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Is "Shake it off." an idiom?

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I think it is. I looked in the idiom dictionary and it was in there so i guess yeah.
Is "Pull it together." another one? haha
yep it is :)

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They're both idioms because they may not mean the literal term.
yesssss =)
Alright, thank you! One more question, the line "Your life fell apart in your hands," is that a metaphor?
yes ^^ its not literal or actually happening, so yes its a metaphor
Yeah i agree its a metaphor.
Well, that wasnt one more question, THIS is my last one! The term "It's pulling you under." What is that?
hm..any context? that could be personification, 'it' possibly being inanimate, this sentence would be giving it person-like characteristics
Yeah "it's" I think is supposed to be someone's demeanor
so yes, the demeanor is not alive itself, so the answer is personification
Thank you so much :)

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