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In both "Miracles" and "in Just—," the poets use images that appeal to the senses. In a paragraph, compare the use of imagery in the two poems. First, present images in each poem that appeal to the senses of sight, sound, and touch. Then, state at least one way in which the imagery in the two poems is different and one way that it is the same. Include details from the poems in your paragraph.

asked by Shawn
  1. This is your assignment, and it seems very clear to me. What are your questions about this assignment?

    posted by Writeacher
  2. I just need clarification on it

    posted by Shawn
  3. I need the Answer ASAP or else I'll fail please help me please

    posted by Anonymous
  4. For anyone who is reading this. This a unit test and no person should cheat on it. Just read what the questions want and then read both the poems and then boom! You have your answer. Think for yourselves!

    posted by Scarletwolf
  5. ...
    i just have no words

    posted by Ms. Sands
  6. I honestly couldn't tell you, but just don't listen to the people telling you not to cheat, like scarletwolf. Probably trying to cheat as well. If you respond to this post in under 2 hours, I can give you all of the answers to the closed book portion of the test.

    posted by Connections LA
  7. Answers?

    posted by yes
  8. 1.A
    2.A
    3.A
    4.D
    5.C
    6.D
    7.C
    8.B
    9.B
    10.C
    11.B
    12.B
    13.B
    14. Add something for Repeation to Mwuahaha's awnser. ~search Q one and look at that line of confusion~
    15.C
    16.C
    17.A
    18.B
    100% i posted the answers from the test for Lesson 19: Sounds and Ideas Unit Test
    Language Arts 7 B Unit 2: Sounds and Ideas For Connexus ALCA but as ive noticed it works for other schools and grades too. Hope this helped. ^^
    ~Blue ^~^
    As for the open book part.... I cam here for help aswell >.<

    posted by Blue ^~^
  9. BLUE IS WRONG I GOT 8/17 USING THOSE ANSWERS

    posted by sigh
  10. The test changes for every person dont bother cheating.

    posted by queen of hell
  11. What I believe what we have to do is compare he use of imagery in the two poems. First, present images in each poem that appeal to the senses of sight, sound, and touch.

    posted by Julio
  12. In "in Just-" says "When the world is puddle wonderful, the queer old balloon man whistles far and wee." And in "Miracles" it says "Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water". They both paint a picture of it as if it were in real life. But they are different because It is impossible for a man to be picked up by balloons. So it is less realistic then "In Just-"


    posted by Julio
  13. 8/17 using blue VERY ANGRY

    posted by BOYS R LIFE
  14. Blue, child, dear frind, idiot, person you~ The questions are 100% right for Connexus academy for success ~ALABAMA CONNECTIONS ACADEMY!!~ But saying iut works for other schools and grades might not be that smart, Dearie -~-
    And Julio, Sweetie, oh thank you for the answer!!!!

    posted by Cazzy ^~^ X_X

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