Figurative Language in Music
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  • Question 1
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "When I met you girl my heart went knock, knock"

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    Hyperbole

    Simile

    Metaphor

    Onomatopoeia

  • Question 2
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    What does the example of onomatopoeia show?


    "When I met you girl my heart went knock, knock"

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    To show what his heart sounded like.

    To show that he is knocking on someones door.

    To encourage you to knock before entering a room.

  • Question 3
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "You, with your words like knives and swords and weapons that you use against me."

    answer choices

    Hyperbole

    Onomatopoeia

    Simile

    Metaphor

  • Question 4
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    What does the simile mean?


    "You, with your words like knives and swords and weapons that you use against me."

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    To show that she was attacked.

    To show that words hurt.

    To show that she is violent.

  • Question 5
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "You're a firework"

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    Idiom

    Simile

    Metaphor

    Personification

  • Question 6
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    What does the metaphor mean?


    "You're a firework"

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    To show that you are boring.

    To show that you have a great personality.

    To show that you are mean.

  • Question 7
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "I'd catch a grenade for you"

    answer choices

    Personification

    Hyperbole

    Idiom

    Onomatopoeia

  • Question 8
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    What does the hyperbole mean?


    "I'd catch a grenade for you"

    answer choices

    He is angry.

    He wants to get away from her.

    He would risk his life for her.

  • Question 9
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "You've got my heartbeat running away."

    answer choices

    Simile

    Metaphor

    Personification

    Onomatopoeia

  • Question 10
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    What does the example of personification mean?


    "You've got my heartbeat running away"

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    You are breaking my heart.

    You are making my heart beat fast.

    You have a piece of my heart.

  • Question 11
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    What kind of figurative language is used in the lyrics below?


    "You gotta keep your head up"

    answer choices

    Idiom

    Simile

    Metaphor

    Personification

  • Question 12
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    What does the idiom mean?


    "And I'll be taking care of business"

    answer choices

    I will be getting things done.

    I will be relaxing.

    I will be doing nothing.

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