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December 20, 2014

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English; Punctuation
No comma is needed before 'pureNRG' and no, you don't need any quotation marks around that. It's a band's name ... not a title of a story or book or artwork.
September 2, 2014

No correct English
Here’s the way this website works: You post a question you have about your assignment, and then tell us what you think about it all so far. Then we can tell what help you need and work with you on your answers. Please write in understandable English if you truly want help...
September 2, 2014

English
3. a. The instructor grabbed her coat, while running out of the room wondered why the substitute late. There's a word missing in here. Read it aloud, and you should figure it out! 5. a. In my previous job, I was given the sales of excellence award for selling the most ...
September 2, 2014

Geography
Read, read, read ... and take good notes. http://www.google.com/search?q=landforms+and+plate+boundaries&oq=landforms+and+plate+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l2.9043j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
September 2, 2014

English
Q: What can you do for the school? 1. I can clean the floor of my classroom. 2. I can clean the floor in the hallway outside of my classroom. 3. I can clean the stairs with a mop. 4. I can pick up trash around the flower beds and on the playing field. 5. Our team can win first...
September 2, 2014

English
"1. I was in prison for seven years," said Mr. Easton. "What for?" asked Miss Fairchild. Mr. Easton answered, " Actually, I made fake money and was arrested by the police officer." "Really? What a pity!" said Miss Fairchild. The ...
September 2, 2014

???
What is this? Math? Physics? What?
September 2, 2014

AP English 11
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1409508105
August 31, 2014

English 11 AP
Carrot = reward No carrot = punishment Follow the instances of "as" -- not "as if."
August 31, 2014

English 11 AP
"As if" is not, but "as" (used twice in this sentence) is an indicator of a simile. What are the comparisons made?
August 31, 2014

???
You're more likely to get help sooner if you FOLLOW DIRECTIONS and put the subject in the School Subject box. In this case, you should put one of these, and the more specific, the better: Math Algebra 1 (or whatever the NAME of the class is that you're taking)
August 31, 2014

American Constutional Law
http://www.aclu.org/technology-and-liberty/your-right-privacy http://www.google.com/search?q=Right+to+grand+jury+indictment+in+capital+cases&oq=Right+to+grand+jury+indictment+in+capital+cases&aqs=chrome..69i57.1413j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
August 31, 2014

English
http://www.pinkmonkey.com/electricdesk/elec-desk.asp
August 31, 2014

medical billing and coding
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 cpt codes (or whatever search terms you need). ...
August 30, 2014

Geography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rift_Valley_lakes Which ones? Once you decide which ones you're referring to, please list what YOU THINK, and someone here will check your work.
August 30, 2014

English
Best wishes, All the best, Yours, ... and lots of others. http://www.writeexpress.com/letterclosings.html
August 29, 2014

English
#1 and #2 are different. Letters are written on pieces of paper and then put in envelopes for mailing. http://www.google.com/search?q=letter+and+envelope&es_sm=119&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=wUgBVLKIG-30iwLnyICwDg&ved=0CC8QsAQ&biw=1440&bih=707 Postcards are heavier ...
August 29, 2014

Grade 12 english
You should make two lists, one for the Dream speech and one for the Inauguration speech. On each one, start by listing all the similarities you've already found. Yes ... you'll be repeating yourself! Then list any other devices you find in each speech and take note of ...
August 29, 2014

Please check my answers ASAP
Here's one way to tell if there's an indirect object in a sentence: Mr. Garcia has told Rita everything about his trip. Mr. Garcia = subject has told = verb Rita = indirect object everything = direct object about his trip = prepositional phrase. BUT ... Mr. Garcia ...
August 29, 2014

Please check my answers ASAP
Oh, sorry ... my mistake. Your original answer for 8 is correct. Rita is the indirect obj. However, your answer for 7 is incorrect. Be sure to read through the explanation of indirect object in that link I posted. Then let me know what you think about 3 and 7.
August 29, 2014

Please check my answers ASAP
YW !! =)
August 29, 2014

Please check my answers ASAP
3 and 8 are incorrect. http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-lesson-direct-indirect-object.php#.VACLL2SwLgI
August 29, 2014

History
You're welcome. Ms. Sue will be online soon, and she will be able to tell you if you've missed any places where colonies or settlements were established.
August 29, 2014

