How it works?
Friday, December 10, 2010
How it works?
Thursday, December 9, 2010
That burns in my tongue with every bite
Each touch of yours heighten the sensation
Our love is like a chilli
No matter how spicy it may be,
I'll will always love you.
In a blink of a second,
the fire will turn off.
Life is just like that.
It comes and go.
It will never stop and wait for you.
The beauty only lasts for minutes or even seconds.
So, appreciate what you're having now.
Mortar and Pestle are like men and women.
They won't be complete without each other.
Pestle represent man and mortar represents women.
Without the pestle, the mortar is useless.
Likewise, without the mortar, the pestle is functionless.
Therefore, we need two to be one.
And we were to select a random number that comes into our mind.
I choose 17, 82 and 39.
We were to create a sentence based on the two words.
The mortar is the bell and the pestle is like a hammer to hit the mortar
therefore it creates sound.
2. It's use to grab food.
The mortar is like a bowl and the pestle is like a spoon.
Punch the pestle into the mortar filled with rice.
And there you have for what it's called sticky rice.
Metaphor is the concept of understanding one thing in terms of another. A metaphor is a figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things or ideas; the analogy is conveyed by the use of a metaphorical word in place of some other word. For example: "Her eyes were glistening jewels".Metaphor also denotes rhetorical figures of speech that achieve their effects via association, comparison or resemblance (e.g., antithesis, hyperbole, metonymy and simile, which are all types of metaphor).
A simile is a figure of speech that says that one thing is like another different thing. We can use similes to make descriptions more emphatic or vivid.
We often use the words as...as and like with similes.
Common patterns for similes, with example sentences, are:
- something [is*] AS adjective AS something
His skin was as cold as ice.
It felt as hard as rock.
She looked as gentle as a lamb.
- something [is*] LIKE something
My love is like a red, red rose.
These cookies taste like garbage.
He had a temper (that was) like a volcano.
- something [does**] LIKE something
He eats like a pig.
He smokes like a chimney.
They fought like cats and dogs.