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1. I found it necessary that we should try to memorize the passage. 2. I found it necessary to memorize the passage. 3. I made it a rule that I have to brush teeth after eating. 4. I made it a rule to brush teeth after eating. 5. I believe it true that I can become promising. ...

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1. I found it convenient to drive a car. 2. I found it convenient that I drive a car. 3. I make it a rule to get up at six. 4. I make it a rule that I get up at six. 5. I believe it useful to buy things on the Internet. 6. I believe it useful that we buy things on the Internet...

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1. Dokdo was first recorded as part of Korea in the 500s. 2. Dokdo was first recorded as a part of Korea in the 500s. -------------------------- Can we use both expressions, 'part of' and 'a part of'?

English
1. This is a picture of Tom. 2. This is a picture of Tom's. -------------------------------- Does #1 mean as follows? Tom is in this picture. Does #2 mean as follows? This picture is Tom's. This is a picture which Tom has taken. This picture belongs to Tom.

English
1. We will always wait for you right here on this island where Koreans have lived for a long time. -------------------------- What is the antecedent of the where clause? a. this island b. right here on this island c. right here ============================ What is the ...

English
1. I don't know. + Who is she? 2. I don't know who she is. 3. I don't know who is she. -------------------------------- #1 can be changed into #2 or #3. Is #3 grammatical? ================================ 4. I know. + What makes you think so? 5. I know what makes you think so...

English
What is the thesis statement in this essay? Instead of using emails, mail a letter to your grandparents, an aunt or uncle, or another role model who’s older than you are. We live in a fast-paced world. We use computers to send emails and instant messages. Some, though, don...

English
In First Confessions, Nora can best be identified as? A:flat*** B:round C:dynamic D:protagonist

English
If you suddenly lost everything, what would you miss most?

English
1. I don't like some books. 2. I don't like some of the books. 3. I don't eat some food. 4. I don't eat some of the food. 5. I don't buy some items. 6. I don't buy some of the items. 7. I don't know some boys. 8. I don't know some of them...

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1. He did not like some of them. 2. He disliked some of them. (Are both the same? Can we use 'some' as in #1?) 3. He couldn't find some of the books. 4. He couldn't find any of the books. 5. He could find none of the books. (Are they all grammatical? In #3, 'some' is used in a...

english
None of the students ________ happy with the instructor because she ________ homework every weekend.

english
14. which quotation from nethergrave best conveys jeremys desire to escape the real world. a. "oh, i guess you mean those stories i make up online. You know about them?"*** b. "I played in a soccer tournament at school , and i kicked the winning goal." c. "Jeremy no longer ...

Social Studies
Which of the following is a serious economic problem in North Africa? A. lack of oil resources B. a decline in tourism C. unemployment** D. poor agricultural performance What language unifies much of North Africa? A. English B. French C. Moroccan D. Arabic** In which North ...

English
1. Do you want to know more? (What is the part of speech of 'more'? Is it an adjective or an adverb?) 2. Look at this map of Dokdo. 3. Look at this map of Dokdo's. 4. Look at this Dokdo's map. (Dokdo is a small island. Which one is right? #4 is incorrect. What about the others...

Spanish Literature
- La Peregrina= The Pilgrim Ok, so I have submitted the questions I have to answer in the form they were presented to me. Below the questions I have submitted my answers first in English and then how I have translated them into Spanish. (I did have difficulty with finding the...

English
How can readers best analyze and evaluate persuasive appeals? A. by testing the author’s logic and reasoning B. by outlining the author’s main points C. by examining the author’s diction and syntax D. by discounting the author’s rhetorical devices B?

English
Literary Analysis: Character and Characterization Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. People who don’t know Harry tend to underestimate him. They cast a skeptical eye on his typical outfit: ragged jeans and shirts that bear evidence of his most recent...

english
In this unit you have read writings by three people who lived at a time when the idea of human equality was widely discussed but who nevertheless experienced enslavement or belonged to families who experienced enslavement: Benjamin Banneker, Olaudah Equiano, and Phillis ...

English
In Marigolds how does the author use of tone help describe Elizabeth's perception of her childhood? -her tone sounds solemn at first showing that she was reflecting over her sad or hard childhood. Then it switches to matter of fact because she realizes she did wrong and how ...

english
2.Give an example of parallelism from “The Declaration of Independence”. What effect does it have on the document’s central idea?