History
I think you've included all the original settlements for each, but I'd reconsider some of the phrasing, especially because the settlements were not in either England or France!: The earliest English settlements were in Virginia and Massachusetts, but soon there were ...
August 29, 2014

sanskrit
Start your searches here, entering your search terms in Sanskrit: http://www.google.com/?hl=sa&gws_rd=ssl
August 29, 2014

sanskrit
Start your searches here: http://www.google.com/?hl=sa&gws_rd=ssl
August 29, 2014

English
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/pastperfect.html It's a part of the sequence of tenses. Because the changes took place before the main verb ("went"), past perfect ("had taken place") is needed.
August 29, 2014

Math?
What?
August 28, 2014

History
http://www.google.com/search?q=Folsom+kill+site+where+bison+remains&oq=Folsom+kill+site+where+bison+remains&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.4677j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read, read, read ...
August 28, 2014

History
You're welcome. =)
August 28, 2014

History
The railroads created lots of new ways to transport people and goods as well. Be sure to look up the history of railroads in the US.
August 28, 2014

History
The first phrase doesn't fit. "In suburban areas" ... and they they discuss cities. Please ask your instructor what all this mish-mash means.
August 28, 2014

History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pensacola_Dam Read carefully.
August 28, 2014

ENGLISH
No one here will read and correct entire papers. However ... Please go over your paper with the following in mind. Thanks to PsyDAG for the following: In the future, if nobody is available to proofread your work, you can do this yourself. After writing your material, put it ...
August 28, 2014

Educational Tech.
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/passive.htm
August 27, 2014

Educational Tech.
No.
August 27, 2014

Literature -- unclear
Are you supposed to prepare for a debate? Write an essay? Or what? Remember, no one here will do your work for you.
August 27, 2014

Drama
First of all, what is your definition of "postmodern drama"?
August 27, 2014

English
It reads as if he said those words and then smiled.
August 27, 2014

Grammar - unclear
Are you supposed to rewrite those sentences using the proper forms of the words in parentheses? Or are you supposed to identify the words in CAPS? Or what? Please post what your instructions are AND include what YOU THINK the answers/rewritten sentences should be.
August 26, 2014

English
Read lots: http://www.spotlightonpoverty.org/characteristics_of_poverty.aspx http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty http://www.google.com/search?q=poverty+traits&oq=poverty+traits&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.2999j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8#q=characteristics+of+poverty&revid=...
August 26, 2014

english
None of them is. However, if the last sentence includes "don't" instead of "dont" then it'll be correct.
August 26, 2014

ias
today
August 26, 2014

Enlish Grammar, please help me
Also ... Rather than using the slash mark between the two people's names, you need to use "and" because they are two separate people, not two names for the same person.
August 26, 2014

Story Question
Copy and paste one of the sentences into Google's search bar, and see what shows up. If the search results shoe the sentence all together and names a title, you'll have your answer.
August 25, 2014

English
Again, depending on context ... they could mean the same thing, or they could mean different things. Don't pick on me = Don't keep finding fault with me or Don't bully me. Don't bother me = Don't interrupt me or Don't talk to me when I'm trying to ...
August 25, 2014

English
#2 is suitable for that particular answer. Other answers for #1 could be these: He was grouchy. He was very pleasant to be around. He was quite active in the swimming club. He was a very loving grandfather. (and on and on!!)
August 25, 2014

English
All are correct, but I prefer #2 and #4.
August 25, 2014

English
It could be either one, depending on the context. For example, if he were hiking a steep trail with a group of friends, he probably rested for a short time -- so he wouldn't be left behind and lose track of the others. OR ... he could have been ill and needed to rest as ...
August 25, 2014

English
1 and 2 are best, but 3 is not really incorrect. 7, 8, and 10 are correct.
August 25, 2014

English
2 is the active voice of 1, yes. 3 and 4 are the passive and active pair. 5 is setting up a different set of actions.
August 25, 2014

English
I'd change 'met' to 'saw' in 3 and 4. Then they'd all mean close to the same thing.
August 25, 2014

English
All mean about the same thing, yes. 'A while' is indefinite, but usually implies a long time.
August 25, 2014

English
1, 3, 4 (with a capital H at the beginning), 5, and 6 are correct.
August 25, 2014

English
All are fine.
August 25, 2014

English
None is correct. The verb needs to be 'does' because its subject is 'band,' which is singular.
August 25, 2014

