kitzia
  • kitzia
What type of writing paints with words? expository descriptive argumentative relative
English
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  • schrodinger
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sasabina123
  • sasabina123
Do you have a guess?
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
@kitzia ???
kitzia
  • kitzia
yes

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sasabina123
  • sasabina123
What is your guess?
kitzia
  • kitzia
i have no idea :(
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
Which type of writing makes it the easiest to imagine a setting or a character?
kitzia
  • kitzia
descriptive?
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
That would be correct. Nice job
kitzia
  • kitzia
thanks :D
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
np
kitzia
  • kitzia
Which of the following is an example of personification? I am as tired as a lizard. I sang a million songs. The fire ate through the forest. The rain fell in monstrous drops.
kitzia
  • kitzia
is the first one ? @sasabina123
sasabina123
  • sasabina123
Personification would be giving an object human qualities, so it wouldn't be the first one because you are a living thing and it is using I.

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