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November 22, 2014

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The Odyssey and Orestia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oresteia#Storyline http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odyssey#Return_to_Ithaca You could be right, but be sure to read the sections here to be sure.
November 22, 2014

English
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/poestories/section3.rhtml
November 22, 2014

English
Please read (or re-read) these directions on the Post a New Question page: Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting. ----------- Write what YOU THINK, and someone here ...
November 22, 2014

Living a Healthy Life
You're welcome.
November 22, 2014

Living a Healthy Life
right
November 22, 2014

English
DON'T start any paper's first draft by writing the introduction!You cannot truly introduce a paper that you haven't written yet. Follow the writing process: Prewriting: Brainstorm, research, plan, outline, thesis statement Writing: Write first draft by starting ...
November 22, 2014

English
Are you planning simply to re-tell the whole story? Or is there a particular point you are trying to analyze?
November 22, 2014

Art History
I'd go with C. http://www.google.com/search?q=parallel+lines+converge+at+two+points+on+the+horizon&biw=1440&bih=712&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=579wVMDmHoKYgwSq3YOgCA&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ
November 22, 2014

Reading-yes,this is the article
One big problem I see with this entire article is the sweeping use of generalizations all through it. http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/fallacies/ (Scroll down a bit and read about generalizations.) Does this mean that we become more narcissistic as we become more lonely...
November 22, 2014

Principles of Public Speaking
There is only one obvious choice here ... someone who could help you conduct research on this topic for ALL types of media.
November 22, 2014

English
All are correct, but each means something different from the others! =)
November 22, 2014

English
#1 is correct; #2 is not. The principal parts of the verb "to forget" are forget, forgot, forgotten ~ ~ "forget"is used for present tense and with certain auxiliary/helping verbs to form future and conditional tenses, too. ~ "forgot" is used for ...
November 22, 2014

PHI
Read, read, read ... http://www.google.com/search?q=Larmer%E2%80%99s+criticism+of+Duska%E2%80%99s+argument&oq=Larmer%E2%80%99s+criticism+of+Duska%E2%80%99s+argument&aqs=chrome..69i57.2052j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
November 22, 2014

english
Good luck!
November 22, 2014

Reading
Nothing that involves psychology is easy to understand!! Don't beat yourself up over that! Is this the article? http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/05/is-facebook-making-us-lonely/308930/
November 21, 2014

Geography
*Spanish*
November 21, 2014

Geography
Go to http://www.google.com and enter mexico ancient cultures Read, read, read. Take notes: mainly names of different peoples and the major markers of each. Then consider the effects of the Soanish conquerors and others who came after. You need to come to your own conclusions ...
November 21, 2014

English/concrete nouns
"concrete nouns" = names of things you can see or touch ... iron toolbox lamb tooth The others are nouns that name feelings or ideas, things you cannot see or touch
November 21, 2014

Int.science/Laws of Thermodynamics
I don't see any science tutors online right now. You need to have patience.
November 21, 2014

English
All mean the same thing. Sentence 2 has the best phrasing of all.
November 20, 2014

health and career 8!!
Go to http://www.google.com Type in falco ardosiacus and press the Enter key. Read, read, read ...
November 20, 2014

Eng
If you change "would be" to "is" then it'll be present tense.
November 20, 2014

Eng
http://www.easypacelearning.com/images/tenses.jpg It isn't present tense.
November 20, 2014

English
Both are correct.
November 20, 2014

English
Right
November 20, 2014

art
Please read this OUT LOUD: the use of imagery that could not the real world
November 20, 2014

art
Possibly ... but I asked you to proofread B ... there's at least one typo and/or missing word there. I don't understand B. Please clarify.
November 20, 2014

art
http://www.greynotgrey.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Salvador-Dali-The-Persistence-of-Memory-1931.jpg Smooth??
November 20, 2014

art
I don't understand B. Please proofread it.
November 20, 2014

English
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/poestories/
November 20, 2014

English
vengeful cunning What else?
November 20, 2014

art
These are really bad questions and answer choices. I know of artists, past and present, for whom A, C, and D are correct.
November 20, 2014

art
OK, I just reread all this thread, and it was Jacob who guessed C, but that's not right. Then you said a but I missed it. If you use capital letters in the right places, we will understand you better. Yes, the answer is A.
November 20, 2014

art
You already guessed c, and it's not right! Think -- positive!
November 20, 2014

art
Which of the four has no negativity to it?
November 20, 2014

art
How will the artist know who the viewer(s) will be?
November 20, 2014

art
And you think it's ... ?
November 20, 2014

History WWI
The 11th hour of the 11th month, 1918. Armistice Day
November 20, 2014

parents, Finances, and School-Age Children
What's the difference between A and B?
November 20, 2014

English
Yes, and sometimes B, but not always.
November 20, 2014

english
You're very welcome!
November 20, 2014

english
Right
November 20, 2014

english
The question is asking "except..." -- that is, which one is NOT a use for subjunctive. Re-read everything ... then re-think and don't guess.
November 20, 2014

english
No. Read about the subjunctive mood here, and re-think: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#mood
November 20, 2014

english
And you think it's ... ?
November 20, 2014

Social Studies
I've never heard of Qantas in any association other than as a major passenger airline company. Sorry.
November 20, 2014

Social Studies
http://www.google.com/search?q=qantas&oq=qantas&aqs=chrome..69i57.3058j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Passengers?
November 20, 2014

