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May 25, 2015

Posts by Reed


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English 4
And it's worth noting that Victoria was the queen of England. King's sons always took the throne when the king died, but if there were no sons, the daughter was allowed to rule as queen. So all those rules and laws were flexible. Victoria was an only child, so when her...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Ciara, the practice was often different than the law or idealized moral codes. Women could influence their husbands by talking with them. And they often formed groups or clubs that advocated for social reforms, like abstinence from alcohol or other moral issues of the time, ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_morality
April 28, 2015

English 4
Women were not allowed to vote, for one thing. Women were rarely allowed to vote in earlier times, either. Under Victorian moral codes, women were idealized as protectors of home and family, but had little formal way to have any influence outside the home. They were sometimes ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Note that women who might be abused are not abusive. The abuser is abusive. Watch your grammar tenses. And "aloud" means to speak so that others can hear you. To "allow" something is quite different.
April 28, 2015

English 4
That depended on where one lived, Ciara. Even today, in some African societies, men are allowed to divorce wives by just saying so, but women cannot divorce husbands. But that's not "Victorian." "Victorian" applies to English-speaking countries during ...
April 28, 2015

English 4
Yes, it is.
April 28, 2015

Philosophy
http://www.humanium.org/en/fundamental-rights/freedom/restrictions/ http://eyler.freeservers.com/JeffPers/jefpco26.htm
April 28, 2015

Philosophy
You do come up with the most complicated questions! Generally, if the individual's action impinges on the rights of another, or of the community. Murder kind of impinges on the rights of the victim. Theft takes someone else's property. Selling poisonous "remedies&...
April 28, 2015

English and Language Arts
Are you asking about he new "core curriculum" guidelines? Or what, as Wroteacher has asked?
April 28, 2015

English 4
I think you're correct.
April 28, 2015

english 4
You're welcome. I had read the poem, but a long time ago, so needed to refresh my memory. PLEASE give us both author and title. That makes it much easier for us to help you.
April 28, 2015

english 4
Alright, I found it. it's by T. S. Eliot. Yes, I agree with your interpretation. The last stanza sums it up, and the repetitive first stanza also implies the hopelessness of the tone of the poem, that life is empty and repetitive.
April 28, 2015

english 4
I suspect no one here has read this poem. Again, Ciara, please name the author so that we might look it up.
April 28, 2015

Language Arts - Please Check Answers
You're welcome.
April 28, 2015

Language Arts - Please Check Answers
1 - D is correct 2 - D is correct 3 - C is correct (he says if they don't go home, they'll have to brawl) 4 - A is correct (a plague on both your houses)
April 28, 2015

English 4
I'd advise that you read the poem. Either you are confused or I am. I always thought Ulysses was a man.
April 28, 2015

English, pls help
I don't know these stories. Please give both title and author in your posts so we might more easily help you. And give us YOUR answers to the questions.
April 28, 2015

history
One is that you may not threaten the life of the president of the United States. You are discouraged from telling lies about other people with the intention of harming them (slander and libel). You can't yell "Fire!" in a crowd when there is no fire, causing ...
April 28, 2015

History
All are correct except 5.
April 28, 2015

English
What do you think? Have you read the work?
April 28, 2015

English
first person? It's been a while since I read the story.
April 27, 2015

English 4
Exactly!
April 27, 2015

Social studies
I don't know. What does your text suggest?
April 27, 2015

The villages
What is "The villages?" What does math have to do with studying villages?
April 27, 2015

English 4
No. After Yeats' death, how does he live on in many cities???
April 27, 2015

English
It needs to be even more concise. No "althoughs."
April 27, 2015

English 4
Who is Miss Temple? Who is Helen? Tell us what you're studying!
April 27, 2015

English
Ms. Sue is correct. In a poem, one line seldom is a complete sentence, but is continued in two or more lines. Only the first word of a sentence should be capitalized. Sometimes poems do not use compete sentences, so capitalization is up to the poet, not us to "correct&...
April 27, 2015

Art
Actually, #1 is wrong. Moveable type didn't come along until some time later. And I, too, have no idea about #3, but from having seen both woodcuts and etchings, I suspect you are wrong.
April 27, 2015

psychology
Well, what do you think? What does your assigned reading say?
April 27, 2015

english
I'd give you the same advice I gave you last night, but I hate repeating myself.
April 26, 2015

social studies
Even San Francisco is Spanish!
April 26, 2015

University of North Texas
That's a strange question if your field of study is the University of North Texas. Please put your subject matter in the "subject" line when you post a question.
April 26, 2015

latin culture
http://www.choosechicago.com/neighborhoods-and-communities/pilsen/
April 25, 2015

