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Use the clue in parentheses to write a metaphor to complete each sentence. My dog is (runs away often) a ___________. (Just a line, word does not need this many letters :P

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Do you know what a metaphor is?
Some I've already answered, Her eyes were (sparkling) like "diamonds". So you were supposed to put something that sparkles. So I put diamonds.
And yes I do know what a metaphor is. It is something that is said sarcastically or means something else.

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maybe "escape artist" ?
Ha ha... Ok :P I told my parents maybe like a chicken at McDonalds! :P
Oh!!! What about Houdini my parents just said. How he used to get out of everything.
Does the "like a" rule apply here? Doesnt it always with metaphors?
No you are thinking of a simile. Similes always have like or as they are comparing things. Metaphors have "as" kind of like, " She was as light AS a feather."
Ah, thanks!

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