check my answers? language arts

1. The fire's angder could no be contained.
A). personification ***
B.) simile
C.) metaphor

2. The flames ran along the deliberate rows of vines, like long curved fingers reaching for the horizon, lighting the night sky.
A). personification
B). simile
C). metaphor ***

3. ''We are like the phoenix,'' said Abuelite.
A). personification ***
b). simile
C). Metaphor.

4). He wouldn't be grinning like a proud rooster then.
A). personification
B). simile
C). metaphor

Please check my answers and tell me if I'm correct or not! Thank you so very much!

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  1. Sorry! I just realized I didn't mark the last one. My answer was C, metaphor.

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  2. 1. If you mean "anger," then yes.

    2. No

    3. No

    4. No

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    Writeacher
  3. http://literary-devices.com/

    Study the differences here.

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    Writeacher
  4. Okay, I fixed my answers. Here are the new answers.

    1. Personification
    2. Simile
    3. Simile
    4. Simile

    Thank you for helping!

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  5. Yes, they are right now.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. Okay, thank you so much Ms. Sue and Writeacher!

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  7. You're welcome!

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    Writeacher
  8. yes they are correct you did a great job ;)

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  9. Answers for practice AND quick check:
    Practice:
    A (Personification)
    B (Simile)
    B (Simile)
    B (Simile)
    Quick Check:
    D (He likes Sal but is awkward when showing it.)
    A (Chaotic)
    C (Willing to trust others)
    100% on BOTH of them :3

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  10. Thanks Vixen-Connexus
    He/She is correct i got a 4/4 aka 100%

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  11. Im doing my HAPPY DANCE! Vixin is right! And now I wont fail language arts! ♡♡♥♥♡♥

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  12. I think you might with that kind of grammar. You just said "wont", and "I'm". Correction won't, and I'm.

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  13. a
    b
    b
    b

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  14. a
    b
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    b

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  15. For mine it was
    1. Personification
    2. Personification
    3.Simile
    4. Simile

    These answers may be wrong for you but they were right for me , always check before you answer because sometimes the tests have different answers

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  16. Thanks Vixen! I also agree with Kool-Aid Girl. The second one was Personification.

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  17. yeetus to the fetus

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  18. like this comment if you hate school heh (im ded inside -_-)

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  19. kool aid girl is correct

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  20. like me pls

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  21. Thanks kool aid!

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  22. Thx

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  23. Vixen my fellow Connects classmate.

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  24. A
    B
    B
    B
    still works in 2020

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  25. i come from michingan connection academy(give me a thumbs up if you go to ANY CONNECTIONS ACADMY'S!!!!!!)

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  26. Thank you all
    a
    b
    b
    b
    was correct for me!

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  27. the practice updated is a a b b

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  28. its bbb

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  29. For me, The practice was
    1. A
    2. A
    3. B
    4. B
    Figurative language Practice Connexus

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  30. Practice
    A
    B
    B
    B

    Quick Check
    D
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    C
    100%

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  31. Best buy

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