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Formal vs Informal Language
Formal and informal language describe two different ways of speaking. This short video lesson helps you learn the difference between the two.
This simile lesson will share how similes compare things using the words "like" and "as". Similes are different from metaphors, metaphors do not use the words "like" or "as".
Learn what metaphors are and how to use them! A metaphor is a figure of speech used to describe one thing by suggesting a comparison to another thing, using symbolism.
Crash! Bash! Boom! Pow! In this song, learn about special words that imitate sounds.
Interpret hyperbole in context to understand how it helps writers entertain and persuade.
Fact or Opinion?
This video teaches children the difference between fact and opinion.
Bias meaning with sentence examples