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English
There is no difference. Either is acceptable.

English
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/career

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing. #2 is better. Either "which" or "that" is appropriate. A journal usually does mean a diary, which may be an essay. A diary usually means a recounting of the events of the day ("I had rice for breakfast, went to school, etc...

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. #4 is not good. #5 is too vague; it doesn't say how many rows, so is confusing. #3 and #6 are fine, and specific (one row, two rows).

Psychological
I disagree.

language arts
Do you know what "stage directios" are? Have you read the play in question? What stage directions does the author/playwright provide? Why?

language arts/ english
Do you know what "stage directions" are? Have you read the play in question? What stage directions does the author/playwright provide? Why?

History
Read about it here, and see if anything matches any of these choices: http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/punic-wars

English
What is the definition of a "modern" short story as you have been given it, Justine? There are as many "definitions" as there are critics, it seems. "Traditional" stories are often defined as "tales" as in the Arabian Nights, or fables, ...

English
No. Satire is not usually direct or straightforward. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/satire

English
I don't think so.

English
I agree.

English
Do you know what imagery is? What images are evoked by this poem? What is the point made by the poet? How does his/her use of images make the point? http://www.poetryarchive.org/glossary/imagery

life orientation
This offender? Which offender?

History
Well, it isn't both. Read this and see what you think: http://history.state.gov/milestones/1801-1829/florida

foot hill
What School Subject is "foot hill"? You have a class just to study the foothills of mountain ranges?

Language Arts (Check my work please?)
2 - no 3 - you indicate no choice 4 - no 5 - yes

History
Only if they can go without water. You've had two guesses. You have two options left. Now you can read your textbook to find out which is correct.

Fitness
"the following"? I don't see anything.

History
What do your text materials say? What do you think? We'll be glad to check your answer.

history
Happy reading!

history
http://www.bing.com/search?q=opposition+to+the+new+deal&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=1782a4f72dec447ab88d1bb8c593b416&pq=opposition%20to%20the%20new%20deal

history
Well, President Hoover believed that private charities should have dealt with people in need, not the government. Others thought that the CCC, PWA, and other programs to provide employment to people were just "make work" and useless, therefore a waste of taxpayer ...

History
Is there something about what you have read that you do not understand? If you have read the materials, paid attention in class, etc., you should be able to answer the question. We'll be glad to check your answer for you, when you have one. We won't write it for you.

History
I recommend reading your text materials first. You might also read this: http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1881.html

History
http://www.iun.edu/~hisdcl/h207_2002/jecontakeoff.htm

English
I agree with B. The giant louts had no law to bless them; the value they do not reflect is civilized life in a society governed by laws

U.S. History
Gee. I guess I must find out who this Thoreau is and read whatever it is he wrote. What band did he play with?

U.S. History
You are correct on #6. "Civil disobedience" does mean protesting unjust laws. Thoreau advocates peaceful protest, but the protest he advocates is against laws that seem unjust or immoral, etc.

English
Um, I don't see any word in bold print. You have tell us which word it is.

la
What do they reveal about themselves, their attitudes, relationships, etc., as they talk with each other and other characters? Where are they alike and how are they different? Be specific about who says what. You must read the play to find out.

SS
And I'm sure you know from your text materials what the result of the Mexican-American War was: the addition of vast new territories to the U.S.

SS
Read this page and the next, 30d. http://www.ushistory.org/us/30c.asp

World History Honors
I think you may find more here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=notable+jews+during+the+third+reich&form=EDGEAR&qs=PF&cvid=68179af1d7384bc782171caa3bc60ec8&pq=notable%20jews%20during%20the%20third%20reich

history review sheet questions
Summer, I cannot believe that your text materials and class work have not covered these topics. You may not remember; perhaps you slept through class and failed to read materials. The review questions are a prompt for you to refresh your memory of what has already been studied...

history review sheet questions
Is there something about these questions that confuses you? I recommend you read your text materials, although it may be a bit late for that now.

Drivers ED check my answers
I've reviewed the first ten. 8,9, and maybe 10 are wrong. I'll come back to review the next 18 as I have time, or someone else may do so.

social studies
Since we do not have your study materials, I have no idea who Omar is. Please consult your text materials to confirm your answer.

English Help Asap!!
I agree with all your answers.

Language Arts Help!!
How do you know Jason is frustrated? Has he just not done the work yet because he's lazy or a procrastinator? What indicates he is frustrated? Why would he be frustrated? Rethink.

History
What does your text say?

banglur
What School Subject is "banglur"? This looks like chemistry to me, but a chemistry teacher will never see it this way.

U.S Histroy please help me
I'm not going to scroll up and down, up and down, for twenty questions to match answers to the questions. When you put your answers with the questions, I might take a look.

English
1 - yes 2 - no 3 - no 4 - no 5 - yes 6 - yes 7 - yes 8 - no 9 - yes 10- yes Restudy your text materials.

History
6 and 7, no The others are correct.

History
Yes, C. Good work.

History
What does your text say? When you have an answer, we'll be glad to check it.

la language arts
I disagree with your answers. The fact of his demise/disappearance contributes to the legend, but is not the essence of his folk-hero status. Rethink.

Socials studies
The effects of transport by river? I'm not sure what you mean by "effects". Do you have a particular journey in mind?

