Language Arts

The walrus and the carpenter
The sun was shining on the sea
Shining with all his might
He did his very best to make
the billows smooth and bright
And this was odd because it was
the middle of the night

The moon was shining sulkily
Because she thought the sun
had no business to be there
After the day was done
Its very rude of him, she said
To come and spoil the fun

What type of figurative language was used in lines 1-4 of the poem.
A.Simile
B.Metaphor
C.personification---
D.Symbol

What conclusion can you draw about the moon in the poem.
A.She believes the night belongs to her, not the sun
B.She is angry because the sun is keeping her from sleeping
C.She is jealous of how much brighter the sun is than she is---
D.She is having fun shining with the sun

Can someone please help me and correct me.

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  1. I agree with both your answers.

  2. I memorized this same poem! Nice. And your answers are correct btw

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  3. 1.C
    2.C
    3.D
    4.A
    5.A
    6.D
    7.A
    8.C
    9.B
    10.C
    11.A
    12.C
    13.B
    14.essay
    15.C
    16.D
    17.A
    18.B
    hope this helps! (for connexus) :)

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  4. Idk who to trust in this so many people were saying that they were right and wrong when I take it If I remember I WILL tell the truth I swear on the WORLDS life even though it is during anyway that I will tell the truth and nothing but the truth btw I will be taking it on Friday!

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  5. Dying*

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  6. @Hello was the answers correct?

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