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anonymous
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Yes?
anonymous
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Is there a question you need help with @funnygirl
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

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anonymous
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Hmm
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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Thinkinggg
anonymous
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Maybe my friend could help with this because I don't want to answer something wrong
anonymous
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@KAKES1967 Think you could help?
anonymous
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tbh I would think a large group of people
anonymous
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oh ok
anonymous
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But idk... what'd you think @KAKES1967
anonymous
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hmm
anonymous
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But the answer I think is like really obvious
anonymous
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Definitely not rocks because the daffodil is a flower of elegance and rocks are more of a rough type.
anonymous
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And not dangerous animals I don't think. Again daffodil, elegance.
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?
anonymous
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Yes i believe @Lamiy is correct but im thinking the last one to
anonymous
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im checking though so give me a minute
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.
anonymous
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So, we're left with A and D as I've already eliminated the choices B and C
anonymous
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Maybe the people were dressed in elegance?
anonymous
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i say A
anonymous
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I would agree with A because the people could've been dressed up in elegance and described as daffodils
anonymous
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i say this because people arent daffodils and it says people in a so hold on lemme see
anonymous
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Alright :P
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.
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.
anonymous
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Sorry i poofed. I was yelling at someone in chat
anonymous
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Just go with @Lamiy he is always correct...
anonymous
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Who? That person?
anonymous
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I'll just tell them to stop talking to me. They're really getting on my nerves
anonymous
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who
anonymous
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Someone who keeps arguing and stuff. so I stopped studying Computer Science and just forgot about the argument.
anonymous
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ohh
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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"
anonymous
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So back to the question
anonymous
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@CBARREDO1 Do you have any idea?
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What's the question?
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
anonymous
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We already eliminated B and C
anonymous
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Only possiblities are A and D
anonymous
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*possibilities
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.
anonymous
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um where does it say stars shine?

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