1. Figurative Language - The Friends of Robert Frost


    Figurative Language Figurative language uses "figures of speech" - a way of saying something other than the literal meaning of the words.

  2. Figurative Language


    To understand what figurative language is, it is important to start with a working definition of literal language. Literal language refers to a phrase or sentence ...

  3. Figurative Language Worksheets | Ereading Worksheets


    Free Figurative Language Worksheets! Teach students to identify figurative language with a variety of examples. Great for practice or review.

  4. Figurative Language | Ereading Worksheets


    Figurative language is language that one must "figure" out. Common techniques: simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, & understatement.

  5. What is figurative language? Examples?


    Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else, you are using figurative language. Simile. A simile uses the words “like” or “as” to ...

  6. Figurative language - Dictionary.com


    Figurative language definition, language that contains or uses figures of speech, especially metaphors. See more.

  7. Inference: Figurative Language - Critical Reading


    Further evidence of the need to read ideas, not simply words, comes from the use of figurative language.

  8. Figurative Language - similes, metaphors and more- …


    Ideas for teaching figurative language and book/story suggestions that include elements of figurative language such as simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, hyperbole ...

  9. Figurative Language Lesson Plans: Identifying Figurative ...

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    Identifying figurative language in poetry is easy with this figurative language lesson plan. Start teaching students how to appreciate poetry by helping them identify ...

  10. Figurative Language Worksheets


    Figurative Language Worksheets. We use figurative language all the time and don't even realize it. We describe things often by making a comparison to something else.