English
"The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Can someone check to see if these are right? Much appreciated. I tried to include the quotes to make it a little easier. 1. The narrator's attitude towards the setting in lines 1-5 is best described as ? " It is very seldom ...

English
When should a writer organize details from most important to least important? I have to write a paragraph on why I'm choosing the most-to-least method of organization over the other methods. I also have to state why I believe this method is the most effective way to present my...

English Writing
Please bring something interesting to share with the class tomorrow. It can be anything that you have seen/heard/read recently in English (an article, a song, a new phrase, a short video, a picture of a sign you saw, etc). It needs to be appropriate of course! Do you have ...

Spanish Literature
I am trying to translate my Spanish questions in to English, to make sure I fully understand what they are asking, before I answer them back into Spanish. - La Peregrina= The Pilgrim 1. ¿Según el abuelo, a qué habían correspondido las visitas previas de la Peregrina? ¿...

English
Journal Entry 3: Prewriting and Thesis Statement Brainstorm: Review the description of brainstorming in your textbook on page 111. Then write a list of all the social media and social networking websites and apps you might use to connect with friends and family and to meet ...

english
What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? people to reject computers computers to rule man and animal the natural world to swallow up technology computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony The Secret Life of Walter...

English
In 'first confession' Gran is described as a ? A. Flat character < B. Round character C. Stock character D. Antagonist < I think it's either A or D... not sure which one

english
In which sentence is the NONESSENTIAL CLAUSE underlined? (1 point)The man leaning against the wall is from the zoo. The snake that he is holding is not poisonous. Its coloring, which is brown and green, allows it to hide in marshy areas.** That snake slithering behind the rock...

English
Choose the appropriate vocabulary word from The Call of the Wild to fill in the following sentence: "Buck often went on walks, swam, or played with Judge Miller's ." A. Progeny B. Demesnes C. Intimates

english
25. which sentence is punctuated correctly? a. "Are you finished yet, Miriam asked?" b. Are you finished yet, " Miriam asked?" c. "Are you finished yet"?Miriam asked. d. "Are you finished yet?" Miriam asked.*** 26. Which sentence correctly uses punctuation with dialogue? a. " ...

English
Thank you for your help. I have posted one more time about the use of 'it.' 1. The station is 50 meters away. 2. The station is 50 meters. 3. It is 50 meters away. 4. It is 50 meters. 5. The distance is 50 meters away. 6. The distance is 50 meters...

English
I need to find some interesting articles or videos or anything.. for my English class. My class is not for native speakers (ESL class). Can you please give me some interesting sites that have articles or videos or anything for class discussion??

English
Why was Span One unique? ( The Prisoner Who Wore Glasses )

English
How far is it from this town to London? 1. It is ten miles to London. 2. It is ten miles away to London. 3. It is ten miles away. 4. It is ten miles from this town to London. ------------------- [Explanation] 1. It doesn't refer to 'this town' in #1. It is an impersonal ...

English
I want to go to London. It is ten miles form here. ------------------------------ Does 'it' refer to 'London'? Or does it refer to 'the distance' used as an impersonal pronoun? =============================== How far is it from here to the station? (Here 'it' is an impersonal ...

History
1. How did the Magna Carta affect the power of the English king? A. It had no effect on the king's power. B. It closely linked the king's power to the power of the nobles. C. It weakened the king's power. D. It strengthened the king's power. 2. What was significant about the ...

English
1. Ulleongdo is 87.4 km away from Dokdo. 2. It is 87.4 km away from Ulleongdo to Dokdo. 3. It is 87.4 km from Ulleongdo to Dokdo. (Are they all grammatical?)

English
I want to go to London. It is ten miles form here. ------------------------------ Does 'it' refer to 'London'? Or does it refer to 'the distance' used as an impersonal pronoun? =============================== How far is it from here to the station? (Here 'it' is an impersonal ...

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On a clear day, you can see Ulleongdo form Dokdo because it's only 87.4 km away. -------------------------- (-do means 'island') What does 'it' refer to? Does 'it' refer to 'Ulleongdo'? Or is 'it' an impersonal pronoun referring to 'the distance' as follows? 1. It is 100 ...

english 9
Read the conclusion about “The Beginnings of the Maasai,” and then answer the question. One purpose of “The Beginnings of the Maasai” is to explain the weather. Which excerpt best justifies this conclusion? The sky god is powerful, but can change from nurturing to ...

