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History
Marylyn, a bit of advice. Don't take other student's word for answers to your questions. The first reason is that they may be wrong (often are). The second is that, as in this case, it's cheating to give each other the answers. In both cases this morning, they ...

History
Yes, Marylyn, you are correct. :)

English
Tell him "congratulations" from me.

ocher
What do you study in a class called "ocher"?

Art:Please Help Me @Ms Sue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Canaday

Language Arts
I disagree with your first answer. The other two are good.

English
I'm not finding it at all. Who wrote it?

English
If "Careers" is the name of the class, then, yes, it should be capitalized. Above, #5, if it was used as an adjective to describe what kind of teacher he was/is, it is not capitalized.

Science/physics help needed?
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help
Then put "science" in the SCHOOL SUBJECT line/box and MAYBE a science tutor will see it and help you!

help
"help"? You've been chased up a tree by a wild boar and need someone to chase the pig away so you can get down? What is your school subject? What kind of tutor do you want to help you?

Social Studies
I agree with D.

Mrs Sue History
Interesting. B was/is a consequence of A, so both are correct. But, the program that checks the answers has only one that can be considered "correct". It's a badly written question. I'd hate to see the text materials it's based on!

English
Old English is not the appropriate phrase. Old English is a substantially different language from which modern English developed/evolved. What you are calling "old" English is more Elizabethan English, which is modern English, although, as the language changes, some ...

LA CHECK 2
I agree.

L.L
We can't see the excerpt. You can.

English
"for Christmas" is a bit vaguer. The holiday may include Christmas Eve, and/or days on either side of December 25. "On" means specifically on December 25.

verbals: gerunds answer check
I disagree on #3, and that's my story and I'm sticking to it. :)

verbals: gerunds answer check
3 is wrong. The others are correct.

Identifying Gerund Phrases
On second thought, you are correct on 10.

Identifying Gerund Phrases
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - yes 4 - no (what kind of object?) 5 - yes 6 - again, object of what? 7 - yes 8 - what kind of obect 9 - yes 10- no

Social studies
No, I can't find anything that will make finding the information more quicker; more quickly, yes. http://mineralsmakelife.org/economic-growth

English
"Old"? Archaic is a better term.

Comuter systems answer needed
The reason for making the school subject obvious is that the right tutor needs to see your question. It's not my field, but it is someone else's. :)

Check my answer please!
What is your school subject? If you want a tutor skilled in that subject, please put it in the SCHOOL SUBJECT box.

Gerunds in Phrases
You are now correct on 2 and 8. Sorry Ms. Sue and I both goofed, too. :) We got it right, between the three of us. (I think.)

Gerunds in Phrases
Yes, two is wrong, part of speech. I saw it wrong. And eight is wrong. I was too quick to judge. Ms. Sue is right. Four: "caring" is what we used to call a predicate nominative. If it's now called a predicate noun, so be it. I think you are correct.

Gerunds in Phrases
All are correct.

History
And A looks best to me, too. :)

History
If that's what your text says, then that's the "correct" answer. I would choose another answer, but I have no idea what your text tells you.

True or False
http://www.biologycorner.com/worksheets/cladogram.html

English, If anyone did this please help
What do you mean, "The play don't make sense"? Have you read it? The characters talk to each other. What do they say to each other and why?

English, If anyone did this please help
How can we help you with these questions? What is it that you don't understand?

life orientation
Your text undoubtedly discusses this issue. Otherwise, see what you can find here: https://www.bing.com/search?q=sport%20in%20nation%20building%20-%20disadvantages&qs=bs&form=QBRE

World History
I agree with A. Missionaries certainly tried to impose Christianity everywhere they went. They weren't always successful, but they sure tried, and were often successful in Africa - less so in India.

World History
We can't see the image, though, so I have no idea what it shows. I'm only reacting to a general impression that most local people were not happy with European domination. Local people may have tried to adapt to European customs if they wanted to ingratiate themselves ...

World History
I think that B is the best answer, but make sure it agrees with your text.

geography
What statements? What is your question?

Oceanography
Yes, C.

Oceanography
It's not B. Both of you should try reading your text materials.

Johnson
What kind of class is "Johnson"? Your question looks like math of some sort. If so, the question seems to be incomplete.

Social Studies
You're correct on all three! :)

Social Studies
I agree that #2 is a good answer for the first question. You indicate no choices on the other questions.

Math help???
"Please Help"? You are drowning and want a life preserver or a lifeguard? Your house is on fire and I should call 911?

english
Cullen may use alliteration in other poems, but not this one.

english
I see no alliteration here at all. http://literarydevices.net/alliteration Look up (in your text or on line) the other four and make sure you know what they are. Then you can decide.

Social Studies
Based on this and your last question, it appears you have not read your text materials. You will be surprised to find that the answers you seek are there, but you have to read it first, not just guess at the answers.

English 11
One is a proposal for a project, including methodology for conducting the research and funding. A research proposal may not be as specific as to funding or methodology. It may propose a thesis to be researched. http://www.bing.com/search?q=research+proposal+vs.+project+...

English 11
You don't need to post the same question twice. I've given you two resources in answer to your first post.

Writing
Here's another guide: http://people.ok.ubc.ca/rlawrenc/teaching/writingProposal.html

Writing
http://undergrad.stanford.edu/opportunities/research/get-funded/apply-uar-student-grants/how-apply/writing-grant-proposal/writing-project-proposal

Social Studies
Nope.

English
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/food

english
I don't think so. You're on your own now.

english
I agree with B and G, not F.

