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English
But time did beckon to the flowers. Herbert metaphor simile personification hyperbole my answer simile
April 21, 2010

English
Question 12 He wrote a hot check. The word hot is used poorly clearly connotatively denotatively Question 13 Hot flames poured out of the grill. The word hot is used poorly clearly connotatively denotatively my answer 12. poorly because its slang for bad 13connotatively
April 21, 2010

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If one smokes cigarettes, you run the risk of getting lung cancer. number mood tense person my Answer D the key word is you and you is a person and is the subject of the sentence
April 21, 2010

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it cant be faulty comparsion because they denote reasons and the subject is napkin but it says these napkins are nicer nicer then what? its suppose to be comparing it to something so it must be an incomplete comparision.
April 21, 2010

English
Question 3 I always think linen napkins are nicer. midplaced modifier dangling modifierfa faulty predication incomplete comparison Answer A
April 21, 2010

English
I went back and checked my answers Select the most effective sentence. Baxter worried about his English exam when he thought about it. Baxter felt a pang of existential anxiety when he comtemplated his English exam. When Baxter thought of his English test, he freaked out. ...
April 21, 2010

English
Question 22 Identify the type of organization used in the following sentence: I went to the buffet six times, and I still saved room for dessert. subordination coordination religious secular Question 23 Identify the type of organization in the following sentence: Since I was ...
April 21, 2010

English
Question 21 Select the most effective sentence. Baxter worried about his English exam when he thought about it. Baxter felt a pang of existential anxiety when he comtemplated his English exam. When Baxter thought of his English test, he freaked out. Thinking about the English ...
April 21, 2010

English
Question 21 Select the most effective sentence. Baxter worried about his English exam when he thought about it. Baxter felt a pang of existential anxiety when he comtemplated his English exam. When Baxter thought of his English test, he freaked out. Thinking about the English ...
April 21, 2010

English
my only other opition i see is personification
April 21, 2010

English
Question 20 Here the once embattled farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world. metaphor simile personification hyperbole my answer A
April 21, 2010

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ok now i get it it must be personification
April 21, 2010

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Question 20 Here the once embattled farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world. metaphor simile personification hyperbole my answer A
April 21, 2010

English
personification
April 21, 2010

English
Question 19 But time did beckon to the flowers. Herbert metaphor simile personification hyperbole A
April 21, 2010

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He flunked the chemistry test. Flunked is jargon sexist language euphemism colloquial my answer D
April 21, 2010

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Question 17 Mortality weighs heavily upon me like an unwilling sleep. Samuel Johnson metaphor simile personification hyperbole my answer B
April 21, 2010

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Question 16 The male nurse left the room. Male nurse is jargon sexist language euphemism colloquial my answer B
April 21, 2010

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oh its a euphemism
April 21, 2010

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Question 15 When is the blessed event supposed to take place? Blessed event is jargon sexist language euphemism colloquial my answer D
April 21, 2010

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Question 14 Have you booted the disk? The word booted is jargon sexist language euphemism regional my answer A
April 21, 2010

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13Hot flames poured out of the grill. The word hot is used poorly clearly connotatively denotatively my answer C
April 21, 2010

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Question 12 He wrote a hot check. The word hot is used poorly clearly connotatively denotatively Answer D
April 21, 2010

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so I am correct
April 21, 2010

English
oh its a unclear pronoun reference
April 21, 2010

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Question 11 He brought home a new car - large, fire-engine red, fast, and which he could not afford. unclear pronoun reference lack of parallelism mixed metaphor simile my answer c. mixed metaphor
April 21, 2010

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oh its person
April 21, 2010

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Question 8 If one smokes cigarettes, you run the risk of getting lung cancer. number mood tense person my answer A. MOOD
April 21, 2010

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Question 7 Some used car salesmen twist the truth. Be careful when you talk to them. This sentence shifts in mood voice and subject person number my answer A. MOOD
April 21, 2010

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The wind was howling and blowing a hundred miles an hour when suddenly there is a big crash, and a tree falls into Rocky's living room. The sentence shifts in person tense discourse voice and subject Answer B
April 21, 2010

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The reason she is not here is because she is ill. misplaced modifier dangling modifier faulty predication incomplete comparison answer A
April 21, 2010

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number
April 21, 2010

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Anyone who rides a bicycle every day will discover that they develop some muscles not developed by jogging. This sentence shifts in person number mood discourse MY answer A. person
April 21, 2010

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When I asked for a submarine, the convenience store clerk said he didn't have kits for making model ships with a confused look. misplaced modifier dangling modifier faulty predication incomplete comparison answer A
April 21, 2010

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1.Having studied small engine repair in night school, fixing the lawn mower was easy. misplaced modifier dangling modifier faulty predication incomplete comparison Question 2 When I asked for a submarine, the convenience store clerk said he didn't have kits for making ...
April 21, 2010

English
Use singular verbs for _______. names of companies compound subjects collective nouns when they refer to members acting individually words such as jeans and thanks my answer collective nouns when they refer to members acting individually
April 21, 2010

