Is ''The wind was roaring around the ship which was as fragile as butterfly's wings.'' correct?
I know that's an exaggeration, but is it correct grammatically?
- 6 months agoFavorite Answer
The wind mercilessly buffeted the rickety ship.
---If you want to create more of a contrast or the image of peril, you can use additional adjectives to describe the ship: old, little, dilapidated, rusty.
--I like doing these, it's like figuring out a puzzle.
- GypsyfishLv 76 months ago
A ship can't be a fragile as butterfly's wings. It would never get out of the dock.
- BobLv 76 months ago
what was fragile, the ship or the wind?