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    Analyse the sentences below and find the different literary devices in them.

    4.1 * * The weather was terrible yesterday, I was frozen.

    4.2 * * Her hair was as red as a summer sunset.

    4.3 * * The toast jumped up readily from the toaster.

    4.4 * * She is a nobody.

    4.5 * * The flag fluttered and flapped in the wind.

    4.6 * * His eyes wept with grief.

    4.7 * * The storm grumbled its thunder around the skies.

    4.8 * * The silence deafened us all.

    please help me out. <3
    Hi there :wavey:
    I've moved your thread to the English study help forum where hopefully you'll get more answers In future, it's best to select the subject from the list here and create a thread in there instead :yep: If you want to see where threads belong, check out this thread
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    4.2: Adjective 'red'. Simile 'as red as a summer sunset'.

    4.3: Personification of the toast.

    4.5: Repetition of the letter 'f' represents the violently blowing wind.

    4.7: Personification of the storm, it 'grumbled'.

    4.8: Juxtaposition/oxymoron 'silence' and 'deafened' (Not too sure about this one)
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    4.2: Adjective 'red'. Simile 'as red as a summer sunset'.

    4.3: Personification of the toast.

    4.5: Repetition of the letter 'f' represents the violently blowing wind.

    4.7: Personification of the storm, it 'grumbled'.

    4.8: Juxtaposition/oxymoron 'silence' and 'deafened' (Not too sure about this one)
    4.5: can be repetition plus alliteration right?
    Thank you very much, really appreciate it!
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    4.5: can be repetition plus alliteration right?
    Thank you very much, really appreciate it!
    Yep
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    ''She is a nobody''

    what literary device used for this?
 
 
 
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