Word tenses And other stuff

Alliteration: repetition of beginning sounds

"How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood

Allusion: Somthaing said or written that mentions a subject

"You are a tree"

Metephor: comparing two things without like or as

"You are smarter than a rock"

Hyperbole: extreme exaggeration

"I can eat a horse"

Idiom: a commonly used expression that's meaning is different from its literal meaning

"When pigs fly!"

Personification: giving an inanimate object human like emotions

"The walls glared at me as if I had kicked them"

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