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What does literal language mean?
How does figurative language typically affect a reader’s understanding of a text?
Consider the sentence: “Her thoughts flew faster than the wind.” Which type of figurative language is used here?
A friend reads you a sentence from a book: “She is a night owl.” Your friend is confused about its meaning. What would you suggest the phrase “night owl” is?
You encounter the following sentence in a novel: “His room was a junkyard.” How could you interpret this?
Consider the sentence: “The stars danced playfully in the moonlit sky.” What type of figurative language is used here?
In the sentence, “She was so hungry, she could eat a horse,” what type of figurative language is being used?