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September 30, 2016

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Blatant cheating!
Be careful. Your teacher could be watching who posts on this website.
May 17, 2016

L.A.
That's your assignment. What don't you understand about these directions?
May 17, 2016

health
Look up each word/term here -- http://www.onelook.com -- and let us know what you decide.
May 17, 2016

history
http://www.google.com/search?q=map+arabian+peninsula&oq=map+arabian+peninsula&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i64.4603j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#q=landforms+in+the+arabian+peninsula
May 17, 2016

History
D is correct.
May 17, 2016

History
I'd say a and c. http://www.google.com/search?q=mesopotamia+dynasties&oq=mesopotamia+dynasties&aqs=chrome..69i57.5702j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 http://www.google.com/search?q=egypt+dynasties&oq=egypt+dynasties&aqs=chrome..69i57.3827j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 http://...
May 17, 2016

Language Arts
You're welcome!
May 17, 2016

Language Arts
Make a list of the different images that come into your mind as you read each of these works. Be sure you note the line numbers; that's how you'll refer to these lines in your paper -- by their line numbers. Once you've finished your lists, go back through them and...
May 17, 2016

career
No one here will do your assignment for you. To look up words and terms you are not 100% sure of, do this: 1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type define: innovative (or whatever word/term you need to know about) 3. Read, read, read, and take notes if necessary. 4. Re-search with the ...
May 17, 2016

dragon wings
I agree.
May 17, 2016

dragon wings
And you think ... ?
May 17, 2016

English
1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 are fine. In 3, the word "will" is not needed. Generally, "will" is used to indicate future actions, and "would" is used to indicate future possibilities. Here's more information about these two: http://grammar.ccc.commnet....
May 17, 2016

English
You're very welcome!
May 17, 2016

English
Both are correct. Perhaps sentence 1 is a tiny bit better since a person needs to get to the 2nd floor before he/she can find section D.
May 17, 2016

English
Your interpretations of these sentences are correct. You could omit 'your car' each time since that is implied in the word 'driving.' I'd also add 'please' after each comma.
May 17, 2016

English
I think 1 and 2 are closest; 3 is a bit awkward. And, yes, 5 and 7 are far better than 4 and 6.
May 17, 2016

English
All are fine and mean the same thing, yes. There's a typo in 6, though, that needs correcting.
May 17, 2016

English
1 through 3 are fine. If you use 'harm' in 4, that sentence will be correct, too.
May 17, 2016

English
1 through 4 are all correct. 5 and 6 have errors in the tense of the second verb.
May 17, 2016

business studies
That's your assignment. What don't you understand about it?
May 17, 2016

ECED
I would use only 1 -- no digital cameras in the hands of children!! BUT ... what does your text say?
May 17, 2016

ELA
You won't figure out what to write about by spending time here. You must find answers to those questions, and then turn each set of answers into a paragraph. When you finish you'll have 3 paragraphs. Use www.google.com to find the facts you need in order to answer ...
May 16, 2016

ELA
What is it? How is one educated for that field? What do these jobs entail? -------- Be sure to use www.google.com to search for specific answers to those questions.
May 16, 2016

english
I don't think I understand your question. Are you supposed to identify the verb in the sentence you typed? English verbs fall into two categories, yes: action verbs and linking verbs (forms of "to be" and a few others). http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/verb.htm
May 16, 2016

language arts
A is correct.
May 16, 2016

English
That's your assignment. What don't you understand about these instructions?
May 16, 2016

Reading
B is correct, yes.
May 16, 2016

Reading
D is incorrect. Look up the word here: http://www.dictionary.com or http://www.thesaurus.com
May 16, 2016

L.A. Urgent
See Related Questions below.
May 16, 2016

South Carolina history
I don't know, but maybe others will. In the meantime, you should use Google if these things are not explained well in your text. http://motto.time.com/4116259/google-search/
May 16, 2016

English
Yes, use the present tense throughout the sentence.
May 16, 2016

English
Both are the same, and both are correct.
May 16, 2016

English
Yes, either "check out" or "borrow" will work fine. You could also use "get" here.
May 16, 2016

English
2 and 3 mean about the same thing as 1.
May 16, 2016

English
All are commonly used, but they don't all mean exactly the same thing. Close, but not exactly! 2 and 3 are the closest in meaning.
May 16, 2016