English
1. Two-thirds of an apple is bad. 2. Most of an apple is bad. 3. Half of an apple is rotten. 4. The rest of an apple is rotten. --------------------------------- What about the sentences? 'An' is used in each sentence. Can we use 'an' in this way?

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1. What is the zip code for Dokdo? 2. What is the zip code of Dokdo? 3. It is 799-805 ------------------------------- Can we use both 'for' and' of'? How do we read #3? Do we say'dash'? Which ones are correct? a. seven nine nine dash eight zero five b. seven nine nine dash ...

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1. Dongdo and Seodo are 151 km away from each other. 2. Dongdo is 151 km away from Seodo. (Are both the same?) 3. This is far the best dictionary. 4. This is by far the best dictionary. 5. This is much the best dictionary. 6. This is the very best dictionary. 7. This is far ...

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1. Two-thirds of the apples were bad. 2. Two-thirds of apples were bad. 3. Most of my pens are expensive. 4. Most of pens are expensive. 5. The rest of those boys were nervous. 6. The rest of boys were nervous. (Do we have to use 'the' or 'those' or 'my' before nouns?) 7. Half...

english
Tanya's pet hamster likes sleeping behind the computer. I have to pick out the prepositional phrase and then identify its object.

English
1. Lock the door. 2. Lock the door, will you? 3. Will you lock the door? 4. Would you lock the door? 5. Would you lock the door, please? 6. Would like to lock to the door, please? ---------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Is #2 a polite one? Or can we use #2...

English
1. The majority of people were happy. 2. The majority of the people were happy. 3.The majority of milk was thrown away. 4. the majority of the milk was thrown away. ------------------------------- Are they grammatical? Do we have to use 'the'?

english
in which sentence is the essential clause underlined A. Eve's sister, {who loves opera,} took her to a performance B. Eve, {holding her program,} waited for the curtain to go up C. The soprano, {visiting from canada} had long black hair*** d. The person {who sells souvenirs} ...

english
21. identify the appropriate punctuation for the underlined word or phrase In High School, I enjoyed reading (The Catcher in the Rye)<<underlined A. underlined B. italics c. quotation marks d. none 20. identify the appropriate punctuation for the underlined word or ...

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24. identify the word or words in the sentence that need to be capitalize will you be coming o the stadium to watch the giants play sunday? a. Will,Sunday b. Will,Gaints,Sunday** C. Will D. none 23. Identify the word or words in the sentence that need to be capitalize does ...

History Check Please!
Please check! Thanks! 1. How did the development of universities in medieval Europe strengthen the Church and unify society? a. Universities grew up around cathedrals, and courses of study helped educate clergy.*** b. Universities started cathedrals, which were important ...

english
what do the native americans insist that the spaniards do and how do the spaniards respond

English
Please help “In any case you mustn’t confuse a single failure with a final defeat.” Use this quote for the following -Explain why the quote moves you or should inspire others. -Explain why the quote is important. -Tell the ways in which the quote is empowering. Please ...

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The cracker was named by Josiah Bent. One day Mr. Bent was making biscuits. He baked the biscuits until they were very crisp. The biscuits crackled when he chewed, so he called them crackers. What is main idea? The cracker was named by Josiah Bent What sentences tell something...

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1. The color of a room can influence a person's mood. 2. A cheery yellow makes a person feel cheerful. 3. Both green and blue can be restful and make a person feel relaxed. 4. A large dose of bold red can make someone angry. 5. Be careful when you choose the color for this ...

english
can you help me fill in each blank with a word about Money Problem

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Something a "patron" of Burger King would most likely do. a. seek knowledge b. seek sponsorship c. buy art d. buy fries Answer: d

English
Your ____ will not change my mind about letting you drive on icy roads.(importune). Answer: importunity The intern handled the____ remarks from his boss fairly well. (patronize) Answer: patronizing

English
1. Paris is the capital of France. 2. Paris is a capital of France. ------------------------------- Sentence 1 is right. Sentence 2 is wrong. By the way, why do we have to use 'the' before 'capital'? Is that because 'the capital of France ' is the only one in the world of in ...

