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May 3, 2015

Posts by Reed


Total # Posts: 2,257

Education
It's asking for YOUR views. If you view children's skills and competencies as very poor, how can you see them more positively, for example.
May 3, 2015

math
If he paints half the wall blue, he'll have half a wall that's painted blue. What is the question?
May 3, 2015

ANT101
And your answer is?
May 2, 2015

English
Since I have not read the book, but you have, I suggest you look for some. http://www.literarydevices.net/analogy/
May 2, 2015

introduction to business
And your answer is?
May 2, 2015

civics
BTW, my General Electric refrigerator was made in China. GE used to make most of it's home appliances in Kentucky, but not so much now. The impact on American jobs is not positive.
May 2, 2015

civics
Well, do read! And if I can help, you're more than welcome. That's why we're here.
May 2, 2015

civics
Read some of these articles: http://www.google.com/search?q=international+trade&oq=international+trade&aqs=chrome..69i57.3712j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8
May 2, 2015

civics
Because sometimes we make products that other people in other nations want, or think they do. U.S. companies market abroad just as the do here. Trade agreements between nations, cheap shipping, and U.S. investments in foreign companies all make this possible, and desirable. We...
May 2, 2015

business study
I assume your text materials discuss this topic. I don't know that this will help you, but this is what I found on line: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wakefern_Food_Corporation
May 2, 2015

Medical Law & Ethics
No.
May 2, 2015

Philosophy
If you need some ideas, read as much as you can: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=debate%20over%20abortion
May 2, 2015

Language Arts
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/utopia
May 1, 2015

Language Arts
No.
May 1, 2015

geography
Read lots: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=impact%20of%20development%20on%20the%20environment%20in%20south%20africa
May 1, 2015

geography
Where and when?
May 1, 2015

Language arts
You might try reading the story or play you've been assigned. No, it is not A.
May 1, 2015

Sociology
What do you think prompts Jillian to smile in the toilet paper aisle?
May 1, 2015

Lang arts
It's hard to know, since I have not read your text materials and do not know what a Tang town is.
May 1, 2015

HEALTH (check answers)
I think so, too. :)
May 1, 2015

HEALTH (check answers)
OOOPS. Writeacher is here! :)
May 1, 2015

HEALTH (check answers)
Four is wrong. The others are right. (Apparently the other tutors you name aren't up yet.)
May 1, 2015

Language Arts
I would certainly think so. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/utopia
May 1, 2015

English/Writing
I think you're right.
April 30, 2015

Social Studies
No, not b. I recommend you read your text materials, or this: http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1158&context=reading_horizons
April 30, 2015

Social Studies
What do you think?
April 30, 2015

History!!!
Okay. :)
April 30, 2015

History!!!
What poll?
April 30, 2015

History
Shane, Madeline and Ruby all use the same computer at the same time? OOOOKay.
April 30, 2015

History
Whoever you are, c is correct.
April 30, 2015

History
What is you answer?
April 30, 2015

cultural diversity
Try this site: http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1158&context=reading_horizons
April 30, 2015

Literature
I hope it did help, and you are most welcome.
April 30, 2015

Literature
No, I don't think so. That should work.
April 30, 2015

Literature
This should help you formulate a thesis statement. Just "family" is WAY too vague. What about family? As a driving force in "The Odyssey?" The character's motivation, to return to his family? What about it?
April 30, 2015

Literature
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/545/01/
April 30, 2015

English
1 and four are grammatical. In 2, "of home" is too vague. "of our homes" would be a better phrase. In 3, We and my do not agree. We is plural, my is singular.
April 30, 2015

English
No, three is not best! It's wrong. "Save" is a present tense verb, "were" is past tense. Tenses should agree. The same is true, in a different way, for the first. We is plural, I is singular. Both pronouns should agree. Use either "I" or "...
April 29, 2015

English
http://aus.libguides.com/apa-no-author-date This how APA does it. If you are using another guide, check the appropriate manual.
April 29, 2015

