http://www.google.com/search?q=house+rules+committee&oq=house+rules+committee&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.3401j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read, read, read ...
You write your essay and someone here will check it over for you. No one, however, will write your essay for you. If you are unsure of the meanings/usage of any or all of these words, use any of these to be sure: http://www.dictionary.com http://www.answers.com
Do you know who Gilgamesh was? Are you supposed to draw and color an image of what YOU THINK he looked like? http://www.google.com/search?q=gilgamesh&oq=gilgamesh&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.2093j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
http://www.google.com/#q='the+Big+Story'+by+John+Escott There may be something in here, but if the book is still under copyright, it'll be mostly sales websites. However, some of those sales sites have pretty good summaries. Read, read, read. =)
adequate time for all employees is in favour of this new practice policy
Yes, you can omit "that." With or without that word, the sentence will be fine. You are correct about the subjects. Remember, though, that "I" (in "I'm") is the subject of the subordinate clause, not the main clause.
In that sentence, "get" means about the same as "send for" or "call."
There is no conditional clause in here: I'm going to Australia for my holiday. I can speak English pretty well and i could practise it while I was there. Check out the explanations and examples here, and then repost when you're ready. http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/g...
key boarding and word processing
MLA - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Read ALL of the section called Paper Format here. APA - https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ Read about Title Page here. Chicago/Turabian - http://homeworktips.about.com/od/apastyle/ss/Title-Page-Formats_...
key boarding and word processing
What guidelines are you using? MLA? APA? Chicago/Turabian?
http://www.google.com/search?q=why+nations+form+alliances&oq=why+nations+form+alliances&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.4460j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read, read, read, and take good notes. Let us know what you decide.
I think that's right, but I'm not sure. Another tutor may have more knowledge about this.
Then I agree with you -- it's D.
What is a "bright-line" decision? How does your text define this unusual term?
What are your choices? What do you think?
1. Most likely, material greed. Conquerors are almost never generous! 2. Conquerors cannot be confident of the "loyalty" of the conquered ... witness Alexander the Great's empire and the Roman empire. 3. Did the Mongols care about what happened to the cities and ...
I don't know. You should look it up and see if it's described as a story or novel. That means it's fiction. 1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in joyce hannam curse mummy (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different...
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How does your text define those terms? That's the key.
A better link: http://www.answers.com/topic/co-opt
1) In one of the sources I came across the phrase "the nobility was coopted from the military". Does "co-opted" here mean "drawn, incorporated from"? (the source is a transltion from Polish into English) http://www.answers.com/coopt <~~Read thr...
PS -- Be sure you notice the difference between brackets [ and ] and parentheses ( and )
You'd need to leave the author's name as it is in his/her original language, but you can do this with the title: You may include an English translation of a foreign language title in brackets, outside of the quotations that surround the untranslated title. Smith, John,...
Since Jiskha doesn't have a biology expert at this time, please try posting your questions at this site. http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/
Are you sure you should be begging for help on a midterm? Tests are supposed to indicate what YOU have learned, not what you have asked others to solve for you. =(
I'd say A, B, and C.
I can't think of any!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romeo_and_juliet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Machine_Stops
Suggestions: 1) The relevance of the present study is prompted by ... (Yes, "relevance" is better; also, it's better to leave out "the fact that".) 2) These processes are examined in the works of J.White and B.Brown ... (Present tense is better. "i...
... but don't expect someone here to do your entire assignment for you. =(
Comp and communication
I think the point is that YOU WRITE 200 WORDS (probably about 2 paragraphs) in which you address these elements of a piece of writing. purpose = why are you writing this? audience = for whom are you writing? tone = what is your attitude toward your subject? content = if you ha...
asking for a teacher's opinion
I always used exam grades as the basis of rounding-up or rounding-down decisions! And if a student had done progressively BETTER as the term went on, I'd round up, but if the student's grades were erratic (no pattern of upwards motion), then I'd round down. JMHO.
leaves (plural) were shaken (plural) Yes, that's correct.
"leaves" = plural <~~How will that affect the verb choice. "shaken" is correct, but "was" isn't.
Yes, your interpretation of the two sentences is correct. =)
"men and boys" makes up an appositive and is detailing what is meant by "us." This sentence and both sentences in Q2 mean the same thing.
I guess "That" is referring to the age of the other person. The second sentence is not well done, though. It should be this: He was only one year older than I am now. (... or something like that)
Take those extra spaces out, and it'll be fine. "Here's a hard one," taunted Wilma.
Yes, right! =)
2 and 3 are correct now. Re-think #1.
Use these relationships to correct yourself: 1. A doctor uses a stethoscope; a ____ uses a ___. 2. Cubism is a type of art; ___ is a type of ___. 3. "Oneness" means "unity"; ___ means ___.
