Kasie and Rex picked up where they’d left off with literary devices.
Last week we worked personification and anthropomorphism. So this week we’re going to go through the list until we run out of time: Simile and Metaphor. We’ll work these two together like they do in English classes.
What is a simile? A simile is a phrase or comparison to describe something. They’re spotted when you see the word “like” or “as” to create the comparison.
Metaphors, on the other hand, are figures of speech that describe something through comparison without using “like” or “as.”
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