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THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Worksheets (Set of 5)

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Included in this set are five worksheets featuring figurative language examples from The Hunger Games novel. Students must read the examples and choose what type of figurative language is being used:

- simile
- metaphor
- personification
- hyperbole
- imagery


The heat is horrible, but worse than the heat is the smoke, which threatens to suffocate me at any moment. (personification)

My mouth has gone as dry as sawdust. (simile)

These arrows are food, safety, and life itself now.(metaphor)

It's a miracle he hasn't bled to death yet. (hyperbole)

She has bright, dark eyes and satiny brown skin. (imagery)

The worksheets are separated as follows:

Worksheet 1: chapters 1-5
Worksheet 2: chapters 6-10
Worksheet 3: chapters 11-15
Worksheet 4: chapters 16-20
Worksheet 5: chapters 21-27

Each worksheet comes with an answer key.

**It is recommended that you don't use a worksheet until all of the featured chapters have been read, in order to avoid any spoilers.

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Feel free to check out my Hunger Games Vocabulary Packet as well!
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