jmansedg
  • jmansedg
What is meant by the following example of figurative language: "The fog crept in on cat feet." A. The fog appeared suddenly and noticeably. B. The fog came quickly. C. The fog came quietly and unnoticeably. D. A cat got lost when the fog appeared.
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jamiebookeater
  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
c
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
Please do not give direct answers @gahoolianowl
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  • ayeeeitskateee
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anonymous
  • anonymous
cats are known for being fast and silent.
january123
  • january123
bc cats are very silent (well most anyway) and graceful, therefore the fog appeared without warning
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
C. The fog came quietly and unnoticeably. This is because cats sometimes appear out of nowhere, because they pad around softly (their footsteps are silent). The fog is being compared to a cat in its silent and sudden appearance.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay. it is duly noted

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