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gerund phrases
OOPS. No, two of your answers are wrong. A gerund phrase includes the object and modifiers. Two of these phrases include modifiers.

gerund phrases
Correct.

Biology
This should explain it. It's not the S phase, from this explanation. http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/cellular-molecular-biology/stem-cells-and-cancer/a/cell-cycle-regulators

Biology
I don't think so, based on this. Read it for yourself. http://cyberbridge.mcb.harvard.edu/mitosis_6.html

english
Writeacher is correct in that there are umpteen different approaches to various "intelligences". I think this MAY be what you're looking for, but have NO idea what approach your class or text materials propose. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-...

English
Without decorations, perhaps. Something simple, not "high style". A bag that is functional, utilitarian.

Social studies
What is "capital"? No, C is not the answer.

HELP PLEASE
HELP PLEASE ? An evil villain has you trapped in a burning building and you need Superman to save you? Will Batman do? That's all we have today. Spider-Man and Superman are out for nap time.

History
Strike. Read your text materials. It helps.

8th Grade History
Yes, C was right.

8th Grade History
No, it's not B. There is a better answer. Re-read your text materials. What did the South need most to sustain it's war effort?

Social studies
http://www.legendsofamerica.com/we-mining.html

History
I guess there were no outcomes.

Geography
I think you're probably right. Buddhism and Islam are the dominant religions (Islam mostly), and Islam came to them through India. Double-check your text materials.

Social Studies
http://www.quora.com/Why-did-Buddhism-become-a-world-religion-while-Jainism-did-not http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Buddhism_in_India I think these two articles should answer the question.

OK History
I agree with your answers to 1 and 2. I don't know what your text says about #3. Generally, African-American troops fought bravely in the Union Armies. At Honey Springs, they repelled the Confederate force and were praised by their white commander as the bravest and best ...

SS
Here are some excellent articles about the Columbian Exchange in the 15th and 16th centuries. Some are from respected universities. The fact that you have no text materials is hard to figure out. Are your parents controlling your education without help from an on-line school ...

English
#2 means any time before five days has elapsed (could be one, three, five days - WITHIN five). At the end of five days means just that - five days will pass before he returns. In this case, "in" and "within" can be taken to mean something different. "...

English
Well, yes, they do mean the same thing. "Within" means it took no longer than five days, or one day in 1 & 2. "In one day" might mean it took the whole day. Both are a little vague about exactly how long it took to read a book. They set a parameter. Maybe ...

English
#3 is correct, but means something different than #s 1 and 2. 1 and 2 mean the same thing. #3 means that he read AFTER the normal daily activities were completed, i.e. after school or work, after the children were tucked in for the night, or whatever were activities separate ...

health
Incomplete. What are the other choices and what is YOUR answer?

GEOGRAPHY
Do you mean to adjust for the difference in time zones? http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=world+time+zone+map&qpvt=world+time+zone+map&qpvt=world+time+zone+map&qpvt=world+time+zone+map&FORM=IGRE

History
You must have text materials that tell about this history. If not, you'll find what you need if you read these articles: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Who+was+alvars+and+nayanars&FORM=EDGNNC

English
In America, #1 is the preferred, most common. The others are okay, but not used here. Perhaps in other places, they are more commonly used.

Social studies
A bonus isn't monetary? No, not D.

English
In the USA, what many nations call the Foreign Ministry is called the Department of State or "State Department". A foreign service officer is a member of the diplomatic corps, a career diplomat who works for the State Dept. They are not commissioned officers, as in ...

Ellison ???
I don't think we have an tutors in the School Subject "Ellison". I've never heard of it.

social studies
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Turkey

social studies
http://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/safak-pavey/rise-of-political-islam-in-turkey-how-west-got-it-wrong

English
I think you must explain why a mobile phone misguides a child's life and how it ruins his or her progress.

English
I once had a similar situation in real life. A committee worked for many months on ideas to serve so-called "gifted and talented" students. This was years ago, before there were advanced placement (AP) classes. Two members of the committee wanted to send students to ...

English
http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/expert-answers/passive-aggressive-behavior/faq-20057901 From my study in organizational communication (and life experience), the only thing the chair of the committee can do is try to meet with the offended member and ...

P.E 2
Type the words "history of tinikling" into your browser (Google, Bing, Yahoo, whatever you use) and click on "search" or hit enter.

P.E 2
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singkil_people

english
Yes, each branch of the military has a Chief of Staff. The President has a Chief of Staff, too.

english
If the Chief of Staff is meeting with someone (it says "are", so he's not meeting with himself), who might he meet with?

