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April 1, 2015

Posts by Reed


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L.A
Have you read the play?
March 24, 2015

english
correct
March 23, 2015

English
Yes
March 23, 2015

English
Good for you!!!! He needs all the love you can give. I asked about on-line courses because I sometimes think they are not well done. Sometimes the multiple-choice answers given are too vague or misleading or omit what *I* think should be a better answer. But work with what you...
March 23, 2015

English
Steve, is your grandson/granddaughter taking an on-line class? I'm curious.
March 23, 2015

English
Based on what we just went through with the other quotation, I think you're right.
March 23, 2015

English
Steve, you can' say we aren't paying attention to you. Three of us within one minute responding to you!
March 23, 2015

English
Well, all are negative, so the negative option would be best, but I do agree with you.
March 23, 2015

English
http://www.literarydevices.net/personification Then I'd go with personification. Shakespeare had unique ways of expressing himself. What he means is very clear, but hard to quantify in modern terms sometimes.
March 23, 2015

English
hyperbole [ hîˈpərbəlç ] NOUN exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally. synonyms: exaggeration · overstatement · magnification · embroidery · More Powered by OxfordDictionaries · © ...
March 23, 2015

English
Personification might be it. "abuse," "victory," and "spite" are human things. Ms. Sue?
March 23, 2015

English
I'd call it hyperbole. I agree with Ms. Sue that it is not metaphor.
March 23, 2015

English
Both are correct.
March 23, 2015

English
Ms. Sue may disagree, but I'd opt for D. Using quotations to support or illustrate the thesis should come later in the essay.
March 23, 2015

English
#1 - "in" or "with," not "on." #2 is correct. #3 - If the boys are IN the mountain, they would be in a cave or a tunnel. If they are outdoors, they are ON the mountain. A ball and THE ball are grammatically correct, but the two sentences are ...
March 23, 2015

English
Correct
March 23, 2015

English
Definitely YES, B
March 23, 2015

English
Yes. Usually, brainstorming is done in a group, but CAN be done individually. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainstorming
March 23, 2015

English
Yes
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
His use of the word "anthology" may be confusing. An anthology is a collection of literary works around a certain theme, like love poems by different authors, or American literature, collecting works by only American authors. Here, he means common themes.
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
From section 7 of the address: Apart from age-old national literatures there existed, even in past ages, the conception of world literature as an anthology skirting the heights of the national literatures, and as the sum total of mutual literary influences. But there occurred ...
March 23, 2015

English
I think A or D would be okay, but on Ms. Sue's advice, I'd switch my preference to D. :) You have to decide, Jesica.
March 23, 2015

English
Ah, perhaps, yes there may be a better choice. B is a stronger statement, but doesn't say whether they are laws that restrict open carry or allow it. C is definitely NOT a good choice.
March 23, 2015

English
I agree.
March 23, 2015

History
Well, read about him. Then you can answer these questions. Use the link.
March 23, 2015

History
Do you know who Henry Clay was? http://www.biography.com/people/henry-clay-9250385
March 23, 2015

Social studies
Well, I was a bit misleading in my quick summary of the 14th amendment. It defines citizenship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...amendments_to_the_United_States_Constitution
March 23, 2015

Social studies
In other words, the 14th amendment says that all state laws must conform to the United States Constitution. Please read those amendments.
March 23, 2015

Social studies
Amendments: The 13th amendment abolished slavery, which was allowed in the Constitution before the Civil War. The 14th amendment applied all provisions of the U. S. Constitution to the states. The 15th amendment gave freed slaves the right to vote, which was not guaranteed ...
March 23, 2015

Social studies
The poll tax and literacy tests were meant to prevent African Americans from voting, even though the 14th and 15th amendments to the constitution allowed them to vote. The poll tax, a tax paid for the right to vote, was set high enough that poor people could not pay it. A ...
March 23, 2015

Social studies
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poll_tax_(United_States)
March 23, 2015

Social studies
You are very wrong on question 1. Question 2 still makes no sense. What amendment or amendments? What was amended?
March 23, 2015

Social studies
Katy, submit or post your answers and we will critique them. We will not do your homework for you. The second question makes no sense.
March 23, 2015

Social studies
What about Civil War amendments before and after? And what is your answer to the question?
March 23, 2015

English
Yes, I agree.
March 23, 2015

English
Okay. I agree with B.
March 23, 2015

English
If the essay is to be a joint project with multiple authors, they could brainstorm. It's difficult to brainstorm all by oneself.
March 23, 2015

us history
I agree. But the answer is strange in that Spain is part of Europe. I think they mean Spanish (who founded the city) and OTHER Europeans.
March 23, 2015

The Way to Rainy Mountain
I guess you did. I think each is correct.
March 23, 2015

The Way to Rainy Mountain
What is your answer?
March 23, 2015

us history
The sleeping car helped European imports? How so?
March 23, 2015

us history
If you think the answer might be Cyrus Field, tell me why.
March 23, 2015

us history
Oscar, you are guessing. The purpose of education is not just to get an answer to a quiz question. It is to learn. Do as Ms. Sue and I suggested. You might actually learn something.
March 23, 2015

us history
No. If you don't know who these people are, type their names in your search engine and read about them, Oscar.
March 23, 2015

us history
C is NOT correct. Read this: http://www.biography.com/people/robert-fulton-9304012 Tia, unless you know the answer, butt out.
March 23, 2015

us history
Tia is all wrong, Oscar. On question 2, what was the Clermont? Look it up or read your materials.
March 23, 2015

us history
I'd say yes, D. Cotton was the raw material for textiles (along with wool), so more cotton was needed, grown in the "slave states."
March 23, 2015

English
Jesica, the end of any piece of writing contains the point the writer want to make, or to leave the reader with. That applies to a passage like this, an essay, a novel, a work of history, a scientific paper...any kind of writing.
March 23, 2015

