Free Figurative Language Worksheets
Understanding a text involves correctly interpreting the various figurative language devices and other language tricks a writer uses. Help improve students’ comprehension with these worksheets which focus not only on defining figurative language devices, but also teach students to distinguish between literal and figurative language and correctly interpret the figurative language devices writers use.
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- Figurative Language in Poetry
- Fun with Punsnew!
- Types of Jokesnew!
- Recognizing Sound Devices in Poetrynew!
- Understatement or Hyperbole?new!
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- Interpreting Poetry
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- Recognizing Types of Word Playnew!
- Identifying Types of Humornew!
- Is it an Epigram?new!
- Analyzing a Sestinanew!
- Analyzing a Rondeaunew!
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