History
http://www.bing.com/search?q=satrap+def&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=1adc081e1a8a4601b842038329d21841&pq=satrap+def&cc=US&setlang=en-US

health
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nut

health
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nut

ELA
The "ship" and the "captain" are what and whom in "O Captain, My Captian"? Who is the captain and what was he in charge of? What was the storm that the ship weathered?

Social Studies Help!!
There is a better answer to #2. Your other answers are correct. #4 can be debated. I think both A and C are correct, so I can only guess that C will be considered correct by whomever or whatever grades your quiz. If your text supports, C, it's probably "correct".

English
Q1 - "Sure" is certainly not a sentence. In informal, vernacular speech, we use it all the time, but it's a grammar shortcut. Otherwise, your sentences are grammatical. The definition of a rock is usually a large mass of stone making up a cliff or an outcropping...

English
In spoken, informal language, the "I'm" may be omitted. It's implied. All your responses are grammatically correct, if not formal "written" English. All are perfectly acceptable in colloquial, spoken language.

Language Arts 7
Apparently none of us tutors have read the novel (or the excerpt). On #5, look up the word "conspire" if you don't know what it means. http://www.merriam-webster.com (I almost feel guilty that I have not read Amy Tan. She and I live in the same city. I could walk...

English
"Who" refers to a person. "That" refers to an object, a thing. It's a common mistake to say,"...volunteers that can...", but it's wrong.

English
In this context the plural is best. One watches more than one game if that's a hobby.

Bio
We don't have a biology tutor at the present time, and I'm surely no biologist. Perhaps you can find the information you need among these articles, if your text materials seem unclear to you. http://www.bing.com/search?q=what+are+the+starting+molecules+for+each+step+of...

Ethics
I think the ethical principle called "utilitarianism" applies to your question. This is a long article (and a good one), but the introduction part will explain the principle. Do you think it applies? https://www.probe.org/utilitarianism-the-greatest-good-for-the-...

Social Studies
I disagree with your answers to #3 and #5. The others seem to be correct.

Social Studies
What does your text say?

Social Studies
And your answer is? http://mises.org/library/inflation-and-fall-roman-empire

Social Studies
What does your text say about these topics? When you have an answer(s), we'll be glad to check them.

Social Studies
Well, D is a root cause. The war was caused when North Korea invaded South Korea in June, 1950. The United States had withdrawn almost all troops from South Korea and had not pledged to defend South Korea, so went to the United Nations to ask for intervention on behalf of ...

Social Studies
OOPS! BAD TYPO on my part. I meant B is the correct answer, as you first posed. NOT C.

Social Studies
Well, it's not both. I'd choose C. The Soviets weren't much involved in the Korean conflict. Neither the United States nor the USSR took control over either South or North Korea.

PLEASE HELP AND HURRY
PLEASE HELP AND HURRY??? You've fallen into the well and Lassie isn't there to go for help?

LAnguage arts
Nope.

Into to com
While I have not seen this particular video and cannot comment on its effectiveness, the principles involved in the next two questions are familiar. The questions ask you to think of examples in your own life. Only you can do that. No one else is living your life!

English
Keep in mind that when writing a speech, no more than three points should be made. The audience will, most likely, not remember more than three. You need an introduction to tell them what you are going to tell them, then make your points, and a summary to restate the three ...

English
Choose something that you are interested in AND that you think might be made interesting to your audience. An esoteric topic like, for example, the various ways of making paper might be rather dull to most people (unless you can find a "hook" to make it interesting...

English
"a" is used if the following word starts with a consonant. "...a facial..." "an" is used if the following word starts with a vowel. "...an important date in history..."

English
You're right, "whilst" is more commonly used in the U.K. It is a perfectly good word. I was wrong to say it's not proper. It does seem strange (uncommon) to American ears and eyes. You refer to "Antell" as Dr. once. Is that a first name or a surname...

English
In a formal letter, the spacing is necessary. The salutation is also followed by a comma: "Dear Dr. Antell," And I would point out that "whilst" is not proper. The correct word is "while". http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/653/01/

Information systems
http://www.internationalmeetingsreview.com/technology/video-conferencingis-it-a-viable-alternative-face-face-meetings-36924 http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2008/sep/07/green.greenbusiness Read these two articles and let us know what you think.

Physical Health Education
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Facts+and+fallacies+about+female+participation+in+sports&FORM=EDGNNC Here are several articles. You should find what you need from them.

history
Do you know what each of these words mean, what they are? Look up the words you don't know, then tell us what your answer is. Someone will be glad to check it.

