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2016-03-10T12:31:41+05:30
1. onomatopoeia 
ans: The bridge collapsed creating a tremendous boom.

2. metaphor 
ans: 
The classroom was a zoo.

3. 
synecdoche 
ans: 
Note the use of synecdoche in The Lady or the Tiger? by Frank R. Stockton:

“His eye met hers as she sat there paler and whiter than anyone in the vast ocean of anxious faces about her.”

“Faces” refers to people (not just their faces).

4. metonymy 
ans: 
The pen is mightier than the sword.

5. personification
ans: 
the Sun smiled at us.


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2016-03-10T13:10:01+05:30
1.onomatopoeia
babbling bubbles from tap
warbling magpies in tree

2.metaphor
Her eyes were fireflies.
She cut him down with her words.

3.synecdoche
Referring to a car as "wheels".
"Beautiful are the feet that bring the good news."

4.metonymy
England decides to keep check on immigration
The pen is mightier than the sword.

5.personification
The stars danced playfully in the moonlit sky.
The run down house appeared depressed.


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