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liizzyliizz

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What does this mean? I am not quite sure "Is the language consonant with the figures of speech?"

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  1. liizzyliizz
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    :[

  2. LiliaKarina
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    I think it could mean 'Is the language correlative or corresponding to the figures of the speech?'

  3. liizzyliizz
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    That makes sense, in my opinion the original phrase was worded awkwardly. (Maybe it's just me though.)

  4. anonymous
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    well, a consonant are letters that aren't vowels...and sometimes y.

  5. LiliaKarina
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    There's another meaning for consonance, which is relation of equality or conformity

  6. liizzyliizz
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    Well I'm not sure if that's what it is asking.. (I am doing questions for the Poem: "Valediction: Forbidding Mourning" ) and it is asking: Is the language consonant with the figures of speech? I am not quite sure what it is asking me to do.

  7. LiliaKarina
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    Well, I say it is asking you for finding a relation between the language and the speech figures

  8. liizzyliizz
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    Sounds fair enough, Thank you for your time :D

  9. LiliaKarina
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    Sure :)

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