History World
Yes, although the stalemate wasn't exactly "broken". Read the section of this article called "First deployments". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanks_in_World_War_I

Science - hyperthyroidism
Maybe this will help: http://www.yourhormones.info/Endocrine_conditions/Graves_disease.aspx

Mental Health
You have a poorly worded choice of answers, as I said before. Go with either D or E and you'll find out which is considered "correct". Both are "correct", as worded.

Mental Health
You are right to be confused, though. Both D and E mean the same thing, so we have no idea which will be considered "correct" by the computer program that checks your answers. I wish I could help more. I'd choose D.

Mental Health
Certainly A, B, and C are potential causes of abnormal behavior, aren't they? So which are NOT psychological causal factors?

English
I agree.

English
I think that's the best answer, out of these choices. Literary devices are meant to bring an abstract concept into the realm of the experience of the audience by making some allusion to something most people can relate to. So, inspiration may not be the right word, but it...

English
I disagree. Again, I don't like any of the choices here, but there is a better answer than entertaining audiences.

English
Now, let me make on caveat. It is reasonable to express an opinion that, say, more research needs to be done to draw a definitive conclusion. A small sample in a survey or lab experiment, for example, may not lead to a conclusion that can be generalized. And if the research ...

English
YES. Your feelings and opinions on the subject are irrelevant. Your job is to report on the research that has been done and the results of that research. Period.

English
No. The more detail the better to support the ideas presented.

Information Technology
I don't know if this will answer your question or not. http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/mmpc/shared/prevention.aspx

English
Steve, I don't like any of these choices. I think "hopelessness" is the best answer of the four, but absurdist literature and philosophy contends that our attempt to find meaning in life is humanly impossible. That does not necessarily preclude the hope that ...

English
Yes, I was assuming that if the clause beginning "that" was eliminated, "Scientists report" is an independent clause.

English
You're welcome. :)

English
You're right! :)

Mental Health
Yes, from what I know, B is the correct answer to the first question. And I would also choose E for the second question. There is evidence that exposure to a lot of violence does affect children in many ways. http://www.bing.com/search?q=exposure+to+violence+as+a+child+-+...

English
Both are correct. Old rules said to add the extra S, as in "class's" but now it is acceptable not to do so, as in "class'" Rules change over time. I like the old way: add the extra S.

Government
Ms. Sue's link to the "talkingpointsmemo" article is a good one for you.

Government
I have no idea how redistricting affects women in particular. What do YOU think? And how does media "cover" women in politics? How that might have an effect is a subject for discussion. Read lots, and you can start here to supplement what your text materials have to ...

English
Sorry, typo. "We, as humans, make..."

English
Yes, but it is not good grammar. It would be better if it said, "We, as humans make a terrible blunder." if you mean a particular blunder or mistake. If you mean many mistakes, you would write, "We, as humans, make terrible blunders." Note the commas that ...

English
First, it's unclear what individuality has to do with "encouraging them to have their body under the knife". What are you talking about, cosmetic surgery? And what do "unclear symptoms" have to do with it? Seventy-five percent of teenagers aged 16-20 ...

iqra
What is "igra"? What is your subject? History, math, biology? If you want a tutor skilled in your subject, please put your subject in the School Subject box so he or she will see it.

History
I think you should also be aware that there is an informal kind of imperialism, too. A nation may, and in the last century commonly does, make alliances with a weaker nation, investing in the local economy or exerting political power, to gain an advantage over a rival nation. ...

History
Your text materials are the best source. This article discusses colonialism, which is essentially the same as imperialism. You can also "google" imperialism. Type the word into your browser and click on "search" or press "enter". Note that there ...

English
"yourself" is best.

state & local government
There are 50 states in the u.S.A. Which one?

English
I agree.

world history
The language of the Roman Empire was Latin. The Empire was "latinized" as the Roman armies took over other territories and imposed Roman forms of government and "civilization" on the conquered lands. Language is inherent to a culture, so as Roman culture ...

Social studies
I think there is a better answer for #1. Migration from rural areas to the cities had begun well before the 1950s. Increased productivity means goods can be produced with fewer man-hours, doesn't it, in part? When did paid vacations become a benefit for workers?

Elsa tony
Giving people the answers is cheating and does not help anyone learn anything. Stop it. M,S,E, Yes, specialized is correct. When you don't know what a word means, you should look it up. :)

English
Look up those words: http://merriam-webster.com

English
Is this the poem, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow? A wind came up out of the sea, And said: "O mists, make room for me!" It hailed the ships, and cried: "Sail on, Ye mariners, the night is gone." And hurried landward far away, Crying: "Awake! it is the ...

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