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What are 5 metaphors?

Everyday Life Metaphors

What are 5 metaphors?

Everyday Life Metaphors

  • John’s suggestion was just a Band-Aid for the problem.
  • The cast on his broken leg was a plaster shackle.
  • Laughter is the music of the soul.
  • America is a melting pot.
  • Her lovely voice was music to his ears.
  • The world is a stage.
  • My kid’s room is a disaster area.
  • Life is a rollercoaster.

What is the summary of Chapter 5 in the outsiders?

Summary: Chapter 5 Ponyboy makes a wisecrack and Johnny tells him he is becoming more like Two-Bit every day. Johnny insists that they cut their hair to disguise themselves, and he bleaches Ponyboy’s hair. For the next week, the boys hide out at the church, reading Gone with the Wind, smoking, and eating sandwiches.

Why is pony famous now?

He assumed that Dally would be the one the would turn to to help them out, so he gave Dally the letter to give to Pony. Why is Pony famous now? His picture is in the paper because of the stabbing.

What happened at the end of Chapter 5 in the outsiders?

Dally tells them that because of the murder of Bob, Socs and Greasers are warring all around, and Dally has even taken to carrying a gun. Two days ago, the Socs jumped Two-Bit, but he’s OK now. As the chapter ends, Dally tells Pony and Soda that the gang now has “a spy” (5.111).

What happened in Chapter 5 and 6 of the outsiders?

Ponyboy and Johnny are settling down to life in the church. He tells Ponyboy hair can grow back, but getting caught means going to jail, where the first thing they do is cut your hair. Ponyboy gives in and lets Johnny cut his hair and dye it blond, making him unrecognizable.

What is a love metaphor?

In literature, music, and popular culture, love is often used as a metaphor, a trope or figure of speech in which an implied comparison is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common. He might have added that love sometimes ends with a metaphor as well.

What is the allusion in Chapter 5 of the outsiders?

Allusion: reference to a literary work or historical place or event in piece of literature. In chapter 5, Ponyboy recites a poem by Robert Frost to Johnny. This has meaning to both boys.