Civics
Still, Sarah, read about Madison, please. His career is fascinating, as well as his ideas about government. We would not be the United States if it wasn't for him (among others).
April 25, 2015

Civics
My answer above was about the NSA, not subsequent questions in this thread. As for a Federalist, please do read about Washington and Madison. As for the question about voters, A is correct, without doubt.
April 25, 2015

Civics
Although I believe the CIA does more covert operations than NSA, but the NSA oversees the CIA, so...
April 25, 2015

Civics
This isn't a good question. It could be any of the choices given, depending on what your specialty is. The NSA does all of the above. But D may be the "correct" answer.
April 25, 2015

social studies
Read this article: http://www.apa.org/science/about/psa/2011/11/human-evolution.aspx
April 25, 2015

social studies
All of it! When new ideas are created in one society or culture, they often spread quickly, through trade or other means. Wars certainly force one group to have an impact on another. The spread of European diseases had a huge impact on Native American cultures and societies. ...
April 25, 2015

government
Make sure you understand the difference between fiscal policy and monetary policy. They are not the same. And please read your text. It may take sides in the policy debate about how government can help in a recession. in all truth, government action can ease the effects of a ...
April 25, 2015

government
So many questions! 1. It measures unemployment in relation to the pool of available workers. Friction is not involved. 2. Fiscal policy is a function of the Congress and the president. Monetary policy is largely reserved to the Federal Reserve Bank. 3. What can be done to help...
April 25, 2015

government LSN
Usually, yes. Urban sprawl is unplanned development of previously undeveloped land, as in agricultural or forest land. Smart Growth is controlled development, often involving redevelopment of previously developed areas, as in "urban in-fill," or rebuilding older ...
April 25, 2015

Public Speaking
Again, F for you! What is YOUR answer?
April 25, 2015

Public Speaking
You fail.
April 25, 2015

Public Speaking
It's not? Is she speaking in code?
April 25, 2015

Public Speaking
Why not? If not, what?
April 25, 2015

business
http://www.legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Business+Trust
April 25, 2015

physical education
And how on earth do you interview FROM an e? It makes no sense at all.
April 24, 2015

English 4
Ooops. Ms. Sue is on it! :)
April 24, 2015

English 4
What words in the poem suggest sadness? That's part of the question you have to answer.
April 24, 2015

Ethics in Tech
Unfortunately, sometimes software is hard to use because the designer or engineer has no contact with the user.
April 24, 2015

Ethics in Tech
No. They make very good salaries.
April 24, 2015

English
Please note, however, that you changed the tense of some of these verbs, which changes their meaning. Your choices as listed are correct. Your use of "nullify" should be "nullified," as listed, for example.
April 24, 2015

English
You're right on all but 8 and 10. You have them reversed. Look up both words in a dictionary.
April 24, 2015

English 4
Ciara, apparently none of us has read that poem or story. When you ask for help with a literary work, please tell us whether it' a poem, story, play, or whatever, and tell us the author so we might be better able to help you. If we are not familiar, we might be able to ...
April 24, 2015

English 4
No. If you don't know what these words mean, look them up.
April 24, 2015

Pschology 202
Define "occupational achievement" first.
April 23, 2015

Some research questions
To do further research, there may be live links in the Wikipedia article (type in blue). And you can use your search engine (Bing or Google or whatever) to type in, for example, "demographics of Bolivia" and hit enter and see what comes up. Then click on the article ...
April 23, 2015

English 4
No. Read the link Ms. Sue posted for you and don't ask this question again.
April 23, 2015

English 4
These choices are not very good, in my opinion, but I don't think the "Johnny" is necessarily clever. He is older than the young bride. Therein might be a clue.
April 23, 2015

english 4
Nope
April 23, 2015

English 4
Yes.
April 23, 2015

World History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I
April 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
And, Damon, television was invented in 1927, but the technology for transmitting it was non-existent. It was introduced to the general public at the New York world's fair in 1939, but WWII put it on the back burner until after the war.
April 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
Damon, small electrical appliances did appear and become popular in the '20s. Toasters, waffle irons, etc., and electric washing machines and vacuum cleaners. There were a lot more after WW II, but I've seen ads and even antiques from the 1920s. And electricity was ...
April 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
1 and 3 are correct. One of yur choices on #2 is wrong. I don't know what your text says about electricity. It was already common in cities before 1920, but not at all in rural areas until the 1930s. And the automobile began to be affordable for average people after Ford&#...
April 23, 2015

