Hyperbole

Read the oral notes carefully. Then, decide whether each of the following statements contain a hyperbole!

Q1. "If I’ve told you this story once, I’ve told it a million times!"
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: a. Hyperbole

Q2. "I feel so hungry today. I’m going to order a large meal instead of a regular meal."
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: b. No Hyperbole

Q3. "It is so cold today that I saw a polar bear putting a coat on."
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: a. Hyperbole

Q4. "I’m exhausted after running that race. I’m going to sleep for eight hours."
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: a. Hyperbole

Q5. "I’m so angry that my blood is boiling."
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: a. Hyperbole

Q6. "If I can’t finish my homework on time, my teacher will explode in anger."
a. Hyperbole b. No Hyperbole
Ans: a. Hyperbole

Please help to check the above answers, thanks & regards.

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  1. I disagree with you on Q4, but agree with you on the others.

  2. 1.This is the tiger that the hunters have been looking for.

    2.Jones is the man whom I went bowling with last Saturday.

    3. The man whom you helped was my father.

    4.The car which he is driving cost him a fortune.

    5. I like to go to that store where they frequently give out free samples.

    6.Leon is the student who sings very well.

    Please help to check the above answers, thanks & regards.

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