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Thuy Nga Nguyen and Ghil'ad Zuckermann (2012) classify Vietnamese similes into two types: Meaning Similes and Rhyming Similes. The following is an example: Nghèo như con mèo /ŋɛu ɲɯ kɔn mɛu/ "Poor as a cat". Whereas the above Vietnamese example is of a rhyming simile, the English simile "(as) poor as a ...

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Similes can make our language more descriptive and enjoyable. Writers, poets, and songwriters make use of similes often to add depth and emphasize what they are trying to convey to the reader or listener. Similes can be funny, serious, mean, or creative. Following are some more examples of similes regularly used in ...

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A simile is a figure of speech that directly compares two different things. The simile is usually in a phrase that begins with "as" or "like." (This is different from a metaphor, which is a comparison that says something is something else.) The often nonsensical aspect of similes make them a fun way to get kids excited about ...

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Definition, Usage and a list of Simile Examples in common speech and literature. A simile is a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarities between two different things. ... The poet has used trochees, giving a strong rhythm to the poem. Notice in this first stanza, the accented syllables are emphasized.

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A simile is a comparison between two different things using the word “like” or “as” to make the comparison. Similes are generally easier to identify than metaphors, but not always. Sometimes a speaker or writer may use the word “like” or “as” and not make any comparison. These are not similes. For example if I said, “I like ...

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A simile is a figurative device in which two unlike things are compared by using the word "like" or "as". In a simile one thing is not said to be the other-only like it. A simile is different from a metaphor. A metaphor compares two things by saying that one thing is the other. Examples of Similes: 1. He runs like a horse. 2. He eats ...

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For example, when we say or write that someone is “as happy as a clam,” we are using a simile to compare two different things: a person and a clam. You can experiment with similes in your own writing to add interest for the reader. To make similes particularly effective, you'll want to reach beyond the obvious comparison ...

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Jun 4, 2016 ... Examples of Similes | Similes Examples for Kids & Children This video will show you some examples of similes. These examples of similes can be used for kids,...

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Top Tip. Similes Can Be Impactful. Used sparingly in business writing, similes can: Be memorable. Make an impact. Be used for emphasis. Make you look confident. Here is an example of how a simile might look in a business document: Option 1 is like throwing the pilot from a stricken aircraft to make it lighter.