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English
The author? What author? I have no idea what you are supposed to have read. I suggest you read it for yourself to find out when his/her symptoms are.

ENC 1102
Do you have a question?

Personal narrative
See my response below. All I can recommend, if you have not learned basic English grammar, is that you turn in your narrative as it stands and see what your teacher thinks of it.

english
So, the story is about the mother's control over her daughters, what some might consider an evil control. The daughters, except Jane, have no say in the matter because their mother manipulates them. It's not a conflict between two people as in what to cook for dinner ...

english
Where in the story are the narrator's wishes made known? The old lady does have complete control, yes, but are the daughters happy with it? Jane does go to Europe and is so happy she never goes home again, so the old lady says her daughter is dead. Becky wants to go to ...

Personal narrative
Why is the word "blissfully" capitalized? Is it a proper noun? Is it a noun at all? "cloud 9" - numerals are spelled out if under eleven or 12. "When suddenly out of nowhere..." "when" is a transitional conjunction, not the beginning of ...

literature
Again, try reading the play, as you were assigned to do. The answer is there!

English
"Can someone give me a summary " doesn't ask for someone to give you a summary?

English
If it was me, I'd read one of the books, not rely on someone else doing your work/assignment.

literature
I advise you to read Act 2, Scene 4 to find out what Jessica's letter said, etc.

English
You are correct!

writing skills
One memory ARE? One memory is plural, more than ONE?

help
You'll find the answer here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=visual+memory&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=72ff2dbafda2470a9671bba17a182f7b&pq=visual+memory

english literature
What are you reading? The odan tree is a mythical tree. Its meaning may vary from culture to culture, story to story. http://www.bing.com/search?q=odan+tree&FORM=EDGNNC

History
If your text materials are not available, learn about it here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=battle+of+kettle+creek%3F&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=d7619822c2bc470381207776bc0cd76b&pq=battle+of+kettle+creek%3F

US goverment
I disagree that C is right for the first question. On the second question, A is a plausible answer. I think there is a better one. When state laws conflict with federal law, and/or with each other, the supremacy clause comes into effect. The federal government does not have ...

English
:)

English
thus is not archaic. ought is not archaic. dreamt is not archaic. "I stubbed my toe, thus I'm in pain." "I ought to go visit my grandma, but I don't want to." "I dreamt I was a fairy princess." (alternative spelling of "dreamed"...

LA
PsyDAG and I are not students taking the test. We are tutors. And I have not read this story, so can't help.

home economic
If your text materials don't address this, read lots here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=%20home%20economics&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=home%20economics&sc=8-14&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=09AA6D03549547BFB09CB56B0D3D1365

history
I think you are correct, yes.

methods of research
And your answer is? Your text undoubtedly explains these terms. If not, use your search engine by typing in keywords such as "independent variable in research", click "enter" and read about the topic. Do that as often as necessary to understand these concepts.

English
I can't point out all the mistakes, but there are lots of them. One is the fact that "To start off, it all started when..." is redundant. In the paragraph beginning, "Moreover..." you have made one long sentence into three, none of which is a complete ...

United States History
You're welcome. :)

United States History
You may well be right about people's fears that immigrants, lots of them from Ireland, would overrun the country. Look up when the potato famine was, though. The map may be from the early 1900s, but, if so, not about the potato famine in Ireland.

Psychology
Read lots! http://www.bing.com/search?q=basic+research+vs.+applied+research&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=4f4e8fa093ce4bbb943bc31fc2e175b6&pq=basic+research+vs.+applied+research

Research Methods
What study? Who conducted it? Why? Who paid for it? This statement means nothing.

interior decoration
I don't know what your text says, but that will be the "correct" answer. Here are some other sources: http://www.bing.com/search?q=effective+way+to+use+texture+when+decorating+room+is+by&FORM=EDGNNC

English
Literature, like any art form, means what it means to the individual reader/viewer. I can't tell you what the story means to you, only what it might mean to me. Why do YOU think he did what he did? What was Carver seemingly saying? That modern American life is not like the...

