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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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  1. erdog82
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    Do you know what a metaphor is?

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  2. juciystar234
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    Some I've already answered, Her eyes were (sparkling) like "diamonds". So you were supposed to put something that sparkles. So I put diamonds.

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    And yes I do know what a metaphor is. It is something that is said sarcastically or means something else.

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  4. erdog82
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    maybe "escape artist" ?

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  5. juciystar234
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    Ha ha... Ok :P I told my parents maybe like a chicken at McDonalds! :P

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  6. juciystar234
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    Oh!!! What about Houdini my parents just said. How he used to get out of everything.

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    o3o

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  8. Ashleyisakitty
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    Does the "like a" rule apply here? Doesnt it always with metaphors?

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  9. juciystar234
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    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."

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    Ah, thanks!

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