Types of Figurative Language / “Tipos de lenguaje figurado”


Studying for CSET Spanish Subtest III (test code 147)

0005 Inferential and Interpretive Comprehension of Written Texts (SMR 6.2)
Make deductive and inductive inferences based on information contained in written texts.


Figurative language refers to words, and groups of words, that exaggerate or alter the usual definitions of words to achieve a special effect or meaning.
El lenguaje figurado se refiere a las palabras, y grupos de palabras, que exageran o alteran las definiciones usuales de palabras para lograr un efecto especial o significado.

Types of figurative language include:
Tipos de lenguaje figurado incluyen:

Types of Figurative Language

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