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Q: When a poet wishes to use figurative language, he or she will use words that are A. only denotative. B. both connotative and denotative. C. ambiguous. D. only connotative.
A: B. both connotative and denotative
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User: When a poet wishes to use figurative language, he or she will use words that are A. only denotative. B. both connotative and denotative. C. ambiguous. D. only connotative.





Weegy: B. both connotative and denotative
Expert answered|Elle124|Points 120|

User: In "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?" Shakespeare claims that the object of his sonnet will be immortal because A. he'll always love her. B. she's for all seasons. C. she'll live on in his poem. D. she's like the summer's day.

Weegy: A. he'll always love her
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User: The line "I wandered lonely as a cloud" is an example of A. a metaphor. B. a simile. C. a couplet. D. alliteration.

Weegy: A. a metaphor
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