On Tuesday afternoon we did some work on similes and metaphors using 'Flanimals' as inspiration.

By the end we could tell the difference between them!

Can anyone remember?

 


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William
10/07/2013 5:45pm

The rugby player's legs are tree trunks.
This is a metaphor.
You describe something as something else.

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Philip
10/07/2013 5:49pm

To make a simile you compare two things and use like or as.

The shark's teeth are like knives.

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Hollie
15/07/2013 4:22pm

similes

similes are what it is LIKE.
example:
his toes are LIKE footballs.




metaphors

metaphors are where you say it IS something but is actually isn't.
example:
his toes ARE footballs.

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