Personification

Includes questions related to using parts of speech to personify inanimate objects.

Questions in Personification

Answer In the exhaust manifolds.
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Answer Some people seem to be more likely to be easily addicted. Whether a personality type can be identified by using a standardized psychological test is still in question. There seems to be strong evidence that people who are depressive or have anxiety have more of a tendency toward alcohol …
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Answer Yes. In rare cases, it really is "time apart" but mostly the person who wants it is really looking to break up. They want to ease into it as if it will hurt less.
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Answer All chev starters with 2 vertical bolts (4,6 or 8 cyl) will fit
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Answer The Great War, The First World War, or The World War (until there was another one).
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Answer There are quite a few signs that a relationship is over: 1. The person that your dealing with begins to act funny toward you for no apparent reason which can mean that they want to break up with you and don't know how to tell you so they act funny to try to get you to break up …
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Since the Grim Reaper is a symbolic character for death, then he is probably as old as life. It all depends on what you believe. In the christian sense god did not have death until after Adam and eve were turned out of the garden of Eden. Some believe in the story of the Frog and the Toad, where god…
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You can search their name at Google Ecuador (www.google.com.ec). This is difficult if you don't speak Spanish (more on this later).You can also use the Ecuadorian version of Facebook: Sonico.com. Again, you need to be able to write and understand Spanish. Just a few months ago, I found a long, lost …
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Hyperbole (exaggeration or "hype") is a figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for emphasis. Here are a few examples: It is going to take a bazillion years to get through Medical School. I ate the whole cow. He's 900 years old. I am so hungry I could eat a horse. There are millions of other…
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Personification is when you describe an object as a person.
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When my hair hurts i take a ice on that spot and then for a few min i make it dry then i felt good you can do it to.
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Answer. Well, some people do think because it is cool and stuff. But some people might just get those because they want a tattoo and they think it is cool. The meaning behind the tattoo of a grim reaper is (1) the Grim Reaper and the Skull were often used as symbols in medieval and renaissance art a…
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Pathetic Fallacywhen nature mirrors a character's mood,emotions, feelings or thoughts.
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Answer Do you mean "being on edge"? It means being nervous, jittery, uncomfortable. "He's been on edge ever since his mortgage rate went up." "Don't mind me; I'm a little on edge this morning."
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old fashioned wallpaper wallpaper isn't necessarily "old fashioned",the motif (style and print) of wallpaper can be very out-dated. Today's technologies are rather advanced in this matter. The paper,adhesives,and procedures are much improved since "back in the day". If you like something you se…
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The Grim Reaper is a walking skeleton with an all black clothing carrying a scythe that uses it to reap the souls of the dead. Or some people say that the Grim Reaper is just a name that means death. people say that for every swing of his scythe thousands of souls are "harvested" the black cloak com…
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Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little, was assassinated in the Manhattan Audubon Ballroom on February 21, 1965.
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Answer They can be called employees, and in the corporate arena can be referred to as Human Capital. However, it depends in what sense your using the word. Viper1
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A fable is an example of alegory.The answer that penn foster is looking for is "Young Goodman Brown"
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an example of confederation is Canada. confederation is smaller political units keep their power and give the central government limited power.
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Structured means ordered, not chaotic. It may mean the time, place, or activity is governed by some type of rule or order.An English class is a structured activity. Study Hall is mostly unstructured, except to obey rules of being quiet and studying.A game of basketball is a structured activity, but …
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i believe it would be milwakee? in a TAI episode he talks about it being his hometown
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Examples: The sun kissed the flowers. The wind was whistling. The grass was dancing. The car was humming. The washer gurgled the detergent. The computer began to talk. Opportunity began to knock on my door. The leaves danced in the wind frantically/gracefully. The pillow whispered a bedtime…
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Answer conceited A rather 'restrained' answer The antonyms for modest are: arrogant,overbearing,excessive,and showy. This is not a complete list of words for this question,by far.
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Answer In the above example, it is giving human abilities to non-human things.