English
What do you want to find out about it?

history
I think both of your answers are correct. Double check on the Mayan crops, though. For the others, I'm sure your text materials contain the information. If not, type the question (or keywords from the question) into your search engine (Google, Bing, whatever you use), and ...

ss
Not really, Reiny. Tundra has a lot of plant life (but it's different than the more temperate zones).

ss
Yes.

english
What do you think it is? We'll be glad to tell you if we agree or disagree.

English
And your answer is?

English
You have two questions here. First, who is the protagonist? Since the protagonist is the main character, it's not the narrator telling the story. It's the person whose story is being told: Roderick. As to the main conflict, I suppose different readers might define it ...

English 11th
What island? When?

I need help with my second grader homework.
It is a two-digit number. 10-3=7. The answer is 37.

modern retail management process and retail servic
We gave you links where you can learn about this topic. You have to do the reading and formulate your own answer to the assigned question. We can't do your work for you.

english
Apparently, none of the tutors here have read this story. Supposedly you have, and I would guess Tasha tells, somewhere in the story, what has ruined her summer. Try reading it for yourself.

modern retail management process and retail servic
http://www.bing.com/search?q=functional+strategy%E2%80%99+&go=Search&qs=bs&form=QBRE https//www.bing.com/search?q=overall+business+strategy&go=Search&qs=bs&form=QBRE

modern retail management process and retail servic
http://www.bing.com/search?q=distinguish+between+single+channel+%26+multichannel+retailing&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=6b46e043d4a14098b5d7f93dd985cc6a&pq=distinguish+between+single+channel+%26+multichannel+retailing

ART ASP...Hurry ART TEACHER GOING TO GET MAD AT ME
http://www.bing.com/search?q=history+def&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=e78742bb36cf434b90049cb75a75fb6d&pq=history+def http://www.bing.com/search?q=art+history+def&go=Search&qs=ds&form=QBRE

english/reading
I agree with your answer! :)

HISTORY
Go back to your text materials and/or your class notes. When you have done that and have some clues as to the answers, we'll be glad to check them.

SS
It's not incomprehensible, not a mish-mash. I assume you need to fill in the blank. What does your text say? Is Canada a multi-cultural society? What is the topic of the lesson? Do you have choices, as in multiple choice?

English
It's been a long time since I read the novel. Not remembering the context, the progenitors (look up the word if you don't know what it means) were stern. Maybe the current age should or could cast aside some of their fashions. The people who came before cast aside ...

Geography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun Your text materials also contain this information, I'm sure.

Geography
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/07/0714_040714_moonfacts.html

Geography
http://earthsky.org/space/how-much-of-the-moon-can-we-see-from-earth-lunar-libration

Social Studies
The fact is that we do not agree on what spending to cut, or whether to cut or increase taxes, or on whom. Unless a majority of the state legislature or the Congress agrees, and the governor or president, also agrees, nothing happens.

Social Studies
Taxes (on the wealthy and on corporations) have been cut, substantially, over the last 30 years. Some taxes on working people have been increased, but the tax cutters are louder than those who would raise them. People, generally, don't like paying taxes. But, that's ...

Article Annotations/English (Help!)
Since I have no idea where this editorial came from (what publication, date, etc.) I can't look it up and read it.

Social Studies
Ms. Sue isn't here yet. You are correct about the 46-year-old. How about the 15-year-old who wants a job? How does your text define "labor force"? Is there an age limit?

English
The Saint of Calcutta Also see related questions below

Language Arts
I agree with your answers. I also think that precise language is advisable no matter what one writes. Meanings must be clear, not vague and generalized.

Criticial thinking
What is your question about this?

social science grade 8 138
And, if it's an advantage, it must be positive for somebody (maybe negative for someone else). Be clear about whose advantage it is.

Gateway
The study of chemistry is called "Gateway" where you live? That's a new one on me!

World History
Well, yes, for #9, second from last, the passes were probably used. You're probably right.

