CBSE Class 8 English Figures Of Speech Worksheet

CBSE Class 8 English Worksheet - Figures Of Speech - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.





Identify Similes, Metaphors, Personification and Transferred Epithet in the following sentences:

1. He passed a sleepless night.

2. Richard fought like a lion.

3. Richard was a lion in the fight.

4. The plough-man homeward plods his weary way.

5. Death lays his icy hands on kings.

6. The frog began his concert.

7. The poem is as lovely as a tree.

8. The sun is like a ball of fire.

9. The cat’s eyes were jewels gleaming in the darkness.

10. The flames ate hungrily at the wood.

11. She has a heart of stone.

12. Her hair was silk.

13. I saw her with a sad book.

14. The slow hours passed in agony.

15. The wind screamed and howled.

16. They speak like saints.

17. Hope is a tattered flag.

18. The sun sheds his beams on the rich and poor alike.

19. When the gates were opened, the children surged forward like a swarm of bees.

20. The toy bear smiled as the little boy hugged him.

21. The news was a dagger to her heart.

22. The noisy class was punished.

23. I gazed at the silent mountains.

24. Time stood still.

25. I ran into the friendly house.

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