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February 7, 2016

Posts by Reed

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English
Frist question, NO. Have you read the book? Second question: What is Gatsby's side of the story? Read the book. No, it's not C.
January 21, 2016

English
Are there any guidelines for the essay? For example: what you want to do after graduation, or what you did last summer, or what career you think you want to pursue?
January 21, 2016

Writing a Plot HELP!
Well, what do friends get in fights over? Somebody was spreading rumors about another friend? Somebody's boyfriend jilted her and chose another of the friends to marry? Can you think of anything else?
January 21, 2016

History
Your text materials should have this information. Otherwise read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_State_Senate
January 21, 2016

History
Did the fact your class is about Georgia give you any clue? Now, we went over the whip position last night, so it's not that, is it? Who might it be?
January 21, 2016

History
Bloopy, you are asking about your state's senate. The United States has no lt. governor! It has no governor!
January 21, 2016

U.S. Gov. & Economics
Just to be clear, both your answers are correct. :)
January 21, 2016

U.S. Gov. & Economics
Yes, you are correct. A council-manager form of city government may also have an elected mayor, though. So either answer would be correct, but you have to choose one, and B is as good as C. A and D are wrong.
January 21, 2016

U.S. Gov. & Economics
The envelope please. And the winner is??? We'll be glad to check your answer.
January 21, 2016

Art
So do I agree with C. :)
January 21, 2016

Art
And the winner is? We'll be glad to check your answer.
January 21, 2016

Social studies
Good luck!
January 21, 2016

Social studies
I think you are right.
January 21, 2016

social studies
You are correct.
January 21, 2016

english
By the way, Sherman Alexie addresses the incidence of alcoholism on Indian reservations very often in his stories. he sees it as a problem.
January 21, 2016

english
Why do you suppose the cab driver works for beer and cigarettes instead of cash money? What does Alexie mean to imply? Does the cab driver find beer and cigarettes more valuable than money with which he could buy food, etc.? And if it's unclear, could you research the ...
January 21, 2016

social studies
If the option said Spanish dominance rather than superiority, I'd say Ms. Sue is right. Maybe,in this context, superiority and dominance are synonymous?
January 21, 2016

social studies
Well, the article Ms. Sue posted would indicate that Cortez wanted to demonstrate Spanish superiority by obliterating the center of the Aztec empire. That may be true. Still, the location was ideal for both the Aztecs and the Spanish for a variety of reasons, some of which ...
January 21, 2016

social studies
And bobpursley is right.
January 21, 2016

social studies
Yes, it's an ideal site. That's why the Aztecs chose it in the first place.
January 21, 2016

Comm Tech
B is correct for #1. A and B are identical in #2, but I suspect you are right. As for #3, I am not familiar with Connections policies, but you should be.
January 21, 2016

social studies
b is correct
January 21, 2016

Art
Question 1: Yes, it's value is enhanced by its provenance. That's probably the best answer. Market value has a lot to do with it, though, which is partially determined by the provenance. Question 2: I don't think it's D. If the drawing was done by someone who ...
January 21, 2016

History
Go back a page on here to find it. There have been a lot of new questions since last night.
January 21, 2016

History
I gave you the information you need last night. No one is going to give you the answer. I'll be glad to check it after you read what I gave you, or read your text materials.
January 21, 2016

social studies
Yes, b is correct, but I think you still misunderstand. The Spanish were from Spain, not native to North America. They married or otherwise procreated with natives. Their descendants are the Mestizo.
January 21, 2016

Woodrow Wilson
http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/woodrow-wilson
January 21, 2016

Social studies
You are correct again!
January 21, 2016

social studies
So did I. B is correct for the other question. :)
January 21, 2016

social studies
Correct
January 21, 2016

language arts
http://literarydevices.net/metaphor
January 21, 2016

Can someone help me on imperialism???
I'm sure you have text materials available to you, whether you use them or not. More research may be needed, yes. What I posted will get you started.
January 21, 2016

Can someone help me on imperialism???
And do read your assigned materials. It's a new idea, but it's going viral for students who want to learn anything.
January 21, 2016

Can someone help me on imperialism???
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/imperialism http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/isolationism Once you are clear on the terms, read lots: http://www.bing.com/search?q=isolationism+vs+imperialism+debate&go=Submit+Query&qs=bs&form=QBRE
January 21, 2016

english
No. The phrase beginning "Making" is a clause, not a sentence. It does not say whose confidence is in question, either. The sentence beginning "We have" is run-on. It could be three sentences or two (with a conjunction or semi-colon in the right place). You...
January 21, 2016

english
Use complete sentences (subject and verb). Make sure your subjects and verbs match (celebrities is plural - more than one - has is singular - one has, they have). Check were to put commas and apostrophes.
January 21, 2016

social studies
You are very welcome. )
January 21, 2016

social studies
I think you are right now. :)
January 21, 2016

social studies
It says arid or semi-arid. Look up the words: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/arid
January 21, 2016

social studies
Lots of water in northern Mexico??? http://www.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_climate_of_northern_Mexico
January 21, 2016

