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help I need a book report on Anastasia. It needs six sentences pls help.

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1. The dog ran around the house. ---------------------- Does it mean that the dog ran outside the house? Does it mean he ran here and there in the house? Or does the sentence mean both situations?

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Hello. I will be grateful for your language advice. Do you think I used the articles correctly in the following sentence: "The author analyzes a long and complicated process of the rise and fall of the British Empire." Thank you.

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A: I like pears. 1. Same here. 2. That makes two of us. 3. You can say that again. 4. Me too. 5. So do I. 6. I think so, too. 7. I agree with you. (Can we use all the responses? #6 and #7 seem to be a little strange.) A: The movie was great. 8. Same here. 9. That makes two of ...

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1. It was his fault that he didn't put a leash on his dog. 2. He should have walked his dog with a leash on. 3. He should have walked the dog with a leash on his collar. 4. It was his mistake that his didn't tie his dog to the collar. He should have used a dog lead. 5. By ...

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out of 7500 candidates 75% offered english and 45% offered maths.how many offered both?

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1. I move that a vote be taken on this. 2. I suggest that a vote be taken on this. (Does #1 mean #2?) 3. He suggested that she was a professor. (Is this sentence correct? What does 'suggested' mean in this sentence? What other words can we use?) 4. He suggested that she might ...

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Change the italicized clause to a nominative absolute. Rewrite the entire sentence in the box below. As the hurricane season was over, people returned to the cottages on the beach. as the hurricane season was over is italicized.

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1. Why is that? 2. What is your reason for that? 3. Why do you think so? 4. What makes you think so? 5. What is your opinion about which person the dog should live with? 6. Let me know your opinion about that. 7. Will you give me your opinion about that? 8. Which master do you...

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The question for my essay was to agree or disagree with: Some critics argue that you can only fully understand a piece of literature if you understand the historical events that were on going when it was being written. Others argue that each piece of literature is independent ...

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1. She has taken good care of Chuchu till now. 2. She took Chuchu home and has cared for him till now. 3. She decided to take the pet home when he was a blind dog, and has cared for him very well. 4. She wanted to take the pet though he was blind, and has looked after him ...

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1. He had stayed with his old master for long. (For 5 month, he has lived with his new master.) 2. They had been together for such a long time. 3. He had stayed with his old master together for ages. 4. He had been with his old master long. ---------------------------------- ...

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1. The pet has lived with the lady until he meets his old master. 2. The pet had lived with the lady until he met his old master. 3. The pet lived with the lady until he meets his old master. 4. The pet lived with the lady until he met his old master. (In terms of tense, which...

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1. You can feel safe now. 2. You may feel safe now. 3. You are able to feel safe now. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?) 4. You will feel better soon. 5. You will be better soon. (Are both the same in meaning? What is the difference between them?) 6. strange: unusual or surprising 7. ...

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1. You look great in your uniform. 2. You look great if you wear your uniform. ----------------- Does #1 mean #2?

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A: I think honesty is the best policy. 1. Me too. 2. Same here. 3. I have the same idea. 4. I agree with you. 5. I think so, too. 6. You can say that again. 7. That makes two of us. (Are the responses all correct?)

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1. He was married to Emily in 2009. 2. He got married to Emily in 2009. ---------------------- What is the difference between them? Does #1 mean "state"? And does #2 mean "action"?

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Complete the following sentence. _____ often answer the questions who, what, why, when, or where. Supporting details (MY ANSWER) Statistics Reading strategies Graphic organizers

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Hello. I will be grateful for your advice. Which is correct in English: 1) my congratulation message to my teacher; 2) my congratulation message for my teacher? Thank you.

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1. He suggested that she should join the club. 2. He suggested that she might be a librarian. 3. He suggested that the boy laughed at the girl. 4. The driver insisted that the car ran into the pedestrian. 5. He insisted that she should go on a picnic together. 6. He insisted ...

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1. He decided that she should go shopping. 2. His decision was that she should go shopping. 3. He made a decision that she should go shopping. 4. He suggested that the party be put off. 5. His suggestion was that the party should be put off. ================ Can we use all the...

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1. The mayor ordered that the man (should) leave the city early. 2. He suggested that the party (should) be put off. 3. He insisted that she (should) make a sppech. 4. They demanded that he should resign. 4-1. They demanded that he resign. 4-2. They demanded that he not resign...

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1. I am happy with my brother. 2. I am happy for my brother. 3. I am happy because of my brother. 4. I am satisfied with my brother. ------------------------ Are they all correct? What is the difference between #1 and #2? #1 seems to mean #4. Is that right? Which one is close ...

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2) Your online chat name should never contain your full name. True or False ~ (My answer is TRUE) 3) It is safe to tell your online acquaintance (someone you have NEVER met) your a. full name b. address c. phone number d. favorite music ~ (My answer) 4) Using the ideas of ...

