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Homework Help: Literature

Posted by mysterychicken on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at 6:35am.

5. The form of figurative language that uses LIKE, AS, THAN, or RESEMBLES to compare two dissimilar thing is
a. a simile
b. a direct metaphor
c. an implied metaphor
d. personification
A

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-MC

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