niahloves
  • niahloves
Which best describes how Aaron feels when he and Zlateh are trapped by the snowstorm? A. He feels foolish and immature for not listening to his father. B. He feels comforted and sustained by her companionship at this time. C. He feels isolated by the animal's failure to understand the danger they face. D. He fees thrilled because Zlateh's ability to talk surely means that he will be allowed to keep her.
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niahloves
  • niahloves
@YK.PAPI
anonymous
  • anonymous
did u read it
niahloves
  • niahloves
no

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmmm let me see
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok do u have a guess wat it is
niahloves
  • niahloves
i know it's not a
niahloves
  • niahloves
it's not c
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ncruz my frann gon help me wit this one
niahloves
  • niahloves
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok do you have the story
niahloves
  • niahloves
no
anonymous
  • anonymous
thit you reed it
anonymous
  • anonymous
do u know the name of it
niahloves
  • niahloves
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
wats the name
anonymous
  • anonymous
you dount havet ?and now i dount now but if you have the story i could help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
maybe if she tell me the story i could copy and paste it
niahloves
  • niahloves
Zlateh the Goat
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
is dat it
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thit you reedet
niahloves
  • niahloves
?
anonymous
  • anonymous
which do you think it is
niahloves
  • niahloves
idk
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk?
niahloves
  • niahloves
i don't know
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok reeded
anonymous
  • anonymous
or find the part wear they are in the snow
anonymous
  • anonymous
wen you finded you will see how those Zlathe
anonymous
  • anonymous
feels
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok tell me wen you have reeded and send me a message and we you have finded
anonymous
  • anonymous
i feel like its b
anonymous
  • anonymous
i will put you as fan ok
niahloves
  • niahloves
hold up im reading now
anonymous
  • anonymous
its long as hell
niahloves
  • niahloves
I'm finish with the story
niahloves
  • niahloves
@ncruz
anonymous
  • anonymous
so wat do u think it is
niahloves
  • niahloves
it's b or d i don;t know what to pick
anonymous
  • anonymous
i thought b wat it
niahloves
  • niahloves
this is soooooo hard im just goting to go with B
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
niahloves
  • niahloves
Which best describes how the speakers in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" and "The Black Snake" view snakes? A. The speaker in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" is afraid of snakes, while the speaker in "The Black Snake" is not. B. The speaker in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" loves snakes, while the speaker in "The Black Snake" does not trust them. C. The speaker in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" thinks snakes are very smart, while the speaker in "The Black Snake" thinks they are foolish animals. D. The speaker in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" has a pet snake, while the speaker in "The Black Snake" does not.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i would go wit d
niahloves
  • niahloves
ok im about to read it right quick
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
niahloves
  • niahloves
i go with d too
niahloves
  • niahloves
Which is one way "that The Naming of Cats" and "The Rum Tum Tugger" are alike? A. They are both humorous. B. Neither poem focuses on cats that live with people. C. They both compare cats to dogs. D. Neither poem rhymes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a nother quastion
niahloves
  • niahloves
yes
niahloves
  • niahloves
Which lines contain a metaphor? A. "like a queen who walks / down a corridor / the black cat paced / that cold smooth floor—" B. "Slowly, smoothly, / Black as the night, / with paws unseen / (white upon white)" C. "and left behind her, / bead upon bead, / the track of small feet / like dark fern seed." D. "and the lamplight fell / narrow and thin / a carpet unrolled / for the cat to walk in."
niahloves
  • niahloves
@ncruz can you help?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the truth i not good on methaphors sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
but i will try
anonymous
  • anonymous
D?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got a
anonymous
  • anonymous
or c A metaphor is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable, so your answer is C, since 'dark fern seed' is literally applied there.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok his beter than me
niahloves
  • niahloves
Which lines contain a simile? A. "lay the snow in a long / unruffled floor" B. "like a queen who walks / down a corridor" C. "a carpet unrolled / for the cat to walk in." D. "and left behind her, / bead upon bead,"
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait i could help you on this one wait a moment ill be quik ok
niahloves
  • niahloves
ok
niahloves
  • niahloves
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
the use of simile.of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind, used to make a description more emphatic or vivid (e.g., as brave as a lion, crazy like a fox ). the use of simile.
niahloves
  • niahloves
so it's B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
niahloves
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How are "The Open Door" and "The Cat and the Moon" alike?
anonymous
  • anonymous
wat quastio is that
anonymous
  • anonymous
question
niahloves
  • niahloves
reading
niahloves
  • niahloves
How are "The Open Door" and "The Cat and the Moon" alike? A. They both liken cats' movements to dancing. B. They both compare cats to the moon. C. They both focus on a single cat rather than many cats. D. They both contain snowy imagery.
kawii2004
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whats the awnser

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