English
What style manual are you using? MLA, APA? The style manual should have a way to do that.
April 29, 2015

English
No, neither is correct. A doctor is trying WHAT for sick people? And we would say "have," not "play a snowball fight."
April 29, 2015

English
It depends on what you mean. "for several weeks" implies consecutive weeks. Without "for," it implies more random weeks, a week here, a week there.
April 29, 2015

English
#1 is best. #2 is okay, but is more colloquial. #3 is clumsy. The same for #4.
April 29, 2015

Philosphy - Dream Interpreations
Try this. http://www.mythsdreamssymbols.com/dda.html
April 29, 2015

history
The coastal areas are less mountainous.
April 29, 2015

English, pls help ASAP!!
I disagree on the first. I would call it poetry of place. You're not really wrong to call it nature, either, but end of summer is not the same everywhere. If the grave is the place, then the second one is of place. The spirit returning is spirit. You're choice. I agree...
April 29, 2015

interview for teachers
Oh, my goodness, I know more than ten, but basic ones like "pollo" and "hola," "amigo," and lots of others, but I can't list them off the top of my head.
April 29, 2015

interview for teachers
P.S. I suspect I've read more history than some history teachers, so I answer history and civics questions on here, too. :)
April 29, 2015

interview for teachers
Others may have more or better answers, but if it helps: I studied French in high school and college, not Spanish, but I do not think Spanish is more difficult to learn than any other European language. The Romance languages are quite similar in grammar, etc. I can recognize ...
April 29, 2015

history
http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/byzantine-empire
April 29, 2015

Social Studies
yes, it is.
April 29, 2015

Social Studies
You're very welcome!
April 29, 2015

Social Studies
Yes. He was talking about the Civil War.
April 29, 2015

Civics HELP!!! Ms.Sue
Not only for water transportation, but they needed drinking water (which, of course, is a natural resource, but not like iron ore or copper ore, etc.)
April 29, 2015

History/ Civics
5 is wrong. All the rest are correct
April 29, 2015

English
Question 1 is fine, but could be "my (blank) class." Question 2: Yes, your question does sound awkward. It might be, "How late for work are you?" Question 3: About is better than over.
April 29, 2015

History
Question 4 is a bad question. First, Grant was elected in 1868, so an act of Congress in 1866 has nothing to do with Grant. The 14th amendment was ratified before Grant took office, too. But Grant's electoral vote had nothing to do with the passage and ratification of the ...
April 29, 2015

English
See posts for the same question below.
April 29, 2015

PCM
Finding advance copies of tests is cheating, and tutors on Jiskha will not help you do that. Sorry 'bout that.
April 29, 2015

Social Studies
And the decade before that was the Great Depression. Before that, roads were terrible and auto travel over long distances was very difficult.
April 29, 2015

Social Studies
Never take Ms. Sue for granted! :) Allow me to add that the Interstate highway system provided a huge boost to tourism all over the nation, not just in South Carolina. It made it much easier for people to travel by car, so the family car trip in the summer became more popular.
April 29, 2015

Please help -_-
Thank you, Reiny.
April 29, 2015

Please help -_-
You are studying "Please help" as a school subject? Please put your subject matter, math, in the subject box if you want a math tutor to see your post.
April 29, 2015

English
Because the indigenous language embodies the indigenous culture.
April 29, 2015

English
http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/semi-colons-colons-and-dashes/
April 29, 2015

ninny by anton chekhov
correct
April 29, 2015

History
You're guessing. Do not post this again.
April 29, 2015

English
As I recall (it's been years since I read the novel), the form of government Huxley describes can be called totalitarianism. The people are controlled, economically, socially and even sexually by the government. The government in power accomplishes this by drugging the ...
April 29, 2015

English
Yes.
April 29, 2015

English 4
And it's worth noting that Victoria was the queen of England. King's sons always took the throne when the king died, but if there were no sons, the daughter was allowed to rule as queen. So all those rules and laws were flexible. Victoria was an only child, so when her...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Ciara, the practice was often different than the law or idealized moral codes. Women could influence their husbands by talking with them. And they often formed groups or clubs that advocated for social reforms, like abstinence from alcohol or other moral issues of the time, ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_morality
April 28, 2015