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1. Why don't you take a few days off? 2. Why don't you take off a few days? (Are both grammatical? What other similar expressions do we have about 'take off'?) * I can't stand people talking loudly in public. 3. Me neither. 4. Neither can I. 5. Nor can I. 6. I agree with you. ...

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population of interbreeding individuals with similar characteristics, though variation is common among all of the them at all times. individual fixed and unchanging. thanks

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1. It's me. 2. It's me, Tom. 3. It's me, Tom, your best friend. (They are all right?)

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1. What is his opinion like? 2. What do you think his opinion is like? - I don't agree with him about his opinion. - I don't agree with him on/about the statement that his old master was careless. - His opinion is wanterful. (Are they all acceptable?) 3. His acting is great. 4...

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1. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near. 2. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near to him. 3. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was close to him. 4. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near him. 5. It's because Chuchu ...

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Check to see if I am answering this right? I had to pick a story and explain how it meets the requirements of a modern short story. I chose the story Araby by James Joyce. I said it has dramatic irony in it, because the reader is certain that the narrator will not return a ...

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lor ullns daughter 1. The water-wraith was shrieking." Is the symbolism in the line a premonition of what happens at the end? Give reasons for your answer. 2. The lady faces a dilemma here. What is it? What choice does she finally make? 3. 'Lord Ullin reached that fatal shore...

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question on the poem road not taken 1. Which road does the poet choose and why? 2. Which road would you choose and why? 3. Does the speaker seem to be happy about his decision? Justify your answer. 4. The poet says “I took the one less travelled by / And that has made all ...

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what are nouns? what are pronouns? what are articles? what are verbs? what are adverbs? what are composition?

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Based on this passage of The Odyssey, one can conclude that the ancient Greeks greatly valued .

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1. She was entering the subway. At that thie, the dog felt that his old master is near. "On the subway", he barked loudly. People sitting on their seats were surprised. (Is the expression in the quotation marks correct? Which expression do we have to use? Do we put 'train' at ...

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1. I can't concentrate on work. 2. I can't concentrate at work. 3. I can't concentrate (on something) at work. ------------------ Which one is correct? Does #1 mean #3? •English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 18, 2016 at 8:46am 1 and 2 are fine, but mean different things. 3 ...

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1. He often takes pictures of sunrises/sunrise. (Do we have to use the singular form or the plural form?) 2. What's wrong with your brother? - No, not at all. (Is this answer suitable? Do you have other suitable answers?)

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is evil in humanity a social issue? if not, how can i turn it into one? or is there a social issue that is similar to evil in humanity.

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In kids zones there is no new items for upcoming Eid festival still now.Some products quality are very poor.For example kids SKD salowar's inside seam is not well finished which can be inconvenient for kid's body.some motifs are not attached properly,kid's dresses are not ...

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PLEASE HELP ME TO WRITE A PEOM ABOUT GIVERS NEVER LACK

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Choose the correct form of the possessive for the underlined word in the following sentence: “A YEARS worth of hard work has finally paid off.” ( "years" is underlined) should it be: year years years' year's

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give the substance of the poem daybreak.

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What is the prepositional phrase is the following: 1. We were doing a mathematical test when the fire alarm rang yesterday. 2.The new girl in our ESL class has a brother I grade 7 and a sister in grade 9. 3.I didn't know what time it was so I very late to class. 4.To build a ...

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1. Take out a pencil out of the pencil case. 2. Take out a pencil from the pencil case. 3. Take out a pencil in the pencil case. ---------------------- Are they all grammatical? Does #1 mean #2? Which one is a common expression? Is #3 okay? Does #3 mean that there is only one ...

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1. I can't stand you grumbling all the time. 2. I can''t stand you who are grumbling all the time. 3. I can't stand you who grumle all the time. --------------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Which one is similar to #1, #2 or 33?

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1. Why don't you take a few days off? 2. Why don't you take off a few days? -------------------------- Are both the same in meaning? What other expressions can we use instead of 'take off'?

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1. I cannot but stay with him. 2. I cannot help staying with him. 3. I cannot choose but stay with him. 4. I have no choice but to stay with him. ------------------ Are they all grammatical. I know 'help' means 'avoid.' Then what does 'but' mean in #3 and #4? Does 'but' mean '...

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1. I can't concentrate on work. 2. I can't concentrate at work. 3. I can't concentrate (on something) at work. ------------------ Which one is correct? Does #1 mean #3?

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His dog became a missing dog. 1. He should have used a dog lead. 2. He should have tied the dog with a dog lead. 3. He should have tied a dog lead to the collar of the dog. 4. He didn't used the leash. He should have walke the dog with the leash on the collar. 5. He didn't ...