World History
#1 - Trade was a pillar of economic success. Your answer is the best, but "regulation" may be a misnomer. #2 - No #3 - Rethink. I don't think a ruthless king was a characteristic. #4 - yes #5 - yes #6 - no #7 - yes #8 - I don't like the choices here. ...

SOCIAL
I think you mean "rights" (plural, as in civil rights). Is this a quotation from someone's speeches or writings? What is the context? What is your question about it?

History
I think bobpursley is correct.

History
I'm not sure I can help much with this one. I tend to "e". Raiding other, unrelated, people for livestock and other valuables is/was common everywhere, not just in Alaska. It may, however, have been more common among nomadic tribes than more settled, agriculture-...

History
You have that particular map, I don't. What does it look like?

History
What does your text say? What is your answer? I'll be glad to check it.

Social Studies
Ah, well, what social values were held in 1914? What does your text say? Do you find any of them that conflict with your own social values now, in 2016? What were the domestic issues (local to Canada) that occupied people's attention 112 years ago? What was their attitude ...

Social Studies
1014? That's a long time ago. I suspect the indigenous people were worried about survival, trade among themselves, hunting, fishing... Nine hundred years later, World War I had broken out, and Canadians were involved in that quagmire.

Wold History
And your answers are? Once you have read your text materials, you should be able to answer these. We'll be glad to check your answers.

Please help me (Social Studies)
Right!

Vocabulary
Hasty does, indeed, fit the sentence.

Vocabulary
:) I think Ms. Sue agrees that the statement is true.

Vocabulary
How does the speaker know the person who forgot the pillow wasn't merely forgetful? Is there a way to know whether this statement is true or false? It may well be true, but it could also be an assumption of something that is not.

English
Apparently none of us have read this story about lifeguard rules. On question #1, I disagree with your answer based on the quotation. I agree with your answers to 4 and 5, based on the quotations.

HISTORY HELP plsssssssss
That would be my answer! I don't know what your text materials say, though.

Social Studies
http://www.bing.com/search?q=thesaurus+-+latitude&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=e08beecf31c34e78b49de8b9b3afa4c4&pq=thesaurus+-+latitude

Social studies
In the atlas? How many letters?

Please check my answers(Social Studies)
Right on both! :)

history
And your answer is? We'll be glad to check it after you've read your text materials and think you know the answer.

natural science
What investigation?

Government
I failed it, better luck to you.

Government
C, D, D, B, A, C, D, C, D, B

English
Steve is right. It means that the singer had been in Alabama (maybe was born there?), but now is wherever he/she is as he/she is singing.

English: Orwell 1984
He's weeping as much from shame as he is anything else? What is he ashamed of? Is there irony in that?

English
They all mean the same thing.

English Writing
First, ask yourself why people believe in God. Do you have any ideas? Does your text tell you why people believe in God? Then put that in your own words. I can't tell you why people believe in God because there may be many reasons. What do you think? Then ask yourself why ...

English (grammar)
What is your question?

English
The antecedent is "person". "the" and 'very" are adjectives defining which person.

Geography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/160th_meridian_east

franche
No, I cannot write a paragraph about your weekend. Do you have a question about this assignment?

Communication Arts
With the word "whose", this is not two sentences. It is one. To make it two sentences, begin the second sentence with "her". "Whose" is an interrogative pronoun, "Whose paintings are those?" and a relative pronoun, introducing a clause ...

American government
Read the Constitution to find out how it can be amended, your question #1. Damon posted the link.

s.s
I guess you have to read the story to find out. I have not read it. Perhaps another tutor has. Have you read it?

Texas state history
What do you think? http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803095344859

Social studies
I agree with all four answers!

Art
I think your answer is the best of the four choices, yes. :)

Art
Since we can't see the image, we have no way of knowing. Images can't be posted here. If you tell us the artist's name and the name of the work, maybe we can find it on line and help you.

art
And your answer is?

Social Studies
What questions have you stumped?

English
What is the assignment? What are you supposed to do?

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