This 2 page, 45 item figurative language identification focuses on the figurative language used in Macbeth Act I. Several of the items have multiple answers, and most of the figurative language devices are used several times. I have taken quotations of parts of quotation from the play and the students must identify which example Shakespeare uses in the quote (simile, metaphor, classical allusion, repetition, pun, synecdoche, parallel structure, apostrophe, foreshadowing, irony, alliteration, personification, symbolism, imagery, contrast, recurrent theme, etc.) This is an excellent in class activity but it can be done as homework. It is flexible and practical in that it may be used as a group or individual endeavor. A 2 page KEY is provided.