Language Arts

One why does the speaker of thumbprint compare her thumbprint to her signature? (1 point)
A. both are unique indications of her individuality *****
B. both are made in blue ink and appear on the same sheet of paper
C. both control her interior weather
D. both are made with her right hand

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  1. Is this what you're referring to?

    http://poetry20041.tripod.com/thumbprint.html

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    Writeacher
  2. If that's the poem you're referring to, then your answer is correct.

    If not ... then I don't know!

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  3. I agree with Writeacher, I think it's A.

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  4. does anyone have the answers to the full quiz?

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  5. the answers for the full quiz for me are
    1. A
    2. D
    3. A
    4. essay
    5. D
    6. A
    7. B
    8. B
    9. B
    10. A
    11. essay
    might be different for you but these are the answers that would've gotten me 100%

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  6. thanks hm

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  7. Is hm correct?

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  8. HM IS CORRECT!!! 9/9 right for multiple choice!

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  9. hm is correcctt

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  10. Tysm hm, it was perfect! Here is #4:

    All these sound devices help contribute to the musical feel of all four poems. For example, thumbprint says “in a unique design: mine alone. What a treasure to own!” This clearly sounds musical, because the rhyme flows well together. In the poem “Ring out Bells” rhythm is shown when it says (pick whatever stanza u want XD). All the lines in this poem have eight syllables, showing rhythm. Very musical indeed! (Show example of onomatopoeia from question 2, part of Cat!) Lastly, there is alliteration. Use “casements catch” as a form of alliteration for last part. Then say all these make the poem sound musical, and bla bla bla XD GL!!

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  11. Hm is correct !

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