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Read every sentence carefully. Write “hyperbole” in the blank, if the sentence includes a hyperbole. Create “none” in the blank, if that does not have actually one.

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Determine the an interpretation of each underlined idiom. Select the ideal meaning.

Category: Reading: literary works Craft and Structure literal meaning vs. Nonliteral Language


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Read every sentence carefully. Include a hyperbole to make each sentence interesting and also exaggerated.

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Write the idiom. Show the literal definition of the idiom, then define the nonliteral an interpretation of the idiom.

Category: Reading: literary works Craft and also Structure literal meaning vs. Nonliteral Language


Rewrite each sentence without the metaphor to display what girlfriend think it actually means.

Category: Reading: literary works Craft and also Structure literal meaning vs. Nonliteral Language


Read each sentence carefully. One the idea, object, or pet being personified. Underline the words that show personification.

Category: Reading: literature Craft and also Structure literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Determine whether each sentence below is a simile or a metaphor.Write S because that simile or M because that metaphor. Then, underline the words that are being compared.

Category: Reading: literature Craft and also Structure literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Add a simile to the each sentence to do it more descriptive and also clear.

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