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English
Be sure to follow the directions in the order your instructor gave them. ~~ Write that paragraph! ~~ Then check here for examples of bad-made-good thesis statements. http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html ~~Then you'll be ready to deal with the last ...
October 27, 2016

English
Did you make the list as instructed? Then write a list of all the social media and social networking websites and apps you might use to connect with friends and family and to meet people. If you followed the other directions, your thesis statement came from the ideas in your ...
October 27, 2016

Wanting to cheat?
This person has clearly learned nothing about following directions, etc., since this morning. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1477573451
October 27, 2016

Literature
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Be sure you are clear on how adjectives and adverbs are used. The same things apply to phrases that are being used as adjectives or adverbs. Let us know what you decide.
October 27, 2016

english
26. no 28. no http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm These are your second guesses, so don't post about these again. Study the comma uses in the linked webpage, especially #4 and #6.
October 27, 2016

english
25. right 26. no (and what about capitalization?) 27. right 28. no (read and study about appositives)
October 27, 2016

Social Studies
Read lots and let us know what you decide. http://www.google.com/search?q=How+did+England+acquire+the+Dutch+colony&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=How+did+England+acquire+the+Dutch+colony&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l2j69i61.10658j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
October 27, 2016

LANGUAGE ARTS
Thank you, Ali! Very true!!
October 27, 2016

Wanting to cheat?
No one here will give you the answer! Also, I don't think any tutors here have read those works; at least when this has been posted before, no one has indicated so. You write up your assignment, and if you want someone here to check your writing, post it.
October 27, 2016

SS
Check out the Related Questions (and the responses to them) below.
October 27, 2016

Earth Science
Look at the time you posted. All our tutors were asleep! Think about things like that before you start demanding "asap" and "anybody there"!
October 27, 2016

common core math
It is good old fashioned math. There are some publishers who are making a ton of money writing new texts for old fashioned math!! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
October 26, 2016

English
Whether the place is named in THIS sentence or not, "it" still refers to a place. -------------- London is 344 km from Paris. London is the capital of England. It is 344 km from Paris.
October 26, 2016

English
In #2, "It" has to refer to a place. Maybe the place was named in the previous sentence, but it cannot just be vague and impersonal when the reference is to a specific distance like this.
October 26, 2016

Life Management
Usually children learn to speak after listening to their parents and others around them. If they constantly hear arguing and yelling, what do you think small children will sound like? If they usually hear conversations and laughter and whatever's on TV shows, what do you ...
October 26, 2016

History of Technology
Right.
October 26, 2016

History of Technology
Technological advances are definitely not theories!! They are the results of theories that have been tried out and either furthered and developed or tossed out because they don't work. Please re-think.
October 26, 2016

???
http://www.google.com/search?q=lev+vygotsky+theory+vs+jean+piaget&oq=Lev+vygotsky+vs+jean+Piaget&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0.13917j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and decide wisely. I have no idea what you're referring to here.
October 26, 2016

English
1 and 3 are fine. With "from" in the sentence, "away" is unneeded.
October 26, 2016

English
Yes, right!! =)
October 25, 2016

English
Yes, "it" refers to London in that sentence.
October 25, 2016

English
You're very welcome! =)
October 25, 2016

English
In that sentence, "it" refers to Ulleongdo. Try substitution, and you'll see: ... because Ulleongdo is only 87.4 km away. Please note that you mean "from" not "form" in that sentence!
October 25, 2016

Geography
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/migration/migration_trends_rev2.shtml
October 25, 2016

English
It would be better to use "the" in place of "an" in all these. When you use "an," you're implying that it could be just any apple ... or maybe even all of them. But if you use "the," you are referring to a particular apple.
October 25, 2016

English
I'd use "for" rather than "of." I don't think "of" is incorrect, but I think "for" is better. I think all the variations (a-e) are commonly used. I think "a" is the best one.
October 25, 2016

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. 4, 6, and 7 are correct. (3 and 5 are not used.) by far very best an excellent a superb
October 25, 2016

Language arts
"i dont have the time to do this i need it done within 30 to 45mins!" Your procrastination doesn't mean it's an emergency for anyone else here. It means you need to get off the computer and write your assignment.
October 25, 2016

English
1 is fine. 2 implies two-thirds of all the apples in the world, which doesn't make sense. 3 is fine. 4 would be fine if you omit "of." 5 is fine. 6 is not. Yes, you need some kind of identifier before the nouns in these phrases. 7 and 8 are grammatically correct...
October 25, 2016

English
All are grammatically correct, yes. Adding "please" to #s 1-4 will make all of them polite!
October 25, 2016

English
You're welcome.
October 25, 2016

English
2 and 4 are best. 1 is OK, but 3 isn't.
October 25, 2016

Language Arts
And you think ... ? Remember this part on the Post a New Question page? Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting. ...
October 25, 2016

Social Studies
Then you didn't read Ms. Sue's reply to the student who posted these questions: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1471460181
October 25, 2016

