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i think its both a and b but i can only choose one
metaphor i think
i hate english
i think its b because it describes what he's feeling and tasting... its almost like you can also taste and see it..
yes i thought so too!! but then the last sentence shows foreshadowing so i was lost :P
berries +sweetness = imagery :)
it is A. he foreshadows it would not last longer. The other stuff is description. Imagery is not precisely description
ohhh i see thx!!
I agree with foreshadowing because he is perciving something that hasn't took place yet
well thats true also.... im not the best at English, just trying my best (:
haha thats why i dont tutor english
Alright then its 2 over 1 anybody else?
but i still say its imagery.... but im no teacher.. (;
what do the directions say? because imagery and forshadowing could both be right.
What literary device is the following an example of?
thats the directions
oh man that wasn't very helpful
imagery deals with describing things with your imagination. Description is just describing the facts. Here, the facts are being described. It is not imagery.
then its settled i will put foreshadowing and i will tell u when i get dun in like 15 if tht was rite ^^
okay actually it seems I was right and wrong. some dictionaries say imagery is to evoke emotions and sensations in the reader based on description.
hey, your question asked which literary device was used: I think Imagery is a literary device, not foreshadowing. So I would go with Imagery
ah I can't make up my mind. Seems foreshadowing is also a literary device. Sorry cant be of much help lol
they are all literary devices
okay, well I wouldn't know.
she should go with imagery
i just went with foreshadowing bc more people told me to go with that but we'll ll learn wat the answer is whenever im dun!! ^^ it auto corrects it ^^
i didnt read the whole thing yeaaa go with foreshadowing