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Andrew Spacey says
Yeah, I know, CDJ. I was in a hurry. I have a whole online college quiz I developed to help students know the difference.. I'm just looking for ways to have similes, metaphors, figurative language, etc. come more quickly to my calcified brain.
Janis Leslie Evans says
Jan, excellent advice as usual. I'm going to try that. I remember attending a workshop for parents of gifted chldren once.They gave us exercises for flexibility of thinking.My friend was soo fast and I always wanted a way to improve my flexibility..
Phoenix,. I'll try Rush. Didn't think of a metaphor dictionary. Thanks! Lyrics DO help me: "You fill up my senses like a night in the forest, "(JD) "found my mind in paper bag.. I tore my mind on a jagged sky" K Rogers lyrics sung by Willie Nelson
John Connor says
Cj, Thanks for that. I'll have to listen more closely to Neil Young. I call myself an auditory learner because I take in the majority of all my information thorugh radio. I prefer learning through listening rather than reading.