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"clutter scattered" = redundant, wordy "that idea" = what idea??? "One roommate might see nothing wrong with placing dirty dishes in the sink and leaving those there all night" -- How can you say this concept in fewer words.
And you think the correct answers are ... ?
I don't think I've ever known the order in which Carter entered the different rooms. What does your textbook say?
Climax and Story Plots (ASAP)
Read carefully, and study the diagram. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plot_(narrative)
history,geography,life science,maths or maths lit
While you are STUDYING those subjects?? No.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/internal+conflict and http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/external+conflict Let us know what you see in this passage; I see both types. ~~~~~~~~~~~ You could also read through these: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internal_conflict and h...
Have you read this? If so, you should be able to answer the question easily ... no deep thinking needed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Alchemist_(novel)
The Eleven ... ? Or is it a different name? In this sentence alone, it's not clear whether 'longest' means time or distance. Do you have the whole paragraph it is in?
Apparently, it can be whatever you want it to be! http://www.google.com/search?q=concept+map+template&espv=210&es_sm=119&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=PqqgUtGDPeWU2gXe7oGIAw&ved=0CCwQsAQ&biw=1440&bih=711
"Anonymous" is right. In that sentence, "takes" refers to the length of time.
You mean tourists, right? Not just one?? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Augustine,_Florida " ... the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement and port in the continental United States."
Science help (just 4 questions)
Are "Princess Anna" and "Miley23" having an identity crisis or something? Identical IP address for both. =(
ss. home work
http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0000-0099/0039/Sections/0039.201.html Let us know what you think.
In a way. But please read this and notice how they're different. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/540/01/
Council = noun took = verb a = article look = noun round = preposition the = article court = noun for = preposition a = article moment = noun http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm
Pure maths,life sciences and geography
Try here to search out different careers: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/ You can use the search box (top right) or go through the related Occupation Groups down the left side.
introduction to health care
You'll have to go into your study materials for this one. Your text is obviously using terminology that is not commonly known among the rest of us. If you can tell me how each of those four terms are defined in your text, I might be able to help you figure out if d is corr...
English 3 - very incomplete
1. Have you learned how to use search engines effectively? 2. Who decides what "most important" is? 3. During what "time"?
wa academy workbook
Why are you posting this again? If someone knows, he or she will reply. If not, then ... not.
There are no tutors here who have expertise in this subject area. Please use your textbook, study materials, and a good search engine or two to find your answers. 1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in icd codes (or whatever search terms you need). Pr...
http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=bermuda+triangle&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C44&as_sdtp= Read, read, read until you find what you want.
Read, read, read. http://www.bing.com/search?q=skeleton+event+2014+olympics&go=&qs=n&form=QBLH&pq=skeleton+event+2014+olympics&sc=0-0&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=6d037fbadb414c0c8bc1a144b11c80b6
#2 is incorrect; the others are fine. We need "hope for," yes. It's better to leave "that" in the sentence (4 and 5), but if you omit it, the sentence will still be understood.
All are correct, and all mean the same thing. The race cannot be run ... The race cannot occur ...
Absolutely! All those questions are "surface level" questions ... no deep thinking needed! If you had actually read the story/book, you'd have had no trouble answering any of them. If you or your parents are paying for this course, you're cheating yourself. =(
You really ought to make use of www.google.com or www.bing.com. Often, you can find full texts online ... or in this case, you can find the whole movie!! http://www.google.com/search?q=the+cay&oq=the+cay&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61j0l4.1276j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=122&i...
#1 reads as if Ann got the best present or something tangible. Do you have context for this sentence? The whole paragraph would be good.
He could be either one, depending on the context. Do you have this sentence in a whole paragraph?
Both are fine, and they mean the same thing.
No ... only #s 1, 4, and 5 would be correctly used.
"minus two hundred seventy-three point fifteen degrees Celsius"
"can" is a verb. "also" is an adverb. "who" is a pronoun. What's left??
Language Arts 7 A Unit 4: Who Can We Really Coun
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Language Arts 7 A Unit 4: Who Can We Really Coun
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Once you have written this, please post it, and someone here will check your work for you.
The introductory "there" is not the subject; "reason" is. So which comes first in word order in this sentence?
Geography nd physical
Of course, but be sure to improve your ability to write in standard English.
To whom does "their" refer? If you think it refers to "people," then there's one set of meanings. But if you think it refers to "society," there's a whole slew of different possibilities. What do you think?
The arcane abbreviation for your course title is NOT your subject area. Also ... no one here has read your text. Only you can answer this question.
Survey of Economics
"There is no free lunch" = someone pays for it somewhere along the line! Taxpayers? Private entity (charity, business, etc.)? Someone ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_ain't_no_such_thing_as_a_free_lunch
The verb should be "were" (plural form). For word substitutions, be sure to check out the thesaurus: http://www.thesaurus.com
looking for a short way to Asia looking for gold and riches
weird strange ridiculous outrageous nonsensical