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English Test: 1. Mark the figure of speech 2. Mark the type of sentence

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The leaves went dancing and whirling

Alliteration
Inversion
Personification

Out of the eyes of the hundred flowers.

Hyperbole
Metaphor
Alliteration

The morning has closed its eyes.

Personification
Inversion
Metaphor

He sold his mother’s necklace

Simple
Compound
Complex

Their waves were the light of life.

Personification
Simile
Metaphor

He is the lion.

Hyperbole
Simile
Metaphor

She will achieve the target or die.

Simple
Compound
Complex

She was shivering with shock.

Simile
Metaphor
Alliteration

Those students, who are intelligent, achieve the target.

Simple
Compound
Complex

I had seen her while she was sleeping in the garden.

Simple
Compound
Complex

He demolished his father’s house.

Simple
Compound
Complex

You had worked hard but you could not get success.

Simple
Compound
Complex

This is the river of great importance in Indian history.

Simple
Compound
Complex

Never friend makes he.

Inversion
Simile
Hyperbole

The bird carries a massage.

Inversion
Personification
Metaphor

He made the blood to fly

Personification
Hyperbole
Simile

On her departure, I could see tears in her eyes.

Simple
Compound
Complex

This room is a furnace.

Metaphor
Alliteration
Simile

Get out or I shall beat you.

Simple
Compound
Complex

If you write a letter, you will get a reply.

Simple
Compound
Complex

The sky groons like one in despair

Alliteration
Hyperbole
Simile

Slowly flowed the river.

Hyperbole
Metaphor
Inversion

Open the bag and you will get the grapes of Nasik.

Compound
Simple
Complex

Those, who are rich people, are always misers.

Simple
Compound
Complex

She sold the necklace which belonged to his mother.

Simple
Compound
Complex

She knows the truth.

Simple
Compound
Complex

Guide not, Punish not.

Simple
Compound
Complex