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Writing Tip #42: Use Figures of Speech: Similes

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Use figures of speech: Similes. Of the figures of speech, similes are among the most common. A simile is a direct comparison, where the writer describes by comparing something to something else. Similes include the comparison words “like” or “as.” Avoid all of the numerous simile clichés: red as a rose, dead as a doornail, light as a feather. Similes …

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Infographic: Illiteracy Around the World

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An infographic picturing literacy rates in the U.S. and around the world.

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Amazing Facts About Writing and Your Brain

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    I came across the infographic below and just had to share it. It contains some fascinating information about …

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How Does Texting Affect Your Grammar?

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Worried about the effects of texting on everyday grammar? Check out this infographic.

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The 5 Sentence Complements Poster

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A larger version of the 5 Complements Poster

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