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Homework Help: Langauge Arts - Simile/Matephor

Posted by L0velyLayna on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 12:23pm.

Is the phrase "like a moth to a flame" a simile or metaphor? i can see both....

Similes always use "like" or "as", which the phrase has "like" although it's not comparing...

So my answer is metaphor, but I'm not sure. Help!

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