English
Posted by rfvv on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 5:56pm. Oh, Susanna, Oh don't you cry for me For I come from Alabama With my banjo on my knee ------------------------------------- What is the meaning of the sentences? 1. Don't cry for me, because I've come from Alabama with my ...

English
How do I find the simple subject and predicate for these sentences. There was much interest in Oriental culture. There were questions (S) about (P)this form of drama. There is some truth to these stories. Here is a photograph of him in Tokyo. Is there a shot of David at a tea ...

Sign Language
Write your ASL weather report or dialogue in English. Interpret your dialogue or weather report into ASL Gloss. Remember, ASL Gloss is written using only CAPITAL LETTERS. Write the English sentences line by line (not in a paragraph). Write the ASL Gloss phrase on the blank ...

English
What are the answers to unit 3 lesson 2 quick check

English Writing
Each of the following sentences contains an error in subject and verb agreement. Rewrite each sentence correctly. 1. Scalloped potatoes goes well with both ham and meat loaf. 2. The staff is arriving one at a time. 3. Politics are always more widely publicized during major ...

English
Posted by rfvv on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 11:53pm. 1. Dogs can't see some colors. 2. Dogs can't see several colors. 3. Dogs can't see a few colors. 4. Dogs can't see any colors. .................................. Are they all grammatical? Can we use 'some,' 'several,' or '...

English
1. He didn't use to go fishing with his friends. 1-2. Didn't he use to go fishing with his friends? 2. He used not to go fishing with his friends. 2-2. Used he not to go fishing with his friends? 3. He usedn't to go fishing with his friends. 3-2. Usedn't he to go fishing with ...

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1. He used to take a walk in the park, didn't he? 2. Didn't he used to take a walk? 3. Didn't he use to take a walk? 4. He used to take a walk in the park, usedn't he? 5. He used to take a walk in the park, usen't he? 6. Usedn't he to take a walk? 7. Usen't he to take a walk...

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1. Half of the bananas are from Mexico. 2. Half of my time was spent in reading essays. 3. Half of these boxes have stones. 4. Half of the money doesn't belong to me. ---------------------------------- Would you check the sentences? Are they all grammatical? Thank you for your...

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1. Two-thirds of the apple is rotten. 2. Two-thirs of the apples are rotten. (Both are correct,right?0 3. Most of the books were his. 4. Most of the time was spent in reading. (Are both grammatical? Do we have to use 'in' before 'reading' in Sentence 4?) 5. The rest of the ...

English
1. Let's play tennis, shall we? 2. Let's not play tennis, shall we? 3. Let us play tennis, shall we? (Are the tag questions all grammatical?) 4. Have a cup of coffee, will you? 5. Have a cup of coffee, won't you? (Ae both okay? What is the difference between them?)

English
1. You and Tom didn't attend the meeting, did you? 2. You, he and I are good friends, aren't we? 3. Tom and I are good students, aren't we? 4. Tom and Ted are good lawyers, aren't they? -------------------------------------- Are the tag questions all grammatical? Can we use ...

English
After grace, I helped myself to a slice of cake which melted in my mouth because it was so moist. Is my sentence correct? Or should it be help without the ed?

English
In the center of the table was a plump, golden brown turkey, surrounded by numerous side dishes. Are my commas in the right places in the above sentence?

English
Had you better go at once. (Can we use this sentence?)

English
1. In 1963, how many percent of the skaters finished the race? 2. In 1963, how many percents of the skaters finished the race? 3. In 1963, how much percent of the skaters finished the race? 4. Only one percent of the skaters finished the race.(answer...

English
1. How long did it take for him to finish the 200-kilometer course? 2. It took 6 hours and 49 minutes. 3. It took him 6 hours and 49 minutes. 4. It took 6 hours and 49 minutes for him. (Are the answers all correct?) 5. What was Henk Angenent's record? 6. He finished the race ...

English
1. This is the classroom in which I met her. 2. This is the playground at/on/in which I met her. 3. This is the coffee shop at/in which I met her. 4. This is the street in/on which I met her. ----------------------------------------​ Can we use all the prepositions ...

English
Dongdo and Seodo are 151 meters away from each other. ................................. 1. 151: one hundred and fifty-one 2. 151: one hundred fifty-one 3. 151: one fifty-one (What is the common way of reading the number? Are all OK?)

