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April 18, 2014

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Art
1 and 2.

English
Sentence 1 needs to be divided into two or three sentences. It's far too long for one sentence. In sentence 3, I'd change "impacts upon" to "negatively affects" ... In sentence 4, I'd remove the quotation marks around the word Coketown.

LANGUAGE ARTS
=)

LANGUAGE ARTS
Yes, now those are right.

LANGUAGE ARTS
1 = not A 4 = not B 5 = C I don't know about the others. It looks as if you need to go back and re-study things!!

Technology
=)

Technology
Probably A or C.

english
Good to know! =)

language arts
Why did you post this more than once. Double posts waste time. =(

ela 9
I have no idea. What are you writing about? What are you asserting about that story? What is your thesis statement? Have you written an outline? ------------------------ DON'T start any paper's first draft by writing the introduction or any part of it! How can you intr...

language arts
Challenging ... yes!

language arts
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/participle.htm Study this and let me know.

language arts
1. B = correct 2. A = probably not correct 3. I don't know. 4. B = incorrect

English
If you refer to it as "a paper," the assumption will be that it's blank. If you want to be specific (which is always a good idea!), then you should indicate what the paper is -- that is, what it has on it. In this case, you should call it "a sketch by Picass...

English
Yes, but if it's in a safe, it's probably not a blank piece of paper! It undoubtedly has legal or financial information on it; otherwise, there'd be no reason to keep it in a safe.

English
Yes, you need "a" before "paper." The paper could be some kind of certificate (birth certificate, death certificate, stock certificate, etc.) or perhaps a will or some other type of legal document.

English
All mean the same thing, but #4 is not used.

English
All except 2 are correct.

medical transcription
I'd put a hyphen between the last two words, since you want them to act together as an adjective. http://www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/hyphens_in_compound_adjectives.htm ... alcohol-related.

Spelling
http://www.pantheon.org/articles/m/midas.html Let us know.

Marketing
I would think just the title -- Mother Earth News -- would be powerful enough to use to draw in potential green-product advertisers! How can the potential advertiser benefit "Mother Earth"?

Marketing
You create it, and someone here will be happy to critique it for you.

Boston question: Serious question, not a joke
And two separate riots with accompanying deaths and destruction in Los Angeles over time: 1965 (Watts RIots) and 1992 (LA Riots), along with similar upheavals in other cities in the US.

to ALison (planets)
How sad that you are not doing your own research and learning to think for yourselves. Did you even read any of the linked articles Ms Sue posted? Do you ever check out any of the references (linked or not) at the bottom of just about every Wikipedia page? Or will you always b...

English - help
It's either B or C. Read it over several times and see if you do or don't change your mind.

Clarifying Vague Pronouns
"These" refers to what? The computers or the games??

English
I disagree with Helen on both her answers.

English
I disagree with both your answers. Please reread and reTHINK.

English
Here's one interpretation of Donne's sonnet: http://www.shmoop.com/death-be-not-proud-holy-sonnet-10/summary.html You marked answer #2 in your first post. Is that still what you'd answer? Here's a modern-English translation of Shakespeare's Sonnet 116: http...

English
Please repost ONLY the ones you truly have questions about. No one here is going to check your entire test for you, nor write responses for the last four.

History
Remember that one of the issues that brought about the American Revolution was taxation without representation and all the things that King George III did or didn't do, as he wished. The colonists who fought for independence from England wanted to be governed by their own ...

visual arts (pls help)
Start with these: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coco_Chanel and http://www.biography.com/people/coco-chanel-9244165 Be sure to check out reference links, too. Let us know what you come up with.

English
All are correct.

English
In the answer for Q4, the second verb needs to be "swims." All the rest is correct.

English
All are correct.

SENTENCE SKILLS
Both are right.

English
I agree with all four of your answers.

English: please look. I put my answers.
Incorrect: 5, 6, 7. The others are correct.

English: Please help
Then read up! Follow the directions I gave you earlier today: Use any of these to look up 1) each of the other terms and 2) each of the other authors/titles. Let us know what you decide after you've done your research. http://www.google.com http://www.bing.com http://en.wi...

English: Please help
Why are you guessing? Have you studied your text? Have you read about each of those authors to make sure?