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Use plural verbs for ________. words such as pants and eyeglasses titles of written works words such as economics and physics an amount as a subject my answer An amount as a subject
April 21, 2010

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1.B 2.B 3.B 4.B 5.D 6.C 7.C 8.C 9.D 10.B 11.C 12.A 13.B 14.A 15.D 16.B 17.A 18.D 19.A 20.A 21.A 22.B 23.C 24.C 25.D
April 21, 2010

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1.Having studied small engine repair in night school, fixing the lawn mower was easy. misplaced modifier dangling modifier faulty predication incomplete comparison Question 2 When I asked for a submarine, the convenience store clerk said he didn't have kits for making ...
April 21, 2010

English
Which of the following is a compound subject? cats and dogs twenty-two miles cats or dogs each girl or boy my answer cats and dogs
April 21, 2010

English
There are a popular sandwich shop in our area that serves the meats, cheeses, and dressings on the sandwich and top the fillings with french fries and coleslaw. my answer There is a popular sandwich shop in our area that serves the meats,cheeses and dressings on the sandwich ...
April 21, 2010

English
all others i filled in are correct?
April 20, 2010

English
so 13 is prepositional phrases
April 20, 2010

English
.the subject of the sentence is first person, then the verb must be in what form? third person second person fourth person first person Question 2 Verbs indicate what? location punctuation history time Question 3 Verbs may also indicate what? use date number year Question 4 ...
April 20, 2010

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My answers 1.assuring the audience that what you are arguing for is for the general good, a widespread issue or problem, one that they may share with you 2.factual evidence collected from data and events 3.appeals to the audience's sympathy and feelings 4.an appeal to the ...
April 20, 2010

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1.Establishing credibility involves what? assuring the audience that what you are arguing for is for the general good, a widespread issue or problem, one that they may share with you citing authorities on the subject who support your point wholeheartedly arguing that an event...
April 20, 2010

English
I am just suppose to pick one
April 20, 2010

English
1.His book was returned to the bin, and then Johnny carried the other books home. 2.When the students want to raise their grades, you usually study more. 3.Each person should bring a gift, or they will not be admitted to the festival. 4.Everyone should report to your building ...
April 20, 2010

English
Which sentence contains a shift in number? The lake contained garbage that flows through the storm drains. He couldn't refuse when offered another helping of dessert; sometimes you just can't resist! His book was returned to the bin, and then Johnny carried the other ...
April 20, 2010

English
3. I think is number
April 20, 2010

English
srry i think 3 is number
April 20, 2010

English
my answers 1.first person 2.time 3.use 4.action 5.subjects and verbs are either both singular or plural 6.when it is difficult to find the sentence subject, as it may be placed among many other words 7.nouns such as team and committee 8.cats and dogs 9.all 10. 11. 12. person ...
April 20, 2010

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1.the subject of the sentence is first person, then the verb must be in what form? third person second person fourth person first person Question 2 Verbs indicate what? location punctuation history time Question 3 Verbs may also indicate what? use date number year Question 4 ...
April 20, 2010

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4.highest 5.nearer 17. wouldn't the adverb be rob? 7.more beautiful 8.less generous
April 20, 2010

English
2. This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. happiest biggest most ...
April 20, 2010

english
7.Sneezing spreads colds. Present participle Gerund Infinitive Past participle 8.He suggested taking the A train. Infinitive Present participle Gerund Past participle 9.Just imagine being there! Present participle Gerund Past participle Infinitive 10. Identify the underlined ...
April 20, 2010

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Question 2 Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below. Bill was disguised in the photograph, therefore, his wife failed to recognize him. Bill was disguised in the photograph therefore, his wife failed to recognize him. Bill was disguised in the photograph; therefore, ...
April 20, 2010

English
1.Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? I threw the newspaper in the waste basket after I read the editorial. After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. After reading the editorial, I placed the newspaper in the waste basket. After reading the editorial, ...
April 20, 2010

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my new answers 1.After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. 9.He watched the birds drinking coffee on his porch. 11.An engineer designed that racecar with special headlights. 14.With only $20 in his pocket, the bus for Norfolk seemed the only option for Tom. 15.He ...
April 19, 2010

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1.Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? 1. I threw the newspaper in the waste basket after I read the editorial. After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. After reading the editorial, I placed the newspaper in the waste basket. After reading the ...
April 19, 2010

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2.Bill was disguised in the photograph; therefore, his wife failed to recognize him. 4.If I'm not mistaken, that's your fourth piece of pie! 5.His hair was oiled and slick, as a result, the girl found him unattractive. 6.The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy; it was ...
April 19, 2010

English
Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below. Janet entered the abandoned mountain monastery she noticed the moss-covered rocks below. Janet entered the abandoned mountain monastery, she noticed the moss-covered rocks below. Before entering the abandoned mountain monastery...
April 19, 2010

english
new answers 1.After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. 9.He watched the birds drinking coffee on his porch. 11.An engineer designed that racecar with special headlights. 14.With only $20 in his pocket, the bus for Norfolk seemed the only option for Tom. 15.He threw ...
April 19, 2010

english
Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? 1. I threw the newspaper in the waste basket after I read the editorial. After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. After reading the editorial, I placed the newspaper in the waste basket. After reading the editorial...
April 19, 2010