Spelling
Go to http://www.onelook.com Type each word, press the Enter key, and read everything in the RIGHT hand column. EVERYTHING!! Write your sentences. If you want someone here to check your work, post them here.
May 16, 2016

English
Each pair is the same, yes. They are both in simple future; the only difference is that one is phrased with a contraction (won't) and the other is spelled out (will not).
May 15, 2016

ela please help me
No idea. Is this about Walk Two Moons? I've never read that, but something in here may help you: http://www.google.com/search?q=walk+two+moons&oq=walk+two+moons&aqs=chrome..69i57.3304j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
May 15, 2016

Life orientation
You write it up, and someone here will check it for you.
May 15, 2016

Grammar
"with" is not a verb http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/verb.htm
May 15, 2016

Grammar
And one more!! has
May 15, 2016

Medical Transcription Editing
There are more: had denied vomiting - used as a gerund here, not as a verb with a subject. Did you go through the linked webpage I sent you above?
May 15, 2016

Medical Transcription Editing
lulu is incorrect. suffered = correct is causing = the whole verb (auxiliary + main verb)
May 15, 2016

Informaton Technology
Use these to search for terms: http://www.webopedia.com/ and http://www.google.com
May 14, 2016

English assignment
Go to www.google.com Type taboos in 21st century
May 14, 2016

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/capitals.htm I would use #1, because to me it automatically implies the US Supreme Court. But if it's referring to another country's high court or supreme court, I'd leave the capitals off unless I included the specific name ...
May 14, 2016

English
I'd use 1 and 2. 3 is okay, but with an unneeded "the" in it. 4 seems redundant. Since "expiration date has passed" implies the food is not good, "spoiled food" is not needed.
May 14, 2016

Statistics Mean and Median Question
Or maybe you don't know how to find the mean? Study this: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/meanmode.htm
May 13, 2016

L.A.
If it tells a story, then it's narrative. If it's describing something in detail (usually with praise or at least expressing emotions about it), then it's lyric. http://www.google.com/search?q=define%3A+lyric+poem&oq=define%3A+lyric+poem&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58....
May 13, 2016

World History HELP
Right
May 13, 2016

World History HELP
Which choice indicates something was "worthy of passing along"?
May 13, 2016

Math
When a math tutor comes online, he/she will help. Patience!
May 13, 2016

Math
When a math tutor comes online, he/she will help. Patience!
May 13, 2016

Language Arts PLEASE HELP!
All objects (direct object, indirect object, object of preposition) MUST be either nouns or pronouns. What part of speech is "will"? What part of speech is "Steve"?
May 13, 2016

Language Arts PLEASE HELP!
If that's not clear, try these: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/objects.htm Scroll down and read the Direct and Indirect Objects section. and http://teachro.publiccomputingservices.org/grammarpractice/nouns/indob.htm
May 13, 2016

Language Arts PLEASE HELP!
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Click on Indirect Object here and read thoroughly. Then rethink.
May 13, 2016

L.A.
" ... your help!" You're welcome!
May 13, 2016

L.A.
Yes -- being sad and "repining" mean the same thing. =)
May 13, 2016

L.A.
There is another word in line 1 that should tell you what needs to cease. If you're not clear on the meaning of "cease," be sure to look it up! http://www.dictionary.com (There is also some indication in line 2 of what "repining" means.)
May 13, 2016

Language Arts
Metrical feet in poetry: http://study.com/academy/lesson/metrical-feet-characteristics-lesson-quiz.html http://www.poetryfoundation.org/resources/learning/glossary-terms/detail/foot Click on links for specific terms, such as names of the different "feet" http://en....
May 12, 2016

Language Arts
There are a couple of ways. 1. The dictionary will usually tell you. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/infinitive Notice in the section in brackets, the syllables are separated and the stressed syllable is in bold. You can also click on the little speaker icon to hear the word ...
May 12, 2016

English
1 is closest to 2. 4 is closest to 6. 8 is closest to 9.
May 12, 2016

English
1 and 2 -- not necessarily the same meaning. 3 and 4 -- very similar, but not identical. 5 means almost the same thing as 6, but not quite. 7 is very different! 7 is about giving permission.
May 12, 2016

Language Arts
All are correct. Congrats!
May 12, 2016

Cheating
I have absolutely no idea ... and giving you answers would be cheating, anyway!! Do not cheat!
May 12, 2016

