Figurative Language Power Point

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Figurative
Language
Terms to
know
• “It pricks like a
thorn.”
• “You are as
sweet as pie.”
• Do you ever
feel like a
plastic bag?
• “It is the east, & Juliet is the sun.”
• Your room is a pigsty.
• Baby you’re a firework!
• “The grey eyed
morn smiles on the
frowning night"
• The waffle jumped
up out of the
toaster.
• The wind hissed.
• The Prince warns of
the future
consequences of
starting anymore
trouble in the city
streets: “Your lives
shall pay the forfeit
of the peace"
• Tone in news articles: objective.
• Tone in “The Office”: humorous,
mocking, sarcastic, etc.
•“O, loving hate!”
•“Parting is such sweet
sorrow.”
•Jumbo Shrimp
Juliet: Or, if thou
wilt not, be but
sworn my love, and
I'll no longer be a
Capulet.
Romeo (Aside) :
Shall I hear more, or
shall I speak at
this?
Juliet: 'Tis but thy
name that is my
enemy. Thou art
thyself, though not a
Montague…"
• Romeo’s
monologue
(Act 2
scene 2,
lines 1-26)
• Juliet’s
monologue
(Act 3
scene 2,
lines 1-37)
• “The brightness
of her cheek
would shame
those stars”
• It’s raining cats
and dogs!
• I’m so hungry I
could eat a horse.
• “You have
dancing shoes /
With nimble
soles; I have a
soul of lead”
• The best way to
communicate
with a fish is to
drop it a line.
• From forth the
fatal loins of these
two foes
• Rudolph the RedNosed Reindeer
• Peter Piper picked
a peck of pickled
peppers.
Two households, both alike in
dignity, in fair Verona where
we lay our SCENE
From ancient grudge break to
new mutiny where civil blood
makes civil hands UNCLEAN
From forth the fatal loins of
these two foes a pair of starcrossed lovers take their LIFE
Whose misadventured piteous
o'erthrow do with their deaths
bury their parents' STRIFE
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