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I forgot to include the following statements I need to prepare for tomorrow. Thank you very much for your last corrections writeacher!
1)An omniscient narrator has an unlimited point of view OR He tells the story from an unlimited point of view. An internal narrator is also a first-person narrator.2
2)A simile is a stated comparison between two dissimilar things (made explicit: a synonym?) through the use of a word of comparison such as "like" or "as".
3)The poet considers the wind like (or as) a guest, a timid mad who is tapping at the poet’s door in order to be let in.
4)The wind is presented like a guest / the poet is described as a guest (is the use of like, as correct? She, like a host, invited him to enter OR She invited him to enter like a host?
5)She couldn’t offer him a chair because it was like offering a sofa to the air OR to offer the wind a chair was as impossible as to offer a sofa to the air.
6)The poet is the host and the wind is the guest. (is the meaning of the two words correct?)
7)He tapped at the poet’s door (can you replace tapped with “hit lightly?)

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    For number 2, why don't you just say that a simile is a figure of speech that draws a comparison between two different things, using like or as.

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