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September 30, 2016

Posts by Reed

Total # Posts: 8,194

US History
Did Grant ever surrender? And you know it's not C? http://www.history.com/topics/american-civil-war/battle-of-chattanooga
May 23, 2016

grammar help /;-;/ plz check
The comma belongs as placed: No, sir,...
May 23, 2016

grammar help /;-;/ plz check
A is the right answer for #1, not for #2. Go back to the link Writeacher posted for you.
May 23, 2016

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.
May 23, 2016

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.
May 23, 2016

US History
Nope. Reread your text materials. E and F are true. A and G are not.
May 23, 2016

GRAMMER 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. ...
May 23, 2016

GRAMMER 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.
May 23, 2016

GRAMMER 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...
May 23, 2016

English
Have you read the play and discussed it in class? Who are these characters and why did Wilde put them in his play?
May 23, 2016

English
If you had read the play, you would know the answer. Without having read it, you fail the question.
May 23, 2016

History
1 - two answers are partly correct. 2, 3 & 4 - wrong
May 23, 2016

English
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/unmisted
May 23, 2016

U.S History
#2 is correct. #1 is not.
May 23, 2016

life orientation
We are not in South Africa. This is your assignment. We can't do it for you.
May 23, 2016

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
May 23, 2016

Social Studies (Please check this)
No. "All felonies" include crimes subject to the death penalty under South Carolina law.
May 23, 2016

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.
May 23, 2016

Social Studies (Please check this)
I'm sorry. You are correct. The governor is NOT part of the legislative council.
May 23, 2016

Social Studies (Please check this)
NO!
May 23, 2016

English
Since I have no idea who Boyden is or what article he wrote, I can't be of help.
May 23, 2016

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.
May 23, 2016

Language Arts
1 - yes, c 2 - no
May 23, 2016

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?
May 23, 2016

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
May 23, 2016

English
llma, either way is acceptable and correct.
May 22, 2016

English
I doubt it sounds "more clear". It may be clearer.
May 22, 2016

laban
What issue?
May 22, 2016

cfgcfhbcncf
You expect a tutor who knows this subject to see your post? "sfvfzvsc" must be a fascinating school subject, but we have no tutors who majored in it or have taught it.
May 22, 2016

introduction to law
Read the "historical background" section of this: http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/South_Africa1.html
May 22, 2016

Writing to a senator
One might write to a senator about some issue that is before the senate for consideration. If one was writing to a United States senator, perhaps it might be about the president's nominee for the Supreme Court, which the Senate is blocking, for example. If you are writing ...
May 21, 2016

Life orientatiom
Either that, or thousands of South African students sleep through class and have no clue what these questions are even about. They want us to do the work and give them an answer they can cut and paste.
May 21, 2016

Life orientatiom
Besides, this is your<b/> assignment; we can't do it for you.
May 21, 2016

life orientation
Gee, where did that come from? Not enough coffee yet? "DO fraud and corrupition have a physical impact?"
May 21, 2016

life orientation
First, the question doesn't make sense. Does fraud and corruption have a physical impact? It washes out roads or blows houses down? Second, WHAT COUNTRY?
May 21, 2016

Governmental and Not-for-profit Accounting
There are accounting standards that apply to state and local governments. Public colleges and universities are branches of (controlled by) state and (sometimes) local governents, or are separate governmental units, a in a community college district. The GASB Statement 14 ...
May 20, 2016

Social studies
I think 1 and 3 are correct. I don't know if 2 is, but it may be. Check your text materials.
May 20, 2016

history
I agree.
May 20, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
What following incidents? Besides, I was not assigned to read these works; you were. If you have read them, you should know the answer.
May 20, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
How else is the play-goer to know these people except by what they say in dialogue with other characters? What bits of dialogue clue you, the audience or reader, in on what sort of men they are, who they are?
May 20, 2016

Geography and Society
Double-check #2. ! and 3 are correct.
May 20, 2016

History
I don't think so. Were they near an ocean where they would have developed technology to use the seas? Check your text materials, or read more here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=shang+dynasty&form=EDGHPC&qs=PF&cvid=83c1f85af9384a5ab32cca035f7a9004&pq=shang%20dynasty
May 20, 2016

Life orientation
Your three violations? Ones in which your rights were violated, or in which you violated someone else's human rights? In either case, how would I know?
May 20, 2016

Reading
The classic is A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens.
May 20, 2016

History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_right http://civilliberty.about.com/od/religiousliberty/p/religious_right.htm
May 20, 2016

Social Studies
Yes. As the market changes, demand fluctuates, etc., a market economy can adapt more easily or quickly than one controlled by the state or an oligarchy, etc.
May 20, 2016

Geometry?
There is a whole class to study your high school? It must be fascinating.
May 20, 2016

World History
These seem to be very broad questions for which there could be several answers. Emperors were decadent? They were jealous of their power? They were many things. For Nerva, read this: http://www.roman-empire.net/highpoint/nerva.html For children in the Roman Empire, try this: ...
May 20, 2016

Social Studies
I think there is a better answer, but your choice is good. I have no idea which would be considered "correct".
May 20, 2016

US History
Sutter's Mill, actually. It was a sawmill, not a fort.
May 20, 2016

Language Arts
I can't see the lines, so there is no way I can help you.
May 20, 2016

