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language of speech

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figurative language the language of poetry ;the language that paints a picture in your mind using figures of speech.
literal lenguage the languane of every day speech;using words according to their dictionary.
symbolism when a concrete object represents an obstrack idea. ex.(object:wedding ring idea:love commitment)
universal symbol a symbol that is known by all. ex:(to sing, to smoke)
created symbol symbol that is created by the author;the reader recognizes the use of a symbolism for added meanings.
metaphor a comparasion between two unlike objects for the porpuse of adding figurative language for the written word.
simile a comparason between two unlike objects,using the words LIKE or US,for the porpuse of adding figurative language for the given word.
onomatopoeia words that inmitate sounds in nature.(moo,buzz,ring.)
hyperbole an exageration used to make a point.(it was to cold that i put on 50 sweathers)
personification giving concrete objects life-like charateristic.(her fase lit up, the vacuum gobbled up the dirt.)
alliteration repeation of sounds or syllables to add meaning.(the snow swept slowly through the sky.)
literary allusion referring back to something that is commonly known and the fury and history or popular culture to represent an idea.
imagery the use of works to create images in the mind of the reader.writers use images to appeal to the 5 senses to describe how their subject looks,sounds,feels,tates,or smeels.
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