anonymous
  • anonymous
“Give me a place to stand, Archimedes said, “and I can move the world.” These words show which figurative language? A. paradox B. satire C. simile D. metaphor
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it would be satire
welshfella
  • welshfella
I think it is a metaphor. What Archimedes means that given the right tools - like a lever , for instance, we can achieve greater things than is to be expected. 'Moving the world' is a metaphor for these achievements.
anonymous
  • anonymous
but a metaphor is coming two things without using like or as

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snivvles.com
  • snivvles.com
its a simile
snivvles.com
  • snivvles.com
similes use like or as
snivvles.com
  • snivvles.com
so it has to be a metaohor
snivvles.com
  • snivvles.com
*metaphor
welshfella
  • welshfella
well i don't think its satire I think a metaphor is the most likely.
snivvles.com
  • snivvles.com
actually it might be a paradox, because he can't stand anywhere if he moves the world.
welshfella
  • welshfella
ha! good point!

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