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English
All 3 mean about the same thing, although #2 is wordy. The word "that" in #s 1 and 3 is a subordinating conjunction except it's introducing a phrase instead of a clause. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#subordinating_conjunctions

English
Those aren't websites. Those are files that reside on the student's hard drive. None of us can see them!!

Engish
Yes, all are fine.

English
1. They can offer a skewed or biased view of events. 2. They can offer a skewed or biased view about events. -------------------------------- (Can we use both 'of' and 'about'?) Both work, but "of" is smoother. 3. I don't agree with you on/about ...

English
Yes -- to both your questions!

Identity crisis!
catherine/bdeena/everleigh Wow -- be careful!! How do you figure 8/9 percent? Once you do, multiply that number by 3375.

English
Have you read and understood the play?

LEA
If you mean your original question here, then yes, D (or 4) is correct. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1485888157

ELA
What previous question?

English III
I would use "by means of" in place of "in" (by means of a classic folk song), but otherwise, your answer is a good one.

LEA
Please write with proper capitals and punctuation.

LEA
If you mean 2, then yes, but spell it correctly!!

English
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adverb.htm Study this and let us know what you decide.

CHEATING IS NOT ALLOWED
We warn and ban ALL PEOPLE who attempt to use this website to cheat. For blatant and full-scale cheating (such as an entire test or exam), THIS is the warning!

Maths
See PsyDAG's post below. Same process.

Economics
2. One decision I have made is to sell my XBOX 360 and take that money to put towards a new Playstation 4. Another decision I made was to study my course work online. My car was low in gas, I also decided to fill the gas tank. AGREE 3. Three decisions that our government has ...

History
Of course, there's always the idea of a "philosopher king" (have you read Plato's Republic?), but how many people like him actually exist in the real world? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosopher_king

History
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=define+totalitarian

History
That's your assignment, which no one here will write for you. What is your question about your assignment?

Technology HURRY
Why hurry?

english
I see only one clause there because I see only one subject and one verb -- bicycles | had. Do you think it's dependent/subordinate? or independent?

History need help asap
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1485875386

history
You'll have to check your text for all this. I doubt anyone here is going to spend the morning googling for your answers!

english
When you do the following for each of these, someone here might make sense of all this: 1. Put capitals where they belong. 2. Put punctuation where needed. 3. Indicate what correction YOU THINK is needed. 4. Indicate what phrase YOU THINK it's in.

english
No idea. Who is Tim Cresswell Place? Or ... what?

English
In 3, you need a comma with "and" or a conjunctive adverb after a semicolon. A semicolon and "and" is incorrect. 5 is now correct.

English
1, 2, and 6 are correct. 4 will be correct when you fix a space. 3 and 5 need a bit more work.

Supportive learning environment
I used B and C with my grandkids when they were in their pre-K years. A combination of those two worked really well.

history
Yes, Bhagavad Gita.

history
And you think ... ??

Social Studies
Your 3rd and 4th answers are correct, too.

English
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/a+piece+of+the+action Read, read, read. Think.

HISTORY
Someone here will be happy to check what YOU THINK the answers are.

HISTORY
And you think ... ?

Business communication
What is your question?

business
examinations

English
You'd use the punctuation in 2 in American English. You'd use the punctuation in 3 in British English. Read the bold sentence and then the paragraph immediately beneath it here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/quotation.htm

English
Yes.

English
http://www.shmoop.com/life-of-frederick-douglass/writing-style.html

English
I agree with both of you for the second sentence (2? or 3?). For the first sentence, I think all Hayden needs to do is remove the comma after "nor" and the rest will be fine.

Help -Social Impact of Technology
Google is your friend! http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Leslie+White%E2%80%99s+formula,+E%3DP*T

verbal reasoning
Don't you think it's your turn now? You give it a try.

English
"The kids were polite" polite? That means what?

English
I think Madison must have been answering on a "smart" phone or something that has auto-correct (odd term, when that often makes more mistakes than the writer intends!), thus ending up with words other than "consoling." Proofreading before hitting Send or ...

Physics
Schools/teachers make new rules as time goes by!! Bubble-wrap is on the "not allowed" list at my granddaughter's school nowadays!

Physics
My granddaughter had this assignment recently, and she says it's about 50-50! That is, about half of her classmates who used straws ended up with broken eggs, but the other half didn't. ¯\_(?)_/¯

English
1. correct 2. almost correct 3. almost correct 4. incorrect 5. If you put a space after "brother," this will be correct. 6. correct

statistics
http://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability Jiskha doesn't have a statistics prof at present, but you may find lessons and methods of calculation in Khan Academy's statistics section.

statistics
http://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability Jiskha doesn't have a statistics prof at present, but you may find lessons and methods of calculation in Khan Academy's statistics section.

English
1. If you put a space after "table," this will be correct. 2. incorrect 3. correct 4. correct 5. correct 6. incorrect 7. correct 8. incorrect

Incredible
It's incredible to me that people still come on this website, day after day, and ask someone to give them all the answers. GIVE!! Why do people who claim to be students keep this up, when we publicize that we don't do this, that we ban people for this? I don't ...

English
Then three-part is correct. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/

English
How is your text defining "three-part"? And are you studying APA or MLA guidelines or what?

English
... requires a citation ... Please re-think.

English
Correct. That piece of information is common knowledge.

English
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/589/2/ Read this entire webpage carefully. Then let me know if you think the statement is true or false.

English
False is correct. That would be plagiarism, no matter how short or long the quotation is.

solar energy - incomplete
What following ... ?