English 4
Women were not allowed to vote, for one thing. Women were rarely allowed to vote in earlier times, either. Under Victorian moral codes, women were idealized as protectors of home and family, but had little formal way to have any influence outside the home. They were sometimes ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Note that women who might be abused are not abusive. The abuser is abusive. Watch your grammar tenses. And "aloud" means to speak so that others can hear you. To "allow" something is quite different.
April 28, 2015

English 4
That depended on where one lived, Ciara. Even today, in some African societies, men are allowed to divorce wives by just saying so, but women cannot divorce husbands. But that's not "Victorian." "Victorian" applies to English-speaking countries during ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Yes, it is.
April 28, 2015

Philosophy
http://www.humanium.org/en/fundamental-rights/freedom/restrictions/ http://eyler.freeservers.com/JeffPers/jefpco26.htm
April 28, 2015

Philosophy
You do come up with the most complicated questions! Generally, if the individual's action impinges on the rights of another, or of the community. Murder kind of impinges on the rights of the victim. Theft takes someone else's property. Selling poisonous "remedies&...
April 28, 2015

English and Language Arts
Are you asking about he new "core curriculum" guidelines? Or what, as Wroteacher has asked?
April 28, 2015

English 4
I think you're correct.
April 28, 2015

english 4
You're welcome. I had read the poem, but a long time ago, so needed to refresh my memory. PLEASE give us both author and title. That makes it much easier for us to help you.
April 28, 2015

english 4
Alright, I found it. it's by T. S. Eliot. Yes, I agree with your interpretation. The last stanza sums it up, and the repetitive first stanza also implies the hopelessness of the tone of the poem, that life is empty and repetitive.
April 28, 2015

english 4
I suspect no one here has read this poem. Again, Ciara, please name the author so that we might look it up.
April 28, 2015

Language Arts - Please Check Answers
You're welcome.
April 28, 2015

Language Arts - Please Check Answers
1 - D is correct 2 - D is correct 3 - C is correct (he says if they don't go home, they'll have to brawl) 4 - A is correct (a plague on both your houses)
April 28, 2015

English 4
I'd advise that you read the poem. Either you are confused or I am. I always thought Ulysses was a man.
April 28, 2015

English, pls help
I don't know these stories. Please give both title and author in your posts so we might more easily help you. And give us YOUR answers to the questions.
April 28, 2015

history
One is that you may not threaten the life of the president of the United States. You are discouraged from telling lies about other people with the intention of harming them (slander and libel). You can't yell "Fire!" in a crowd when there is no fire, causing ...
April 28, 2015

History
All are correct except 5.
April 28, 2015

English
What do you think? Have you read the work?
April 28, 2015

English
first person? It's been a while since I read the story.
April 27, 2015

English 4
Exactly!
April 27, 2015

Social studies
I don't know. What does your text suggest?
April 27, 2015

The villages
What is "The villages?" What does math have to do with studying villages?
April 27, 2015

English 4
No. After Yeats' death, how does he live on in many cities???
April 27, 2015

English
It needs to be even more concise. No "althoughs."
April 27, 2015

English 4
Who is Miss Temple? Who is Helen? Tell us what you're studying!
April 27, 2015

English
Ms. Sue is correct. In a poem, one line seldom is a complete sentence, but is continued in two or more lines. Only the first word of a sentence should be capitalized. Sometimes poems do not use compete sentences, so capitalization is up to the poet, not us to "correct&...
April 27, 2015

Art
Actually, #1 is wrong. Moveable type didn't come along until some time later. And I, too, have no idea about #3, but from having seen both woodcuts and etchings, I suspect you are wrong.
April 27, 2015

psychology
Well, what do you think? What does your assigned reading say?
April 27, 2015

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