Life orientation
There are good things and bad things. Read about it in these articles: http://www.bing.com/search?q=ways+in+which+sport+can+support+nation+building%3F&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=432323a154bc4867a873658aeedcac1f&pq=ways+in+which+sport+can+support+nation+building%3F&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Life Orientation
"Avoidance" is rather a broad term. I assume you mean to apply it to social relationships. Read lots and see if you can find anything that applies: http://www.bing.com/search?q=avoidance+in+relationships&form=EDGNTC&qs=AS&cvid=3342107bed24453fafb535a82df59d17&pq=...

english
No. You've had two tries. Look up the word "malign".

english
What is there in C that indicates any kind of threat? I think there's a better answer.

English
You must include a discussion of what harm is done to animals when they are used as laboratory animals in testing drugs (and cosmetics and other chemicals).

ENGLISH
Ms. Sue is right. :)

ENGLISH
Either/neither is a bit tricky. A group is singular. It is one entity made up of individuals, but still one group. The verb must match the subject: group. http://www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/either_or_plural_or_singular_verb.htm

english
Yes, D. :)

history
Yes.

english
b is the better answer.

english
YOU'RE right. Sorry, typo.

english
I think that's a much better answer. And, your are right to like this story. Many people think it's one of the best short stories ever written.

english
I think there is a better answer.

english
No. Numerals one through ten are spelled out in a sentence

english
If the chess game is a metaphor for some life conflict, not a real game, then there is no other person. If it's a real game, the opponent who controls the black pieces is the opponent and the source of conflict. From the excerpt, I don't know which Ms. Tan intends.

Work Ethics
A gift involves no quid pro quo action on the part of a receiver. A bribe is an emolument for which some action on the part of the receiver is expected.

Work Ethics
It depends on the circumstance. People associated with a performance or performer may be allowed to "comp" tickets to friends and relatives, or be allowed a discount. If that's the case, you may ask. If the tickets are to be stolen from the box office or you'...

Work Ethics
Yes, with permission of a supervisor/manager. Policies vary by company, and should be adhered to.

work ethics
Ask permission first!

work ethics
If the defect interferes with the function of the product as intended, or endangers the health and safety of the consumer/user, it must be disclosed. A salesperson who is required to sell a defective product may wish to seek employment elsewhere or become a "whistleblower...

WORK ETHICS
No, it is not. Generally, asking co-workers to sign a petition or soliciting them for a donation to a cause you support is acceptable ON YOUR OWN TIME (breaks, lunch time, after work, etc.). Using company time, for which you are being paid, for personal purposes is not ...

work ethics
http://www.hrhero.com/basictraining/BTE_Ethics_6.pdf

work ethics
Is it ever ethical to steal?

Philosophy check my answers
We don't have any philosophy professors who are tutors here. That said, I think "equivocation" is not the inherent fallacy in #1. It may well be what is inherent in #2, though! Begging the question may also apply. Go back to your text materials and re-read with ...

pyschology
http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=7931

English
I won't rewrite it for you. Study this and see what you can do. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/623/1 Hint: I think the insertion of one word would make the two clauses parallel.

Science/phyics question
So, which subject is this? Science? It's not Hindi or English, is it?

English
The use of the adjective clause, "which is..." is not wrong, but it's cumbersome and awkward. Use of the prepositional/adjective phrase is enough. It would be even simpler to merely say, "I'm looking for a birthday present for my daughter" or "...

Social Studies
It think B is a truthful answer, but Ms. Sue is right. D is the correct answer according to what I know. If I was the teacher using this material, I'd accept either answer as correct - or both.

Social Studies
http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2014/08/the-rise-of-isis

Social Studies
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/rise-of-isis

English
These words were uttered by the Secretary of Defense at The Pentagon. "There are known knowns—there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns. That is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns&#...

English
I would suggest that the five stars being likened to a pentimento is to suggest that each star represents a re-drawing of the general's career, his advancement through the ranks, new responsibilities, etc. And maybe the 19-year-old thinks the general's still-life needs...

literture
A memoir, by definition, is non-fiction. It is a person's memory of an event or events in one's life. A play or a poem may also be based on someone's memories, but is usually considered what it is, a drama (play or screenplay) or a poem - separate categories. ...

enlish
I agree with your answer. A rhetorical or literary device such as a metaphor or simile, etc., makes an abstract point (some theory or idea) more easily relatable to everyday life.

Social Studies 8 B
I agree with C.

History
I'll give you an example from Native American legend/mythology. There is a story about a young boy whose spirit wafted up through the hole in the top of the tepee with the smoke from the fire. He visited the land of the dead, the ancestors, and returned with wisdom he ...

History
Sometimes, too, myths reinforce the idea that bad things often happen to bad people, people who defy the gods (social norms) and give credence to social norms. Fairy tales often teach the same lessons. The boy who cried wolf, for example, or the wolf who ate Red Riding Hood&#...

History
There really is much to be learned from mythology. The stories themselves may be dismissed as fiction (even if based on real events, they are fictionalized), but there is often a larger truth contained in them. The hero in the mythologies of cultures all over the world is ...

History
I do hope I was of some help. And you are very welcome if I was. :)

History
The theologian Paul Tillich wrote that mythology brings us closer to things that are beyond our understanding.

History
http://www.pbs.org/mythsandheroes/myths_what.html

History
Myths are a way to make mysteries of the world understandable. Before there was science, mankind needed a story to explain things like weather, illness, and other common things that seemed to be beyond normal understanding. So, they were attributable to gods, or some ...

English
Those are good choices. I agree.

commercial law
http://www.bing.com/search?q=discuss+the+res+perit+domino+rule+in+a+contract+of+sale.&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=ce110245652b42189b618651a9ec658f&pq=discuss+the+res+perit+domino+rule+in+a+contract+of+sale.&cc=US&setlang=en-US http://www.bing.com/search?q=distinquish%20between%20a%...

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