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Answer éxercice j'applique page 24 manuel l'heure de franais de 1anne de collaige?"
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Answer It can be called anthropomorphism ('shape like a human' in Greek) or personification ('make like a person').
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Answerthe clouds were dancing in the sky.I'm shocked out of my wits!
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Answer Personification is assigning human charactistics or emotions to inanimate objects or animals. For instance, "My car likes leaded gas." Although it may run better with leaded gas, it cannot "like" it because it has no ability to form an opinon.
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Some antonyms for generous are: Stingy Cheap Miserly Tight-fisted Penny-pinching Uncharitable Selfish *One use of the word "penurious" is "not generous."
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An AutumnIn autumn breeze, There are perfect memories- Hidden and silent.by Dominic Cogan
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Time flew by... The Faerie Queen is an allegory for the Bible
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the leaves danced in the wind
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Anthropomorphism is the correct term. Personification can be used, but is less correct in terms of comparitive psychology.
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"If rocks could think!" or "If walls had ears"
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♣That's---- easy!!!!♣_____________$If I had 800 dollars but i had to slit it with my famliy members and there were 8 people in my house hold.how muck money will each person get ? There you go do that solves your problem.
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Example (provided by rediff.com reader Munish Oberoi): Source: http://www.rediff.com/money/2008/feb/21bspec.htm Suppose the Index consists of only 2 stocks: Stock A and Stock B. Suppose company A has 1,000 shares in total, of which 200 are held by the promoters, so that only 800 shares are avai…
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You personify a non-human object or thing by making it do something that only humans can do. Example: The trees danced in the wind. (Only humans can "dance", trees are being personified here)
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My computer hates me.hatesArt is a jealous mistress. Opportunity knocked on the door. The ignorant man greeted me this morning. Time never waits for anyone. Trees were dancing with the wind. The radio stopped singing and continued to stare at me. The picture in that magazine shouted for attention. …
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Wouldn't it be nifty if everyone fifty would be more thrifty and not so shifty? Wouldn't it be neat if elders would eat their tender meat instead of cheat? Wouldn't it be thrifty if everyone shifty were older than fifty and not so nifty? Wouldn't it be cool if elders who drool would stay in their…
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No, personification does not have a prefix
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The trees danced in the windThe fire roaredthe stream babbledlightening struckthe clouds rolled on bythe sparks leapedthe ship toiledthe swords sangthe computer thoughtthe coldness crept
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it means 1 personworking without anyone other than youby yourself
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Regret Me Regret is a woman who sneaks up on you everyday. She chases you down the street and holds tight and never lets go--puts pressure on your back and pulls you back as you walk, and stays in your mind each and every day.
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donation elation formation foundation frustration location plantation relation salvation sensation temptation vibration vacation vocation
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The rain whispered The rain hammered The rain seemed to knock The rain drummed a beat The rain fought The rain attacked The rain ran The rain struck The rain woke Etcetera Hope I helped.
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Consider the vulgarity of objectification. Personification must be its opposite: imagining that even an ash tray is worried about second hand smoke is the very stepping beyond the present and into the fantastic and literary that poetry promises. Authors use personification to make stories/ poems mor…
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the lady that has sexy hot boobs and nice body things.
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It's when you give inanimate objects human like qualities ex: the cloud Rained in sorrow (that means that it is raining)
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Friendship hugs you and holds you together when you feel like you're falling apart
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controlling influence
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In the fourth stanza 5th verse it says That the wind came out of the could by night, chilling and killing my Annabel Lee the wind can't kill someone so it's a personification
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Yes. The moon is described as a person in line three- 'Remember the moon, know who she is'. The wind is also described as a woman in line seventeen in much the same way-'Remember the wind. remember her voice. She knows the origin of this universe.'That seems to be all the personification that i can …
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That's an opinion based on the person.
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Here are some links to educational websites which might help. IDIOMS FOR IDIOTS 'You can't cry over spilled milk! ' my mother always said. 'Life's not a piece of cake! ' she hammered in my head. 'That's the way it goes, ' that's the way the cookie crumbles' My mother saved her idioms f…
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i think the first f is for front engine and seconde f is for front wheel drive.
