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English
Many. Much suggests quantity, like, "How much milk is left in the bottle?" "Many" also may mean quantity, or numbers, but implies a large or a specific amount, as in, "How many crayons are in that box." http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/...
January 30, 2017

English
1 is now correct 2 needs one more comma. 3 needs a comma and a semi-colon.
January 29, 2017

English
1 - incorrect 2 - incorrect 3 - incorrect Watch where to use the semi-colon In #2, two commas are misplaced - not needed.
January 29, 2017

Vision
You want us to write your speech? That's your assignment. What would YOU say to your teacher as he or she left to go to visit the USA?
January 29, 2017

English
When you have added punctuation, we'll be glad to check your work for you.
January 29, 2017

english
What is your answer? A compound predicate is two or more simple verbs. "Healthy boys work and play."
January 29, 2017

English 2
Sorry, but I can't provide any links if you don't tell us what you are reading (author and title). I might suggest, instead of web sites that might give you the answers, you might consider reading the stories for yourself. On question 11, which of the choices seems to ...
January 28, 2017

PLS HELP MS. SUE!! IT ISNT IN MY BOOK :( (History)
I'll bet you dollars to donuts the story of the early republic is in your text materials, but you have to read them to find out.
January 28, 2017

English
As to specific TV shows that might demonstrate his theories, we don't know what TV shows you are familiar with. You have to decide that for yourself.
January 28, 2017

English
Without knowing for sure, I assume you are talking about George Gerbner. His overall theory is discussed here, but not knowing what, exactly, you are reading, his thesis statement for that work is not something I can comment on. http://www.uky.edu/~drlane/capstone/mass/...
January 28, 2017

English
We have no idea what you are reading unless you tell us. Who is Gerbner?
January 28, 2017

Social Studies
Does that line indicate you agree with #4? If so, you are correct.
January 27, 2017

English
http://grammar-monster.com/glossary/sentences.htm
January 27, 2017

English
Subject and verb. Does this sentence have both? I don't see a verb. Do you?
January 27, 2017

English
A complete sentence has a subject and a verb. Does this one have both? What do you think?
January 27, 2017

English
An independent clause has both a subject and a verb; it can stand alone as a complete sentence. A dependent clause cannot stand alone as a complete thought. It may have a subject and a verb, but is not complete thought. "If you could come on Sunday..." Is that a ...
January 27, 2017

english
I don't think your teacher is interested in what I think. What do you think? What small ways do you, or others, rebel against the rules or parents or teachers and other authority/civilization. How about dressing up for Hallowe'en? What can you think of to indulge ...
January 26, 2017

History
I don't know what you're asking. I don't remember studying Mississippi in algebra class. If your subject is history, as Ms. Sue suggests, you may find an answer here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/1600.shtml
January 26, 2017

English
Well, what do you think? Who is "he"? Does the repetition reinforce the idea that "he" is responsible for these grievances?
January 25, 2017

Social Studies
1 - no 2 - no 3 - probably, but demand for wheat was also a very big factor. Check your text to see what answer will be considered correct. 4 - Yes, the British 5 - no 6 - yes
January 25, 2017

English
You're on the right track. This is an excellent source for synonyms and antonyms: http://www.thesaurus.com
January 25, 2017

social studies
Actually, none of these statements is fully true. Pres. Wilson first welcomed the Russian Revolution and favored the White Russians, hoping for democracy in Russia, but later felt that the communists or Bolsheviks had corrupted the Revolution. http://www.questia.com/library/...
January 25, 2017

language arts
An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun. An adverb describes a verb. So, for eample, bats feed GREEDILY, GREEDILY is an adverb describing how bats FEED, the verb. Can you find an adjective?
January 25, 2017

scocial studies
1 - yes 2 - I don't know 3 - yes 4 - I'm not sure. Recheck your text materials. Crowley's Ridge is mostly forested, but not as rough as the Quachita Mountains.
January 25, 2017

English
Keep in mind that singing, dancing, and loving are considered joyful things. Why would someone be afraid to do them? Why would someone be afraid to be joyful and express it. The little poem is advice to be joyful, no matter what somebody else thinks. Take a risk! Somebody may ...
January 24, 2017

English
Okay. Sorry I am not here all the time to get back sooner. Think about what it means. Why would someone NOT dance - whether someone was looking or not? Why should someone love without fear? To harbor fear of being hurt might make you hold back and not love fully? Why would ...
January 24, 2017

English
Is this an assignment? If so, I'm sure your teacher doesn't want to know what I think it means. He or she wants to know what YOU think.
January 24, 2017

