23/03/2020 Figurative Language/Expressions(Study by Topics Junior Class) 0Comments by Gate Academy Welcome to your Figurative Language/Expressions(Study by Topics Junior Class) NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. The figure of speech that places two opposite or contradicting words side by side is calledoxymoroneuphemismparadoxhyperbole2. What figure of speech did the author use in the following sentence? The story in the newspaper reminded me of the biblical story of Cain and Abel.allusionallterationantidotesassonance3. A figure of speech that uses sounds to suggest the meaning of words is calledhyperboleeuphemismonomatopoeiazeugma4. "I can see two hands dancing for pieces of silver'The above expression is an example ofoxymoronsynecdochepersonificationmetonymy5. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: I am so hungry I could eat the whole world.metaphorpersonificationalliterationhyperbole6. Translating "Mr. Reese is a big baby" as "Mr. Reese is immature and whiny" is the……….. meaningsimilefigurativecreativeliteral7. 'He is no dullard in this field'The above expression is an example oflitotesironypunparadox8. 'She is a lion on the field'The above is an example ofmetaphorironysarcasmsimile9. Choose which figure of speech appears in this sentence:The flowers danced as the sun appeared in the sky.hyperboleexaggerationmetaphorpersonnification10. 'I have been saved by the cross of Calvary'The above is an example ofsynecdocheoxymoronmetonymyhyperbole11. A figure of speech that which asks a question that requires no answer is calledcircumlocutionrhetorical questionchiasmusquestion tags12. A deliberate exaggeration aimed at laying emphasis is referred to aseuphemismmetaphorsynecdochehyperbole13. A………. is a figure of speech in which something is described as though it were something else. It works by pointing out a similarity between two unlike thingssimilepersonnificationmetaphormeiosis14. A figure of speech that represents a whole thing with its parts is calledmetonymyeuphemismsynecdochehyperbole15. ' He banged the door loudly;The above statement is an example ofmetaphorhyperboleoxymorononomatopoeia16. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: Throughout the journey, the tree kept waving at me.personnificationoxymoronhyperbolesimile17. 'I stood there, talking in front of the whole world'The above is an example ofhyperboleeuphemismconsonanceonomatopoeia18. A figure of speech that makes use of understatement to achieve a positive effect is calledeuphemismparadoxlitotesmetaphor19. A gun in the first act of a play………. that someone might get shot in a following act in the play.flashbacksprologuepersonnificationforeshadows20. A figure of speech in which affirmative is expressed by the negation of the opposite.litotesmetaphoreuphemismoxymoron21 out of 20Time is Up!