Research
Very familiar!!
August 23, 2014

◦teaching in early chldhood programs
Objectives are to address what the children are expected to learn and demonstrate, not the teacher.
August 23, 2014

teaching in early chldhood programs
PS - It's not C.
August 23, 2014

teaching in early chldhood programs
Which of the choices is the only one that is negative?
August 23, 2014

Mathematics
I don't know. Maybe the sister of y??
August 23, 2014

English
All are OK, yes. #s 2 and 4 are probably most accurate, but all four sentences work just fine.
August 23, 2014

English
2 is best. 1 is okay, too. 3 and 4 have repetitions in them ("on") and wouldn't be used in normal conversations.
August 23, 2014

English
It refers to his embarrassment.
August 22, 2014

English
1 - 5 are all fine. 1 means taking you to serve your prison sentence. 2 means taking you to some prison somewhere, but it's not clear if it's to visit or serve a sentence. 3 means taking you to the only prison in the area, but it's not clear ...
August 22, 2014

English
1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, and 10 are all fine. The others are not used. It = impersonal reference.
August 22, 2014

Social Studies
3 is C ... yes!
August 22, 2014

Social Studies
1 and 2 are correct. 3 is not.
August 22, 2014

Social Studies
Someone here will be happy to check YOUR thinking on these.
August 22, 2014

English
Yes. The first two are statements. The second two are commands.
August 22, 2014

History
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel
August 21, 2014

phi 208 - incomplete
???
August 21, 2014

Oral Communications
A little story about an incident in your childhood that led you to decide to ... [whatever your main goal in life is now].
August 21, 2014

phi 208 ethical and moral reasoning
Who is Robinson?
August 21, 2014

phi 208 ethical and moral reasoning
Again ... who is Robinson?
August 21, 2014

English
Yes
August 21, 2014

history
Which ones? http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-tribelist.html
August 21, 2014

Vocabulary
You can HOPE anything you want. How would you PLAN for such a condition to be true and then carry out the plan?
August 21, 2014

Literature
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1408566811
August 20, 2014

Literature
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1408542036 Raj Patel tried this earlier, but apparently didn't want to understand what I wrote.
August 20, 2014

English
First of all, you need to let us know what YOU THINK it means. What do you think "the other" means? That's where you have to start.
August 20, 2014

Computer
"source trait? <~~?? Print or online? News article? Scholarly journal article? What??
August 20, 2014

English
You write it and we'll critique it for you. We will NOT, however, write your assignments for you.
August 20, 2014

English
http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Party-Invitation http://www.invitationconsultants.com/sw-birthday.aspx http://community.sparknotes.com/2011/11/03/how-to-write-a-great-party-invitation Let us know what you come up with! This sounds like a really fun assignment!
August 20, 2014

Geometry
Not geography or geothermal science or ...
August 20, 2014

billing/coding
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/riskmanagement.asp http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/risk-management.html Let us know what you decide.
August 20, 2014

health
Stop eating.
August 20, 2014

No question here
???
August 20, 2014

No question here
??
August 20, 2014

english
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/slovenly+person
August 19, 2014

Language Arts
I've never read the story. If you have read it, you should know, though. C sounds reasonable, but you'd have to read the story to know for sure.
August 19, 2014

WolfeMaster
This is not a website for you to post your quizzes and expect all the right answers. And we are not kidding.
August 19, 2014

english
You're welcome. Which one did you decide on?
August 19, 2014

english
Did you learn what the differences are in the uses of comparative adjectives and superlative adjectives? comparative - comparing 2 (not 3 or 4, but exactly 2) superlative - comparing 3 or more
August 19, 2014

english
No. Be sure to read up on the uses of comparative and superlative adjectives: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adjectives.htm#comparative
August 19, 2014

english
No. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adjectives.htm#comparative
August 19, 2014

english
http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/personification.html Can you identify the personification throughout this short poem?
August 19, 2014

english
This is a very straightforward poem. What don't you understand about it? http://izquotes.com/quote/375643
August 19, 2014

english
Read, read, read ... http://www.google.com/search?q=i+have+measured+out+my+life+with+coffee+spoons+meaning&oq=%22I+Have+measured+out+my+life+with+coffee+spoons%22&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l5.5330j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
August 19, 2014

English
The first part should be obvious. Are you clear on the meaning of " merit"? http://www.answers.com/merit
August 19, 2014

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