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I was assigned to write an essay,after writing it ,I started to question my writing, and I just cannot decide on whether I should use passive or active voice for this kind of formal writing. ..yes,I have researched, but can't establish which one is more adequate.

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Which sentence is appropriate should the word be launch or launching? Since the launching of phishing campaign, a number of staff along with yourself have been identified as clicking on multiple phishing links. Since the launch of phishing campaign, a number of staff along ...

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Two students talked about the title. Now, one last student....OK. Well done. Please remain quiet, everyone. ------------------- Would you check the short passage? Correct any errors, please.

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The title "another evening at the club" is close in meaning to "just another evening at the club" given the events of the story, what is the significance of this meaning? I need help explaining this. I have no idea how to word it

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From reading “The Raven and the First Men: The Beginnings of the Haida,” the reader can tell that the Haida people value family due to the actions of

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Ron, Andrea, and Tarique are a group of students who evaluated another student’s story. Each of them read the story and wrote comments. What are the students doing? conducting a peer review completing a rubric evaluation filling in a plus-and-minus chart rating a writing sample

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1. Look at the abandoned dogs. 2. Look at the deserted dogs. (Which one is a correct term? Can we use both expressions? Do you have some other terms?) 3. A dog is a companion animal. I have two companion dogs. (Is this expression right?)

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Does anyone have an old compare and contrast essay i can use?

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read the following line from Poe's "The Raven": "Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before" a)alliteration b)metaphor c)personification d)simile

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Write a speech in the following situation- You are the leading actor in a school play It is the interval in the play. The first half was dreadful, with actors forgetting their lines, props falling over and the audience laughing for the wrong reasons..‟ Use a range of ...

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Imagine that there are many children in your locality had missing their parents and they just sent to job by their families.Write a letter to editor of newspaper describing the sad plight of such children and the need to uplift them. And I need to get a formal letter to editor...

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Many years passed. --------------------- If a person uses the sentence above, how many years does the person have in mind? More than 5 years? Over 7 years? More than 10 years? How about you?

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1. I'll take him the dog. 2. I'll take the dog to him. 3. I'll bring him the cat. 4. I'll bring the cat to him. 5. I'll bring him it. 6. I'll bring it to him. 7. I'll take him this. 8. I'll take this to him. --------------- Is each pair the same and grammatical? Is #5 correct...

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They went to an animal doctor. The vet said, "This pet is almost blind." The wife said to her husband, "What are you going to do?" --------------------------- What is the difference between them in meaning? 1. What are you going to do? 2. What will you do? In the last sentence...

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The sea is shallow, and we can not notice a major shift in a tidal change. ------------ Would you check this sentence? Thank you.

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The sandy area is 1.5 km in length, 40 km in width and has an area of 60,000 square meters. ------------------- Would you check the sentence an correct errors, please?

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1. Also many events and festivals are held with (the) opening of the sea. (Is it correct? Do we ahve to sue 'the' here?) 2. The beach provides tourists with other attractions every year. ------------------- Are they grammatical?

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1. Whitey in Roumania Whitey's master died 5 years ago. However, he has been waiting for him. 2. Whitey in Roumania Whitey's master died 5 years ago. However, he has waited for him for a long time. 3. Whitey in Roumania Whitey's master died, but, he has been waiting for him ...

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1. granddad, granddaddy 2. grandad,grandaddy Which ones do we have to use?

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Do adults use grandma, grandpa, or granddad? Do children usually use the terms?

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When every pencil meant a sacrifice his parents boarded him at school in town, slaving to free him from the stony fields, the meagre acreage that bore them down. They blushed with pride when, at his graduation, they watched him picking up the slender scroll, his passport from ...

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2 sentences with rising intonation and 2 sentences with falling intonation

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1. I bought six-year old red ginseng. 2. I bought six-year-old red ginseng. (Which one is grammatical?) 3. He narrowly escaped being drowned. 4. He narrowly escaped from being drowned. (Are both the same and grammatical:?)

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1. I'll look over your application and call you in a few days. 2. I'll look thoroughly your application and call you in a few days. (Is 'look thoroughly' the opposite of 'look over'?) 3. I will look closely at your application. 4. I will take a close look at your application...

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1. He called on his uncle. 2. He called at his uncle's (house). 3. He visited his uncle. 4. He visited his uncle's (house). 5. He dropped by the bakery/his grandma. 6. He came by the bakery/his grandma. 7. He paid a visit to his uncle. 8. He paid a visit to the bakery...

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The company profits ____________ by 5% last year. ------------------ Q1: What can be put in the blank? 1. grew 2. increased 3. ________ Q2: Is the sentence grammatical?

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1. The bird fell into the tree. 2. The bird fell in the tree. 3. The bird fell out of the tree. 4. The bird fell from the tree. 5. The bird fell off the tree. ---------------------- Are they all grammatical? Does 1 mean 2? Are the rest all the same in meaning?

