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English, 14.10.2021 04:10 kodak0531

(in the book, Angela's Ashes) Why does the narrator’s grandma fret that she has "God in me backyard"? A.

She is visited by an archangel in the middle of the night.

B.

Frank tells her that he’s seen the Messiah standing by the fence.

C.

Frank threw up his Communion wafer in her backyard.

D.

She is delusional.

E.

Everyone in Ireland believes God is in the backyard.

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the future of her and bobby

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scholarship is an sc because, by definition, a subject complement is the adjective, noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb, for example the verb be (in any of its forms).

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the use of “as” in the example to draw the resemblance. some more examples of common similes are given below. common examples of simile. our soldiers are as brave as lions. her cheeks are red like a rose. he is as funny as a monkey. the water well was as dry as a bone. he is as cunning as a fox. simile introduces vividness into what we say.

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