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Timothy & KimberlyIt suggests that the "calf of the cow" is the smaller of the two islands and that the two islands are sharing a parent-child relationship.The expression "even islands like to keep each other company." People like to stick next to each other for comfort or a sense of belonging, however, islands are not able to actually move.
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Nehal, Xue Qin & Bryan GohIt suggests that the second island is smaller than the first island, since the author described the second island 'like the calf of a cow'. The calf of a cow (the second island) is definitely smaller than the cow (the first island).The expression is "islands like to keep each other company". This shows that just like human beings, who keep each other company, the islands in the same way also keeps each other company.
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Ryan and SabrinaIt suggests that the second island is much smaller than the first one, much like a calf and the first one the cow.The expression is "islands like to keep each other company"
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Khairul, Bryan Lee and Kenric"The calf" is the smaller island and "the cow" is the bigger island. The islands are vastly different in importance and its size.The expression is "even islands like to keep each other company". This is evident as people, unlike islands, keep each other company and prefer to stick together.
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Kai Cheng & WynnIt suggests that the second island was smaller than the bigger one like how a calf is smaller compared to an adult cow."islands like to keep each other company"-
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Myat Noe, Beverly, SeanAs a calf is the baby/young of an adult cow, 'like the calf of the cow' suggests that the smaller island was a smaller "calf" island compared to the larger "cow" island and one island is larger than the other. In addition, this creates a sense of parent-child relationship.The phrase is "the islands like to keep each other company." The islands are in such close proximity that its just like how people stay close to other people to keep each other company and spend time with each other.
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Taufiq & ChelseaIt suggests that the island to the East was a smaller version of the other island, just like the calf of a cow is a smaller version of it's mother cow.The phrase is "even the islands like to keep each other company."
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Darryl,Chester & LukeIt suggest that the 'calf of the cow' is the smaller island between the two islands and the other island was the "cow",which was biggerThe expression, is "even islands like to keep each other company"
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Qayyum and Yu HinIt suggests that one island is considerably smaller than the other and could be considered a child to the larger island due to size difference.The phrase is 'even islands like to keep each other company'. Since keeping each other company is considered a human emotion or habit, this shows that the islands, like humans display this behaviour.
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Tan Hong Yi and EuniceThe calf of the cow is smaller than the cow so the east island which is compared with the calf of the cow and the main island is the cow, implying that the island to the east is smaller than the main island.The expression that expresses the island like they're human is "islands like to keep each other company". Just like humans, we love human interaction (like keeping each other company).
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