Figurative Language

Question : Music is the salve that soothes us
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Answer: Metaphor?
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Clues: Metaphor, Simile or Personification?

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  1. Right! Metaphor

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you !

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  3. You're welcome, Cameron.

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  4. Thank you miss Sue used this during test 🤫

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