anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyone know figurative language?
English
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone help me find figurative language in "As a gardener protects a new plant from a strong storm, the motorcycle police protectively surrounded the line of school buses from the angry bystanders."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry if I dont reply immediately, I'm a bit laggy rn.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Check it out in here: http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-figurative-language.html

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M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
in a figurative sentence can also be considered as a comparative so as something is to something else
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know, but I looked it over so many times. It was out of two choices, and I got the last one wrong because it wasn't the correct one..
anonymous
  • anonymous
I can't get another one wrong or I fail, and I'm too far in the course to...
anonymous
  • anonymous
@M3GA-BIT3
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
ok well find your as a in the sentance..
anonymous
  • anonymous
"As a gardener protects a plant..."
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
YAAASSSSSS!!!!!!! nice job
anonymous
  • anonymous
But that doesn't sound comparative.
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
sorry comparative was not the word i should have used it was more of a simile
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
its relating the action to another
anonymous
  • anonymous
A simile is comparing two things, right? That's comparative, unless I learned incorrectly.
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
the police guard the buses fron angry people as a farmer protects his plant from a storm
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
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anonymous
  • anonymous
OH! THANK YOU! I thought it was using literal sentences! I completely overlooked that.
M3GA-BIT3
  • M3GA-BIT3
lol ur good and no problem any time:) good luck on the rest of your class
anonymous
  • anonymous
It says I chose a best response, but it's not popping the "+1" up..
anonymous
  • anonymous
nvm. It just did.

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