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In English, the main difference between a simile and a metaphor is that a simile uses the words "like" or "as" to draw a comparison. A metaphor states the comparison without using either of the two words. Do you need to know the difference between similes and metaphors? This quiz will help you practice for your class or test. Give it a try!
Can you identify similies and metaphors in English? Similes and metaphors are figures of speech that are used to show extent or comparisons. These words can be used interchangeably and are used by writers to help the reader form...
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The baby was like an octopus, grabbingat all the cans on the shelves.
A metaphor is an implied simile. It says that the two things are the same. A simile, on the other hand, says that one thing is like another. This quiz is developed to identify accurate metaphor and simile. There is a list of 10...
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