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The sentences in the body of a paragraph tell more about the topic sentence. A. True B. False
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What is a simile?
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A simile is a rhetorical figure expressing comparison or likeness that directly compares two objects through some connective word such as like, as, so, than, or many other verbs such as resembles.
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Clam?
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Clam is an informal term used to refer to any molluscans within Class Bivalvia.
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Planets that are mostly made of gas, but that are thought to have a rocky core, are called A. dwarf planets. B. gas giants. C. terrestrial bodies. D. giant comets.
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Planets that are mostly made of gas, but that are thought to have a rocky core, are called gas giants.
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The temperature at which the air can hold no more water is A. the dew point. B. relative humidity. C. runoff. D. evaporation.
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The temperature at which the air can hold no more water is: relative humidity.
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