Grammar : Figurative Language Quiz

*Theme/Title: Figurative Language
* Description/Instructions
A simile compares one thing to another using like or as. (Her eyes are as blue as the sky.)
A metaphor is an implied comparison between two things that doesn’t use like or as. (The class was a pack of wild animals that day.)
An idiom is an expression that means something different than what the words mean literally. (It was raining cats and dogs.)
Select the type of figurative language for each sentence.

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Topic: Grammar

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