posted by Shella on .
What is the chief rhetorical featuren of this sentence? the baby was like an oxctopus, grabbing at all the toys.
This questions can be asking many different things so hopefully this it what you are wanting....
If you are wanting to know the type of sentence it is a simile.
If you wanting to know which part of the sentence makes it "Rhetorical sentence" I am 99% sure it is:
(The baby was like and octopus)
Remember it as anything that is very effective in the sentence and/or is Persuasive. Basically it stands out.
Sorry for the rambling, hopefully this helped. :)
Julie's post is not only incorrect; it's very difficult to make sense of. I'm surprised.
The type of sentence is declarative.
The rhetorical device is simile, as Ms. Sue already replied.
I don't know what the rest of this is supposed to mean.