As I walked past the bakery, the sweet, rich aroma of pastries floated through the air and tickled my nose.
Question 13 of 20
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When the jockey had a cold at the Kentucky Derby, everyone said that he was a little hoarse.
Question 14 of 20
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When I wake up in the morning, I can hear the “tweet tweet” of bird outside my window.
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Help please I'm failed.
1. D. - I believe the way it is explaining it is imagery.
2. A. - Since they are referencing that everyone else was 'hoarse' they are probably talking metaphorically.
3. C. - I think it's an idiom.
Overall these are my answers, which I'm pretty sure are incorrect.
Which answers did you pick? I'm not the best with language to be honest, so... I'm probably wrong with my answers.
I hope this helps somehow!
1.D: Describing the area
2.D: Pun because a jockey is someone who rides a horse (he was a little hoarse).
3.A: "tweet, tweet" is a onomatopoeia. (Onomatopoeia examples are: Boom, crack, pow, phwump etc)
That's what I think they are.