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August 30, 2015

Posts by Reed


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English
If you have read the story, what is the context in which the question is asked? Then think about what he means. I'm sure you'll come up with an idea.
May 8, 2015

English - Reed
You're welcome.
May 8, 2015

English - Reed
I think so too. :)
May 8, 2015

English
The wise Writeacher seems to have stepped away. Don't you think D is a straightforward statement of fact, not irony? I think C is the correct answer.
May 8, 2015

English
You are quite correct.
May 8, 2015

Travel and Tourism
If you mean global indicators of wealth and poverty, I suppose people who have money to travel may not wish to travel to impoverished areas. What do you think?
May 8, 2015

Travel and Tourism
Indicators of what?
May 8, 2015

Psychology
What do your text materials say?
May 8, 2015

governmnt
third of January.
May 8, 2015

English
Another way would be to say, "The third frame was especially funny."
May 7, 2015

English
You do not need the "especially." Otherwise, this is fine.
May 7, 2015

English
it would be better to say, "A doctor is a person who helps little children."
May 7, 2015

English
#2 is better. One has health, either good or bad. One would not get health by doing anything.
May 7, 2015

English
No. #2 makes no sense. #1 is good. Use the preposition "for."
May 7, 2015

English
No matter what position you're applying for, you must sell yourself, as Ms. Sue says, as to what you an do FOR that organization. Know the organization and know what you can bring to the table to enhance its operations and mission.
May 7, 2015

Writing
You're welcome.
May 7, 2015

Writing
you need a comma after "Jem," Jem is a noun, but it tells who the major character is. The subject of your sentence is "a major character," a noun phrase.
May 7, 2015

Writing
It is a little awkward: "...Harper Lee, a major character, Jem's..." You might write "...Jem, drastically changes his view..." And I would say Jem's experiences were IN his hometown, not with.
May 7, 2015

Bulgarian
You too, Arnela. :)
May 7, 2015

Bulgarian
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=bulgarian-english%20dictionary%20online%20free
May 7, 2015

business
Construction workers wear hard-hats.
May 7, 2015

Health CHECK MY ANSWERS PLS!!
I think you are correct on 5 and 10, wrong on the rest. I would especially point out that it is a common misperception that traffic laws don't apply to bikes, etc., but they do! It's a very good way to get hit by a car if you don't stop for that red light, etc.
May 7, 2015

confidentiality allied health
What is your question?
May 7, 2015

LA The Ninny Help & Check answers please
You're correct on 1 and 4. For the others, re-read the corresponding passages to find out.
May 7, 2015

History Check Please
Don't you have any text materials? All these should be covered there, or you would not be asked these questions. For web sites, use your browser and enter the keyword, such as LULAC or "English only movement" to see what articles might answer your questions. You ...
May 7, 2015

Social Studies
You are correct. Sharecropping limited economic opportunities, but not, directly, voting.
May 7, 2015

engilish
http://www.afrykaconnect.pl/index.php/arts-and-culture/39-african-wedding-cultural-traditions-by-country
May 7, 2015

LA
Start by asking when and why Anne struggles to understand the situation she lives in, and the people she lives with. Do her struggles reflect a complex mind? Or is she a mindless mall rat?
May 7, 2015

Social Studies
Were the Missouri Compromise, the Compromise of 1850, or ANY (except 2000) elections Supreme Court decisions? You are right, the answer is #2, but you should know that that is the ONLY Supreme Court decision among the choices.
May 7, 2015

GA State History
You might try this revolutionary idea, too: read your text materials.
May 7, 2015

History
If you need to know about the Kennedy administration's foreign policy, this is a good, brief overview: http://www.countriesquest.com/north_america/usa/history/foreign_policy_vietnam_war_and_watergate/kennedy_administration_and_the_cold_war.htm
May 6, 2015

Social Studies
What is your choice?
May 6, 2015

life orientation
What four (or more) factors are discussed in your text materials?
May 6, 2015

language arts
If you need ideas about why we need or do not need zoos: http://www.peta.org/living/entertainment/reality-zoos/ http://animalrights.about.com/od/animalsinentertainment/a/Arguments-For-And-Against-Zoos.htm
May 6, 2015

eng
Look up "traditional African marriage" on your web browser. You will find that it varies from tribe to tribe, nation to nation, etc. Read about it, then decide if this thesis is true or not.
May 5, 2015