English
The poets have given up hope or even trying to improve the situations they describe? We discussed this last night. What do you think "defeated" means? If that is still your answer, go with it.
January 21, 2016

Social Studies
I don't think so!
January 21, 2016

Social Studies
I disagree. Governors cannot introduce bills in the legislature, but they may propose them. They also can and do PROPOSE budgets. And they do have veto power (sometimes line-item vetoes, but always the ability to veto whole bills).
January 21, 2016

Check 2 of my world history answers??
Charlie, this is your second round of guesses on these questions. You're on your own now. Do not repost them. Read your text materials.
January 21, 2016

Language
Does it say ANYTHING about being cozy? Think again.
January 21, 2016

Language
This is a better answer than the one you posted above. I agree.
January 21, 2016

Social studies
We discussed some of these last night. Read this for #2: http://ballotpedia.org/Governor_of_Georgia You are wrong on #3. For #4, read this: http://www.ltgov.georgia.gov/role-lieutenant-governor
January 21, 2016

PLEASE CHECK MY WORLD HISTORY ANSWERS
I just did -- see your original post.
January 21, 2016

global studies
If you don't know what these words mean, look them up. Then, when you decide which is correct, we'll be glad to check your answer(s).
January 21, 2016

Art
Good for you! Congratulations. (C is what I would have chosen, too. :) )
January 21, 2016

Art
What do YOU think? What does your text say is most likely? When you make a choice, let us know and we'll be glad to check your answer.
January 21, 2016

Check my world history answers??
2 - no 3 - no 7 - no The others are correct.
January 21, 2016

History
http://www.tsl.texas.gov/exhibits/forever/freedom/page5.html
January 21, 2016

Art
Again, look up the words you don't know. You can do that in a printed dictionary or on line by typing the word into your browser and clicking on "search" or "enter".
January 21, 2016

English
Not me, sorry.
January 21, 2016

History
The party with the most seats is what: minority or majority? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whip_(politics)
January 21, 2016

history
None of the above!
January 21, 2016

For Austin
Yes, you have it now. :) But, again, the key is the MAIN character (or characters). Usually, yes, that is the hero.
January 21, 2016

English
Chingong, post your question separately and use the word "Math" as your school subject. A math tutor will see it. I'm not a math tutor. I tutor in English and social studies.
January 21, 2016

English
I am a tutor here. Sometimes both the good and bad guys are protagonists. If they dominate the action of the story more or less equally, they are both protagonists. The key is the MAIN character (or characters if they are of equal importance to the story).
January 21, 2016

English
There can be more than one main character in a story. It's usually the good guy, though. We like it when good triumphs over evil. Sometimes it might be a couple (married, dating, whatever) who are the protagonists. Other characters who come and go in the lives of the main ...
January 21, 2016

English
It's the main character. Here is the definition, which you can find for yourself for any word you don't understand by typing that word in your browser. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/protagonist
January 21, 2016

social studies
Best I can do! Good luck. I'm sure you'll have the right answer.
January 20, 2016

social studies
I suspect the state in question may be the state you live in. Google "qualifications for governor and state senator in _____ (your state).
January 20, 2016

social studies
I think it may vary in some states. It's not D. The president must be a "natural born" citizen of the U.S. I don't think that's a requirement in every state, certainly not a "natural born" citizen of the state. And it can't be A, that would ...
January 20, 2016

social studies
What state are you talking about?
January 20, 2016

Poetry 7
You are very welcome, Gene. I think most of the tutors here are retired, but we do have lives besides sitting at the monitor all day and night. :) We also sleep sometimes, too. LOL
January 20, 2016

Poetry 7
Sorry, I did not see your choice of B as the answer. We are volunteers, so not here all the time. I was off line. Yes, you are correct with B. It is loneliness the skater and biker are trying to outrun, not winning race (unless it's with loneliness).
January 20, 2016

Poetry 7
Oh, but I did answer! Yes, this one (#4) is A. On #1, AGAIN, as you read the poem, what are both the skater and the biker trying to escape from? It's stated three times in the poem. Why do they ride fast? What are they running away from? It is not to win a race or smell ...
January 20, 2016

Check 3 world history answers of mine?
Sorry, I did not see your choice of B. I was not on line. We are volunteers, and not here all the time. Yes, B is the right answer. They are trying to escape loneliness.
January 20, 2016

