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    @BishopPatton

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    do you know this one

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    How are "Ode to Mi Gato" and "The Cat and the Moon" different? A. The speaker in "Ode to Mi Gato" shows great love and affection to his cat, while the speaker in "The Cat and the Moon" respects his cat but shows it little affection. B. "Ode to Mi Gato" is serious and somber in tone, while "The Cat and the Moon" is light and silly. C. "Ode to Mi Gato" is a poem about the speaker's grief over his lost cat, while "The Cat and the Moon" celebrates the return of the speaker's cat. D. The speaker in "Ode to Mi Gato" thinks his cat is mysterious, while the speaker in "The Cat and the Moon" views his cat as playful and funny.

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    BRB

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    yeeeeeeeeeees.... i just took this assessment!!! answer is A

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    In "The Black Snake," what literary device do the lines "Rolled like a rubber tire, / Ribbed and round" contain? A. a metaphor B. onomatopoeia C. alliteration D. personification

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    C i believe

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    Which two works express the idea that cats can be distant and cool rather than friendly and warm with their owners? A. "Vern" and "Stray" B. "Ode to Mi Gato" and "The Black Snake" C. "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" and "The Naming of Cats" D. "The Rum Tum Tugger" and "The Cat and the Moon"

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    D

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