World History
that depends entirely on how you define "enlightenment". Most African nations were doing quite well, thank you, before European colonization. It was after WW II that they threw off the yoke of colonization, yes.

CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS
Whoever you are pretending to be this time: 1 - yes 2 - yes 3 - no 4 through 10 - yes On 6, I think all three choices contributed to the stagflation, but it was more oil boycotts than increases in oil prices.

check my 3 world history answers
2 - NO 7 - yes 10- yes

CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS
1 - yes 2 - no 3, 5, & 6 - yes 7 - no 9 - yes 10- no 11- Yes, your answer is the best of the three choices, but not really accurate (none are). 12 & 14 - yes

history
Much better! Good. :)

History
That's a better answer, but what does "transcends in many areas" mean?

English
Sorry. What is "Siren Song", an excerpt from Homer' tale, a retelling, or what? Can't help here.

English
Yes.

English
Yes, B: annoy.

English
B seems a better answer, but I have no idea how these terms are defined in your text materials.

American History
We're always trying to convince others of our political views, in every century. How is that "social reform"?

lang arts
We have not done this "reading role" exercise; you have, so you are the one who has to think about it. If there is another way we can help, please say so.

civics
http://www.bing.com/search?q=oligarchy+def&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=c3220c7fe33746ca8140bc18624746d7&pq=oligarchy%20def

Health
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/sprains-and-strains/basics/definition/CON-20020958

english
It's true, we are.

history
3. I don't think so. Does Douglas actually mention "states' rights" anywhere in this quotation? And how does that sentence explain his point of view? For #4, what have you learned so far in your class about "states' rights" and how the concept ...

history
Yes, he believed in "states' rights". What did that have to do with being a free person or a slave? And where, in the excerpt, does he say that? We can't and won't do your homework for you. You have a good start on the first question. Apply the same ...

history
When you have some ideas, we'll be glad to check them.

Reading Help!!
You might also consider William Faulkner's The Town.

U.S. History (Check) (Reed)
All your answers are correct! The "official" number for #2 is 58,000 American troops. Millions of Vietnamese soldiers and civilians died in the conflict, too. On question #7, your text may not say so, but many Americans also began to realize that the conflict in ...

history please help
Please also look up what a "school board" is.

HELP GRAMMAR ;-; PLZ CHECK IM SORRY ^^;
What word is to be identified as predicate nominative, etc.? You are correct on the fourth question: D, their. You are incorrect on the duplicated question: it's not B, them. The first two, I have no idea which word your are trying to identify.

Language arts
What about it?

US History
Did Grant ever surrender? And you know it's not C? http://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war/battle-of-chattanooga

grammar help /;-;/ plz check
The comma belongs as placed: No, sir,...

grammar help /;-;/ plz check
A is the right answer for #1, not for #2. Go back to the link Writeacher posted for you.

grammar check PLZ HELP ;-;
No. "St." is an abbreviation for "Street" and has a period. The period here indicates an abbreviation, not the end of a sentence.

US History
Yes, Jefferson Davis was the president of the Confederacy. The "stars and bars" was never the national flag; it was a battle flag for the Army of Northern Virginia.

US History
Nope. Reread your text materials. E and F are true. A and G are not.

GRAMMAR HELP plz check ;-;
"was" is the wrong verb case. What would you use with the plural "women"? And I am mistaken! The name of the airplane should be in italics. Names of ships are always italicized, so airplane names should also be italicized. That's the one that is wrong. ...

GRAMMAR HELP plz check ;-;
By the way, there is a glaring error in A in question #1 that has nothing to do with italics. See if you can spot it.

GRAMMAR HELP plz check ;-;
It could be D for #1, depending on the official name of the newspaper. The official name is, however, Chicago Tribune, so both words must be italicized. Maybe "The" should also be italicized, but usually is not. I don't see anything wrong in any of the choices or...

English
Have you read the play and discussed it in class? Who are these characters and why did Wilde put them in his play?

English
If you had read the play, you would know the answer. Without having read it, you fail the question.

History
1 - two answers are partly correct. 2, 3 & 4 - wrong

English
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/unmisted

U.S History
#2 is correct. #1 is not.

life orientation
We are not in South Africa. This is your assignment. We can't do it for you.

History
I agree with your answer to #2. #1 can't be both A and C. What was the Missouri Compromise? Read your text materials. http://www.history.com/topics/missouri-compromise

Social Studies (Please check this)
No. "All felonies" include crimes subject to the death penalty under South Carolina law.

Language Arts
You don't even tell us what novel you are supposed to have read. And WHY do you not have a copy of the book? Your parents and school should make sure you have the materials you are assigned to read.

Social Studies (Please check this)
I'm sorry. You are correct. The governor is NOT part of the legislative council.

Social Studies (Please check this)
NO!

English
Since I have no idea who Boyden is or what article he wrote, I can't be of help.

Language Arts
Yes, but what is the preposition in #1? You have two guesses. You were right the first time. "the door" is the object of the preposition "near" in #2, you are correct.

Language Arts
1 - yes, c 2 - no

English
I have no idea what story you are reading. There are several with that title, a video game, and a racehorse with that name. Who wrote it?

Focus on Countries: Latin America
Your first source for information should be your text materials. What do they say? For additional reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_peoples http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Venezuela http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/world/chile-economy.html

English
llma, either way is acceptable and correct.

English
I doubt it sounds "more clear". It may be clearer.

laban
What issue?

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