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Indicate the figures of speech used in each of the following sentences:

I think my answers are:

1.The boy has kicked the bucket. (simile)
2.The car zooms pass them. (metaphor)
3.Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. (hyperbole)
4.Kamala dranks a pail of tea yesterday. (Irony)
5.He is the pillar of his family. (personification)
6.The place is a as quiet as a graveyard. (Onomatopoeia)
7.Frederick fried fresh fishes in france. (paradox)
8.The man is known for his eloquent silence. (Euphemism)
9.More haste.less speed. (Alliteration)
10.He is as cunning as a fox. (Oxymorom).
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You'd better try again. This one is right:

5. He is the pillar of his family. (personification)

PS: Why don't you use a dictionary to find out what those various figures of speech are?
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The sentences have a few errors. I've corrected those for you to make it easier for you to work out the answers.

1.The boy has kicked the bucket.

2.The car zooms past them.

3.Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.

4.Kamala drank a pail of tea yesterday.

5.He is the pillar of his family.

6.The place is a as quiet as a graveyard.

7.Frederick fried fresh fishes in france.

8.The man is known for his eloquent silence.

9.More haste.less speed.

10.He is as cunning as a fox.

Something tells me you've been given a list and asked to match each word to the correct sentence. Something also tells me that you just stuck them anywhere at random after I told you we'll only help you after you try for yourself. I'm afraid that doesn't count as trying for yourself. Have you had a lesson on the meanings of these words? Are there any that you don't understand? For example, alliteration is a very easy one to spot. All it means is that there are several words following each other than all start with the same letter. So now you can find that one.
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1.The boy has kicked the bucket. **EUPHEMISM
2.The car zooms past them. **ONOMATOPOEIA
3.Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. **MOTONYMY
4.Kamala drank a pail of tea yesterday. **HYPERBOLE
5.He is the pillar of his family. **METAPHOR
6.The place is a as quiet as a graveyard. **SIMILE
7.Frederick fried fresh fishes in france. **ALLITERATION
8.The man is known for his eloquent silence. **OXYMORON
9.More haste.less speed. **PUN
10.He is as cunning as a fox. **SIMILE

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