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Posts by E.G.


Total # Posts: 438

science
The answer is NO - the universe is NOT geocentric. Geocetricity was a belief held many, but we have since found out that our Earth is not the ceter of everything; far from it.
August 16, 2010

Science
My fingers don't seem to be working properly this morning; it is "PLUTO", of course, NOT "Plut". Sorry!
August 16, 2010

Science
I would say the answer is b. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are indeed located between Mars and Plut.
August 16, 2010

Science
That is correct.
August 16, 2010

geology - thank you
Thank you and I am glad I could contribute a tiny morsel to this wonderful site. I think you and all the other teachers are just fantastic. Thank you for all the help you are giving everyone every day.
August 15, 2010

geology - thank you
Thank you so much Ms. Sue and merci beaucoup SraJMcGin. I have found the term I was searching for; it is BAJADA.
August 15, 2010

geology
Merci beaucoup, Mme; je vais étudier les emplacements que vous avez proposés.
August 15, 2010

geology
Thank you Ms. Sue but, unfortunately, this is not the term I was searching for. (It is a longer name. I know there is a pediment, but that, too, is due to erosion, if I remember correctly.)
August 15, 2010

geology
I know that a peneplain is a flat area due to erosion, but what is the term for a flat area due to deposition? I am generally very successful with searching the internet, but I could not find the term I am looking for. Could you please help? Thank you!
August 15, 2010

5th grade
How much is 3x8, and can you divide that number by 6???
August 12, 2010

????
Could you, perhaps, be referring to Andea Bocelli?
June 27, 2010

english
Here is one I wrote sometime ago (and hold the copyright to): "A Summer's Night" Calm and peaceful is the night, All the stars are gleeming bright; Just a gentle evening breeze Is tenderly flirting with some leaves. Then, suddenly, vivid and strong A turbulent ...
June 26, 2010

German
Maybe you could write your first sentence in English, so I can translate it into proper German. As you wrote it, I don't know what you would like to say.
June 22, 2010

German
Sorry, I just noticed a typing error: ".....weil mein Vater ein Freund des Vizepräsidenten......"
June 22, 2010

German
The first sentence does not make any sense to me. Es ist gut in der Lage zu sein, mit anderen Menschen über gute Programme sprechen zu können. Obwohl jeder andere Interessen hat, gibt es doch immer etwas, worüber man diskutieren kann. Ich denke, daß es ...
June 22, 2010

English
3. small typing error: The temperature here is neither low nor high.
June 21, 2010

English
Thank you so much!
June 4, 2010

English
One more question, please. I know it is commonly accepted to say, for example: He is taller than her. But isn't that grammatically incorrect? Should it not be: He is taller than she (is) Thank you!
June 4, 2010

English
Thank you very much!
June 4, 2010

English
Could you please tell me if I placed these commas correctly? 1) With all this rain, I, too, am beginning to miss the sunshine. 2) They predicted a nice weekend, though. 3) Luckily, it isn't cold. Thank you.
June 4, 2010

English
I think when saying "I am listening to the news", we usually mean that we are listening to a news program (maybe on the radio).
June 2, 2010

English
I would say that 2, 4, 5, 7 & 8 are correct. I have never eaten gimbaps, but I know what they are.
May 21, 2010

English
Sandy could be short, among others, for Sandra, Alexandra (female) or Alexander (male).
May 19, 2010

Reading
Are you asking whether it is a meteor or a meteorite that hit the beach? If so, then it is a meteorite. (Meteor is the streak of light that you see in the sky.)
May 18, 2010

English
I think the grammatically correct answer should really be: "neither do I"
May 12, 2010

Fracture Math words
Deduct the number of letters and you'll get the answer. For example: 3/4 of cube is a young bear - use only three of the letters in "cube" and you'll get CUB (a young bear). Now you try the others.
May 11, 2010

Fracture Math word
1) Find three adjacent letters in the word "kilogram" that represent something consisting of wood. 2) Skip one of the five letters in "space" and you will find the answer.
May 11, 2010

