Yacoub1993
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"He was like a wingspan who thought the sun had risen to hear him crow." -George Eliot, Adam Bede, 1859 The quote above is an example of a(n): A. simile B. alliteration C. metaphor D. personification
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A "He was like.."
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
@exaggerate what do u mean by (A "He was like..")
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
i think it is D CORRECT me if i am wrong

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Yacoub1993
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@Ell any idea
Yacoub1993
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"Language is a road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going." -Rita Mae Brown The quote above is an example of a: A. personification B. metaphor C. simile D. alliteration
Ell
  • Ell
A simile is comparing two things using like or as. In the quote it said "He was like a..." Therefor, it would make it a simile Hope this helped!:) The second one would be a metaphor:) sorry i took so long to reply!

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