English 11 A
I agree with you on 4 and 5. (I thought this was English 10A! And I thought your screen name was Cassie!!)

English
I can't read stuff like this ... scrolling up and down, up and down. Indicate your answer WITH each question by using (X), and then maybe someone will be able to help.

English 10 A
E is 14 (whether you're referring to Judeo-Christian, Egyptian, Greek, Navajo, Mayan, or any other cultural/religious group). Now ... use any of these to look up 1) each of the other terms and 2) each of the other authors/titles. Let us know what you decide after you'v...

English
Yes, both "rather" and "cheaply" are adverbs. And yes, "nearly."

English
Ahh, Ms Sue is right ... I missed that one!!

English
The only adverb I see is an adverb phrase in the second sentence. "lucky" = adjective, describing "she"

english
http://www.google.com/search?q=shakespeare+sonnet+35&oq=shakespeare+sonnet+35&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.8252j0j4&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read, read, read ...

English
You're welcome =)

English
Wow ... you need to develop some patience! Yes ... independent clause.

English
No, the second one is not D!! What do you call the main clause of any sentence?

English
The first and third ones are correct. Rethink the second.

english
1. Choose a character. A main character would be best. 2. Describe what that character is like at the beginning of the novel ... in detail. 3. Describe what that character is like at the end of the novel ... in detail. 4. State and explain one or two main events in the course ...

english - incomplete
What label? What's underlined? Most importantly, what do YOU THINK?

English
Exactly!

English
Keep in mind the world in which Hawthorne was born and grew up and lived ... the VERY early US. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathaniel_Hawthorne ) These sentences in the passage should help you focus on the overall point: "Most Americans have been taught to cheer for the...

English (SCARLET LETTER)
You're very welcome!

English (SCARLET LETTER)
Then I would choose C! Thanks ... the more I read of the Sparknotes and students' notes and reactions, the more I learn about this book. =)

English (SCARLET LETTER)
This is in the plot overview of the Sparknotes for this book: He impulsively mounts the scaffold with his lover and his daughter, and confesses publicly, exposing a scarlet letter seared into the flesh of his chest. He falls dead, as Pearl kisses him.

English (SCARLET LETTER)
I've never read this book (I wasn't an American Lit major!), but did he actually say out loud that he was not Pearl's father? If so, that's A.

English (SCARLET LETTER)
Read about Dimmesdale here: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/scarlet/characters.html Let us know what you decide.

History
Be sure you're clear on what a class-action suit is. http://www.answers.com/topic/class-action-suit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_v._Board_of_Education

LITERARY
There are three kinds of complements: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/objects.htm#complement Which one do you think "bucket" is in this sentence?

History
http://www.google.com/#q=goals+of+progressive+era Read, read, read, and let us know what you discover.

English
See the first of the Related Questions below. Both sentences are correct.

Lit
Here is the best website I know for learning about the parts of persuasive and argumentative writing: http://www.powa.org Go to the Convince menu ... and read about Stating your Proposition. That's the claim.

Lit
This makes no sense. How can you make a claim about "blah-blah"? What is your topic? What do you want to prove or disprove about that topic?

english
Euros - with the capital E The main problem is the use of "can get." Better would be this: Fifty thousand Euros will get you the picture. Or ... You can buy the picture for fifty thousand Euros.

business
You may have to search and research, but once you learn some good sources and methods, you should have success. In addition to searching on the Internet, you also need to make best friends with the reference librarian(s) in your local or college library. Libraries these days s...

Help Science!!! :( need help
Yes, right! You're very welcome!

Help Science!!! :( need help
What did you decide?

Help Science!!! :( need help
Google is wonderful!! http://www.google.com/search?q=is+earth+inner+or+outer+planet&oq=is+earth+inner+or+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l3j69i64.7009j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8

CHEATER
"I want..." If you're expecting someone here to do your entire assignment for you, you've come to the wrong place. But if you have an actual question about your assignment, please post it, and someone here may be able to help.

English
Let us know what YOU THINK, and someone here will be happy to comment on your thinking.

ENGLISH
Let us know what YOU THINK, and someone here will be happy to comment on your thinking.

