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Review – 9-Week Grammar test
Review – 9-Week Grammar test - presentation

ellena-man

Review – 9-Week Grammar test PHRASES 1. Please pick up the keys on the table. on the table— adj 2. They decided to watch a movie . to watch a movie—infinitive 3. The glasses are on the shelf.

A lesson in reading between the lines…
A lesson in reading between the lines… - presentation

lindy-duni

Metaphor. Metaphor is a . figure of speech . in which an . comparison . is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common. . Unlike simile, you don't use "like" or "as" in the comparison. .

A lesson in reading between the lines…
A lesson in reading between the lines… - presentation

marina-yar

Metaphor. Metaphor is a . figure of speech . in . which . a . comparison . is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common. . Unlike simile, you don't use "like" or "as" in the comparison. .

Different cultures, different metaphors
Different cultures, different metaphors - presentation

luanne-sto

. Intra-group differences in the experiences of . Māori. George Ann Gregory, Ph.D. .. University of Maryland University College. Central New Mexico Community College. Jeanette King, Ph.D. .. University of Canterbury.

Metaphors
Metaphors - presentation

olivia-mor

A poetic introduction. Metaphor. Metaphors . are comparisons that show how two . different things are . similar . in one . important way (e.g. the moon and a ball are both round).. Writers . use metaphors to help them describe something more clearly and in a more original way. .

Simile and Metaphor What is a Simile and Metaphor?
Simile and Metaphor What is a Simile and Metaphor? - presentation

tawny-fly

Simile- COMPARES 2 things using LIKE or AS. Example: Your smile is like the sun. . Metaphor- COMPARES 2 things . WITHOUT using like or as . Example: You are the apple of my eye. . Simile. or . Metaphor.

Lit Terms #1
Lit Terms #1 - presentation

danika-pri

Practice. Connotation/Denotation . examples. What does each set of words actually mean? What connotation does each word portray?. 1. Inquisitive. , Interested, Curious, Convivial. Inquisitive can mean that someone asks too many questions..

English 11B
English 11B - presentation

danika-pri

Mrs. Edmiston. S.I.F.T.T.. S.I.F.T. is an acronym for . S. : Symbols. I: Images. F: Figurative Language. T: . Tone. T: Theme. sift. S. Symbol: A thing that represents something beyond itself. For example, the U.S. Flag symbolizes/represents freedom. In literature, a symbol has more than one layer of meaning. .

Rhetoric
Rhetoric - presentation

test

Part II. Metaphor. Metaphor compares two different things in a figurative sense. Unlike in a simile, the word “like” is not used in metaphor . Example:. Truths are first clouds, then rain, then harvest and food. .

Agenda
Agenda - presentation

liane-varn

10/3. Review Vocabulary. Vocabulary Quiz. Literary Term Notes – . Biography, Autobiography, Extended Metaphor. Read “A Battle with Mr. Covey” and answer questions. Extended metaphor activity. Concur.

Metaphors Metaphors are a ray of sunshine in your writing!
Metaphors Metaphors are a ray of sunshine in your writing! - presentation

olivia-mor

What is a metaphor?. A metaphor is a LOT like a simile. So, what is the difference?. A metaphor . does not. use . LIKE. or . AS. to make comparisons. But they still compare…. So, what does a metaphor look like?.

My Papa’s Waltz
My Papa’s Waltz - presentation

cheryl-pis

- . By Theodore Roethke. Presentation by: Kylie Love, Erin Wolff, and Zoe Zimmerman. . Thesis. In his poem “My Papa’s Waltz”, Theodore Roethke, through the use of metaphor, rhyme scheme, and paradoxical diction, argues that while abuse causes pain and suffering, along with the fear comes admiration of the abuser. .

Conceptualisations
Conceptualisations - presentation

natalia-si

of TIME . in British and Romanian . business press. Teodora . Popescu. This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation, CNCS – UEFISCDI, project number PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4-2785..

The Art of English
The Art of English - presentation

sherrill-n

E 301 A. Dr. . Antar. . Abdellah. Chapter One. The Art of Everyday . Introduction . This chapter looks at an argument. :. . certain kinds of linguistic creativity . traditionally associated with (repetition, metaphor, rhyme and rhythm..etc) are a .

Annunciation, Incarnation and Help
Annunciation, Incarnation and Help - presentation

kittie-lec

(Angels, Jesus, and Doula’s for All). Faith & Theology. Faith. The experience/encounter.. Mystical in nature.. E.g. A voice, a picture, . a knowing.. Theology. Our attempt to explain the encounter..

From just Plain Jane, to Wild and Insane!
From just Plain Jane, to Wild and Insane! - presentation

tatyana-ad

Adding Descriptive/Figurative Language . Key #1: . Figurative Language . -- Simile . Simile. : A . simile . is a figure of speech that uses . like . or . as. . to make a direct comparison between two .

FIGURATIVE
FIGURATIVE - presentation

celsa-spra

LANGUAGE. An”image” is “a word or sequence of words that . refers to any sensory experience”. Imagery & Figurative Language. Figurative language uses figures of speech to convey unique images and create some sort of special effect or impression..

Dr  Paraskevi
Dr Paraskevi - presentation

min-jolico

. thomou. University of . crete. . Metonymy within metaphor: evidence from the Modern Greek Language. Metaphor. . B is A. target domain source domain. . (. Lakoff. 1993, Croft and Cruse 2004, Grady 2007, .

Satire Terminology
Satire Terminology - presentation

stefany-ba

The Language of Our Course. IRONY. a discord between expectation and result. (situational irony) a situation that is deliberately opposite of one’s expectation. Examples:. Drop a plate, it shatters, “Nice move.”.

Poetry
Poetry - presentation

faustina-d

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” ~Robert Frost. Poetic. . Devices. The Sounds of Poetry. Onomatopoeia. When a word’s pronunciation imitates its sound..

Extension of meanings
Extension of meanings - presentation

myesha-tic

Extension of meanings Umnia Jamal 1. Literal and non-literal meaning Jane’s eyes nearly popped out of her head. Jane was very surprised 1.1 The reading of a word with the earliest recorded use Dictionaries

LITERARY DEVICES AND TECHNIQUES
LITERARY DEVICES AND TECHNIQUES - presentation

aaron

D. efinitions for Review Table. plot. exposition. rising action. climax. falling action. denouement. simile. metaphor . analogy . personification. onomatopoeia . dead metaphor. implied metaphor . mixed metaphor.

Miss L. Hamilton
Miss L. Hamilton - presentation

stefany-ba

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014. Year 10 . Term 3 – English Language 3b Unit. Lesson 5. LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?. Literary terms: . onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation.

Miss L. Hamilton
Miss L. Hamilton - presentation

myesha-tic

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014. Year 10 . Term 3 – English Language 3b Unit. Lesson 8. LQ: Am I able to plan effectively for my controlled assessment? . Literary terms: . onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation.

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