Microbes and Society
Check out the phrasing in the various sections here: http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2013/champa_hail/classification.htm How will you correct that phrase?

MathHelp!!SOS!!
$550 x .07 =

African Oral Poetry
http://allpoetry.com/poem/8562839-Africa-by-David-Diop The tree is one. Remember that symbols are THINGS that represent an idea or feeling or concept. What does the author think the tree stands for? What else do you see in this poem?

Another cheater!
Students (inaccurate word) and others who come online to ask for answers or to give away answers to others are cheaters. Such people will be banned if they continue. Be careful.

English
"stressed syllables" just means that they are pronounced a bit more loudly (I'm putting them in CAPS) than the others. You need to read it all aloud in order to tell. I'll do one line, then you do the other. The SEA was as WET as WET could BE

History
... and if you think you're getting nowhere with online research, head for your nearest library (public, school, or college). Research librarians should become your best friends! They are trained to help people conduct research, from the simple to the complex. Yours is ...

History
I. This is background information to keep in mind as you choose what you'll write. [You might think about what happens in parts of the US today (or any other country) where there is a predominant language as well as other languages that are in widespread use. One such area...

History
All that is your assignment. What are YOUR questions about your assignment?

music appreciation
Google is your friend!! http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=Symphonie+fantastique

art
You need to go to answers.yahoo.com or openstudy.com or somewhere else. Then you can try to cheat to your heart's content.

art
Nope, sorry.

Art
Yes, 4 is correct for your last question.

What?
Please proofread and correct what you posted AND let us in on what your instructions are.

English
I doubt there are any since these are names for specific creatures.

Spanish
Well since neither 'joven' nor 'mujer' mean "man" there are only two others that you need to consider. Let us know what you decide.

English
on an actual event Do you have a definition of "folktale" that your sentence matches? If so, then you're fine. If not, be sure to check it out. http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=define+folktale

Research
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/research Let us know what you decide.

Art PLEASE HELP
A link to the painting is included in my reply above. I think Ioin is right, but I'm still waiting to see how those four choices are defined by his/her text.

Art PLEASE HELP
This one? http://www.toulouse-lautrec-foundation.org/The-Bar.jpg I have no idea how your teacher or text has defined the four choices or what you're supposed to be doing. Please explain more about each of the four choices.

ELA
??.) should take - Action verb -- ??? 1.) was early - Linking verb -- only one of these words is the linking verb 2.) appear - Linking verb -- right 4.) is - Linking verb -- right 5.) will build - Action verb -- right What about #3?

French
Is that your assignment? Not even a full sentence? No one here will do your assignments for you, but if you post what YOU WRITE, I'll send it to our French expert for her to check.

Participle or Verb
Did you ever figure it out? Be sure to check out the subject section and the verb section in the website Ms. Sue posted for you. If a verb has a subject, then it's a verb in a clause. If a verb has no subject, but is describing someone/something, then it's a participle.

Participle or Verb
Three of your answers are correct. Two are not.

SOCIAL STUDIES
Osiris (god of the dead in ancient Egypt)

English
No, sorry. Please study about subject-verb agreement before you try again.

English
John1 is correct.

language arts connection academy
You should check your text to be sure.

Outlook Schedule Question?
No one here knows, obviously, but you might find your answer in here somewhere: http://www.google.com/#q=microsoft+outlook+help+desk Remember -- Google is your friend!

LA
I have no idea since this seems to be specific to one particular school, but check out these search results to see what you should have found in your text: http://www.google.com/search?q=multi-draft+reading+process+for+poetry&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&espv=2&biw=1437&bih=716&...

Science
C, yes. Think about the meaning of the word "conserve" and it's very clear! =)

Science
I disagree.

@Jake
You are now banned because of your blatant cheating. Other students should take note! When we find students posting all the answers for any assignment, quiz, test, or whatever, those students will be banned from posting on this website.

LA
We have a policy on this website. When a student has 4 answer choices and he/she guesses wrong on 2 of them, we stop answering. After that, it's up to the student to figure it out between the 2 that are left. End of discussion.

LA
You will need to go with what YOU THINK now. No more replies from us since you have guessed all over the place! Do your best.

LA
You've made several guesses, but haven't said why for any of them. Please read it again carefully -- aloud would be best. No more guesses, please.

LA
I disagree. Nearly all poetry involves the use of our five senses. Which of the five senses is this poem reflecting?

LA
From this poem? ----------------- Fog BY CARL SANDBURG The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. ----------------- Which answer choice do YOU THINK this is referring to?

English
1. "come across" could mean things we -- see -- hear -- experience -- etc. 2. I think "over" works well here. Another might be "because of" or possibly "by means of." In 3-6, you need "benefit" (singular form) -- or omit "...

English
1. You would use "ourselves" only if the subject were "We" but since the subject here is "Most" then "themselves" is correct. 2. Yes, costs are what we PAY and benefits are the good things we RECEIVE from whatever the sentence is about. ...

Identity crisis!!
Hunter Cox / Jackson Welch / Kristie Dexter / Maddi Donald -- All posting from the same computer ... all not following directions on the Post a New Question page ... and all not getting help because of these things. Hmmm.

American Goverment
Ms. Sue has more patience than I do. Students who cannot at least read the links she posts (and this one gave you the answer, by the way), wouldn't get any more replies from me. And why didn't you try using www.google.com yourself first? Posting here takes longer than ...

English
"Like" is slang and is used only in informal speech. It's an extra word that's unneeded! But kids love it, and some can hardly speak without sprinkling it throughout their sentences! In your sentence above, it seems to mean, "For example..." To &...

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