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Figurative Language

Quiz by Denise Cuthill

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  • Q1
    What two things are being compared in this simile - The spilled syrup is as sticky as glue.
    spills and glue
    syrup and sticky
    glue and sticky
    syrup and glue
    30s
  • Q2
    What two things are compared in this simile - Natalie has a smile as sweet as sugar.
    smile and sugar
    the smile and sweetness
    Natalie and sugar
    Natalie and her smile
    30s
  • Q3
    Select the sentence that uses figurative language: 1) There are a million stars in the sky. 2) We could see the Milky Way. 3) The stars glow like candles in the sky.
    The stars glow like candles in the sky.
    We could see the Milky Way.
    There are a million stars in the sky.
    30s
  • Q4
    What two things are being compared in this simile? Gabriell's internet connection was as fast as lightening.
    Gabrielle and lightning
    the internet and lightning.
    the internet and lightning.
    the internet connection and Gabriell.
    30s
  • Q5
    Select the sentence that uses figurative language. 1) The boy was so excited he was bouncing like a super bouncing ball. 2) The boy was excited. 3) The boy was full of energy.
    The boy was so excited he was bouncing like a super bouncing ball,
    The boy was excited.
    The boy was full of energy.
    30s

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