English
I think you are right.
March 23, 2015

General Homework
To be more specific, bullet points are indented five spaces, sub-points ten spaces: - point 1 - sub-point one - sub-point two - point 2
March 23, 2015

General Homework
Indent the sub-points beneath the main bullet point. Use bullets.
March 23, 2015

Social Studies
You have no idea what the Reformation was, do you, Taryn? Read your materials.
March 23, 2015

Social Studies
Do you know what the Reformation WAS?
March 23, 2015

Social Studies
I, also, would be glad to check.
March 23, 2015

math pls help me
Be patient, Oscar! Tutors are volunteers. There does not seem to be a math tutor here at the moment. One will log in at some time and help you.
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
I don't think so, as you state it. Remember he said world literature is able to, more or less, skim the "high" parts of regional literature. What does he mean?
March 23, 2015

Earth science
Yes. There is huge controversy all over the world now (and for several years now) over how to control carbon emissions from power plants, cars, and other man-made sources of carbon dioxide.
March 23, 2015

Earth science
1, yes. 2, absolutely not!
March 23, 2015

Earth science
What is your choice?
March 23, 2015

Social Studies
I don't know where Ms. Sue is at the moment, but no.
March 23, 2015

Ethics and Tech
That was my reaction, too.
March 23, 2015

Ethics in Tech
Sorry, I disagree with both b and c
March 23, 2015

Acrostic poetry
See this: http://www.acrosticpoem.org
March 23, 2015

History
All look correct to me!
March 23, 2015

Russian Proverbs
That seems a valid interpretation to me. It might also mean that the "world" may have ideas, opinions, perceptions, etc., that are untrue, based on local prejudices. Yours is quite good, though!
March 23, 2015

Russian Proverbs
What do you think it means? Give us your thoughts and we can discuss it.
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Writeacher is correct, if you want to discuss how older Russian writers influenced him. He does cite some of those influences. But the question is about WoRLD lit.
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
That's how Russian writers influenced him. He is Russian. How did WORLD literature shape him? Read section 7 of the lecture.
March 23, 2015

Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Victoria, Ms. Sue gave you the link to the text of the lecture yesterday. Please read the lecture. Then you will know the answer to this question.
March 23, 2015

english
I think the theme is a little broader than that, Anna, but thanks anyway.
March 23, 2015

english
http://www.answers.com › … › Books and Literature › Literary Terminology
March 23, 2015

english
jimm, what is the story about? That's the theme.
March 23, 2015

English
"She" is correct. "Was" is an infinitive verb with no direct object. "Her" is the objective form, "she" the nominative form.
March 22, 2015

last question!! Criminology
Yes, indeed!
March 22, 2015

Criminology
I think you are trying, yes. I think A may well be correct.
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
Okay. I believe you can't find it. It may well be there, though, or else this question would not be asked. But think about it. Women ARE arrested and convicted in murder cases. Think about the crime of rape. Without going into "the birds and the bees," it's ...
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
Heather, what does your textbook say? I think Ms. Sue is right, but have not read your class materials.
March 22, 2015

Defense
I agree.
March 22, 2015

History
You are correct
March 22, 2015

English
Thank you, Zoe. Yes, rfvv, these are fine. :)
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting.
March 22, 2015

nobel lecture
That's weird about the link I posted. Apparently Bing's posted link is wrong in some way. Victoria, I'm not sure what to tell you on question 3. You have posted the question and "A. ..." Is this multiple choice? Is there a B and a C to choose from?
March 22, 2015

Nobel lecture
Both links provide a copy of the lecture.
March 22, 2015

Nobel speech
Read the speech. Do not post this again until you can propose answers to these questions. http://www.jrbenjamin.com/2013/08/...apart-aleksandr-solzhenitsyns-nobel-speech
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
Yes.
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
And your answer is?
March 22, 2015

s.s
kel, do read the article Ms. Sue gave you a link to.
March 22, 2015

s.s
The question's possible answers here are misleading. It cannot, however, be d. The Republican Party did not exist in 1848-1850. It was founded in 1854. Some Democrats favored Wilmot's proviso, some did not. Those who did eventually formed the Free Soil party, which was...
March 22, 2015

Business Management
I have no idea what's in the database.
March 22, 2015

English
A plate is a dish. Usually fairly flat to contain foods that are not very wet like soup. A dish can be any kind of tableware meant to contain food, including plates, bowls, and specialized dishes like soup tureens, gravy boats, platters, etc. Plate is specific, dish is general.
March 22, 2015

genetics
If you are expecting someone here to GIVE you your answers, you are sadly mistaken. Do your work and you might just learn how to answer all these questions. Stop this!
March 22, 2015

English
Uh oh.
March 22, 2015

English
Unless we know what your assignment is, we cannot help you.
March 22, 2015

Science Help
If you don't have a text, some sort of reading material was assigned in your class or course. Failing that, look up each of these, as in "capillaries" in y9ur search engine and read what they do. READ, don't guess! If all you want to do is make wild guesses, ...
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice
Someone will check your answer.
March 22, 2015

Science Please
Again, you are just guessing. Stop it and read your textbook.
March 22, 2015

Earth science
If you research the possibilities (including the one Ms. Sue put forth), see if there was a storm shelter (basement) available in the park.
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice/Probation & Parole
Not only logical, but correct! :)
March 22, 2015

Criminal Justice/Probation & parole
I agree. More study is always appropriate. I don't know what your text says, but the effectiveness is fairly high, with some recidivism, therefore the need for continuous study.
March 22, 2015

History Please
Ms. Sue is right. There's a new idea abroad in the land, it's going viral: read your text before you ask us to give you the answers.
March 22, 2015

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