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“Aunt Dessie unfolded out of the car like a carpenter’s ruler” is an example of (1 point)
a. personification.
b. symbol.
c. simile.
d. metaphor.
i think it is b.

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    You think wrong.

    Please study the definitions and examples of these words.

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    What one of those types of figuative language do you use like or as in? That would be the correct answer.

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