English
Sorry, I'm not "anonymous." I'm a tutor here. :)
April 23, 2015

Language Arts
I know the story "The Ninny" by Anton Chekov. What play are you reading? Who is the author? There are several plays and movie scripts based on the Chekov story, and other works titled similarly.
April 23, 2015

L.A. The Governess :)
I really don't know, from the excerpt you have posted. Again, look at what has happened BEFORE this exchange of dialog. What does Julia know? Is she plotting some way to assert herself that Mistress doesn't know about? Has she already done something that Mistress doesn...
April 23, 2015

L.A. The Governess :)
I don't know this play. B may well be the correct answer. To be sure, ask yourself, and reread the play to refresh your memory, if Julie does know something Mistress doesn't know. If Mistress is talking about something she doesn't know about yetand Julie does, then...
April 23, 2015

Philosophy
http://www.philosophyfactory.wordpress.com/2011/05/30/kant-vs-utilitarianism-2/
April 23, 2015

Philosophy
Both are useful. It depends on whom you talk to. What do YOU think?
April 23, 2015

History
TayB, the sites I posted late last night are okay. I took a look at the history-assignment-help site that Steve posted. I'm not sure what good that really does, but if it helps you, by all means go for it. Here are some others that I think are more to the point: http;//en....
April 23, 2015

History
http://www.authentichistory.com › 1946-1960 › the cold war home front http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarthyism http://www.history.fas.nyu.edu/docs/IO/19463/Baar.pdf Happy reading, TayB!
April 23, 2015

personal finance
I believe so, too.
April 23, 2015

benedicta
If you want a math tutor to see this in the morning, put your subject in the subject line, not the name of your school.
April 23, 2015

English
Yes, fails is right on the second one. I goofed.
April 22, 2015

English
Public is singular, a body of people. You're right on the second one. Mathematics is also singular.
April 22, 2015

History
I'd have to know what decisions and what event are being discussed to be able to help you.
April 22, 2015

English
http://www.afrykaconnect.pl/index.php/arts-and-culture/39-african-wedding-cultural-traditions-by-country
April 22, 2015

Ap European
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I
April 22, 2015

Social Studies
1 - 9 seem correct. Check your map for #10.
April 22, 2015

Ap European
And guilt about what?
April 22, 2015

ELA-
Yay!!!
April 22, 2015

ELA-
I think D is correct. And you are right about C. :)
April 22, 2015

ELA-
I don't think so.
April 22, 2015

English Research
Genetically transmitted diseases, like Sickle-cell anemia.
April 22, 2015

check 1 easy question
Of these choices, D is best. Please put your subject matter in the "subject" line!
April 22, 2015

English
The best answer is #1. The second is also appropriate, but would be better if the question was, "How do you get to school?"
April 22, 2015

English
Yes, now #2 is correct. The others are also correct. :)
April 22, 2015

English
1 is correct. 2 should be "The bus?" "What" is the subject of the first sentence. What is referring to something, in this case THE bus or THE subway. The sentence, "No, I go there by subway" is correct. And it's "no," not "nio.&...
April 22, 2015

English
The sentence is grammatical. It might be clearer to say, "It costs three dollars to take the subway." "It" refers to the phrase "to take the subway."
April 22, 2015

history
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1646.html
April 22, 2015

history
No.
April 22, 2015

Language Arts Ms. Sue?? Writeteacher??
Oh. I missed that you changed your answer to B. That is correct, yes.
April 21, 2015

Language Arts Ms. Sue?? Writeteacher??
2 No 3 Yes 4 No Ms. Sue, who lives in the Eastern time zone, may have retired for the night. I hope this helps. Look up the word "literal" and re-read stanza 5.
April 21, 2015

English
No. Many does not mean each or all. Each means that each individual American has two houses, which is not true at all. Many of the wealthier may have two houses, but not everybody.
April 21, 2015

History Please I Am Soooo Stuck :(
Well, I'm very sorry your life is difficult. I can understand. And no one is mad at you here. But if you read the sites Ms. Sue recommended, you should know the answers to these questions. You would know the Korean war was in the 1950s, not the 1960s. You would know the ...
April 21, 2015

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