Social Studies
Check out Related Questions below.
October 25, 2016

Draping
Read through the Related Questions below, including many of the responses.
October 25, 2016

SS Help
Right
October 25, 2016

english
Please clarify this. It makes little sense. Where? When?
October 25, 2016

arithmetic
http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html Read about multiplying fractions. Let us know what you get.
October 25, 2016

arithmetic
http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html Read about multiplying fractions. Let us know what you get.
October 25, 2016

arithmetic
http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html Read about multiplying fractions. Let us know what you get.
October 25, 2016

math
12*12=144 inches 144-42= ??
October 25, 2016

Computer Programing
Computer <~~note the spelling http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/C/computer.html from http://www.webopedia.com/ (You can look up other computer and IT terms here.)
October 25, 2016

Chemistry
If you looked it up on Google, you'd have known half an hour ago!! http://www.google.com/search?q=what+is+naoh&oq=what+is+naoh&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.7727j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
October 25, 2016

English
There are two things wrong with your post. #1 -- You are demanding that someone here do your assignment for you. That will not happen. #2 -- You posted your demands at 12:44 am EDT in the US, when all or nearly all the tutors are asleep. Pay attention to the DIRECTIONS on the ...
October 25, 2016

geography
And you think it's ... ? Make sure you look up every single word you are not 100% clear on. http://www.dictionary.com
October 24, 2016

English
Yes. There is only one capital in a country, therefore the use of "the." The use of "a" implies there's more than one!
October 24, 2016

English
I think I've answered this several times already, right? Please read through the Related Questions below, and then let me know what YOU THINK these lines mean.
October 24, 2016

Spanish
So ... Alice ... Did you figure out why the answer was A instead of B? SraJMcGin certainly explained it thoroughly in your other posts.
October 24, 2016

Social Studies
You're asking a bunch of questions without indicating what YOU THINK about any of this. 1. Read, re-read, and re-re-read your text. Study it well. 2. Indicate what YOU THINK the correct answer is for each of your questions, and someone here will check them for you.
October 24, 2016

Social Studies
You're asking a bunch of questions without indicating what YOU THINK about any of this. 1. Read, re-read, and re-re-read your text. Study it well. 2. Indicate what YOU THINK the correct answer is for each of your questions, and someone here will check them for you.
October 24, 2016

Social Studies
You're asking a bunch of questions without indicating what YOU THINK about any of this. 1. Read, re-read, and re-re-read your text. Study it well. 2. Indicate what YOU THINK the correct answer is for each of your questions, and someone here will check them for you.
October 24, 2016

business
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1477321118
October 24, 2016

What is this? Some kind of math, right?
If you follow directions and put your SUBJECT in the School Subject box, you'll get help faster.
October 24, 2016

buisness
http://www.google.com/search?q=pros+and+cons+of+unions&oq=pros+and+cons+of+unions&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.4345j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots. Let us know what you decide to write. Someone here will check your paper if you post it.
October 24, 2016

English
No idea!! No one here has your text, AND no one here will help you cheat!
October 24, 2016

English Writing
http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/subject-verb-agreement.htm http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sv_agr.htm Read and study these webpages carefully, as well as any linked webpages. Let us know how you decide to revise these sentences.
October 24, 2016

BIO
Since Jiskha doesn't have a biology expert at this time, please try posting your question at this site. http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/ In addition, be sure to make really good use of KhanAcademy! http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology Choose from the ...
October 24, 2016

English
You still need to name some of the colors dogs can't see. If you don't, it's a vague statement that means almost nothing.
October 24, 2016

English
As it is, #3 is incomplete, but not totally incorrect. It would be much better to be specific: Dogs can't see some colors, such as blue and green.
October 24, 2016

English
1. He didn't used to go fishing with his friends. 1-2. Didn't he used to go fishing with his friends? 2. He used to go fishing with his friends. 2-2. Didn't he go fishing with his friends? 3. He didn't used to go fishing with his friends. 3-2. Didn't he ...
October 24, 2016

English
1 and 2 are correct. The others are not. You can see the difference between 2 (correct) and 3 (incorrect), right? In 4-7, "usedn't" is incorrect. That's not a tag line used in English.
October 24, 2016

English
Yes, all are correct.
October 24, 2016

English
All the sentences are correct, yes. In 4, you can keep "in" or omit it; either way works.
October 24, 2016

English
All are OK. I'd phrase #2 differently, but it's not incorrect as you've written it. 4 an 5 are basically saying the same thing.
October 24, 2016

English
All are correct, yes. =)
October 24, 2016

English
None of the first three questions is correct. Here's how to re-phrase: In 1963, what percent of the skaters finished the race?
October 23, 2016

English
2 and 3 are the best answers for 1. (4 is phrased awkwardly.) 6, 7 and 8 are all good answers for 5.
October 23, 2016

English
Yes, all of those prepositions are OK in these sentences. I'd probably omit "in" in sentence 2, but that's a preference, not necessarily incorrect.
October 23, 2016

