Anansi - Module 4 Lesson 1 Completion Activity 2DIRECTIONS: Let’s revisit the story from Practice 1. Reread the passage and look for examples of figurative language. You’ll be asked to write your examples in the chart below.Long ago, the sky-god Nyami was keeper of all the stories. Many came to ask for the stories, but Nyami thought none worthy enough to bring them to Earth. One day,Anansi the spider climbed on his thread to the sky in order to ask for the stories. Nyami: “How can you, Anansi, hope to be worthy enough to bring my stories to earth?” Anansi: “All I ask is for a chance!”Nyami: “Very well! If you bring me Mumboro the hornet, Onini the snake, and Osebo the leopard, the stories will be yours.”Anansi thought for several minutes and then agreed, “Okay!” He dropped back to Earth on his thread, and there, he set a plan into action. Anansi: “Mumboro, it’s raining! Come into my gourd where you will be nice and dry!” Hornet: “Why, thank you, friend Anansi!” After Mumboro was captured, Anansi took him to Nyami.