Read the passage. John is extremely social. Whenever we go to parties together, he flies from person to person, busily making friends with everyone. Which figure of speech, or literary device, is the author using in the passage? simile personification implied metaphor allusion

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Read the passage. John is extremely social. Whenever we go to parties together, he flies from person to person, busily making friends with everyone. Which figure of speech, or literary device, is the author using in the passage? simile personification implied metaphor allusion

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no simile has either like or as in it so it wouldn't be a
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i think is C B is personified by human trait
I was thinking that because simile has either like or as in it and this passage does not
but flies is not something that uses human trait
But i am stuck between c or d
metaphor is a comparison of two unlike things without using like or as
i think is C
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