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Figure of speech meaning of poem like the molave?
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When and where did quezon deliver the speech grow and be like a molave?
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A part of speech -- there are eight -- defines the classification of a word. For example, run is a verb, house is a noun and so forth. A figure of speech is a phrase used for emphasis which is not real. For example, 'you eat like a horse' doesn't mean that the person eats standing on all fours with chin in trough munching on oats. That figure of speech means that the person consumes more than average amounts of food. So a figure of speech is not a part of speech in the sense implied by your question. Another answer: 'Figure of speech' is a noun phrase.