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How are the poems "The Black Snake" and "Vern" alike? A. The rhythm in both poems is slow. B. They both have speakers who are enthusiastic and positive about the animal in their poem. C. The tone in both poems is sad. D. They both have speakers who want nothing more than to set an animal they love free.

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  1. anonymous
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    B. They both have speakers who are enthusiastic and positive about the animal in their poem.

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    Yes, I did this question yesterday.

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    you in k12

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    yup

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    me to what class what teacher

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    Intermediate Literature A and Amanda Glantz

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    oh i have jim hazzlet

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    raven claw

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    Which line from "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" contains alliteration? A. "A spotted shaft is seen—" B. "And then it closes at your feet" C. "The Grass divides as with a Comb—" D. "And opens further on—"

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    what about raven claw?

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    thats the group

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    im in

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    A."A spotted shaft is seen—"

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    Which two works express the idea that animals can be great companions? A. "Vern" and "Zlateh the Goat" B. "The Naming of Cats" and "The Rum Tum Tugger" C. "The Cat and the Moon" and "Ode to Mi Gato" D. "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" and "The Black Snake"

  16. anonymous
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    A. "Vern" and "Zlateh the Goat"

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    Which works are about animals that are very independent? A. "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" and "Stray" B. "Ode to Mi Gato" and "Vern" C. "Rum Tum Tugger" and "The Naming of Cats" D. "Stray" and "Ode to Mi Gato"

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    C. "Rum Tum Tugger" and "The Naming of Cats"

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    In "Zlateh the Goat," what does Aaron think Zlateh is doing when she answers Aaron with "Maaaa, maaa"? A. talking to him B. pleading for help C. showing her hunger D. acting on instinct

  22. anonymous
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    A. talking to him

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    Which is one way that Emily wingspaninson's "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" is different from Patricia Hubbell's "The Black Snake"? A. wingspaninson's poem never uses the word "snake." B. wingspaninson's poem contains no punctuation. C. Hubbell's poem does not rhyme. D. Hubbell's poem does not contain any figurative language.

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    i might have to close

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    A. wingspaninson's poem never uses the word "snake."

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    Which is one way "that The Naming of Cats" and "The Rum Tum Tugger" are alike? A. Neither poem rhymes. B. Neither poem focuses on cats that live with people. C. They both compare cats to dogs. D. They are both humorous.

  29. anonymous
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    D. They are both humorous.

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    Which lines contain a metaphor? A. "and the lamplight fell / narrow and thin / a carpet unrolled / for the cat to walk in." B. "and left behind her, / bead upon bead, / the track of small feet / like dark fern seed." C. "Slowly, smoothly, / Black as the night, / with paws unseen / (white upon white)" D. "like a queen who walks / down a corridor / the black cat paced / that cold smooth floor—"

  31. anonymous
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    A. "and the lamplight fell / narrow and thin / a carpet unrolled / for the cat to walk in."

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    How are "The Open Door" and "The Cat and the Moon" alike? A. They both focus on a single cat rather than many cats. B. They both contain snowy imagery. C. They both compare cats to the moon. D. They both liken cats' movements to dancing.

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    A. They both focus on a single cat rather than many cats.

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    good bye

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    yay

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    bye

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