task with metaphors
I don't know how you are, but I like the theme
about stylistic devices and expressive means.
And it's useful for us, and for our speech, oral
and written accordingly. So then, at last
lesson we introduce with subtypes of metaphor.
There are a type of metaphor - personification
and a type of personification - metagoge.
And I think about little task for you.
Correlate with one another. (Keep in mind
classification of metaphor and personification;
structurally, semantically and etc.)
1. The world is a stage (1)
2. Sea of grief (2)
3. Life is a dance (3)
4. My phone hates me
5. The candies look at me
A. Metaphor - personification
B. Metaphor - metagoge
C. Metaphor - personification
D. Metaphor - original, simple
E. Metaphor - original, simple
1) W. Shakespeare, monologue As you like it
If you find mistakes, please, tell me. It's important for me!
Thank you for attention!