anonymous
  • anonymous
The saying, "In like a lion, out like a lamb" is often used to describe the month of March. Using what you know about animal symbolism, which of the following best explains the meaning of the saying? The beginning of the month is for celebrating common people. The end of the month is for celebrating royalty. The weather at the beginning of the month is fierce, while the weather at the end of the month is gentle and calm. Everyone can enjoy the month of March, even all of the animals. The beginning of the month is quiet and lazy, while the end of the month is productive.
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@AG23
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Marcorie
AG23
  • AG23
i think The beginning of the month is for celebrating common people. The end of the month is for celebrating royalty.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
thought it was B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah its not A its definitely B
anonymous
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@zay850

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