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"My dolly gave me a big hug" is an example of: A. alliteration B. personification C. simile D. metaphor
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User: "My dolly gave me a big hug" is an example of: A. alliteration B. personification C. simile D. metaphor

Weegy: B. personification
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User: "A man may break a word with you, sir, and words are but wind." -William Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors The quote above is an example of a(n): A. simile B. personification C. alliteration D. metaphor

Weegy: The answer is B. a metaphor
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User: "Language is a road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going." -Rita Mae Brown The quote above is an example of a: A. personification B. alliteration C. simile D. metaphor

Weegy: C. personification
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User: Who said that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird? A. Atticus B. Calpurnia C. Uncle Jack D. Miss Caroline

Weegy: A. Atticus. Miss Maudie fully explains that "it is a sin to kill a mockingbird", whereas Atticus Finch initially brings up the subject, but doesn't go into depth.
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User: Why does Tom Robinson come into the Ewell’s fence? A. He intends to harm Mayella Ewell. B. Mayella Ewell asks him to help her with some chores. C. He has worked for the Ewell family for many years. D. He wants to pick the flowers that Mayella Ewell has in her garden.

Weegy: B. Mayella Ewell asks him to help her with some chores.
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User: Which character does the mockingbird best represent? A. Charles Baker “Dill” Harris B. Scout C. Boo Radley D. Walter Cunningham

Weegy: Character that best represent mockingbird is B. Charles Baker ?Dill? Harris
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User: Why is it a sin to kill mockingbirds? A. Because they are endangered B. Because they are harmless and bring joy to people C. Because they are the Mayor’s favorite bird D. Because they are the state bird of Alabama

Weegy: The answer is D. Because they are harmless and bring joy to people
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User: Why is Bob Ewell so angry after the trial of Tom Robinson? A. He thinks that Atticus has shamed him. B. The trial caused him to lose his job. C. He does not have enough money to pay for his lawyer. D. He thinks the verdict is unfair.

Weegy: the answer is A. he thinks that Atticus has shamed him.
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User: Atticus knows that he will be criticized for defending Tom Robinson. Why does he decide to take the case? A. The judge forces Atticus to take Tom’s case. B. He believes that Tom is innocent and deserves a fair trial. C. He takes the case as a favor to Heck Tate. D. Because he needs money, he will take any case offered to him.

Weegy: B. He believes that Tom is innocent and deserves a fair trial.
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Atticus knows that he will be criticized for defending Tom Robinson. Why does he decide to take the case? The judge forces Atticus to take Tom’s case. - - resources.mhs.vic.edu.au/mockingbird/atticus.htm
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How does Scout help to disperse the lynch mob? A. She tells the sheriff about the mob, and he is able to reason with them. B. Mr. Cunningham feels guilty when she asks him about his son, Walter. C. She begins to cry and everyone takes pity on her. D. She stands next to Atticus. No one wants to show violence in front of a child.
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