jmansedg
  • jmansedg
What is meant by the following metaphor: "The students were vultures circling the new student."? A. The students swarmed the student in hopes of being friends. B. The students were sizing up the new student by standing around and staring. C. The students were afraid of the new student so they kept their distance. D. The students were waiting on the right time to approach the new student.
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  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Vultures usually hover to find prey. Which choice is comparing them to hovering?
jmansedg
  • jmansedg
a
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct !

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