English
In the US, "will" and "shall" seem to be pretty much interchangeable; "will" is used more often than "shall," however. In British English, there's a distinction: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/auxiliary.htm#shall
May 12, 2016

English
1 and 2 -- Yes both are correct, but 2 is more often used. 3 means not to write on the OUTSIDE of the book. 4 means not to write on the pages INSIDE the book.
May 12, 2016

English
All are correct.
May 11, 2016

english
The new sentence is correct if you put a period at the end of it.
May 11, 2016

English
I'd use #3 only. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mealtime
May 11, 2016

English
5. OK 6. OK 7. Hold this pose; then return your leg to the ground and your arms to the sides. [The word "then" is not a coordinating conjunction (one of the FANBOYS). It's a subordinating conjunction, and therefore needs different punctuation.] http://www....
May 11, 2016

English
... with semicolons.
May 11, 2016

English
1 is not correct because "then" is not a coordinating conjunction. See your other post.
May 11, 2016

English
2 and 3 are correct.
May 11, 2016

English
Your identification of the infinitive phrase is correct, but it's not being used as an adjective. The word immediately before the infinitive phrase (enough) is what part of speech. What kinds of words or phrases can modify this? http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/...
May 11, 2016

English 12
I think you mean Yeats' poems... Yes, "The Second Coming"
May 9, 2016

English
You're welcome!
May 8, 2016

English
Yes, A.
May 8, 2016

English
Yes, then B is correct for 5. What did you decide for 2?
May 8, 2016

English
Read about comma use #2 on that webpage I linked above, and then re-think your answer for your question 2. In other words, read about commas in compound sentences. And for question 5, either B or D would be correct if they are identical.
May 8, 2016

English
1. yes 2. no 3. yes 4. yes 5. What's the difference between B and D? http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm See comma use #2 for question 2.
May 8, 2016

English
No doubt!! D!
May 8, 2016

English
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1462636403 That's your second guess on this question. Be sure you don't post about this again.
May 7, 2016

English
You know, these are "surface level" questions you're asking about. If you have actually read these stories, you should have no trouble answering them. Have you read this? http://www.duluthhigh.org/userfiles/files/Old%20Man%20of%20the%20Temple.pdf
May 7, 2016

English
Have you read the book? The primary conflict in any book or story or play is usually set up early, often very soon after the setting is complete. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plot_(narrative)#Freytag_on_plot Read here about the elements of a plot.
May 7, 2016

English
Sorry -- I missed your answers when I read your first post. It's better for this tutor's old eyes if you mark each answer with its question -- maybe by using *** or <~~ or something! 1. yes 2. no 3. no 4. yes (and I think you mean "studied") 5. no Pronouns...
May 7, 2016

English
I don't see any answers.
May 7, 2016

English
I agree.
May 7, 2016

English
Your second post is correct. It is much better to use "toward" rather than "into," yes. Nice job!
May 7, 2016

English
45-degree angle Everything else is fine.
May 7, 2016

Criminal Investigation
In addition, this webpage shows you excellent methods for making online searches more effective. http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html
May 7, 2016

Criminal Investigation
I'm not studying your course and have no access to your text. It sounds as if you need to do some searching online. 1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in safety precautions when searching for booby trap (or whatever search terms you need). Press ...
May 7, 2016

Criminal Investigation
Those are your assignment questions. What are your questions about this assignment?
May 7, 2016

English
No, neither A nor C for #2. Remember that "stock characters" are like background or props. The writer wants the focus to be on the action, not those people/things in the background. That's your second wrong guess for this question. Think carefully, and don't ...
May 7, 2016

English
1. yes 2. no 3. I don't know 4. yes 5. yes
May 7, 2016

Social Studies
Read everything you can about each of these people. Then let us know what you decide. http://www.google.com/search?q=sojourner+truth&oq=sojourner+truth&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.2839j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 http://www.google.com/search?q=Henry+David+Thoreau&oq=Henry+David+...
May 7, 2016

Education technology
Ask yourself this question: Which of those four do people pay money for? The one that people DON'T pay for is theft of intellectual property.
May 6, 2016

Education technology
Be sure to look up words you are not 100% sure of. In this case, I think you didn't know the meaning of "tangible." =( http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tangible See the second definition here.
May 6, 2016

English
Yes, now they're correct. You can also say she boarded the bus.
May 6, 2016

English
If you change "get" to "got" in #3, all will be correct.
May 6, 2016

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