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Which of the following describes stylistic techniques?

ways to engage readers in literature
ways to make things sound interesting
using language to add meaning or effect***
comparing relationships of words

Which of the following describes repetition?

imitating the sound of something a word represents
words that begin with the same consonant sound***
a pattern or rhyme at the end of lines in a poem
emphasizing an idea with a repeated word or phrase

How would an author describe figurative language?

conveys something other than the literal meaning
gives human characteristics to objects
makes stories interesting***
compares words

Which of the following describes a metaphor?(1 point)

makes a comparison using “like” or “as”
uses words with the same consonant sound
describes things using human characteristics
implies a comparison between unlike things***

Which type of figurative language describes objects as if they were human?

onomatopoeia
simile
metaphor
personification***

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  1. 1.A or Using language to add meaning or effect
    2.A or Emphasizing an idea with a repeated word or phrase
    3.C or Conveys something other than the literal meaning
    4.B or Implies a comparison between unlike things
    5.C or Personification

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  2. Actually, the answers to Stylistic Techniques Quick Check are:

    1. A ( using language to add meaning or effect )
    2. D ( emphasizing an idea with a repeated word or phrase )
    3. D ( conveys something other than the literal meaning )
    4. C ( implies a comparison between unlike things )
    5. D ( personification )

    You will thank me later I JUST took the test!

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  3. I wonder how long it will take these very smart people to figure out you can't use a single letter to determine which answers are correct. You will have to actually type in the entire answer since the answers are swapped around. -.-

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  4. Trust me these are the answers don't let people switch it up. And I know I'm always right!

    "Actually, the answers to Stylistic Techniques Quick Check are:

    1. A ( using language to add meaning or effect )
    2. D ( emphasizing an idea with a repeated word or phrase )
    3. D ( conveys something other than the literal meaning )
    4. C ( implies a comparison between unlike things )
    5. D ( personification )

    You will thank me later I JUST took the test!"

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  5. btw "Your Answers" is correct

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  6. Ella is 100 percent correct! i got a 5/5

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  7. I realized the answers are actually switched up for everyone. =\

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  8. 1- using language to add meaning affect
    2- emphasizing an idea with a repeated word or phrase
    3- conveys something other than the literal meaning
    4- implies a comparison between unlike things
    5- personification

    Trust me if you want but I got a 100 have a good day!!!

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  9. ur just not meant to use singular letters in language arts

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  10. your answers is correct

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  11. trust no one * o *

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  12. Wait I’m confused, so who’s correct?

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  13. Ella is correct. Got a 100%

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  14. Your Answers is right.

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  15. "your answers" are correct from Feb. 10 2021 to 2/9/22

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  16. Ion know who to trust 😶

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  17. Thanks Ella I got 100%

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  18. @izuku No Prob!

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  19. Ella is correct! Thanks Ella!

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  20. Ella is poggers 100%

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