Includes questions related the use of symbolic representation and the comparison of unlike things.
Includes questions related the use of symbolic representation and the comparison of unlike things.
As busy as a bee :))
'Twas a metaphor.
The storm was scary.
¨ “as the snow melts, mountain streams run full: so her white cheeks were wetted by these tears shed for her lord” (pg 360 lines 245-7).
Packed in like peas in a pod.
a metaphor and similie is when you are comparing two things but a similie uses like or as. a metaphor doesn't use like or as.
"You're the Top" from Anything Goes.
an alliteration for crisp snow is crunchy crisp snow or crispy crisp snow
The boy was as hard working as a worker bee
The Top 20 Figures</a> 1. Alliteration Repetition of an initial consonant sound. Eg. -"A moist young moon hung above the mist of a neighboring meadow." (Vladimir Nabokov, Conclusive Evidence) -"Guinness is good for you." (advertising slogan) -"Good men are gruff and grumpy, cranky, crabbed, and cross." (Clement Freud) -"My style is public negotiations for parity, rather than private negotiations for position." (Jesse Jackson) 2. Anaphora Repetition of the same word or phrase at the beginning… Read More
the house is like the rainbow
A metapore does not use the word like or as. Ex of a metaphor: the 4th grade is a roller coaster ride with many ups and downs. Ex. Of a simile: the 4th grade was like a roller coaster ride with many ups and downs. Hope this helps!
I felt so much pressure like a mento in a coke bottle. I was as pressures as a heavy coat put on my back. ... it depends which pressure you are using
Use AS or IS. For example: He`s as quick as a rabbit
it is a metaphor
The comparison is between fear and tidal wave.
the flu shot was as painful as a bee sting.
It is usually called the moral of the fable.
The difference is that personification gives inanimate objects or creatures human abilities and onomatopoeia is sound words like Thump, Bump, Crash, Boom!
His shirt is yellow like a chicken.
naturally by Selena Gomez! :p:p
the tree was swaying like wave
""baby your a fire work""
No, a simile
Yes, it is. Any sentence with a comparison using 'like' or 'as' is a simile.
i am like tom without jerry I am like: Mickey without Minnie Scooby without Shaggy Charlie Brown without Snoopy a dog without its master kid without a best friend puppy without a playmate flower without sunshine
a fierce, frightening tiger who will pounce on your prey when provoked.
Yes, 'the princess was dancing as beautifully as a cow'
i dont know buddy hahahahahahahahahha lo 0 ol 1-0
a similie is a better way of describing something !
Since a model T Ford is fast, if your grandpa gets out of gear like one it means he got out of the gear really fast.
No. The song "Titanium" by David Guetta actually has a metaphor. "You shoot me down, but I won't fall, I am titanium." A metaphor is a direct comparison of two unlike things. But a simile needs "like" or "as" to make the comparison. If Guetta had said "I'm like titanium," you would have simile.
The reason you love me like you do is because you are a woman.
The door creaked like an old man's bones after a long rest. The door creaked like the floor of an abandoned house. The door creaked like thin ice while a fat kid walks over it.
Gravy is like a Sauce
bieng quit is like being a silent ninja or raccoon
the frailty of the Apache Indians
As hard as a brick
Where comparison is shown means Presence of LIKE n As tells us about d simile
so it rhymes
as tiny as a grain of sand
one example is two things like or unlike
Sense 1: bring, get, convey, fetch Sense 2: hand over, fork over, fork out, fork up, turn in, render pass, hand, reach, pass on, turn over, give Sense 3: rescue, save, carry through, pull through, bring through Sense 4: extradite, deport expel, throw out, kick out Sense 5: render, return communicate, pass on, pass, pass along, put across Sense 6: utter, emit, let out, let loose Sense 7: , redeem, save Sense 8: , drive… Read More
Dry as a bone, in general, means that something is really, really dry. It is a figure of speech used to describe an item that could not be any drier.
i think its personification
No. Just having the word "like" or "as" doesn't make it a simile. You need to compare two things that are not the same-- and the example you gave does not do that. Here are two examples of similes: (1) Jack was as happy as a kid in a candy store. (2) Love is like a rose. Notice in both cases there is a comparison-- Jack is being compared to a kid in a candy… Read More
Juan Pablo's Spanish accent
well they are sad mad rad brad flow rider sagin josan and many more i love you bye bye xoxoxoxoxoxoxox
over the moon it is raining cats and dogs
Wing, fling, sing, ring, etc...
