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Look at the examples in colored text. Which example uses a comparison to illustrate the inner thoughts of the characters? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. All the time I spoke I
saw her shoe. B. The man was about six inches in front of the woman. C. Again it moved on and spread its illumination.
A. All the time I spoke I saw her shoe.
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