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50 Ways to Use Personification

Examples of Personification Everyone knows what a person is, but do you know what  personification  is? Personification is when you assign the qualities of a person to something that isn't human or, in some cases, to something that isn't even alive. There are many reasons for using personification. It can be used as a method of describing something so that others can understand. It can be used to emphasize a point. It is a commonly favored literary tool, and you may in fact use personification without even knowing it. 50 Ways to Use Personification The following sentences use the personification technique. See if you can identify which part of the word or phrase is the personification. The answers are below: The stars danced playfully in the moonlit sky. The run down house appeared depressed. The first rays of morning tiptoed through the meadow. She did not realize that opportunity was knocking at her door. He did not realize that his last chance was walkin

Similes

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Examples of Similes View & Download PDF Similes  can be found just about anywhere; from the printed word to oral conversation; in language, literature, and music. A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things that are alike in some way. To help you identify a simile versus a metaphor, know that the words “like” or “as” are typically used in a simile. Well-known similes are: “cute as a kitten,” comparing the way someone looks to the way a kitten looks “as busy as a bee” comparing someone’s level of energy to a fast-flying bee "as snug as a bug in a rug" comparing someone who is very cozy to how comfortable a bug can be in a rug "as happy as a clam" comparing someone's happiness to the contentment of a clam "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get." comparing the uncertainty of life to the uncertainty of choosing a chocolate from a box "as agile as a monkey" implyin

Alliteration

Alliteration Examples for Kids Alliteration  happens when words that start with the same sound are used close together in a phrase or sentence. The sound is usually a consonant and the words don’t have to always be right next to one another. One of the fun features of alliteration is when it becomes a tongue twister. Examples of Alliteration Here are some examples: Come and clean your closet. The big bad bear attacked all the little bunnies in the forest. Shut the shutter before it makes you shudder. Go and gather the green leaves in the lawn. Please put your pen away and play the piano. Round and round she ran until she realized she was running round and round. Out with the only open tin of tuna. I had to hurry home because grandma wanted her waffles. The baron was busy as a bee. Garry gathered the garbage. Lazy lizards lying like lumps! Paula planted the petunias in the pot. Kim comes to cut colorful kites. Boil the butter and bring it by the bank. Or

Dates and ordinals

Dates and ordinals So far you've listened to 6 Minute English and practised spelling ordinal numbers. Now let's practise using dates correctly. This is where Marcus comes in. He's a very disorganised man. He's always losing his diary and getting confused about dates. Which is bad for him - but good for us, because it lets us practise more ordinals! We're going to read a short story about Marcus, then answer some questions. But first, let's review: Remember We often say dates with the and of: the eighth of April But we can also say: April the eighth (And April eighth in American English) But we don't write them like that. We write them as: 8th April April 8th 8 April We usually use the definite article the with ordinal numbers: on the first evening The second time I tried sushi But sometimes we use possessives: my seventieth birthday Bob's second car Read the text and complete the activity

About Guruji Sunil Chaudhary

I am Guruji Sunil Chaudhary, an esteemed educator in the realm of English language instruction, with a distinguished tenure spanning since 2002. Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of imparting knowledge to over 25,000 individuals, honing their linguistic skills to perfection. My professional journey has been adorned with collaborations with esteemed multinational corporations and Fortune 500 entities such as Mercer, Fidelity Investments, and IBM Daksh. Currently, I hold the esteemed position of a leading Digital Success Coach on a global scale, acclaimed as the preeminent Digital Coach in Bharat. As the visionary founder of JustBaazaar, TAMS Studies, and Career Building School, I am committed to pioneering educational initiatives that transcend boundaries. In the dynamic landscape of digital marketing, I stand as a beacon of guidance, recognized as the foremost Digital Marketing Coach in India. Driven by a fervent passion for democratizing education, I offer a plethora of complimentary courses, ensuring accessibility to invaluable knowledge resources. Having achieved substantial success in my endeavors, I have elected to make many of my courses freely accessible, underscoring my dedication to societal empowerment. Embracing a steadfast mission, I aspire to elevate Bharat to the esteemed status of the Digital Marketing Capital of the World. With this purpose ingrained in my endeavors, I strive to infuse authenticity and relevance into every article and blog I produce. Rest assured, I am fully aligned with your directives and prepared to imbue your content with the essence of credibility and authenticity. Should you require further refinement or additional information, do not hesitate to communicate your preferences. Warm regards, Guruji Sunil Chaudhary