English
my answers 1.gerund 2.infinitive 3.She began to sing the song 4.After the teacher left, we continued reading the book 5.love 6.he claims to have read the book in school 7.present participle 8.Present participle 9.Present participle 10.Present participle 11.Present participle ...
April 19, 2010

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What is a verb form ending with -ing called? 1. gerund infinitive possessive passive Question 2 A verb form that begins with to is called what? gerund infinitive possessive passive Question 3 Which sentence is in the correct form? She began to sing the song. They denied to ...
April 19, 2010

english
my answers 1.I threw the newspaper in the waste basket after I read the editorial. 2. Eating watermelon often requires having a napkin handy. 3.Without knowing the way, it was easy to get lost 4. To finish the chores, maximum effort was put forth 5. Sifting through the debris...
April 19, 2010

english
Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? 1. I threw the newspaper in the waste basket after I read the editorial. After I read the editorial, I threw the paper away. After reading the editorial, I placed the newspaper in the waste basket. After reading the editorial...
April 19, 2010

english
Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? Having finished our work, we went for a cold beer. After we finished our work, we went for a cold beer. A cold beer sounded great after we finished our work. Having finished our work, a cold beer seemed the next logical step.
April 19, 2010

english
Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? Keeping to himself, the corner of the room seemed like a good place to stand. John kept to himself by standing in the corner. Standing in the corner, John kept to himself. Keeping to himself, John stood in the corner.
April 19, 2010

English
would not the dangling modifer be sentence 4?
April 19, 2010

English
Which sentence below contains a dangling modifier? Finding a place to sleep, the bed was comfortable. The bed was a comfortable place to sleep. Finding a place to sleep was difficult. Finding a place to sleep, the children thought the bed was comfortable
April 19, 2010

Math
$6550 is compounded semianually at a rate of 18% for 18 years. find the total amount in the compound interest account round to the hundredth as needed.
April 17, 2010

Math
so 48960?
April 17, 2010

Math
Find total amount in the compound intrest account. $2000 is compounded quarterly at a rate of 8% for 6 years. (Round to nearest Hundereths as needed)
April 17, 2010

Math
Find the total amount in the compound intrest account. $4000 is compounded annually at a rate of 11% for 3 years. (Round the nearest hundredths as needed)
April 17, 2010

Math
round to the nearest hundredths as needed
April 17, 2010

Math
Find total amount in compound interest account. $9000 IS compounded semiannually at a rate of 11% for 20 years
April 17, 2010

Math
srry i meant $3000 principal
April 17, 2010

Math
Find simple intrest principal= $300 Rate= 10% Time 3 and a half years
April 17, 2010

Science
Steel wool [iron] is burned in the presence of oxygen in the air and makes iron oxide: is this a combination, decomposition, or replacement reaction?
April 14, 2010

Math
A math class has 26 women and 12 men. find the ratio of men to total students
April 13, 2010

Math
A survey revealed that 4 out of 5 people prefer vanilla ice cream to chocolate. In a class of 30 how many students are likely to prefer chocolate ice cream?
April 13, 2010

math
A rectangular storage building is 30 feet long and 25 feet wide. Find the ratio of the length to the primeter of the bulding.
April 13, 2010

math
on a road map 1 inch corresponds to 30 miles. if the 2 cities are 150 miles apart, find the measurement on the map
April 13, 2010

math
what 2 integers do the square root of 93 lay between.
April 13, 2010

math
so its 2 and 2
April 13, 2010

math
simplify the square root of 72
April 13, 2010

algebra
or 3 by 11 feet
April 13, 2010

algebra
so its 3.11?
April 13, 2010

algebra
A rectangular storage building is 30 feet long and 25 feet wide. Find the ratio of the length to the primeter of the bulding. now I divided 30 by 25 and got 1.2 feet is that correct?
April 13, 2010

algebra
so 6 out of 19 are men?
April 13, 2010

algebra
a math class has 26 women and 12 men. Find the ratio of men to total studens.
April 13, 2010

5th grade
5/8
April 12, 2010

adult education
what is an antecedent
April 3, 2010

Chemistry
What is C2H5OH?
March 28, 2010

History
How important is it for the people of a nation to have approved their constitution?
March 26, 2010

English
how about this for paralleism The Rochester Institute of Technology in New York State chose 150 students born on June 12 1979. Each received a grant of $1,500 per year. These awards were given to select students to honor the school’s 150th anniversary.
March 25, 2010

English
The Rochester Institute of Technology in New York State chose 150 students born on June 12 1979. Each one recieved a grant of $1,500 per year. These awards were given to select students to honor the school's 150th anniversary which was celebrated on June 12 1979. my answer...
March 25, 2010

English
yes thats the name of the College and how the book has it.
March 25, 2010

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