English
#1 You could just say that violence on TV is a recent problem. "more of" does not mean more often. It implies that violence on TV is a greater problem now than in the past. "more of" means larger or greater, although the frequency of the depiction of ...
January 24, 2017

SS
No, it is not B. There has never been a monarchy in Iraq.
January 24, 2017

Microbes and Society
Oregon is clearly the state. I'm no chemist or scientist at all, but from what I know of language, the rest sounds good to me. It was discovered in Alkali Lake, a saline lake. This should tell you more. http://ijs.microbiologyresearch.org/content/journal/ijsem/10.1099/...
January 23, 2017

Psychology
My knowledge of psychology is only a nodding acquaintance, but I think your answers are correct.
January 22, 2017

Geography
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/rocks
January 22, 2017

Social Studies
I think that is correct.
January 21, 2017

Human Relations
How about your social media "friends"? Do they make an informal group?
January 21, 2017

Human Relations
You have never had regular playmates, a group you sit with every day for lunch at school, or some other group you hang with? A circle of friends you do things with? Even an on-line gaming group?
January 21, 2017

social studies
"urban sprawl" is another way to describe it.
January 21, 2017

social studies
Yes. Suburbs and exurbs are also good words to describe it.
January 21, 2017

Ms. Sue? Writeacher?
I have not read it. Sorry I can't help you.
January 20, 2017

english
I have not read this book. Perhaps this will help you: http://www.shmoop.com/scarlet-ibis/
January 20, 2017

history
Both kinds of laws placed restrictions on people based on whom they were/are. Factors include race, national origin, and other factors inherent in the person or persons. In essence, both say to people, "We don't like you, so you don't have the same rights as we do...
January 20, 2017

English
What thoughts do you have about the story? Did it prompt you to ask questions about the world you live in? Did it give you any insight into the lives of other people (other than yourself and your family)? Did it help you see the world and the people in it in a different way ...
January 20, 2017

history
http://history.state.gov/milestones/1921-1936/immigration-act
January 20, 2017

history
That was one. Another was to ban the admission of anyone from China. Another is to restrict the number of people who can enter the United States from any one country (it varied, depending on the country). It is any law that puts limits on the number of immigrants who can ...
January 20, 2017

history
I agree with Ms. Sue.
January 20, 2017

Social Studies
A is correct. Good work.
January 20, 2017

Social Studies
wrong answer.
January 20, 2017

history
What do you think the answer is? We'll be glad to check your answer.
January 20, 2017

social studies
Follow Writeteacher's advice, or, as a last resort, read your text materials. This may also help: http://www.ushistory.org/us/32a.asp
January 20, 2017

Time Value of Money
What is the question about time value of money? Are you to explain what it is? http://accountingexplained.com/misc/tvm/
January 20, 2017

English
#1 is good. #2 is not. "Dislkes" is a transitive verb so needs a direct object. "Going" is a gerund (used as a noun) so is the direct object "To go" is a verb, so cannot be the direct object of another verb. going" is a gerund (used as a noun...
January 20, 2017

Quoting
In most style guides, the quotation belongs immediately after the quotation, not at the end of the sentence.
January 19, 2017

English
Jade, you are just guessing. Consult your text materials, or just guess and see if you guess right. Ms. Sue gave you good advice. You paid no attention.
January 19, 2017

Writing
Quoted information MUST be cited. Paraphrased statements should also be cited. "John Doe (1999) contends that George Washington was a traitor." Whether it's "background" or any other purpose. Your own thesis and summary, your own interpretations, are ...
January 19, 2017

Social Studies
1 correct 2 no - although your state may be different than most 3 correct 4 correct
January 19, 2017

HISTORY PLS HELP!!!!!
I just posted two articles for you, below. There is no need to keep reposting the same question. Tutors here are volunteers. We are not here 24/7. Be patient.
January 19, 2017

HISTORY PLS HELP!!!!!
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/jefferson/jefffed.html http://www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/the-first-president/
January 19, 2017

English
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miranda_v._Arizona
January 19, 2017

English
If you are researching a specific question, then D is the obvious answer. Like Ms. Sue, I don't know what is meant by "short term research". Your text materials may have a definition.
January 19, 2017

US History
That may well have been what prompted him to write his essay. I'd go with that. His thesis is that the frontier created American democracy, not that the frontier continued to exist as it had since the first European settlers arrived.
January 19, 2017

