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October 21, 2014

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Ed. tech HELP!!!
http://www.answers.com/transition Be sure you are clear on the meaning of that word before you decide.
October 13, 2014

English
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/micemen/ Read the analysis of characters.
October 13, 2014

Ed. tech
Either B or C. I'm not familiar enough with Powerpoint to know for sure.
October 13, 2014

please help english
It would REALLY help if you numbered those sentence choices. 4. Jane's = possessive (like an adjective modifying "goal") goal = subject to win = infinitive phrase serving as an appositive -- do you know what an appositive is and how to recognize them? is = ...
October 13, 2014

LA 7
http://literarydevices.net/point-of-view/ Read carefully and let us know what you think.
October 13, 2014

please check my english
You have now posted these same things at least 4 times. It should be clear to you by now that no one here has read this particular work. Sorry.
October 13, 2014

English (Macbeth)
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/macbeth/ Read about the characters here.
October 13, 2014

Ed Tech
What does "adding to slides" mean to you?
October 13, 2014

Ed Tech
I agree.
October 13, 2014

Ed Tech
Then it looks as if "b" is most accurate. The others are implied in the paragraph, but not stated.
October 13, 2014

Ed Tech
Please explain what is meant by "timeline entry."
October 13, 2014

Art
YW!!
October 13, 2014

Art
I agree with you.
October 13, 2014

Art
This one? http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=46
October 13, 2014

Art
You're welcome!
October 13, 2014

Art
If so, yes, C. http://www.google.com/search?q=drawing+human+figure+proportions&es_sm=119&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=TwM8VJrBINTV8AHB9IDICQ&ved=0CB8QsAQ&biw=1440&bih=707
October 13, 2014

Art
http://images.nga.gov/?service=asset&action=show_preview&asset=89038 This?
October 13, 2014

SS
yes
October 13, 2014

Art
You're welcome.
October 13, 2014

Art
I would choose B. To me, he is in proportion, but just sitting down.
October 13, 2014

Art
It's either B or D, depending on whether you think it's in normal proportion (B) or slightly out of proportion (D). Michelangelo made both his David and his Pieta out of proportion for specific reasons. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1f/Michelangelo&#...
October 13, 2014

Art
Why would you not choose B?
October 13, 2014

Art
Please tell me why you would choose either C or D ... or either of the others. Unless you tell me your reasoning or give me definitions of terms, I have no idea what your text has taught you.
October 13, 2014

Art
This? http://artsy.net/artwork/hippolyte-bellange-a-seated-soldier Please re-think.
October 13, 2014

SS
Correct
October 13, 2014

SS
https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=define:+landforms What do you think?
October 13, 2014

SS
https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=define:+landforms Yes.
October 13, 2014

English
You're welcome.
October 13, 2014

English
Yes
October 13, 2014

English
Read the sentence aloud ... then answer my last question to you.
October 13, 2014

English
In the original sentence, is the verb "were studying" or "studying were"? ??
October 13, 2014

English
http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/539f3043e4b0a12897400c22-upperbyte-1402941517741-d70d6dd7c848463fb9ab5acd3ff7455f.png B and D are obviously wrong because of how the verb is treated. Between A and C, which is obviously correct?
October 13, 2014

English
No, sorry. If it's on a website, though, and you can tell me how to find that website and the particular webpage, I might be able to find it.
October 13, 2014

English
http://teachro.publiccomputingservices.org/diagramming/diagramming.htm Use the different sections to find the exact structure you're looking for. For example, take a look at how compound subjects are done here: http://teachro.publiccomputingservices.org/diagramming/...
October 13, 2014

SS
Yes, I think so.
October 13, 2014

English
Very good!
October 13, 2014

English
I see metaphors and lots of descriptive wording, but I don't see any allusions. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/allusion?s=t
October 13, 2014

English
All mean the same thing, yes. http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/as%20for?s=t
October 13, 2014

Spanish Work Check
I'll send your post to our Spanish expert. Please keep checking back and have patience until she responds to you.
October 13, 2014

English
"it" is one of those vague pronouns that refers to a condition set up in previous wording. In this case, "it" seems to refer to the act of overcoming challenges.
October 13, 2014

Spanish Help
I'll send your post to our Spanish expert. Please keep checking back and have patience until she responds.
October 13, 2014

English
No, the "p" is pronounced. Only the "e" is not pronounced. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hopeful?s=t Click on the little speaker symbol to the right of the word "hopeful" to hear it pronounced.
October 13, 2014

English
Yes, that sentence is correct. No parallelism problems there.
October 13, 2014

English
You rewrite the sentence, and someone here will chech it for you.
October 13, 2014

English
Both are OK, but 2 is the grammatically correct sentence.
October 13, 2014

English
1, 4, and 5 are correct. The others are not. Do you see why?
October 13, 2014

English
1 and 2 -- yes. 3 and 4 -- yes.
October 13, 2014

English
First of all, you need to be able to define "educational justice." How would you define that term?
October 11, 2014

research paper
Surely you want this deleted, too, right? and this is my abstract The ethics of cloning especially humans have become a great issues for some time. While most agree that cloning could be beneficial like for medical purposes many feel that genetic diversity and its benefits are...
October 11, 2014

English
You can organize like that, but you'll have a very difficult time writing a smooth, clearly reasoned paper. Try this ... Whenever you are writing a comparison/contrast paper (paragraph, essay, research paper), you need to plan it out very carefully on paper first. Try this...
October 11, 2014

A type of math?
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October 10, 2014

