23/03/2020Figurative 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. 'Ola has a bitter sweet relationship with her uncle'The above is an example of synecdoche euphemism myosis oxymoron2. 'She was stung by a million bees'The above is an example of oxymoron chiasmus hyperbole irony3. 'I have been saved by the cross of Calvary'The above is an example of synecdoche metonymy oxymoron hyperbole4. 'I will keep an eye on him"The above is an example of metaphor euphemism hyperbole synecdoche5. 'She is a lion on the field'The above is an example of metaphor sarcasm irony simile6. A deliberate exaggeration aimed at laying emphasis is referred to as euphemism synecdoche metaphor hyperbole7. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: Nigeria our country is as beautiful as a damsel. simile personnification metaphor zeugma8. We ……….. how to install the programs on the computer earlier. Now, We understand how to do it figure outed figuring out figure out figured out9. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: The entire world came down on me when I failed to make it for the show. simile litotes hyperbole exaggeration10. ' He banged the door loudly;The above statement is an example of onomatopoeia hyperbole oxymoron metaphor11. 'Shally comes home like a thief in the night'The above is an example of emphasis simile metaphor oxymoron12. 'Betty butter bought some butter but she said the butter is bitter'The above is an example of assonance repetition consonance alliteration13. 'We will keep our fingers crossed'The above is an example of synecdoche euphemism metonymy analogy14. A….. is a figure of speech that uses "like" or "as" to make a direct comparison between two unlike ideas. simile euphemism personnification metaphor15. 'Can't someone sleep in peace?'The above expression is an example of myosis zeugma rhetoric question diplosis16. 'Oh God! What kind of a life is this?The above expression is an example of metonymy paradox rhetorical question oxymoron17. ………….. are words or phrases, the meaning of which cannot be taken literally, used for comparison, emphasis, clarity or freshness in writing. figures of speech literary device carpe diem sensory chat18. 'He is so brilliant that he scores zero in all his continuous assessments'The above is an example of pun euphemism contrast sarcasm19. 'Today is a good bad day' The above is an example of metaphor antithesis simile oxymoron20. The two types of language found in poetry and other written works are: creative and prose figurative and literal figurative and creative literal and analysis21 out of 20Time is Up!