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"This homemade ice cream tastes great!" she exclaimed. You got it right, but one could not tell because you didn't do what Writeacher suggested.
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9th grade, math.
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9th grade, biology
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3) Who was Vietnam a colony of? Or Which country was ..? Vietnam was a French colony. Of what country was Vietnam a colony? 5. When did the Vietnamese War end?
What in nature makes you say "WOW"!!! What goes through your mind when you see/hear/smell/ feel that WOW. Can you apply that to this poem?
I will be very interest to see what YOUR opinion is on this question. They have asked YOU....
Run-on sentence..... He found many things, including biscuits and rum, which he wanted to take ashore and he began searching for a boat in order to transport them to shore. 8. He was very hungry, ????? 9. yardarms
3. within a quarter mile of the ship. He also realized that had they all stayed on board, they would have all been safe. The rest of it sounds good.
English Research Project Information - Sadako
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Communication Language Studies
Many children grow up in bi lingual homes... their parents speak to them in and they pick them up like they do everything else.... often using them interchangeably. My grandson will be tri-lingual and seems to respond appropriately to whomever is speaking.
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You can find that by looking versitile up in the dictionary. Latin versatilis turning easily, from versare to turn, frequentative of vertere
That sentence is an instruction, not a thesis statement. This site will give you excellent instruction on writing thesis statements. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/
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1,2. Good 1. Shouldn't and the rest is good. 2-4 good 5. yes, you can use both. 6 - 7. good 8. who made all the decisions.... 9. good
Is this the book you are referring to? This one is not a script. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joker_in_the_pack
Look at the character description section and the quotes section at this site. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/gatsby/
See your question above. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/gatsby/ Look in the character description section and the quotes section.
e head, n could be the body t would make a tail - s legs and c antenna
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Mr Utterson heard Hyde's steps approaching the end of the street. WHO are all these "hes"????? Hyde inhaled quickly and immediately backed away; recovering, he asked Utterson how he knew his name. Frowning, Hyde hesitated but then turned defiantly.
Look at all the "he"s in sentences 1. and 2. To whom does each one refer? Remember, I suggested keep it simple and to the point. Example. As Mr Hyde opened the door of his home, Utterson touched him on the shoulder and said, "Mr. Hyde."
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If you haven't read Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty, read them. Then after you have seen the movie Princess Bride, write a list of characteristics of the the main characters. Then you will be able to make valid comparisons.
A child learns from every experience. And more important, unfortunate experiences help a child learn to deal positively with negative experiences as he/she grows.
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This site will explain "parody". You will need to have seen the movie Princess Bride to be able to answer that question. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parody
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1.wide sweeping ones , narrow rickety ones, some that led somewhere different on a Friday The colon and semi-colon are fine, but you needed to insert commas in the correct places. 2. Place a colon after broken instead of the period. Then you are going to have to put semi-...
Please make your question clearer. Are you doing the experiment? What experiment is it?
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History of Religion
This site has a early history of the Catholic Church. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Catholic_Church Briefly, no, bishops did not always live within a diocese. Remember the Bible was not an official part of the religion for many years. Many religions still do not ...
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"just" tells when - was made. Was made is the verb, so just is an adverb. Adverbs tell when, where, why and how the verb behaves.
I agree with you totally.
The simple predicate ( verb) is were abused. The complete predicate is - were physically abused in horrible ways The complete subject is "the naval aviators"; the simple subject is "aviators".
#3 leave out "long ago". "in his youth " is sufficient. #5. The first sentence is fine. #6. Put "emerges wrathfully from the earth and attacks Beowulf a second time." "a second time" and "again" are redundant. The rest of it is...
introduction to literature
Your question has been referred to the site "boss"... to see if this can be arranged.
1. Bit of an argument here. The mirror reflects actuality; however what is seen is in the "eye of the beholder". 2 though 4.. need many fewer word and much more clarity. #5. The electorate usually "bribe" the already "corrupt" politicians. 6. ...
That was where most of the girls who worked in the mills lived. However, this was not the norm. See this site. (Broken Link Removed)
#1 horrified by is correct, and your gerund is fine. #3. established themselves or settled - do not use themselves after settled. Good iron workers is correct. 4. uses is better 6. which - not in which or where 7. do not develop - (all of those can be used) - the story 8. Any ...
Because a narrator is NOT an "it" You may say - The story may also be told by a voice outside,,,,,, 2. Yes. 3. 47 AD during the rule of.. 5. by force would be correct. 6. to face up to - is awkward.
Here is a good site for explaining those conjunctions and how to punctuate. http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/conjunctions-coordinating.htm
1) Catherine is not going to forsake Heathcliff (can you say to separate from Heathcliff). If she did, she believes she would be meet the fate of Milo. Your original phrasing is better. 2) When considering her love for Edgar, she says that Edgar should first shake off his ...
Probably because they are facing opposite directions.
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She is used as a subject. Her is used as an object.
89 + X =?
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Sara in the Stars Dream Day "Not in my imagination" ( this is a line from a song) (Broken Link Removed)
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Check this site for help with that: Look particularly at the character analyses. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/siddhartha/
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ap us history
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Please see above post.
WW2 is pretty major!
Did you read the book? If so did you find examples of her doing what she said she would? Or, did you find examples of her procrastinating, or not telling the truth?
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You are absolutely right!
The independent clause is Associated Press reported. All the rest is a dependent noun clause ( direct object)
The quotation marks are not in the right place at the end. There should be an end quote following "in." The subject would be Associated Press. The verb would be reported.
A metaphor is a comparison, not using the word "like". Comparing a square dance to wind swirling autumn leaves is a metaphor. Look at this site: http://www.rhlschool.com/eng3n26.htm
Yes, it does make sense.... Think of "blood" in terms of heritage.
The allusion, of course, is to Eve in the garden of Eden and the snake. The room the poem refers to is the laundry room... shed skins = cloths. The "snake" of the Bible story has had many suggestions for meaning. I have always thought of it as "self knowledge&...
Use real stuff and people. Move things "next to", have them stand on the left of their desk, on the right of you. <G> Think "real time".
Use examples from the room... There is one map on the wall. There are two pictures. Then have them find things they can use there are and there is... in the room. There is one nose on my face. There are two eyes. When working with that age, stay practical and find some humor...
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It is a couplet. It is also a figure of speech. Check this site: http://grammar.about.com/od/rhetoricstyle/a/20figures.htm
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Terry hated to lose and needed to be better than other people.
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By the by... "have seeked" is not a verb. "sought " is the past participle.
Take each sentence by itself. Find the subject (who or what is being talked about); then find the verb. Example: The service and loyalty ( I owe in doing it) pays itself. Subject - service/ loyalty Verb - pays Direct object - itself Adjective clause - I owe in doing it You can...
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4th grade, Math
Please use the specific subject area.
12th grade, graphing
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