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, June 10, 2016 at 11:32pm. 1. The building of the new bridge will go ahead as planned. 2. The building of the new bridge will go ahead as it is planned. (Does #1 mean #2? Is 'it is' deleted?) 3. Lee was standing right behind her. 4. Lee was standing ...

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Choose the word that best completes the sentence. One of the girls left _____ tennis shoes in the gym. a. her*** b. hers c. their d. them

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For what reason might an author use onomatopoeia in a story or poem? a. to help create a vivid picture*** b. to compare unlike items or concepts c. to give the text a song-like quality d. to represent something else

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Read the following lines from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven": And the Raven, never flitting, still sitting, still sitting On the pallid bust of Pallas just above my chamber door; And his eyes have all the seeming of a demon's that is dreaming, And the lamplight o'er him ...

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Which phrase from Marge Piercy's "To Be Use" best illustrates the poem's celebratory tone toward hard work? I want to be with people who submerge in the task, who go into the fields to harvest and work in a row and pass the bags along, who are not parlor generals and field ...

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Why didn't Chuchu stay calm? 1. It was because Chuchu felt his old master was so close to him. 2. He felt his old master was so close to him. 3. He felt his old master was near him. 4. He felt his old master was in the subway. 5. He felt his old master was not far away. 6. It ...

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1. When did master lose Chuchu? 2. Master lost Chuchu when they went out for a walk. 3. You must be master of your circumstances. --------------------------------- #2 is the answer to the question 1. Will you look at the word 'master'? There is no article before 'master.' Can ...

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1. How did Chuchu notice that his old master was in the subway? - He could feel that his old master was there. 2. Think and talk about which person Chuchu should live. - I think Chuchu should live with his old master because he had been with his old master for a long time and ...

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1. After getting married, what did the master do? - He moved into a bigger house. 2. What is the master going to do for Chuchu? - He is going to take care of the pet. 3. When did the master lose Chuchu? - He lost Chuchu when they went out for a walk. 4. What happened to Chuchu...

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1. What are the synonyms of delicious? -They are yummy and tastey. 2. What is the antonym of delicious? - It is tasteless. ------------------------- Q1: Are the questions and answers correct? Q2: Do you have other common opposites of 'delicious' other than 'tasteless'? 3. ...

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1. "He looks pale," she said. 2. "He looks pale," said she. 3. "He looks pale," said the girl. 4. "He looks pale," the girl said. ----------------- Which ones are grammatical? Do you have any rule regarding that?

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Somebody is knocking on the door outside. The person inside the house says, "Who is it?" -------------------- Why does he say 'Who is it?" What about "Who are you?" Can't we use "Who are you?" Do you have any difference between the two sentences?

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"When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle ...

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1. What is the opposite of blurry? 2. What is the opposite for blurry? -It's clear. (Which question is right? Are both correct? Which preposition is commonly used?)

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Can someone help me write an essay on the secret garden

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Part A Infinitives An infinitive is the base form of the verb, commonly preceded by to . An infinitive may be used as a noun, adverb, or adjective. Examples: -To know him is to like him. (noun) -She came here to study. (adverb) -That is the movie to see. (adjective) Directions...

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1. Salt Lake City, Utah's capital and largest city, was founded in 1847. 2. Janice and Carla spent the day at the mall. 3. Standard time was adopted in the United States in 1884. 4. The geographic center of the United States is in Kansas. 5. The first safety lamp for miners ...

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What is the main theme of the poem

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In Edgar Allan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado," the literary device of foreshadowing is used to create mystery when Montressor tells Fortunato a. "You are a man to be missed." b. "A draught of this Medoc will defend us from the damps." c. "You were not to be found, and I was ...

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Which phrase best defines an epic simile? a. a figure of speech in which one thing is spoken of as if it were something else b. a literary technique that involves differences between meaning and intention c. a work created in imitation of another d. a long, elaborate ...

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can someone write a summary of the novel pride and prejudice in 400 words? please

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1. He looks like he is in another world. 2. He looks like he has a lot of money. 3. He looks like he knows everything. 4. He looks like he is from America. 5. He looks like he is more than 20 years old. ---------------------- Are the sentence all correct? In these sentences, ...

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What should we do to live a healthy life? Let me tell you about what to do for a healthy life. First, we should eat healthy food to stay healthy. It is better to eat brown rice than white rice. Second, we should exercise regularly. I like playing badminton, so I play badminton...

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A baby is in a cradle. One of the boys is looking at the baby. He said, "_________" 1. It is smiling. 2. He is smiling. 3. She is smiling. ---------------------- Wich expression can he use? If the boy doesn't know whether the baby is a girl or a boy, does he have to say as in...

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