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What is the structure of a sonnet? A. 16 lines—four stanzas of four lines each B. 14 lines—an opening couplet, two stanzas of four lines each, and two concluding couplets C. 14 lines—three stanzas of four lines each and a concluding couplet D. 12 lines—an opening couplet, two stanzas of four lines each, and a concluding couplet
Weegy: C. 14 lines?three stanzas of four lines each and a concluding couple User: In “Ode to my Socks,” the poet says ”my feet were two fish made of wool.” This type of figurative language is a: A. metaphor B. simile C. sonnet D. foil Weegy: What are the choices? User: A. metaphor B. simile C. sonnet D. foil Weegy: a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance, as in “A mighty fortress is our God.” Compare mixed metaphor, simile ( def. 1 ) A. metaphor (More)
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Select the response that best answers the question. The question below refers to the selection "Notes from a Bottle.” What seemingly important information does the narrator of this story fail to provide at the beginning? A. Why there is a flood in the first place. B. How high the water will go. C. The year in which the story is set. D. What time of day it is.
Weegy: D. What time of day it is. User: Select the response that best answers the question. The question below refers to the selection "Notes from a Bottle.” What device does Stevenson use to frame the entire story? A. The story is supposed to be notes found in a bottle. B. The story begins with the flood at the second floor and ends at the ninth floor. C. People go from a state of chaos to a state of calm. D. The story is told as if from one friend to another. Weegy: B. The story begins with the flood at the second floor and ends at the ninth floor. User: Select the response that best answers the question. The question below refers to the selection "Notes from a Bottle.” What reason does the writer give for the lack of phones and other services? A. The flood has destroyed them. B. The mayor has suspended all services. C. The workers are on strike. D. The water has risen over the phone polls. Weegy: B. The mayor has suspended all services. User: Select the response that best answers the question. The questions below refer to the selections "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" and “After Apple-Picking.” Which of the following statements about Frost’s poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" is not true? A. The speaker has a long distance left to travel. B. The speaker is accompanied by a horse. C. The woods are dark and very quiet. D. The speaker is eager to leave the woods. Weegy: C. The woods are dark and very quiet. User: Select the response that best answers the question. The questions below refer to the selections "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" and “After Apple-Picking.” The situation described in “After Apple-Picking” is — A. frustration the speaker feels about ... (More)
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