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. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: The house where the old woman lives is as quiet as a graveyard.personnificationmetaphormetaphorsimile2. 'Betty butter bought some butter but she said the butter is bitter'The above is an example ofrepetitionconsonancealliterationassonance3. 'Who can prevent the morning sun from rising?'The above is an example ofrhetoric questionquestion tagsynecdocheparaplesis4. 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.exaggerationlitoteshyperbolesimile5. 'The road is broad like daylight'The above expression is an example ofsatiresimilepunsarcasm6. 'The drink is as bitter as gall'The above is an example ofironymetaphoroxymoronsimile7. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: I am so hungry I could eat the whole world.alliterationmetaphorpersonificationhyperbole8. 'He is so brilliant that he scores zero in all his continuous assessments'The above is an example ofcontrasteuphemismsarcasmpun9. 'She was stung by a million bees'The above is an example ofoxymoronchiasmushyperboleirony10. Translating "Mr. Reese is a big baby" as "Mr. Reese is immature and whiny" is the……….. meaningcreativesimileliteralfigurative11. A figure of speech that uses something closely related to a person or thing to describe that person or thing is referred to asmetonymysynecdocheparadoxeuphemism12. 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.allusionallterationantidotesassonance13. 'Nelly passed away two weeks ago'The above is an example ofconsonanceoxymoronantithesiseuphemism14. A figure of speech in which affirmative is expressed by the negation of the opposite.metaphoroxymoroneuphemismlitotes15. 'I stood there, talking in front of the whole world'The above is an example ofeuphemismhyperboleonomatopoeiaconsonance16. A deliberate exaggeration aimed at laying emphasis is referred to asmetaphorsynecdochehyperboleeuphemism17. Identify the figures of speech as used for expression in the following: Keep the kettle in the kitchen.alliterationlitotesmetaphoroxymoron18. We ……….. how to install the programs on the computer earlier. Now, We understand how to do itfigure outfiguring outfigure outedfigured out19. A figure of speech that seeks to address an absent person, thing or object is calledmyosisoxymoronapostropheepiphora20. Choose which figure of speech appears in this sentence:Her smile shone as brightly as the full moon.exaggerationmetaphorsimilezeugma21 out of 20Time is Up!