Socials
http://www.npr.org/2011/07/11/137497772/how-trains-railroaded-the-american-economy http://www.smithsonianmag.com/ist/?next=/history/where-the-buffalo-no-longer-roamed-3067904/ Read these, then go to: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=...
May 5, 2015

Eng
see posts below
May 5, 2015

L.A
A and D
May 5, 2015

L.A
I'll say "thanks" to Ms. Sue on your behalf. :)
May 5, 2015

English
http://study.com/academy/lesson/iambic-pentameter-definition-examples-quiz.html Study this site.
May 5, 2015

Art History
What does your text say? Generally, painters in the employ of rulers (doges, princes,, etc.) painted subjects that made the employer look good. That's where I would look for propagandistic works. But read your text materials.
May 5, 2015

SS
Do you have a text or text materials? I don't know what terms your course work wants you to apply. Capitalist? Socialist? Agrarian? What?
May 5, 2015

English 4
Have you ever been to a wedding? Are they happy events or sad events, solemn or celebratory? What do you think? "the feast was set." Is a feast a good thing or a bad thing? What do you think?
May 4, 2015

Philosophy
http://www.facebook.com/RBReich?fref=ts
May 4, 2015

Philosophy
http://www.robertreich.org
May 4, 2015

Philosophy
TayB, if this is a question for school, I doubt your teacher wants to know what Ms. Sue or I think. What do YOU think? Some politicians say there is no "justice" about it. Some people fail at life and are poor, some succeed and are rich. Others think it is not only ...
May 4, 2015

English
I've never read Ayn Rand, but if by "being alone" means being single (unmarried) is called a transgression, or a sin, is that not like bullying? Or alone in one's political views or whatever one is alone at being or thinking, is that a sin?
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
Yes, I see you do not understand. The ship sets sail, clearing the harbor (leaving behind the kirk (church), lighthouse, etc. The weather is fine, the breeze propels the sailing ship, until they enter a very, very calm place in the ocean. Then, with no breeze, the sun becomes ...
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
Yes, you did. And by "biting" on my suggestion that night brings mystery, you showed me you have not read the poem. Until you do, please don't ask these questions again.
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
In other words, read the poem, Ciara. You cannot know the tone or mood based on one line alone.
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
See my last post in response to your question about the bright sun below. What is the context within the poem?
May 4, 2015

English 4
In the context of the poem, there is no forboding here at all. It's smooth sailing for this ship, at this point in the poem. One line all by itself cannot be interpreted all by itself! Read the poem! Then you will be able to answer these questions by yourself.
May 4, 2015

English 4
Hang on here. The mariner is telling how the ship sailed. The sun was bright and came up on the left and set on the right. Good weather. You have to read the whole stanza, the whole section of the poem, to understand it. You can't do it based on one line. Based on the one ...
May 4, 2015

English 4
It could be that. It could also be forboding. With the darkness comes mystery. What will happen in the dark? You have to interpret the line in the context of the rest of the poem, not all by itself.
May 4, 2015

English 4
I think the poet is describing the sunset.
May 4, 2015

English 4
What do you think?
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
Imagine yourself on a ship in rough seas. How would you feel? Remember that ships in those days were much smaller than modern ones and much more fragile.
May 4, 2015

English 4 !
Well, I'd call it "rough." The breeze is a stiff one and the sea is roiling with waves: "the white foam flew" and the "furrow" indicates the trough between high waves. You might think of a better word, but the weather at sea is NOT calm!
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
If that's what your text materials say, go with it. I'm not familiar with Lasswell, but that's a good description of politics.
May 4, 2015

Socials
I'm not familiar with the specifics of Canadian government actions. I assume they were quite similar to the actions of the United States government in the same situations. Both governments could have negotiated for right of way for the railroads instead of removing the ...
May 4, 2015