Fracture Math word
Use only three of the five letters from the word "digit"; what does one generally do with a shovel?
May 11, 2010

geography
I believe the correct answer is D
May 8, 2010

math
Reiny is right - the answer is 3:50
May 5, 2010

French
Oh, I see - thank you so very, very much!!!
May 5, 2010

French
Could you please tell my why it is: "Une vraie joie de vivre habite cette famille" and not: "Une vraie joie de vivre vit cette famille" Merci beaucoup!
May 5, 2010

french
I think it should be: Samedi je jouerai au tennis avec mon père.
May 4, 2010

Grammar (will you check these please)
I am sorry Ms. Sue and GuruBlue - I didn't see your answers. They came up while I was writing and posting.
April 26, 2010

Grammar (will you check these please)
On 6: I would have said: More favorably received 15: I listened more calmly 3: farthest from my mind ??? 4: most finely carved 7: ran fastest 10: went most smoothly But I am only guessing!
April 26, 2010

English
For 7 I would have put: When the students want to raise their grades, you usually study more. For 8: We used to have a problem with the dofgs; now you can't hear them bark at all. For 9: The baseball was thrown far and wide, so the pitcher ruined his image. I am only ...
April 25, 2010

English
Can't is a contraction of the two words CAN NOT; therefore: "I can't do it" is the same as saying "I can not do it."
April 22, 2010

English
You're welcome.
April 22, 2010

English
I think that 2 is correct. If the word ends with an "s", then we do not add another "s" after the apostrophe.
April 22, 2010

English
I think it means to do things in a different way than they are ususally done.
April 22, 2010

English
I would have chosen "approachable" also.
April 20, 2010

language
Thank you, Ms Sue; I enjoy helping others.
April 15, 2010

language
Sorry, Ms. Sue - your post came in while I was writing.
April 15, 2010

language
thirsty - thirst angry - anger grocery - groceries navy - navies pay - payed (the noun:payment) health - has no plural I don't think there is such a word as "prettiness"
April 15, 2010

English
5. I am not sure that a fashion designer actually MAKES the clothes he/she designs. 6. fashion
April 9, 2010

grammer
Also, please note that it is grammar, not grammer.
April 8, 2010

grammer
In my opinion the correct one is 3.
April 8, 2010

Earth science
If I remember my geology lesson correctly, Earth's layers are from center to the top: inner core outer core lower mantle upper mantle astenosphere mantle crust lithosphere
April 8, 2010

Earth science
That would be the outer core.
April 8, 2010

English
I have seen samulnori perform and they were excellent.
April 5, 2010

synonyms
I don't believe that from the choice you have given that "d" is the correct answer. "Retrogression" means "going back".
April 2, 2010

language expression
In addition to what Writeacher has told you, please recheck your answers to 12, 13, 15 and 17.
March 24, 2010

language expression
You're very welcome.
March 24, 2010

language expression
1) B 4) H 5) B
March 24, 2010

grammer
Since "man" and "woman" are antonyms, I assume the answer could be: man:woman: : curved:straight
March 16, 2010

French
I may b e wrong, but shouldn't #6 have been : nous nous écrivons
March 11, 2010

English
Thank you, Ms. Sue!
January 27, 2010

English
Sorry, Ms.Sue, when I posted my answer, yours didn't show up on my computer yet, or I would not have answered that post.
January 27, 2010

English
20a is correct My best friend and I are going.....
January 27, 2010

French/Sra
Thank you, Sra.
January 24, 2010

French/Sra
Shouldn't it have been: "j'ai besoin DES nouvelles sandales blanches"
January 24, 2010

Science
I believe they are called isotopes.
January 21, 2010

English
In certain parts of Europe persimmons are called "kaki".
January 20, 2010

French
Something appears to be wrong with 1.6 I would say: je ne la parle pas 2.2 I am not sure if it should not have been: j'en ai aucune 3.2 Should it not have been: "jus d'orange"?
January 15, 2010

math
Thank you so much for that explanation. Have a great day!
January 15, 2010

math
I am sorry to ask this question, but should the ft not have been converted to inches first? The way I see it, the model is 1/80 of the original. 60' = 720" 720" divided by 9" = 80" 35' = 420" 420 divided by 80 = 5.25 Am I correct in my reasoning?
January 15, 2010

