The figures of speech are: Alliteration, Anaphora, Assonance, Euphemis, Hyperbole, Irony, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, Oxymoron, Personification, Simile, Understatement. …Figures of speech are phrases that are not supposed to be taken literally. They work to add emphasis to spoken or written words. An example would be saying that a person is 'between a rock and a hard place' when they are forced to choose between two poor alternatives. A figure of speech is word combinations in which the words communicate more than their literal meanings.
not really. you just do more physical activities
I'm going to assume you are skipping lunch to lose weight. By denying your body food for such a long stretch of time (from breakfast until dinner) I can almost guarantee… you will overeat at dinner. You will then probably end up consuming more daily calories than if you had eaten lunch. Eat smaller, more frequent meals and you'll never feel hungry and you will most likely ingest LESS total daily calories than by eating only breakfast and dinner. Not related to weight loss, not eating for such a long stretch makes it more difficult for your brain to focus. It will make it more difficult for you to do your job or pay attention at school. Keep your body fueled and it will treat you right. Keep your body in starvation mode (even if you don't FEEL starving) and it will fight you.
If a person skipped a meal and the blood sugar levels dropped, the liver could release some of the stored sugar back into the blood.
What if you only throw up every now and then and have been skipping lunch or dinner or both does that mean you have an eating disorder?
It would depend on why you are skipping meals and why you're throwing up, but it would be advisable to go and see a doctor.
It is reccommended that everyone should eat three meals a day. If you don't eat three meals a day you could be mal-nourished which means bad nutrition. Sometimes people think …skipping a meal will make them thinner but actually skipping a meal can potentially make you put on more weight. Because you have skipped a meal and your body is hungry your body stores fat in order to stop yourself from feeling hungry, once you have stored the fat, you can't get rid of it without exercising or eating healthy. I would reccommend you to eat three meals a day as you will be less healthier only having two
figure of speech: is a rhetorical device that achieves a special effect by using words in distinctive ways. Figurative language is a word or phrase that departs from everyday …literal language for the sake of comparison, emphasis, clarity, or freshness. These two literary terms are the same thing. They're synonyms.
A part of speech -- there are eight -- defines the classification of a word. For example, run is a verb, house is a noun and so forth. A figure of speech is a phrase used fo…r emphasis which is not real. For example, 'you eat like a horse' doesn't mean that the person eats standing on all fours with chin in trough munching on oats. That figure of speech means that the person consumes more than average amounts of food. So a figure of speech is not a part of speech in the sense implied by your question. Another answer: 'Figure of speech' is a noun phrase.
Had by itself is not a figure of speech. But there are figures of speech that use had. You've been had. 3. If you have been had, someone has tricked you,… for example by selling you something at too high a price. You've had it now, wait till Dad gets home. 4. If you say that someone has had it, you mean they are in very serious trouble or have no hope of succeeding. I've had it, I'm going home. 5. If you say that you have had it, you mean that you are very tired of something or very annoyed about it, and do not want to continue doing it or it to continue happening. (INFORMAL)
The tea was ready.
no it is not
not hungry on a diet too busy work/meeting feeling sick
A form of expression used to convey meaning of heighten effect often by comparing or identifying one thing with another that has a meaning or connotation familiar to the reade…r or listener.
The word starving is a verb. It is the present participle of theverb to starve.
The word skipped is a verb. It is the past tense of the verb skip.