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Select the line that presents onomatopoeia. A. "...[I] went where he sat on a long and led him in..." B. "...Through the swung half-door... I saw him limpsy and weak..." C. "I heard his motions crackling the twigs of the woodpile..." D. "...He staid with me a week before he was recuperated..."

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first off do you like english? did you take notes on onomatopoeia?
Onomatopoeia is a figure of speech that represents some 'sound'.
Yep, and no. :P

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xD kidding about the first part. whats your guess?
I'm guessing C?
Like, the water *slushed* in the well, or the *crackle* of fire, etc.. Yes Monsieur, your guess is correct!!
Lol your such a doubter man... you already know it by guessing
Thanks guys! (: Helped me a lot!
Haha, anyways... so what was conveying the onomatopoeia here @marcoduuuh ??
What? Haha sorry, didn't understand.
What conveys the onomatopoeia? the word or the phrase?

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