Vocabulary check!
Make sure you have looked up and understood every single word that you are to choose from. http://www.dictionary.com
October 10, 2014

ENGLISH
Re-think.
October 10, 2014

Engl 122
All the following what?
October 10, 2014

english
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Keys_(author) Read, read, read ...
October 10, 2014

English 9
Super!
October 9, 2014

English 9
Did the tournaments win $200,000?
October 9, 2014

English 9
Well, wait a minute...
October 9, 2014

English 9
Almost. You also need a comma after "tournaments."
October 9, 2014

English 9
200,000 what?
October 9, 2014

College question
You're welcome!
October 9, 2014

College question
That personal essay can make or break you! Read carefully: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/guidance/applications/essay
October 9, 2014

College question
Your three scores total 1690. Make sure you have a really good personal essay ... what sets you apart ... why you would be an excellent addition to their student body ... What other schools are you applying to?
October 9, 2014

College question
So ... pretty much even. There are some schools that place more emphasis on the math and reading than the writing. You should check out Stonybrook's website and see what they say in their admisssions section. Check both the incoming freshman requirements AND the transfer ...
October 9, 2014

College question
When you say 1690 on the SAT, how is that divided up? What was your score ... ... on the math section? ... on the reading section? ... on the writing section?
October 9, 2014

English 9
Well done!
October 9, 2014

Social Studies
Correct.
October 9, 2014

Social Studies
Read up on King George III. http://www.google.com/search?q=king+george+iii&oq=king+george+iii&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.3920j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
October 9, 2014

Social Studies
If you choose d, you are using circular/repetitive thinking: They thought Montesquieu's plan was best because they believed his plan was the best. Which of the other three choices is the correct answer?
October 9, 2014

English
I have no idea what that is.
October 9, 2014

English
1. Either "in" or "at" is fine. A warrant is a document, but not just any document. Referring to an arrest, no other word will carry the same meaning. Only #2 works for this purpose.
October 9, 2014

English
Yes, sentence 1 is phrased in British English. Sentences 3 and 4 are American English. The others are grammatically correct, but not commonly used.
October 9, 2014

English
Similar, yes. Practically identical. http://www4.caes.hku.hk/acadgrammar/litrev/section2/part3.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhetorical_stance
October 9, 2014

English
You write it and someone here will critique it for you.
October 9, 2014

English
Possibly, but there's no way to really tell until you have written all the rest of your paper except for the conclusion. Use these sites for help with all parts of persuasive and other types of essays: http://www.powa.org/ http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/ ... ...
October 8, 2014

Vocabulary
You're welcome. You know you'd get better help faster if you put the appropriate school subject in the School Subject box! =)
October 8, 2014

Vocabulary
http://www.answers.com/topic/nascent
October 8, 2014

English
Roman/Vitaly ~ You're still looking for someone to do your thinking for you? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1412772911 I already showed you how to use Google for this kind of thing. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1412768656
October 8, 2014

English
In these directions, there seems to be no need to include the title of the column, as long as you have the title of the article in quotation marks and the title of the newspaper in italics. from https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/ Basic Style for Citations of ...
October 8, 2014

English
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Click on MLA Works Cited: Electronic Sources in the left column, and read and follow directions.
October 8, 2014

Reading
One thing that no one here will do is revise any student's paper. If we did, your teacher would know instantly that you did not write it. Use the ideas in these webpages: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/561/05/ http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/essayrev.html http://...
October 8, 2014

world civ.
Four minutes ... and you have no patience?? Have you looked up each term? http://www.answers.com/slag http://www.answers.com/coke http://www.answers.com/limestone
October 8, 2014

English
It reads as if Camerfield and Mandiboy are two people who are candidates for judge in an election. The supporters of each shout the phrases in quotation marks, and then those two groups of supporters start fighting with each other. (Is this from a particular story or book?)
October 8, 2014

English
1. Go to http://www.google.com 2. Enter symbols of evil or whatever search terms you need. Read, read, read ...
October 8, 2014

English
Beasts, dragons, weapons ... What else can you think of?
October 8, 2014

Spelling
http://www.unscramble.net/
October 7, 2014

English
You're welcome!
October 7, 2014

English
Right.
October 7, 2014

English
Yes, that's right.
October 7, 2014

English
Have you looked up all those words? http://www.dictionary.com
October 7, 2014

history
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 ...
October 7, 2014

English
Well B and C are out because of "a" later in the sentences. Between A and D, which do you think is correct? http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/pronouns-demonstrative.htm
October 7, 2014

com 200
None, apparently.
October 7, 2014

English
Yes, all are correct and all mean the same thing. I think they're all used equally often by different people.
October 7, 2014

english - VERY incomplete!
Title? Author??
October 7, 2014

English
Not much difference at all. Either phrasing works fine.
October 7, 2014

English
http://www.google.com/search?q=character+developent+in+great+gatsby&oq=character+developent+in+great+gatsby&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.11367j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 http://www.google.com/search?q=writing+style+in+great+gatsby&oq=writing+style+in+great&aqs=chrome.2....
October 7, 2014

Social Studies
I've sent this question to SraJMcGin, who will be able to tell you the correct pronunciation of this French name. Keep checking back for her reply. =)
October 7, 2014

English
My question, so i can understand the sentence, is what is "it"? I see no purpose for the dash (-) in that sentence.
October 7, 2014

ART! URGENT
If you have no text (whether in print or online), you'd better get good at Internet searches. http://hanlib.sou.edu/searchtools/
October 6, 2014

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