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Figuratively Speaking - Using Metaphors, Similes, Personification, and Hyperbole

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Figurative language can be used to add details to sentences, clarify a point, or to enhance your writing. Using the examples provided for similes, metaphors, personification, and hyperbole, your students will complete each of the sentences with each type of figurative language twice.