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What are figures of speech and their examples?

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it a word or phrase that describes one thing in terms of another and is not meant to beunderstood literally true.Ex.1 moon walk and smile to me. (personification) Ex.2 the cat dark as night. (simile) accumulation: Summarization of previous arguments
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A figure of speech is just a saying. Like, if I get mad at someone and we argue and I say "I'm going to kill you," I don't really mean I'm going to physically harm them.
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A figure of speech is a rhetorical device that achieves a special
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Hola Nada's examples seem way too confusing.you don't need to know all of those unless you are studying Shakespeare or something. Here are some basic examples. Simile- Comparing with
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