|A real mouse is maybe not so quiet?|
Sunday, November 29, 2015
How to use similie and metaphor in your writing
Similes and Metaphors really spice up your writing. These are ways that you can compare one thing to another in a very graphic and imaginative way. Yes there are some similes that are idioms now, "She is as quiet as a mouse." Or He runs as fast as a horse." But with some practice, you can make up your own and make your writing very interesting!
Here is a worksheet that I have used in class. http://www.education.com/download/worksheet/107309/simile-and-metaphor.pdf
After you have done this worksheet, write your own similes and metaphors here:
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