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  1. anonymous
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    Yes?

  2. anonymous
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    Is there a question you need help with @funnygirl

  3. anonymous
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    What does William Wordsworth compare the daffodils to in the following lines? When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; a large group of people a small collection of rocks a group of dangerous animals a stanza of profound poetry

  4. anonymous
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    Hmm

  5. anonymous
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    lol

  6. anonymous
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    Thinkinggg

  7. anonymous
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    Maybe my friend could help with this because I don't want to answer something wrong

  8. anonymous
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    @KAKES1967 Think you could help?

  9. anonymous
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    tbh I would think a large group of people

  10. anonymous
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    oh ok

  11. anonymous
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    But idk... what'd you think @KAKES1967

  12. anonymous
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    hmm

  13. anonymous
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    But the answer I think is like really obvious

  14. anonymous
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    Definitely not rocks because the daffodil is a flower of elegance and rocks are more of a rough type.

  15. anonymous
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    And not dangerous animals I don't think. Again daffodil, elegance.

  16. anonymous
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    So I would think A. But I would not be 100% positive with myself here. What do you guys think?

  17. anonymous
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    Yes i believe @Lamiy is correct but im thinking the last one to

  18. anonymous
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    im checking though so give me a minute

  19. anonymous
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    Well he does mention the "crowd" and I do not think the answer would be mentioned in the question. Yet again, it could be.

  20. anonymous
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    So, we're left with A and D as I've already eliminated the choices B and C

  21. anonymous
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    Maybe the people were dressed in elegance?

  22. anonymous
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    i say A

  23. anonymous
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    I would agree with A because the people could've been dressed up in elegance and described as daffodils

  24. anonymous
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    i say this because people arent daffodils and it says people in a so hold on lemme see

  25. anonymous
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    Alright :P

  26. anonymous
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    But at the top it says what does William Wordsworth COMPARE the following lines with. The key words are compare. There is no literal sense implied.

  27. anonymous
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    Suddenly ("all at once"), the speaker sees a group of daffodil flowers. We tend to think of daffodils as "yellow," but he uses the more majestic-sounding "golden." He calls them a "crowd," so they must be packed tightly together. Then he elaborates on "crowd" by adding the noun "host." A host is just a big group. Yes, "host" and "crowd" mean pretty much the same thing. Ah, but that’s where the connotations come in, those vague associations that attach to certain words. A "crowd" is associated with groups of people, while "host" is associated with angels, because people often refer to a "host of angels." Coupled with the description of their angelic "golden" color, we seem to be dealing with some very special daffodils.

  28. anonymous
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    Sorry i poofed. I was yelling at someone in chat

  29. anonymous
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    Just go with @Lamiy he is always correct...

  30. anonymous
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    Who? That person?

  31. anonymous
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    I'll just tell them to stop talking to me. They're really getting on my nerves

  32. anonymous
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    who

  33. anonymous
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    Someone who keeps arguing and stuff. so I stopped studying Computer Science and just forgot about the argument.

  34. anonymous
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    ohh

  35. anonymous
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    They're really getting on my nerves. They kept saying "'NO THAT'S NOT WHAT YOU'RE SUPPOSE TO DO FOR JAVA!!!" I was like ""You know what just forget it"

  36. anonymous
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    So back to the question

  37. anonymous
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    @CBARREDO1 Do you have any idea?

  38. CBARREDO1
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    What's the question?

  39. anonymous
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    What does William Wordsworth compare the daffodils to in the following lines? When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; a large group of people a small collection of rocks a group of dangerous animals a stanza of profound poetry

  40. anonymous
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    We already eliminated B and C

  41. anonymous
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    Only possiblities are A and D

  42. anonymous
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    *possibilities

  43. CBARREDO1
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    I believe D because, the poet compares the daffodils with the stars that shine and stretch in never ending line on the Milky way continuously the daffodils toss their heads and sprightly dance.

  44. anonymous
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    um where does it say stars shine?

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