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Saturday, January 16, 2016


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Isn't it a simile instead of metaphor?

Hi Jerry,

I did use the word "like" when describing the reading test as a "treasure hunt", so yes - in that case it was a simile. However, I'm sure you understand the idea that I'm trying to communicate i.e. that these things can be a great aid to learning.

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