Simile- Volleyball is like a fire burning inside me that wants to get out. Metaphor- Volleyball is my life.
ye I use metaphor to wright paragraph
As warm as a scorching sun
A simile is a comparison of two things using the terms like or as. One might use this in there writing or speech for many reasons but most often either to improve a description or evoke an emotion. For instance I could say something like, "He wore an arrogant expression" But it might get my idea across better if I said, "He had a look like he already knew all the answers but just like… Read More
spinach is as green as a forest
nothing look it up lazy person
Which excerpt is a simile that indicates a thoughtful mood
the wind blows like
There isn't a direct comparison to men mentioned. The simile actually compares Scylla to a fisherman - which by proxy would make Odysseus' men the fish.
The fire was like the sun
A messy bedroom is like a traffic jam on a New York street.
as full as a tick
It has a metaphor, but not a simile. The whole theme of the song is a metaphor. Being stuck at a payphone, trying to reach her, but not having any money because he spent it on her is a metaphor for being stuck in the past, not able to reach her, and him being emotionally spent. A simile is a "like" or "as" comparison, and Payphone doesn't have a simile in the lyrics.
Figurative language that shows things as having the same meaning
On page 154 " He began to pace back and forth like an animal in a cage..." this is a simile you can use.
The furnace is deep within the house, and is a massive yet hidden presence; if a lover sighs like a furnace, that sigh would be thought to come from some deep inner wellspring of emotion.
"like" and "as"
They are all located between pages 67 and 106
it meen they are deep and meeningful! it could also be aplyed to someone sad and thoughtfull!
A rolling similepoem is a poem consisted of similesleading into each other, such as The sun is like the moon,both give light to the world. The moon is like cheese, holey surfaces cover both. Cheese... For a poem pattern use Ais like B, (both) ... B is like C...
Parables and allegories are similar. Allegories can be a story, play, or poem the events and characters in the story ect are used as symbols in order to express a moral, religious, or political idea. An allegory can long, a book. An example is 'Animal Farm' by George Orwell In contrast a parable is a simple story that usually illustrates a spiritual truth by putting something familiar alongside something unfamiliar. A parable helps people to… Read More
An online similes list can be found on Buzzle's website, or on Englishclub's website. They are very comprehensive lists that are useful for various assignments and projects.
Chaos, riot or unrest would be a few.
The moral of The Allegory of the Cave is people get used to seeing the same thing from one point of view and it becomes all they know of. However, when someone steps out and sees what they see from a different point of view they can't understand or accept it because what they have seen is all they know.
The figure of speech is the phrase "off your hands".
They are both comparing something or someone to something or someone else.
I'm like a bird
no most people say it is but its not because they just and like and as but its not.
as the sun
1) as soft as a feather 2) as soft as a cloud 3) as soft as fur 4) as soft as a smile 5) as soft as a pillow 6) as soft as velvet 7) as soft as silk Hope this helped!! :)
No, the word unfair is an adjective. A simile is a comparison; for example, Mrs. Jones is like a badger. If I were to say Mrs. Jones is unfair, that does not compare her to anything, it is just a description.
it means to be very stubborn. exp-my bro was as stubborn as a mule and refused to buy me stuff
assault, blitz, injury, invasion, offense, offensive, onset, onslaught, push, raid
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As strong as an ox.
No. A simile compares one thing to another. Therefore no one word by itself can be a simile and so the word "as" is not a simile. However the word "as" often forms part of a simile, for example: "he is as brave as a lion".
mourn, lament, sorrow, be sorrowful, cry, sob, weep, sadden, upset, distress, pain, hurt, wound, and/or break someone's heart some antonyms are to please and to rejoice
I think you mean synonym. A simile is a comparison using like or as. A synonym is two different words having the same meaning. but a synonym for round could be circular. a simile for round could be "The sun is as round as a basketball" Hope this helps!
like a surge of electricity through me
Yes. The Bible book of Revelations calls the resurrected lamb "Son of the right hand" which is pronounced BENJAMIN in Hebrew language.
A simile is a method of telling something using the word like or as. It has effect of creating an image in the readers mind. The word night brings to mind a dark and lonely setting.
Examples of Similes Similes can be found just about anywhere; from the printed word to oral conversation; in language, literature, and music. A simile is an analogy that compares two things that are alike in one way. To help you identify a simile, know that the words “like” or “as” are always used. Well-known similes are: “cute as a kitten,” comparing the way someone looks to the way a kitten looks “as busy as a… Read More
"The fire's anger could not be contained" is neither a metaphor, nor a simile. It is an example of personification.
as captivating as a the Mona Lisa
He was as green as a lime
yes, it depices how hungry a person could be and it means VERY hungry.
there is tons and tons of them there is no rule technaly it can be anything but it has to have something incomn if it does not then its not a good one are not even a simile at all for love, so get a brain,bye by the way im a girl.
You are as cheap as a hobo begging for money!