Simile Personification Hyperbole Metaphor Idiom
100
True or False: This is a simile.
"I'm so hungry I could eat a cow!"
False.
100
True or False: This is personification.
I was so hungry my stomach started making noises.
False.
100
True or False: This is a hyperbole.
"She ran faster than lightning strikes!"
True.
100
True or False: This is a metaphor.
He ran as fast as the lightning!
False
100
True or False: This is an idiom.
There's a chip on his shoulder!
True
200
Simile or Metaphor:
"She was as fast as lightning!"
Simile.
200
What is being personified?
"The calculator told me my answer was wrong"
The calculator.
200
True or False:
A hyperbole doesn't overemphasize the truth.
False.
200
Simile or Metaphor?
Life is a highway.
Metaphor.
200
What does it mean to have cold feet?
Someone is very nervous.
300
True or False:
A simile is a direct comparison.
False.
300
True or False:
You can personify animals and objects.
True.
300
True or False: This is a hyperbole.
"The spoon was as shiny as a diamond"
False.
300
True or False:
A metaphor is a direct comparison.
True.
300
What does it mean if someone says "It's raining cats and dogs"?
It's raining really hard.
400
What two words does a simile normally use?
Like or As
400
True or False:
Personification is a form of exaggeration.
True.
400
What does this hyperbole mean?
"Time stood still"
Time was moving very slowly.
400
How many things does a metaphor compare?
Two
400
What does it mean to be "dressed to the nines"?
Someone who is dressed in very fashionable and attention-grabbing clothes or very fancy.
500
What is a simile?
A comparison of two things, often using like or as
500
What is personification?
Giving human traits to animals or objects.
500
What is a hyperbole?
An extreme exaggeration.
500
What is a metaphor?
A direct comparison
500
What is an idiom?
An expression without literal meaning




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