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IV. Read the following poem. Underline four phrases that include figurative language.

Then write what


type it is next to the phrase.

MY LIFE IS A DREAM

My life is a dream,
like a tiger waking
up from her deep sleep.
My life is like
a dream,
it's all
up
to
me,
the trees
are
purple,
the
stars
talk
away
the night,
the
moaning moon
lights
up the sky

V. Choose the correct type of figurative language for each sentence. Write only the letter of answer
on the blank provided.

_____1. The kitten is as soft as silk.


A.idiom
B. personification
C. onomatopoeia
D. simile

_____2. Nick's head exploded when he heard the bad news!

"Head exploded" is an example of a/an

A. simile
B. onomatopoeia
C. idiom
D. alliteration
_____3. Silly Sally sings sixty songs on Sunday.

A. alliteration
B. idiom
C. cliché
D. pun

_____4. The bees were busy buzzing.

"Buzzing" is an example of a/an

A. hyperbole
B. onomatopoeia
C. cliché
D. idiom

_____5.When a clock is hungry, it goes back four seconds.

A. pun
B. simile
C. onomatopoeia
D. alliteration
VI . TRUE OR FALSE

Write T if the statement is TRUE, write F if otherwise. Write your answer on the space provided.

_____ 1. Narrative paragraph tells a story or an event.


_____ 2. The story or events in narrative paragraph should not be arranged chronologically.
_____ 3. A good narrative paragraph normally requires three necessary components: background
information, story or event and conclusion.
_____4. The background information sets for the audience.
_____5.Using narrative paragraphs in your essays cannot grab your reader and make your writing
boring.
VII. Below are the events that happened in the story “ The Lottery”. Number each illustration (1-6) in
their correct order. Write your answer below each illustration.

THE LOTTERY
-Ma’am Tin