Check 3 world history answers of mine?
You have #14 right this time. The others are still WRONG.
January 20, 2016

British Literature
Has the speaker failed yet? The obstacles/thorns you have right. That they bruise/make him or her bleed, yes. Life can be hard, but has the speaker failed? I don't know. Think about it.
January 20, 2016

English
Okay, I read both poems (they are on line). I don't think either is despairing or "defeated". I don't really like any of your choices here. Ka-Ba is yearning for freedom to be who they are, looking for the magic spell. Hughes is wondering when Harlem will ...
January 20, 2016

English
I don't know.
January 20, 2016

English
I'm not familiar with these poems. Sorry.
January 20, 2016

English
You're welcome.
January 20, 2016

English
I should certainly think so, if the children have to eat table scraps!
January 20, 2016

Check my answers for world history
http://www.answers.com/Q/What_territory_did_the_US_gain_from_the_Spanish-American_War
January 20, 2016

Check my answers for world history
#7 - no #9 - no #10- ?? #11- no #14- no I recommend you read your assigned text materials. It helps.
January 20, 2016

English
Why are they stopped at the border? Why is the mother refusing to say she is Canadian or American? Is she proud of being Native? What's the point of this story?
January 20, 2016

Poetry 7 - Revised!
No. The poem is not about winning races or enjoying nature. What is it that the skater and biker are trying to escape, get away from? #4 - now you are correct. :)
January 20, 2016

English
Why are they stuck at the border? Why won't the mother say she's either American or Canadian? Why does she insist she is neither?
January 20, 2016

English
I think it's neither a nor c.
January 20, 2016

Language Arts
Nope. Look up the word in the dictionary.
January 20, 2016

Poetry 7 - Help!
In the first poem, what are the skater and the biker trying to escape or leave behind? It's not C. In the second poem, yes, it's D, about how different animals (including the writer) prepare for winter. You are correct on the third Haiku poem. Question 4: Look up "...
January 20, 2016

History
He was also a strong leader after the chaos the resulted from the French Revolution.
January 20, 2016

Check my answers for world history
1 - no 2 - 6 -yes 7 - no 8 - yes 9, 10, 11 - no 12 - yes 14 - no 16, 17, 18 - yes 19 - no 20 - I can't see the graph, but your answer is correct
January 20, 2016

history help
No! That was for another question. Here's Ms. Hamer: http://www.biography.com/people/fannie-lou-hamer-205625
January 20, 2016

history help
http://www.answers.com/Q/What_countries_are_on_the_ring_of_fire
January 20, 2016

history
Martin Luther King, Jr. Booker T. Washington W.E.B. DuBois Washington Carver Malcom X Marian Anderson Rosa Parks Thurgood Marshall Zora Nealle Hurston Toni Morrison Jackie Robinson Just no name a very few.
January 20, 2016

Social Studies
Your teacher is wrong. Samuel Hopkins was issued the first U.S. patent for a process in making potash.
January 20, 2016

ICT
Always save your work to your own hard-drive!
January 20, 2016

Geography
AFTER you have studied the maps, and the sites writeacher recommends, read this: http://www.answers.com/Q/What_countries_are_on_the_ring_of_fire
January 20, 2016

Geography
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Pacific+Ring+of+Fire+Map+with+Countries&view=detailv2&&id=01C3043DCEEC652F430C7134AA142F1298E1E716&selectedIndex=0&ccid=kHwGphRv&simid=608053755208599830&thid=OIP.M907c06a6146ff8547a53cf032fce6fc0o0&ajaxhist=0 This map may be hard to read ...
January 20, 2016

Social Studies
See my comments below and read more here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=effects+of+mccarthyism&form=EDGNTC&qs=AS&cvid=6524ee49d1bd413b8982aad5288f4197&pq=effects%20of%20mccarthyism
January 20, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
On #2, you are missing the impact of McCarthyism, the HUAC, etc. Many people were blacklisted for employment, etc., because they had once investigated communist ideas, or were falsely accused of being communists. People often feared their neighbors, relatives, co-workers, ...
January 20, 2016

Social Studies
You are correct on 1 and 2. I don't know #3. If that's what your text materials say, then it's right. Make sure.
January 20, 2016

Short Story Ideas
There are so many things that can bring a tear to one's eye. Instead of trying to think of something totally new or "original", try a variation on a theme that moves you. I could contend there are no "new" ideas, but only variations on ideas that have ...
January 20, 2016

L.A
Do any words in A rhyme with one another? Do "beat" and "drum" have the same vowel sounds combined with the same consonant sounds? Do they even have any letters in common? http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rhyme
January 20, 2016

social studies
I have no idea what the question is or what the answers (H, S, and H/S) mean. The sentence you entered is a statement, not a question.
January 19, 2016

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