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Figurative language is language that(1 point)
-are words that have multiple meanings.
-explains the literal meaning of words.
-goes beyond the words’ literal meanings.
-is made up of words that contradict each other.

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  1. Figurative language uses figures of speech (such as similes, metaphors and clichés) to suggest new pictures or images, or to create stronger effects. It is particularly useful in getting a specific message or feeling across.

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  2. 1. goes beyond the words’ literal meanings.
    2. an exaggeration so extreme that it is not meant to be taken seriously
    3. Felix, frantic over the new schedule, forgot his homework.
    4. My little brother was a tornado tearing through the neat piles of leaves.
    5. He was like a giant ogre reaching for his dinner.

    these are 100% the answers thank me later. :p

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  3. @Dabuggy is 100%

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