The thunder was grumbling in the distance.A. simile B. personification C. metaphor
Simile, Metaphor, and Personification: A Brief Guide to Figures of Speech. ... Figurative language, or figures of speech, are rhetorical devices used by writers and speakers to give words meaning beyond their usual, literal definition
Ex of simile=As big as an elephant
Ex of presonification =The wind howled in the night.
Ex of metaphor =Her lovely voice was music to his ears
Which of the following is not a potential barrier in verbal communication? Culture-specific taboos against discussing specific topics Specialized biomedical jargon and vocabulary Differences in facial expression Varying connotative meaning of words
Differences in facial expression
There are 7 types of facial expressions each of which has its own uniqueness.
Difference in facial expressions do not hinder non verbal communication because facial expressions have proven to be an effective means of communication in the absence of a common language.
Though, it can be a very strange "exercise" and energetic gesturing but all emotions shared via facial expressions are universal and there won't be any difficulty in understanding them.
Answer: Differences in facial expressions.
Communication is the act of relaying and receiving information between two or more people. Verbal Communication is a type of communication that involves the use of the mouth to relay information.
In communicating verbally, some barriers can be experienced. Examples are;
1. Culture-specific taboos- Some cultures may, for example, prohibit open discussion of sex-related topics.
2. Specialized biomedical Jargons-
Doctors and nurses alike may have jargon, specific to their professions which a layman might not understand.
3. Varying Connotative meaning of words- Different people might have unique interpretations of several words.
This leaves us with Differences in facial expression.
Which of these could be a topic sentence with an arguable claim for a supporting paragraph?A. The speaker has an epiphany about life and creativity which occurs in the last stanza. B. The speaker uses images of weather to symbolize the conditions that exist within the legal system. C. Hopkins ends his poem with a spondee: “Praise Him.” D. A careful reader would recognize that the poem introduces a new idea in its third stanza.
What is the importance of using appropriate kitchen tools and equipment in preparing egg dishes??
When it comes to maintaining proper hygiene, it is essential to carry out basic cleaning practices. And hygiene and cleaning measures must be extreme every time we cook with eggs, since improper and efficient handling can result in a food infection, especially if the eggshell is stained with dirt and / or chicken excrement. .
Using the proper tools and good hygiene when cooking eggs is essential to prevent cross contamination.
Cross contamination consists of the spread of bacteria from one food to another, and it occurs exclusively when we handle the products during their preparation.
That is why you should not use, for example, the same tools that you used to manipulate the egg if you are going to cook another food.
Examine the following excerpt from the poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," by T. S. Eliot and analyze it closely to determine its tone. How do the word choices, form, and poetic devices contribute to the tone? What effect do the lines create? The yellow fog that rubs its back upon the window-panes, The yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the window-panes Licked its tongue into the corners of the evening, Lingered upon the pools that stand in drains, Let fall upon its back the soot that falls from chimneys, Slipped by the terrace, made a sudden leap, And seeing that it was a soft October night, Curled once about the house, and fell asleep.
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S Eliot is a poem about thoughts of an emotionally contrived man, who is searching for the meaning of love in such an uncertain world.
This poem by Eliot is a repetitive monologue. By focusing on Prufrock’s inferiority and isolation, Eliot modernizes the form of the poem. From Dante’s Inferno, the epigraph of this poem describes the ideal listeners of the Prufrock, one who will not betray the Prufrock’s present confession content. Eliot’s dramatic works are anticipated by Prufrock.
The rhyming scheme of the poem is irregular which becomes apparent when reading aloud. It may also resemble free verse. The use of refrain in the poem is the most important characteristic of this work. Eliot describes the neurotic and consciousness of the modern world by,
“women [who] come and go / Talking of Michelangelo”- Prufrock’s continual return to it.
“how should I presume?”- his repetitive questioning
“That is not it, at all.”- and his pessimistic approach
Another important characteristic of the poem is at the conclusion using fragments of the sonnet form.
“I do not think they (the mermaids) would sing to me,”- creates a contrary image on the coldness of the modern world.
Hence, the poem “The Lovesong of Alfred J Prufrock” is not just a remarkable poem for great thoughts rather has a much more influence over its readers. The tone and the way the poem has been written can be noticed going parallel with that of the life of a middle-aged man. Both the poem the life of the man undergoes some changes as it moves ahead with comic scenes, intellectual thoughts, the gloominess of the society, loneliness and searches for a better life.
The tone of the excerpt is reflective and unpleasantly realistic. The excerpt suggests a combination of negative feelings: creeping melancholy, a sense of stagnation, a lack of health, and an absence of hope and energy. The imagery in the excerpt contributes to this effect:
-the yellow color of the fog
-the comparison of the fog to a beast that lock the surroundings
-the reference to pools in drains and soot from chimneys
Eliot lived in London, a city known for its heavy fog. Here, the fog might symbolize the speakers confusion as well.
The devil is waiting for them, hell is gaping for them, the flames gather and flash about them .Gaping means “wide open.” Why is this word so effective in conveying Edwards’s purpose to his audience?
I believe the answer is somewhere along the lines of it gives it human like features. I can't fully remember because its been a hot min since i took this test but i hope this helps :)
The word creates a mental image of a giant hole into which nearby people are falling in an almost inescapable fashion. The sermon is essentially about society rejecting religion in favor of rationalism/intellectualism, and the all-consuming spiritual void that created.
Which word used in place of the underlined word would change the tone from angry to calm
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understanding, relaxed, eased Not sure if this helps