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1. What is the relationship between an idiomatic and a literal phrase?

A. A literal phrase is the straightforward language that interprets the figurative meaning of an idiomatic phrase.

*B. An idiomatic phrase presents non-literal language that influences the connotation of the literal phrase.

C. An idiomatic phrase restates the meaning of a literal phrase to make it easier for a reader to understand.

D. A literal phrase indirectly states the meaning of an idiomatic phrase.


2. A student is trying to understand the meaning of an unfamiliar word in a paragraph. The paragraph does not contain any examples of figurative language, and the student has already identified the unfamiliar word as a noun.

What strategy would work best in order for the student to define the word?
look for context clues

*A. Look for context clues
B. determine the part of speech
C. identify idioms
D. examine sentence logic

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  1. 1. I think there's a better choice.

    2. correct

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  2. Thank you! Is #1 A?

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