WORD USAGE
No. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/indirectobject.htm

WORD USAGE
Looks as if Princess Anna needs to stop answering questions she is not 100% sure of. =(

Quick english help
In A, B, and D, "whom" is needed because each time the word is an OBJECT (direct object in A and D, object of a preposition in B). Subject form: who Object form: whom Compare with "he" and "him." Would you say, "Were you discussing he?" ...

Quick english help
A, B, and D all need to have "whom" instead of "who." Do you know why?

media
You can catch many on Netflix or Amazon Prime's Instant Videos or Hulu/Hulu Plus ... and there's a new one out there called M-GO, I think. Undoubtedly, there are other sources. The newest movies may or may not be there and they may or may not be free. No movie producti...

Civics
Read, read, read ... and take good notes. Then let us know what you learn. http://www.google.com/search?q=results+of+the+intolerable+acts+of+1774&oq=results+of+Intolerable+Acts&aqs=chrome.3.69i57j0l3.8411j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8

English
Be sure to change "are" to "is" -- "85 percent" is treated as a singular subject. 85-15 = eighty-five fifteen

science i reall need help i am stuggling
How many times are you going to post this same bunch of questions? Which of the responses you got did you not understand? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1386758380 http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1386782045 http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1386833176 http://www....

English
#1 is correct. The principal parts of "to get" are get, got, gotten. #s 3-6 are all correct and are interchangeable! Nice!

English
I disagree somewhat. I can't say that Anonymous is wrong, but I think both sentences can mean that "I" can see "her" more often.

English
Ariel calls Prospero 'Master'. <~~Notice the changes I made? 3. Ariel puts Alonso's ship in one of the island's ports. 4. Alonso, Sebastian, and Gonzalo land on a different part of the island. 5. Caliban must get wood for Prospero's fire. OK

English
No, it doesn't read that way to me. It seems to be saying that the ship is in a river, not far from here (and "here" is wherever the speaker is standing, but NOT near the ship). If you want those to be in apposition, try rephrasing as I did above.

Politics
What a terrible, awful question and set of answer choices!! Holy smoke! Talk about sweeping generalizations!! I am A and B and D; I am not C; So ... can you tell if I am a typical anything???

Grammar
1. We are going to tell John what happened. John= indirect object correct 2. Are you going to explain to your parents why you arrived home late? (Is this sentence grammatically correct? yes) Parents=indirect object incorrect 3. She isn't going to call us tonight. Us=direct...

English
This is not normal phrasing because it's not clear: "I want fifty thousand Euros for you to get it." Is he saying he wants her to pay him 50,000 Euros? Is he saying he wants her to have the painting and he'll pay the 50,000 Euros? It's just not clear.

English
I'm not sure what that means. If Ms Yardley wants to BUY the Picasso, then the sentence should read this way: Fifty thousand Euros, Ms Yardley,' the man says. 'I want fifty thousand Euros if you want to buy it. However, if the man wants to buy the Picasso, the sen...

English
There's a video on this webpage that will teach you how to make the L-sound: http://www.speechbuddy.com/blog/speech-therapy-techniques/teach-your-child-to-say-the-l-sound/ "Valmy" is two syllables: val MEE (stress on the second syllable) The second sentence is in...

English
PS - You can say that a particular jacket or shirt (or any other article of clothing) is "in fashion" but people are not in fashion!! And "on fashion" is never used. And if you think "in style" is too cumbersome, then just say "it's more ...

English
1) OK 2) I want to be both original and in style. 3) What do you think of/about this coat? Are both "about " and "of" possible? <~~yes 4) I think it is very important to be comfortable because I have to spend a lot of time at school. At other times, I th...

the parts of speech
Right ... a direct object. Sometimes direct objects are also called "verb complements," but most of the time, the term "complement" is meant for other constructions: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/objects.htm#complement

the parts of speech
Neither A nor C is correct!! What noun comes after an ACTION VERB??

the parts of speech
Right. Also, plain ol' ordinary future tense has "will" as a helping verb, but future perfect has "will have" as helping verbs ... every time!

the parts of speech
First person = I or we Second person = you Third person = he, she, it, or any singular noun Try again.

History- Martin Luther King
Your thesis statement must include factual information plus your position/opinion/stance. Without your position on the topic, it isn't a true thesis statement. So think of this sentence as the angle you want to take on the topic and what you intend to prove by the end of...

the parts of speech
You're very welcome.

the parts of speech
Right

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