CAT, mathematics literacy , business studies ,hist
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1416484950
November 20, 2014

social studies
http://www.google.com/search?q=institutional+corruption&oq=institutional+corruption&aqs=chrome..69i57.10245j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read lots.
November 20, 2014

reading
From what paragraph??
November 20, 2014

Maths lit , CAT and history
What is CAT?
November 20, 2014

General Knowledge
today
November 20, 2014

English
All have the same meaning, but 2 and 3 are awkward.
November 19, 2014

HISTORY
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0763770.html Start counting!
November 19, 2014

english
I agree ... it needs hyphens.
November 19, 2014

English
I agree.
November 19, 2014

English
Yes, both mean the same thing.
November 19, 2014

English
I disagree. What does "enforcing" mean?
November 19, 2014

English HELP!
I'm not familiar with the specifics of all these laws. Maybe Ms. Sue will have a better idea for you.
November 19, 2014

English 10
Which do you think?
November 19, 2014

English
An imperative sentence is a command. Clean your room! Please, pass the noodles. Take your seats, and open your texts to page 93.
November 19, 2014

English
You're very welcome!
November 19, 2014

English
Remove "self" -- "to me" takes care of the idea.
November 19, 2014

dddd
In the Post a New Question instructions, there's this: Homework Posting Tips ... Please be patient. All tutors are volunteers, and sometimes a tutor may not be immediately available. Please be patient while waiting for a response to your question. What that means is that &...
November 19, 2014

English
Behold, Lord, I have conquered this English Grammar course! (exclamatory -- simple) English Grammar has been a very challenging course for me. (indicative, statement, declarative -- simple) How did I keep all the grammar rules in my head? (interrogatory -- simple) I had to ...
November 19, 2014

English
I agree!! How about this? Behold, Lord, I have conquered this English Grammar course! English Grammar has been a very challenging course for me. How did I keep all the grammar rules in my head? I had to study and keep reviewing to succeed. Although it has been a challenging ...
November 19, 2014

English
"Alas" -- you're sorry about this? I see these types of sentences: exclamatory - 1 indicative (statement) - 3 interrogative (question) - 1 or simple - 4 compound - 0 complex - 0 compound-complex - 0 run-on/comma splice - 1
November 19, 2014

Physics? or ??

November 19, 2014

What?

November 19, 2014

English
1 and 2 are the same, yes. 3 & 5 are OK, but 4 & 6 are not correct. It'd be better to write this: After heavy rains, the playground was muddy. and After hours of heavy rain, the playground is muddy now.
November 19, 2014

English
No, 2 is not OK!! The placement of the adverb matters. 4 is not incorrect, but it's not a pattern that's used much.
November 19, 2014

Geography
Read, read, read ... and let us know what you decide to write. http://www.google.com/search?q=personal+ecological+footprint&oq=personal+ecological+footprint&aqs=chrome..69i57.962j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
November 19, 2014

English
Read lots and see if you find any ideas in here for Switzerland's education system. http://www.google.com/search?q=education+in+switzerland&oq=education+in+switzerland&aqs=chrome..69i57.5581j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8#q=education+in+switzerland&tbm=nws
November 19, 2014

Phil
You write them up, and someone here will critique them for you.
November 18, 2014

English - Grammar
Past progressive is correct for the verb in the first sentence. What do you think about the principle parts in the other two sentences?
November 18, 2014

English
Yes, B
November 18, 2014

grade 10
So when you put the two definitions together, and re-read that little poem (or part of a poem), what do you think?
November 18, 2014

grade 10
And here is the definition of "broadside" that fits what's going on here: "A forceful verbal attack, as in a speech or editorial." http://www.answers.com/topic/broadside#ixzz3JRQOhYFI
November 18, 2014

English
Elegaic is the adjective form of "elegy" and yes, it's a type of poem. Elegy: "a song or poem expressing sorrow or lamentation especially for one who is dead. An elegy is a song or poem of lament, especially for the dead. Dead means not only a person but can...
November 18, 2014

English 10
I agree. It's certainly not any of the other three!
November 18, 2014

English
You're very welcome. =)
November 18, 2014

English
PS -- It's the rare compound sentence that DOESN'T need a comma!!
November 18, 2014

English
OK. Did you get the idea about commas and compound sentences?
November 18, 2014

English - Karen??
Please don't switch names. It's unnecessary. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm #2
November 18, 2014

English
Do you know the definitions of "extreme" and "lenient"? Look them up. http://www.dictionary.com Are you clear on what personification is? Read carefully: http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/personification.html
November 18, 2014

math
1 pint = 16 ounces 16/3 = ?? ounces
November 18, 2014

English
Before "it does" ... yes.
November 18, 2014

English
Yes ... and which of the 3 commas is the splice?
November 18, 2014

8TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS
It doesn't matter ... you need to post what YOU THINK if you want anyone to check your work. No one here will do it for you.
November 18, 2014

English
No one here is going to take this test for you. Sorry. If you post what YOU THINK the answers are, you might get a different result.
November 18, 2014

English
Hmmm, well, I disagree with A, but ... ---------- Yes.
November 18, 2014

English
8 - right 9 - right
November 18, 2014

English
Right
November 18, 2014

English
B, yes.
November 18, 2014

English
4 B is correct, yes.
November 18, 2014

English
5 C is correct.
November 18, 2014

English
What words are italicized?
November 18, 2014

English
You're welcome! Once we learn these things, we often become aware of all the bad grammar people around us use ... especially on TV!!
November 18, 2014

English
B You use "like" if it's followed by a noun, pronoun, or phrase (anything but a clause!). You use "as if" or "as though" or "as" if it's followed by a clause.
November 18, 2014

English
Whole infinitive phrase: to buy some new clothes for the summer The main clause is "I need" -- and the infinitive phrase is serving as a noun, the direct object of "need." See the second example here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrases.htm#...
November 18, 2014

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