Earth Science
I think it's A (rhyolitic)
January 14, 2010

French
Est-ce que Julie et Lisette sont soeurs? Julie et Lisette sont soeurs, n'est-ce pas?
January 13, 2010

French
6. Ne sont-ils pas tristes?
January 13, 2010

german
One more pronunciation: au - similar to the "ow" in "town".
January 12, 2010

german
There is still "ei" which is pronounced similar to the "i" in "like",and there is "ie" which is simply a longer "i". Also, vowels that are followed by two consonants are pronounced shorter; e.g. the "a" in "das ...
January 12, 2010

german
The vowels are pronounced: a - similar to the "u" in "but" e - similar to the "e" in "help" i - similar to the "i" in "is" o - like the "o" on "hotel" u - similar to the "o" in "two&...
January 12, 2010

german
Well, I'll give it a try: a, be, ce, de, e ,ef, ge, ha, i ,je, ka, el, em, en, o, pe, ku (used to be qwe), er, es, te, u, v(fau), we, ix, ypsilon, zet
January 12, 2010

german
The German alphabet is 26 letters, like in English. (Of course there are still the Umlaute and the "scharfe S", but you don't use these when saying the alphabet.) As to the pronunciation, I know how to pronounce it, but don't know quite how to "write&...
January 12, 2010

French help
Typing error! It is: 3. Elle y va
January 12, 2010

French help
1. Elle les voit 3. Elle y vas.....
January 12, 2010

GERMAN for BRITT
Just in case you didn't see my correction to your earlier post, I am repeating it here. Because the gender for "Mädchen" is neutral, you need to replace "sie" with "es" throughout your story. "Es war einmal ein junges Mädchen. ...
January 10, 2010

French
1. Nous allons donner un pantalon à Jean. 2. Lucie ne porte pas de chapeaux????
January 7, 2010

French
1. de 2. une 3. des 4. un 5. ????? 6. une (???) 8. d' I think those are right.
January 7, 2010

spelling
drizzle???
January 6, 2010

science
Because of the beta carotene.
January 6, 2010

Riddle
It's a coffin.
January 6, 2010

French
I just found another word for fashion designer: STYLISTE
January 4, 2010

French
You're welcome.
January 4, 2010

French
Possibly, but I really don't know. I'm sorry.
January 4, 2010

French
I believe it's couturier.
January 4, 2010

5th grade
You are very welcome.
January 3, 2010

5th grade
I am probably terribly wrong, and if so, I am sorry, but should the answer not have been 3 7/12 Should 4 10/12 not have been SUBTRACTED from 8 3/12?
January 3, 2010

GRAMMER
Also, I think you meant to say: HESITATION, not hassitation.
January 3, 2010

GRAMMER
4. can't (not "cant")
January 3, 2010

German rules for JJ
CORRECTION: sorry, I mistakenly inverted the ACCUSATIVE and DATIVE cases on all the examples. ich sehe DEN Vater is the ACCUSATIVE ich spreche mit DEM Vater is the DATIVE ich spiele mit DEM Kind is the DATIVE ich sehe DAS Kind is the ACCUSATIVE ich spreche mit DER Mutter is ...
December 31, 2009

German rules for JJ
Many of your questions had to do with CASES; in German there are three genders (masculine, feminine and neutral) and the CASES for them are as follows: MASCULINE: nominative - DER Vater ist groß the father is big genitive - der Hut DES Vaters ist neu the father's hat...
December 31, 2009

GERMAN
Sounds correct to me as well.
December 30, 2009

english
mega grape prom merge tarp omega great ten tan grate
December 30, 2009

Happy Holidays
Merci beaucoup, Mme.
December 24, 2009

Happy Holidays
Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays and all the very best for 2010 to all the wonderful teachers. Thank you for all your help!!!
December 24, 2009

english
too
December 13, 2009

History Quick?
I read somewhere, that Andrew Jackson wanted ALL white men to vote, not just upper-class ones. So, if that is true, then your sentence should have read: Jackson's supporters felt like all white men should be allowed to vote.
November 19, 2009

French help part 2
1) I don't understand that sentence 5) Je n'ai pas envie de le voir
November 19, 2009

French help part 1
4) Hier, vous avez lu le journal
November 19, 2009

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