English
All are OK, but 2 is best.
October 23, 2016

English
Yes, 2 is incorrect. You could rephrase in any of these ways, depending on what you mean: Do you know how many islands ... ? Do you wonder how many islands ... ? Do you think Dokdo is made up of more than ten islands? There may be others, but these come to mind first!
October 23, 2016

English
Both 2 and 3 mean about the same as 1. The difference in tenses indicates the time when he was gone: in 2, where he went and was at the same time as "Did"; in 3, where he went at a time definitely previous to "Did." 4 and 5 are the same, yes. 6 and 8 are ...
October 23, 2016

Social Studies
That's your assignment. What's your question about your assignment? http://www.google.com/search?q=european+view+of+columbus+voyage&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=european+view+of+columbus+voyage&aqs=chrome..69i57j0j69i61.11402j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
October 23, 2016

Computer
Use http://scholar.google.com to search for academically accepted articles and books. This webpage from New Mexico State University librarians explains what to look for when hunting for academically acceptable information: http://lib.nmsu.edu/depts/reference/documents/...
October 22, 2016

English
1. Choose one of the titles listed. Choose the one that created vivid images in your mind as you read it. 2. Follow the rest of the directions: ~ Why is this image memorable? ~ How does the author use vivid descriptive details to help the reader visualize what is being ...
October 22, 2016

English
http://www.dictionary.com Enter the word you need defined and read, read, read.
October 22, 2016

Grammar
No, it's an action verb. It's something someone DOES. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#linking
October 22, 2016

English
Good for you! You're very welcome!
October 22, 2016

English
Similes are comparisons that include the word "like" or "as" to make the comparison. Metaphors are comparisons that don't have "like" or "as" to make the comparison. Let me know if you decide to keep B or change to A.
October 22, 2016

English
I would not use 3 or 4. The rest are OK, but I believe it's "ballpoint" -- not hyphenated and not two words.
October 22, 2016

English
All are interrogative pronouns; read about interrogative pronouns here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns1.htm#interrogative None of the words you listed are relative pronouns. Read about relative pronouns here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns1....
October 22, 2016

English
All are grammatically correct, but 1 and 2 are very awkward and not used. The rest are fine.
October 22, 2016

english - also incomplete
What is your question?
October 22, 2016

english
Correct. What is your question?
October 22, 2016

English
2. OK 5. OK 4 and 4-1 are not OK.
October 22, 2016

English
1. OK 2. The second question and the answer are fine. The first question is rare. 3. OK 4. OK
October 22, 2016

special education
http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html Bookmark this webpage and use the ideas in here to learn to search effectively. After you've conducted a search or two, be sure to let us know what you find.
October 22, 2016

English
I wouldn't use any of these phrasings. Here's how I'd state these thoughts: 1. This is the way he went. 2. He went this way. 3. This is the way in which he could understand the situation. (OR This is the way he could understand the situation.) 4. This is the way he...
October 22, 2016

English
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/serious?s=t In these questions, the word means "thoughtful" and has nothing to do with being injured. If you say, "He had serious injuries," you mean his injuries were severe, but usually "serious" means what's...
October 22, 2016

English
I would use 1 and 4, depending on what's true. For 2 and 3, your listener is probably waiting for you to name the colors dogs can see and those they can't see!
October 21, 2016

English
I think JOY means that they will all be polite if you add "please" somewhere in each question. 8 and 9 are both OK, yes.
October 21, 2016

English
All those prepositions will work, depending on what the reference is: on a field, in a gymnasium, at the ballpark. Sentence 4 is the best!
October 21, 2016

English
The word "more" is not a pronoun. Basically it's an adjective that indicates an amount of something or an adverb that indicates the comparative degree of another adjective or adverb. They had more pizza than they could eat. (adj) She was more talkative than I ...
October 21, 2016

English
All 4 are grammatically correct, yes. "to know" is a verb in its infinitive form. Verbs are not pronouns. The words "more" and "lot" are serving as direct objects in 1, 2,and 3. They are not pronouns or adverbs. In 4, "effectively" is an...
October 21, 2016

English
They still all mean about the same thing. 1 has a compound predicate adjective "windy and foggy" which is modified by "very." 2 and 3 have become compound sentences -- two shorter sentences in each, joined together by "and." The only difference in...
October 21, 2016

English
2 and 3 are identical, aren't they? Yes, they mean the same as 1, but the extra words make them wordy.
October 21, 2016

English
1. OK 2. OK 3. Most of the pencils are short. 4. Most of the water is salty. 5. OK 6. OK
October 21, 2016

History
Only one colonist? Which one?
October 21, 2016

Health care
"gut choice" = guessing? Why are you guessing? Did you read your text or whatever you're supposed to be using to learn about these topics before taking a quiz or a test?
October 21, 2016

English Writingsh
It makes no sense to me, either!
October 21, 2016

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