Which sentence below contains
A. I will definitely run out of money by the end
of the month.
B. It is almost certain that I will run out of
money by the end of the month.
C. If I am not careful with my spending, I will
run out of money by the end of the month.
An oxymoron is a figure of speech that places contradictory terms next to each other in a word or phrase. As a literary device, it is used to make certain word combinations more thought-provoking to stand out.
i think its b
animal farm, written by george orwell, is a representation of russia after the revolution that led stalin to take over power.
in this excerpt, the central idea seems to be that the animals (a representation of society), when they believe to be working for a greater good and equality, are obedient and productive. they were convinced that, after expelling the owner (jones) from the farm, they would live in harmony and be fairly treated.
as we know, the pigs become the leaders and grow more selfish and dictatorial with time. in the end, they look and act in a way so similar to humans that it is impossible to tell the difference. the ideals of equality are shattered, and the farm turns out to be worse than it was before. the animals are manipulated with false propaganda and forced to work in order to enrich the pigs.
waves come crashing to grey sullen shores.
powerful and strong, it breathes and roars.
cascading and caressing each grain of sand,
a warm embrace between sea and land.
high above, a seagull soars high.
wings of purity it spreads to fly.
battling high against darkened cloud,
in a wind that blows fiercely, flying graceful and proud.
beneath, the sand is soft and warm.
sculpted by nature, it's weathered the storm.
a passionate battle between calmness and rage,
a new chapter's beginning; don't turn the last page.
i listen again to the whispering waves,
music of nature calming and brave.
its power unknown, its stillness untamed,
mysterious and magical, a treasure earth claims.
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A. I will definitely run out of money by th...