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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Figurative Language Questions

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Grade 8 Simile CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.8.5

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Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
  1. to follow the rules
  2. to not make assumptions about someone
  3. when something is done and over with
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

TAKE A PAGE OUT OF SOMEONE ELSE'S BOOK
  1. to do what someone else would do
  2. to not make assumptions about someone
  3. to like someone
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

CLOSED CHAPTER
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. when something is done and over with
  3. to follow the rules
Grade 8 Figurative Language
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

THE OLDEST TRICK IN THE BOOK
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. to follow the rules
  3. someone who shares everything about their lives
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

READ SOMEONE LIKE A BOOK
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. to copy someone else's idea
  3. someone who shares everything about their lives
Grade 8 Figurative Language
Grade 8 Personification CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.8.5

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Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

GOOD IN SOMEONE'S BOOK
  1. to copy someone else's idea
  2. to like someone
  3. to follow the rules
Grade 8 Figurative Language
Comparing objects or ideas by stating that one is the other is called:
  1. Personification
  2. Rhyme
  3. Repetition
  4. Simile
  5. Alliteration
  6. Hyperbole
  7. Onomatopoeia
  8. Metaphor
Grade 8 Figurative Language CCSS: CCRA.R.7, CCRA.L.5, RL.8.7, L.8.5, L.8.5a
Which of the following is an example of dramatic irony?
  1. A mother expects her children to do well in school and they make the honor roll.
  2. A man meets his long-lost son and the reader knows it, but he doesn't.
  3. A little girl can see the future and predicts a storm is going to come.
  4. A teacher tells her students they did well on a test, but actually they all failed.
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