Now my question is if the following sentence is correct and how a native English speaker would say that: I am as picky in buying a car as I am in eating closed as off-topic by , , , , Dec 6 '16 at 14:43 This question appears to be off-topic. They will not regard the word of the prophet, for they will not regard the rod of God. Apply to bare nails and under nail tips. A First Course in Computability. I will make your forehead like a diamond, harder than flint.
A metaphor is the expression of an understanding of one concept in terms of another concept, where there is some similarity or correlation between … the two. Brifk as a body-loufe fhe trips, Clean as a penny dreft ; Sweet as a rofe her breath and lips, Round as the globe her breaft. Simile Examples for Advanced Readers Here are fifty examples of similes for advanced readers. Behold, I will make your face as hard as their faces, and your forehead as hard as their foreheads. They agree to meet in a few days out in the desert and complete the deal.
He ran across the desert, looking almost like a road runner. Lexicon Behold, הִנֵּ֨ה hin·nêh Interjection Lo! Behold, I have made thy face strong against their faces, and thy forehead strong against their foreheads. They will not regard the word of the prophet, for they will not regard the rod of God. The Ninevites were wrought upon by Jonah's preaching, when Israel was unhumbled and unreformed. Now I will make you as stubborn and as tough as they are. By the time you finish working through these 100 examples of simile, you should have the hang of it. Long John intervenes and in the melee the hippy chick gets stabbed.
Step into your always-on salon. Ned Ward Hard as a flint stone. A simile is when you compare the characteristics of two things by using like or as. John Heywood As hard as the heart of a religious foe-curser. Occasionally, the simile just relies on rhyme, for example 'as drunk as a skunk'. Ezekiel's name was at once nomen et omen. Do not be afraid of them or dismayed at their presence, even though they are a rebellious house.
We must leave this unto the Divine sovereignty, and say, Lord, thy judgments are a great deep. Behold, I have made thy face strong against their faces, and thy forehead strong against their foreheads. Like a newly hatched chick, the infant stared at her proud parents. The puddle seemed as big as the ocean. He is as sneaky as a fox.
Anonymous Difficult as to sail the sea in an egg shell. Henry Fielding As difficult as for a slave girl to please a slave-dealer. Anonymous Difficult as to hiss and yawn at the same time. I'm going to make you just as obstinate and unyielding as they are. She screamed louder than … a siren on a police car. On the way they meet up with the Dragons and are invited to come party with some hippies in an old ghost town.
Hannah Riley Bowles, a public policy professor at Harvard University, has argued until bosses work to open their minds. As fmooth as glafs, as white as curds, Her pretty hand invites : Sharp as a needle are her words ; Her wit like pepper bites. But I stuck in the middle of my talk and couldn't choose the right word. Mr Demme the director sent me a letter with some clarifications about the movie and I put the letter in my magazine. Arthur Jerome Eddy Difficult to grasp as the small end of a hard boiled egg. And, behold, I have made thy face strong against their faces, and I will strengthen thy power against their power.
The god of love at her approach Is bufy as a bee! Each idiom or expression has a definition and two example sentences to help the comprehension of these common idiomatic expressions with 'as. Behold, I have made your face hard against their faces, and your forehead hard against their foreheads. ® Get longer, stronger nails that shine! Reach for Hard as Nails®, the original strengthener from Sally Hansen. Lady Gregory Hard as wire. Glossing over those troubles can be costly.
Toughen up weak, fragile nails! Gender aside, financial advisers who misguide you will probably reoffend, the researchers pointed out. Behold, I have made thy face hard against their faces, and thy forehead hard against their foreheads. Yet, I will make you as stubborn and as hardheaded as they are. . Her son is as smart as Albert Einstein on steroids. On average, they commit errors that are 30 percent more expensive to their firms. Anyway, there is no problem with using it wrongly in the past, there is no one that has not made one or two grammatical blunders before, but go ahead and start using it correctly, anytime you want to tell someone about something as hard as hail! Employers are less lenient toward them.
A simile is when you compare the characteristics of two things by using like or as. He marched off to class like a soldier on a mission. Example: Boy, am I burned up! He must continue earnest in preaching, whatever the success might be. I just tried to chip something nice for all of us to learn from and all of a sudden I am losing my credibility? Lexicon Behold, הִנֵּ֨ה hin·nêh Interjection Lo! He ran across the desert, looking almost like a road runner. Reach for Hard as Nails®, the original strengthener from Sally Hansen. Anonymous As hard as the rocks of Dundee.