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For apex, Eng 11 Sem 1 exam Thoreau uses simile and metaphor to show how little the government values its citizens. also that guy with the lecture is really emba lmao

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Thoreau uses rhetorical questions to force readers to question their beliefs about governmen.

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Riah

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government* ._. on apex btw
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How did you get that answer?
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Riah

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i took the quiz and clicked the correct answer. where it then told me i was correct.

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You need to do this question.We don't do homework and your teacher is looking for your critical thinking skills and how well you understood the lesson.

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get a life
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LmaoΒ 
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okay okay but anyways what's the answerΒ 
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lol
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no one cares
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this is called ''ANSWERS'' for a reason so if you aint here to give answers then GTFO
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Get a life cΓΌnt
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we didn't ask for a lecture, we asked for answers so stop wasting all of our time
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You wasted like a minute of your life writing something that we do not give a s*** about
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BaYaN TaHhAn

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What is the answer😭
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Mind ur own busin
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To create a memorable image by comparing two unlike objects
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lmao he has a point
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what a actual bruh moment, caught in 4k.
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answer is metaphor.... government ....
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Karlin Tsotigh

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For those who need an exact answer for a p 3 x for me it's:

"He uses metaphor to portray the government as something driven by greed and evil."

And to everyone who commented, we can all choose our own paths we just need to be humble about it.

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For Eng 11 Sem 1 exam, Thoreau uses simile and metaphor to show how little the government values its citizens.

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