynecdochemetonymy15. which figure of speech is dominant in the following sentence?Her inner dragon breathed fire as she gave her speech.milliacesmeiosismetaphormetonymy16. Choose which figure of speech appears in this sentence:The flowers danced as the sun appeared in the sky.exaggerationhyperbolepersonnificationmetaphor17. A figure of speech that means the exact opposite of what is said is referred to asironyoxymoronpersonificationeuphemism18. 'Ola has a bitter sweet relationship with her uncle'The above is an example ofmyosiseuphemismoxymoronsynecdoche19. A figure of speech that states an unpleasant fact in a pleasant way is referred to asmetaphorpersonificationeuphemismhyperbole20. 'The drink is as bitter as gall'The above is an example ofsimileironyoxymoronmetaphor21 out of 20Time is Up!