US History
If your text materials do not contain information, read lots here and see what you can find: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Frederick+Jackson+Turner%E2%80%99s+Frontier+Thesis&FORM=EDGNNC
January 19, 2017

biology
http://www.answers.com/Q/What_ion_is_found_in_a_glass_of_water
January 19, 2017

social studies
This may help answer some of your questions. If not, go back to your text materials. http://www.tsl.texas.gov/ref/abouttx/secession/2feb1861.html
January 18, 2017

social studies
Again, what does your text say? I'm sure the answer is in there, if you read it.
January 18, 2017

social studies
Have you read your text materials? When you have, and have an answer, we'll be glad to check it. If there is something you don't understand about your text or the question, be specific.
January 18, 2017

applied dog behavior
Even if they can, from the choices you list, I'd say none apply.
January 18, 2017

PE
Me, too.
January 18, 2017

PE
I agree with your answer.
January 18, 2017

PE
Yes.
January 18, 2017

PE
YES!
January 18, 2017

PE
Yes
January 18, 2017

PE
Yes, it is C trans fat. For decades, we thought saturated fats were bad. Now we know they are not (all things in moderation). The human body needs natural fats. The are now known to be much worse for us. But some still cling to the old ideas, either because they don't know...
January 18, 2017

PE
What did I say above? For a long time, saturated fats were thought to be something to avoid. Recent research has found that's not true in all cases. There is a better answer. Your text materials may say "saturated fat", though, if they are clinging to an old idea...
January 18, 2017

PE
Not necessarily. There is a better answer, according to the most recent research. Your text materials may say "saturated fat", though. Make sure.
January 18, 2017

english
Between you and me. Others are correct. Between is a preposition, which takes an object, so objective case is used.
January 18, 2017

Social studies
And the answers are? When you have read your text materials and have some proposed answers, we'll be glad to check them.
January 18, 2017

english
All correct. :)
January 18, 2017

english
20, no. The others are correct.
January 18, 2017

PE
www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921889008000961 Maybe this will help, but your text materials will be of more help.
January 18, 2017

PE
What skills?
January 18, 2017

Social Studies
Diplomatic relations with Germany had already been severed, a month before the Zimmerman telegram was deciphered and made public.
January 18, 2017

Social Studies
I agree with C.
January 18, 2017

PE
http://www.mathguide.com/lessons2/FlightProjectile.html
January 18, 2017

english3
use
January 18, 2017

English
Yes. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/monitor
January 18, 2017

English
One through four are correct. Please post only those questions you are unsure of, not all 25 from a review exercise. And, in future, please put your answer with the question, not in a separate list. Scrolling up and down and up and down again and again to match your answers to...
January 18, 2017

Social studies
First, it's not contagious, it's contiguous (adjacent). According to the law, there is no difference when it comes to preventing and responding to oil spills. http://www.epa.gov/oil-spills-prevention-and-preparedness-regulations
January 18, 2017

English
I haven't read it, so I don't know. I recommend you read it so you can find out.
January 17, 2017

English
I agree.
January 17, 2017

Help please
Help? You've fallen and can't get up? You're trapped in a burning house? As to your question, when you have decided on an answer, we'll be glad to check it.
January 17, 2017

ELA The Cay is the Book
You've asked this question before. If you have not yet read the story, you may never find out! I'm sure the reason is there.
January 17, 2017

U.S history
http://www.msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/07leg/html/gaf.html http://www.www.baltimorecountymd.gov/countycouncil/about.html
January 17, 2017

social studies
What do your text materials say? When you find it and think you have an answer, we'll be glad to check it.
January 17, 2017

english
And your answers are? We'll be glad to check them.
January 17, 2017

english
Do you mean a predicate nominative? No.
January 17, 2017

Language Arts
Since we don't have your book, we can't look up pg. 304. From what you describe, I agree that external conflict is obvious. Internal conflict is when a person entertains two conflicting ideas or feelings and doesn't know which is right or should be followed. ...
January 17, 2017

Writing Skills
Your school program is in error. R is medical. The links we posted are from the Library of Congress. However, if the education program you are using for "school" says it's "reference", then that will be the only "correct" answer, even if the ...
January 17, 2017

Writing Skills
You're welcome.
January 17, 2017

Writing Skills
No. http://loc.gov/aba/cataloging/classification/lcco/lcco_r.pdf
January 17, 2017

English
He walked have slowly? That makes no sense. What is your question?
January 17, 2017

Language Arts
22 - yes 24 - I think that's a better answer, yes. 27 - No. Which does NOT represent magical thinking? Which is very practical with no imagination required? Do not post this question again.
January 17, 2017

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