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"Listen, your my prize pupil."

Is he comparing the other person as a prize pupil without using like or as?

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    yea i think that's a metaphor

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    No, it's not a metaphor. The adjective prize means "worthy of a prize."

    Metaphors compare unlike things -- and that sentence doesn't compare anything.

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    ah i thought wrong. Thanks Ms. Sue for pointing that out

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    And "your" should be "you're"

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    distraught like a bird that has felt the graze of talons on its wing

  • Is this a metaphor? - ,

    "...the old man rubbed his bristly white wiskers..."

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