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1.Read the sentence below:

Your anger at the game's final score is as my despair for my exam scores.

What type of figurative language does this sentence use?

A.Allusion
B.Analogy
C.Hyperbole
D.Simile****

2.Read the sentence below:

Simplicity is to garden design as symmetry is to building design.

What type of figurative language does this sentence use?

Analogy***
Allusion
Metaphor
Simile

3.Based on your knowledge of root words, what does -vert- mean?

A.Turn***
B.Send
C.Order
D.Feel

Someone check my answers please

1.D
2.A
3.A

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    All are right.

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