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The Great Outdoors

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BC: By: Sam Banks

FC: Similes and Metaphors! | A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things using like of as and a metaphor is when you compare two things without using like or as.

1: The boy ran as fast as a cheetah. | This is a simile!

2: metaphor | Metaphor | metaphor | Her eyes shone like the moon.

3: Simile | Simile | The man could eat like a crocodile. | Simile

4: Her Hair was like a lion's mane. | This is a metaphor

5: That's a simile. | The sword cut through the bamboo like butter.

6: Life can be a roller coaster. That is a metaphor.

7: That's All for now. | Thanks for watching.

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  • By: Sam B.
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  • Title: The Great Outdoors
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  • Published: about 7 years ago