English
What story? In what context are these words used? Who says them? Why?
May 20, 2016

L.A
Okay, you have a start here. These are characteristics. Now you need illustrations from the play. Where in the play does she demonstrate these characteristics and how? Concentrate on the "how" she demonstrates these various characteristics. This should help you ...
May 20, 2016

Social Studies
I think it reflects that bias, and another one, about equally, if not more so. I have no idea which would be considered "correct".
May 19, 2016

English
1 & 2 are both correct, but do not mean the same. "Can" means "able" as in "Let him do what he is able to do." "Will" means what he wants to do, or decides to do. #3 means the same as #4 and #5. She is not going to open that door. It ...
May 19, 2016

History
1 - wrong 2 & 3 - I don't know. 4 - correct
May 19, 2016

US history
Taft was not one of the worst presidents at all. He was unpopular when he ran for re-election in 1912, but was not unsuccessful or ineffective in office. http://www.bing.com/search?q=william+howard+taft&FORM=EDGNNC
May 19, 2016

History
I'll give you a hint. King was delivering a prepared speech, which was good but uninspiring. He sensed that and just began to "riff" (extemporize). That's when he said, "I have a dream..." and that's when the crowd got inspired, and that's ...
May 19, 2016

life oriantation
http://www.bing.com/search?q=human+rights+organizations&go=Submit+Query&qs=bs&form=QBRE
May 19, 2016

Language Arts HELP!!!
It seems to me that B and D mean much the same thing. B is as good as D, I think, and both are true about the story.
May 19, 2016

History
Okay, so how is this different from earlier ways of thinking? What was the existing political order? What was it based on? Military power? Religion? What?
May 19, 2016

History
Is there something about this question you do not understand? What does your textbook say?
May 19, 2016

English
Sorry, it's #9, not #2. In any case, think about "b" as a possible choice, too. I'm not sure "a" is wrong, but "b" is a possibility.
May 19, 2016

English
I agree with your answer for #1. The question posed in #2 doesn't seem to match the possible choices. If I'm not mistaken, none of them are from "The Lottery". I don't blame you for being confused, and I'm afraid I can't help.
May 19, 2016

English
What are you confused about, luke? What did Odysseus do to the Cyclops? Why was Poseidon mad at him enough to cause storms at sea for Odysseus? Have you read the story?
May 19, 2016

English
Um,who was the Cyclops's father, who later took revenge on Odysseus because of what Odysseus did to Cyclops?
May 19, 2016

English
How does where they spent the night have anything to do with subsequent events? What happened later that was caused by something to do with the Cyclops? I reject b as an answer.
May 19, 2016

US History
I'm not sure about the embargo. That was earlier, if the Embargo Act of 1807 is what is meant. The others, I agree were factors.
May 19, 2016

English
Yes, D.
May 19, 2016

English
Yes.
May 19, 2016

English
I think so, yes.
May 19, 2016

Civics
I suppose that's the best answer from the choices given. I can think of better ones, but they aren't among your choices.
May 19, 2016

LA
Your statement of the assignment makes no sense whatsoever.
May 19, 2016

English/Language Arts
A and C are identical. And it's NOT B.
May 19, 2016

Civics
I agree.
May 19, 2016

English
Yes. "...like a..." is a direct comparison of one thing to another so is a simile.
May 19, 2016

English
No.
May 19, 2016

English
Yep!
May 19, 2016

English
I agree.
May 19, 2016

English/Language Arts
Yes.
May 19, 2016

English
Yes, you and Mike are correct.
May 19, 2016

Language A
Ah. When I first saw your post, you had not posted the selection. Your answer is not correct.
May 19, 2016

Language A
Sorry, my long-distance vision is out of order today. I can't see what "selection 1" is from here.
May 19, 2016

English
Yes. Waves don't really dance with glee.
May 19, 2016

English
You are correct.
May 19, 2016

English
Yep! It' a lyric poem (one of my favorites!)
May 19, 2016

Geovanni
Giving other students answers is considered cheating!
May 19, 2016

English
Not familiar with this work, sorry.
May 19, 2016

L.o
Giovanni has some suggestions. What does your text say? We will not do your homework for you.
May 19, 2016

English
No. It's not a simile. A simile directly compares one thing to another, "Softly, as in a morning sunrise", or "He ran like the wind."
May 19, 2016

English
You're welcome. :)
May 19, 2016

English
Yes, C.
May 19, 2016

English
I agree with C.
May 19, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
Correct on all three. :)
May 19, 2016

World History
It's not Sicily at all!
May 19, 2016

World History
#1 - wrong #2 and #3 - correct
May 19, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
NO! Read what I posted for you! No more guessing. We won't answer any more guesses.
May 19, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
Does D start with a preposition? Read this carefully, then you'll know: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/prepositionalphrase.htm
May 19, 2016

Language Art's HELP ASAP!
It's not A. Where is the preposition in A? You can always tell a prepositional phrase because it begins with a preposition like "from", "by", "to", etc.
May 19, 2016

ELA PLEASE CHECK ANSWERS!
Sorry, I don't know "Walk Two Moons". I have no idea.
May 19, 2016

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