English
1. Only a part of story is true. 2. Only part of the story is true. 3. Dokdo was first recorded as part of Korea in the 500s. 4. Dokdo was first recorded as a part of Korea in the 500s. (Do we have to use 'a' before 'part'? Are both okay?)

English
1. How many islands do you think Dokdo is made up of? 2. Do you think how many islands Dokdo is made up of? (Is #2 incorrect? Why is that?)

English
1. Did you know? + Where did he go? 2. Did you know where he went? 3. Did you know where he had gone? (Which one is similat to #1?) 4. Do you know? + Can he play the guitar? 5. Do you know if he can play the guitar. (Are both the same?) 6. Do you think? He can play the guitar...

English Writing
The explain in one paragraph for each website why you think the website is good for academic work. Structure: Topic sentence 2-3 reasons why it is good or bad, or a little of both. Concluding sentence. Make sure to use the evaluative word "because" in your writing. In this ...

English
Describe one of the strongest literary images ( not a picture or drawing from the reading ) you encountered from the following literature: -from Of Wolves and Men by Barry Holstun Lopez -"Birches" by Robert Frost - "Haiku" by Kaga no Chiyo - "Haiku" by Basho - "Spring is like ...

english
"They have arried in the Land of opportunity and the opportunities are swirling dizzily promiscuously around them" Is this quote suppose to have a negative connotation? The passage I got it from is about someone arriving to America and being disappointed but I cant tell if he ...

English
What Is Annoying

English
Which of the following quotes from Adventures of Huckleberry Finn contains a metaphor? A:"Look at it, gentlemen and ladies all; take a hold of it;shake it. There's a hand that was the hand of a hog; but it ain't so no more; it's the hand of a man that's started in on a new ...

English
1. I bought a ball-point pen at the stationery store. 2. I bought a ballpoint pen at the stationery store. 3. I bought a ball pen at the stationery store. 4. I bought a ballpen at the stationery store. 5. I bought a ball point at the stationery store. 6. I bought a ballpoint ...

English
1. This is where I live. 2. Tell me where he lives. 3. Will you tell me why he was late. 4. Do you know how he solved the problem. 5. I remember when he arrived. ------------------------------ There are where, why, how, when in the sentences. Which ones are relative adverbs? ...

English
1. Do you ask what it was? 2. Do you tell what it was? 3. Do you remember what it was? 4. What do you suppose it was? 5. What do you imagine it was? 6. What do you believe it was? ----------------------------------------​ Are they all grammatical?

english
Nwoye and Ikemefuna as a representation of the rise of new cultural formation among the igbo society in Achebe's Things Fall Apart

english
Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart as a Postcolonial novel

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Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart as a defiance of eurocentric sociological and anthropological narration of South Africa

English
1. Do you know? + Can he play the piano? 2. Do you know if/whether he can play the piano? 3. Do you think? + Is he still alive? 4. Do you think if he is still alive? * 4-1. If do you think he is still alvie? 5. Do you think he is still alive? =============================== ...

English
1. Did you know? + Where did he go? => Did you know where he went? 2. Did you think? + Why was he late? => Did you think why he was late? => Why did you think he was late? - I thought he was late because he got up/gotten up late. 3. Did he know? + When did he come? =&...

English
1. This is the way by which he passed. 2. This is the way. He passed by the way. (Are both correct? If the two sentences in #2 are combined, can we get #1?) 3. This is the way by which he could understand the situation. 4. This is the way. He could understand the situation by ...

English
1. I think you are not serious, are you? ..................................... Does 'serious' mean 'injured severely'? ======================================= 2. I don't think he is serious, is he? (Does 'serious' mean 'thoughtful' or 'injured badly' here?)

English
1. Dogs can't see some colors. 2. Dogs can't see several colors. 3. Dogs can't see a few colors. 4. Dogs can't see any colors. .................................. Are they all grammatical? Can we use 'some,' 'several,' or 'a few,' together with 'not'?

English
1. Turn off the radio, will you? 2. Turn off the raidio. 3. Turn off the raido, please. ................................... Is #1 a polite sentence? Is #1 the same as #3 in politeness? 4. Open the window, will you? 5. Open the window, won't you? 6. Don't open the door, will ...

English
1. That is the place in which we can play. 2. That is the place on which we can play. 3. That is the place at which we can play. 4. That is the place where we can play. ------------------------------------ Which preposition do we have to use, at, on, or in? Are they all ...

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