anonymous
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What theme do "Vern" and "Stray" share? A. Animals can be a gift, but they bring frustration, too. B. Working hard and doing a job right brings personal satisfaction. C. Unexpected kindnesses from people bring great joy. D. Animals can offer people welcome friendship.
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anonymous
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anonymous
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animals can offer people welcome friendship.
anonymous
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anonymous
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Yea D
anonymous
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thx could u help me again
anonymous
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what's your next question?
anonymous
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Which lines from "Ode to Mi Gato" contain a simile? A. "With a meow / Like the rusty latch / On a gate. I carried" B. "For Halloween, / Because I dangled / A sock of chicken skin" C. "Him on the fender / Of an abandoned car. / He was a kitten," D. "And he stood on his / Hind legs. I love mi gato, / Porque I found"
anonymous
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so
anonymous
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I would say either a or c
anonymous
  • anonymous
A simile is a comparison of one thing to another, so the only thing that really has a simile in it would be a.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx
anonymous
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How is the animal in "Lone Dog" different from the animal in "Stray"? A. "Lone Dog" is about a friendly animal, while "Stray" is about a mean animal. B. "Lone Dog" is about an independent animal, while "Stray" is about an animal that needs people. C. "Lone Dog" is about a dog, while "Stray" is about a cat. D. "Lone Dog" is about a very young animal, while "Stray" is about a very old animal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
have u read it
anonymous
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I haven't read either one of these, so idk.. sorry.
anonymous
  • anonymous
try google.
anonymous
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do u go to k 12
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, gradpoint.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which best describes how Aaron feels when he and Zlateh are trapped by the snowstorm? A. He fees thrilled because Zlateh's ability to talk surely means that he will be allowed to keep her. B. He feels isolated by the animal's failure to understand the danger they face. C. He feels foolish and immature for not listening to his father. D. He feels comforted and sustained by her companionship at this time.
anonymous
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so
anonymous
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plz
anonymous
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B I do believe
anonymous
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B.
anonymous
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How does the punctuation that Patricia Hubbell uses in "The Black Snake" differ from the punctuation Emily wingspaninson uses in "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass"? A. Hubbell uses dashes to show the speaker's fear, while Dickinson uses question marks to show the speaker's confusion. B. Hubbell uses exclamation points to show the speaker's enthusiasm, while Dickinson uses dashes to create long pauses in the poem. C. Hubbell uses question marks to show the speaker's sense of wonder, while Dickinson uses exclamation points to give the poem an angry tone. D. Hubbell uses many commas to show the speaker's fear of snakes, while Dickinson uses periods to show the speaker's knowledge of snakes.
anonymous
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so
anonymous
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read the poems, finding the differences in punctuation shouldn't be that hard. I haven't read these.
anonymous
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