"Sun burned the top of their heads" suggests:
"Like rubies on a stick" suggests:
Hint: Metaphor doesn't use a word "like or as"
"as red face as the radishes", suggests:
Minli "weaved her way to him" means:
She had to criss-cross through the crowd
She had to weave a blanket to reach him
She had to waive at the old man
She had to weave straw to reach him
What's a "kowtow"?
To lie down and rest on a heap of straw.
To kneel and bow with forehead touching the ground.
To stand up with forehead pointing straight
To swivel around on heels
"Clasping the moon" got its name because:
The kind had a moon shaped clasp
The moon made a reflection in the water as if it has been clasped in the water
The moon was shaped like a clasp that night
What is "Chives"?
What is "tofu" made from:
An analogy is a comparison between two things. Which of the following looks like an analogy:
A clasped moon
A rugged ruby
Minli's face and pale tofu
A pavilion where the moon appears clasped
"The moon seemed to tremble":
The issue of borrowed line was so big that even the moon trembled
The ripples in the water made the reflection of the moon appear trembling
Who were the Guardians of the City?
What was Ba's idea about what was written on the Paper of Happiness?
What is a "gourd"?
A fruit with hollowed bottom to use as a container
A large vegetable
A water bottle made from leather
What is a "pagoda"?
A tiered building
"Like the stone dust the storm blew, thoughts kept circling" means:
Thoughts kept coming again and again
Thoughts were coming in a circle