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Which of the following is a strong opening sentence with a hook? A. The last year before Mrs. Carter's retirement, she decided to look into exciting trip possibilities. B. In the following few paragraphs, you will discover the secret of creating scary monster make-up. C. It was a pretty average day until my brother and sister decided we should create another project. D. Dr. Adams, alarmed by my scream, turned with such speed she espied the creature before it's escape.
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Which of the figures of speech below is illustrated in the following excerpt from the text? "… the merry dance of death …" A. onomatopoeia B. simile C. oxymoron D. foreshadowing
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C. OXYMORON, the combining of contradictory terms, is the figure of speech illustrated in the excerpt "… the merry dance of death …".
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