(1) in a book titled the art of loving, a psychologist describes the difference between "mother love" and "father love." (2) mother love says, "i will always love you no matter what. (3) nothing you ever do or fail to do will make me stop loving you." (4) on the other hand, father love says, "i will love you if you earn my love and respect. (5) you must do things like obey me, get good grades, make the team, choose the right friends, get into a good college, and earn a good salary." (6) in contrast to mother love, father love may seem harsh. (7) but sometimes we want to hear that we are loved because we deserve it, not only because the other person cares for us without conditions.
2. the contrast word that signals the first supporting detail in the paragraph is: (type one word. then click go. )
From careful observation, one can conclude that the contrast word that signals the first supporting detail in the paragraph is other. This This question is frankly a difficult one because when you first begin the text, the literal first (1) sentence uses a contrasting word; difference. However, if you can analyze text properly, you will notice that sentence (1) is introducing the concept of the book...not supporting detail. Thus, that word is eradicated. After reading the text another time, one will notice that after sentences (2) and (3) which provide the loving messages "mother love" gives, the phrase on the other hand is used. After the transition phrase, sentence (4) goes on to provide supporting details (in this case descriptions) of what "father love's" words are. The transition phrase in contrast can stumble an individual because, though it is, in fact, a contrast word, it is not signaling supporting details. Instead, the phrase signals the beginning of the contrasts between mother love and father love. The reason the answer to this question is other and not the phrase on the other hand is merely because you can ONLY provide a one-letter word...
a simile is first defined as a type of speech that uses one thing or phrase with comparisons to things of an unrelated kind, often in order to make a more vivacious description. so of the phrases above, only the last one (i swear she cast a shadow white as stone) would be considered a simile, as a shadow white as stone takes two unrelated things and uses them in an interesting way.
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yes its good if for a love riddle. and the answer is a heart.