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# SC-Pearls

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27 Mar 2009, 09:28
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I have a specific question about this SC. I will raise it after seeing response from others

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27 Mar 2009, 09:37
asthanap wrote:
I have a specific question about this SC. I will raise it after seeing response from others

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Jeans can jump like pearls....(it is metaphoric comparison, "As" is used on if it actually function as).

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27 Mar 2009, 10:09
patedhav wrote:
asthanap wrote:
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Jeans can jump like pearls....(it is metaphoric comparison, "As" is used on if it actually function as).

Thanks for explanation, I was not aware about it. In original sentence, there is comma after jump. Does that play any role?

Moreover, If sentence were constructed as follows: ......."jump", as pearls do. Would it be considered correct?

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27 Mar 2009, 11:22
Good Q Indeed

remember,

C for C
P for P

Conjunction(AS) for Introducing CLAUSE
Preposition(LIKE) for Introducing PHRASE

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27 Mar 2009, 15:57
Thanks. Will remember this rule.

nitya34 wrote:
Good Q Indeed

remember,

C for C
P for P

Conjunction(AS) for Introducing CLAUSE
Preposition(LIKE) for Introducing PHRASE

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