English
How is Simon different from the other boys? "he is (provides) a marked contrast to the others." Or, "he is not a team player." Or...what do YOU think?
May 4, 2015

english
Again, as Writeacher and Ms. Sue pointed out, these are products, things, not arguments or literary works. None of these terms of persuasion apply to inanimate things like smart phones or motor vehicles or corporations.
May 4, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
1 - no. 2 - you have two right, one wrong. 3 - Xena, think about this one. Farmers engage in what industry?
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
The meaning of those words can be interpreted in many ways. A good explanation of the roots of the idea is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life,_Liberty_and_the_pursuit_of_Happiness
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
Actually, your first answer about interstate commerce was the most correct answer as regards the Annapolis Convention. As the article I posted to you points out, the impact of the convention may or may not have had a lot of impact, but the Constitution drafted the next year ...
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
No again. The Articles of Confederation did not give the Congress the authority to levy taxes. One (of several) consequences was that bounties promised Revolutionary War soldiers could not be paid except in land, not money. This question is a little overly simplistic, but the ...
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
If your text materials aren't clear on this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annapolis_Convention_(1786)
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
No.
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
Generally speaking, yes. You're right.
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
Right again!
May 4, 2015

history
We'll be glad to check your answer.
May 4, 2015

History
What does your text say?
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
Okay! You are correct.
May 4, 2015

American Goverment
And what is YOUR answer?
May 4, 2015

Social Studies
's okay. But do be patient. We are volunteers, so are not always here all the time. :)
May 4, 2015

Social Studies
Either b or c would be correct. Depending on what your text materials say, I think b is the best answer.
May 4, 2015

Art and Creative Development
If the child is asking questions in class, I would not call her/him shy and withdrawn, would you? I'd go with A.
May 4, 2015

english
And YOUR question is?
May 4, 2015

English
Okay, I looked up the story. Is the automated household continuing it's grind with no one there a contrast? Is the charred exterior of the house, save the silhouettes of the family, a contrast? What do these things mean?
May 4, 2015

English
I have not read this story, so can't help. Perhaps another English tutor has read it.
May 4, 2015

education
It's not a question as you have posted it.
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
Whatever works!
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
It comes up for me. Don't ask why it doesn't for you. I have NO idea. Cyberspace is fickle sometimes. It's the Google page that lists a number of articles on "stem cell research." Enter those words in your browser and it should pull up a variety of ...
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
No, according to what I have read. Did you read any of the articles that come up on Google? What does your text say?
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
Yes.
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
Read, read, read: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=stem%20cell%20research
May 3, 2015

English
See posts below.
May 3, 2015

Criminal Justice
Judging by what the news media reports incessantly, I'd agree, but, as Ms. Sue suggests, consult your text.
May 3, 2015

Criminal Justice
B is correct.
May 3, 2015

Criminal Justice
No, it's not A.
May 3, 2015

Law and Ethics Medical
I don't think so.
May 3, 2015

english/polsci essay excerpt edit
And, if you do the research, you will find that the president does have authority to act militarily in defense of the nation, but within limits. The War Powers Act was designed to codify those limits. And you will find that President Bush did have Congressional authority for ...
May 3, 2015

english/polsci essay excerpt edit
And, in this case, make sure YOU know the difference between diplomacy and waging war, and what the Constitution says about separation of powers between the executive and legislative branches. Diplomacy is largely left to the executive. It can't be done by 535 members of ...
May 3, 2015

english/polsci essay excerpt edit
That would be very difficult to do here, Christine. It really is up to you to double check your facts. Write your first draft, as you have done, then read it to yourself. Put yourself in the "shoes" of the reader and ask yourself if your draft makes sense, all the ...
May 3, 2015

english/polsci essay excerpt edit
First, you need to explain what the Unitary Executive Theory is. And you need to explain the correlation between Truman's use of executive power and Nixon's. Did Nixon pattern his ideas on Truman's, or how did Truman have anything to do with the War Powers ...
May 3, 2015

Education
It's asking for YOUR views. If you view children's skills and competencies as very poor, how can you see them more positively, for example.
May 3, 2015

math
If he paints half the wall blue, he'll have half a wall that's painted blue. What is the question?
May 3, 2015

ANT101
And your answer is?
May 2, 2015

English
Since I have not read the book, but you have, I suggest you look for some. http://www.literarydevices.net/analogy/
May 2, 2015

introduction to business
And your answer is?
May 2, 2015

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