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"The wind grabbed your umbrella" is personification.
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Yes, good example.
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When Montresor says: "My heart grew sick".
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The meaning of this expression is to say something that perfectly expresses the subject, or provides the most accurate description of a situation. When you are hammering in a nail and you hit is squarely on the head you drive the point of the nail straight home, deep into the wood. If you miss the …
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My heart grew sick! (After Fortunato blocks off the wall)
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I believe it has to do with power and deference. God and Death are deemed supreme and hold the power, whilst feminine objects/essences such as destiny and life are female because they defer to a higher power (God and Death respectively). Hope that helps!
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When an animal or something i given human traits like, talking
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The truck groaned and then roared as it turned on.
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The football hummed as it flew through the air.
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personification is applying human traits or emotions to non-human things. here are a few examples; the wind howled through the trees my feet were screaming after a day of walking around the city the plants were drooping and weeping for their lost friends.
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No, the moon can be old.Personification of the moon would be:'the moon smiled on the new lovers...''the man in the moon could clearly be seen...'
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His fist plummeted into the bears scrotum area and ate away all flesh leaving behind bits of dead,bloody meat, This battle was won easily by Brian.
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I'm from Wyoming, and have spent many hours working horses. Like many such expressions that have become woven into the American cultural fabric, I believe the term "sidekick" derives from the "cowboy culture" so admired and romanticized by those who have never worked as one. Anyone who has ever spen…
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Full form of Security is:S-SensibleE-Efficient in workC-ClaverU-UnderstantR-RegularI-IntelligentT-TalentY-Yield management
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He made that poor piano moan with melody, He playHe played that sad raggy tune like a musical fool.
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fifty eight
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the sun followed me this morning.
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save someone's life
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it used as gemstone material(^_^)
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ball of fire
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The house on mango street personification Page 74- Four skinny trees Go look for yourself dummy!
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it fell for miles off the train
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spring, a dove, a new bud. etc.
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extrusion fusion illusion
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To make up your own similes, you need to think of how something can or is like something else. For example, rabbits can be fluffy like clouds. To make a simile out of that, you could say that the rabbit was as fluffy as a cloud. If something makes you happy, and you think the sun is happy, you would…
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Nothing i think so because i had a holiday homework on this and i couldn't find anything
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imagery is when you imagine yourself in that picture, or your views depending on what you see. personification is used by objects. like objects come to life, and it can relate on how you can relate to that object.
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friendship can be mean, harsh. it can leave you and not come back; betray you.
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The rock stood so still, as if it were staring at me.
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Similie- comparing using "like" or "as"Metaphor-comparing without using "like" or "as"Personification-giving inanimate objects human characteristics
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the night see the starts
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Personification can have many effects on writing. Here's an example...The water flowed. Now...The water gurgled and roared. Which sounds better? Personification makes poems more sophisticated and interesting.
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Chu is of mixed cultural background, as her father is of Filipino and Chinese Decent and her mother, A Native of Manila, is of Chinese-Filipino-German Decent.
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An example is giving an orange a name and eyes. Another example is giving a blanket hands and feet so that it could move around
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yes there are a few
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my answer for turtle would hafto beECT; Candy Is DELISOUSEJayde Screamed at meThe firetruck engine roard up.
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Yes, you technically can personify backwards. It is typically called 'backwards personification.' An example of it is giving a human animal characteristics, such as, "I dug into my food like a bear killing its prey." Or you could give a person the characteristics of an object, although this is much …
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Dark clouds are smouldering into red,While down the craters morning burnsThe dying soldier shifts his headTo watch the glory that returns;He lifts his fingers toward the skiesWhere holy brightness breaks in flame;Radiance reflected in his eyes,And on his lips a whispered name. You'd think, to hear s…
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The swimmers were hot and the water was looking refreshing. And was encouraging them to cool off.
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naughty
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