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April 24, 2014

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introduction to health care
You'll have to go into your study materials for this one. Your text is obviously using terminology that is not commonly known among the rest of us. If you can tell me how each of those four terms are defined in your text, I might be able to help you figure out if d is corr...

English 3 - very incomplete
1. Have you learned how to use search engines effectively? 2. Who decides what "most important" is? 3. During what "time"?

wa academy workbook
Why are you posting this again? If someone knows, he or she will reply. If not, then ... not.

Amercian History
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1338513631

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 icd codes (or whatever search terms you need). Pr...

social studies
http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=bermuda+triangle&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C44&as_sdtp= Read, read, read until you find what you want.

Skeleton event...
Read, read, read. http://www.bing.com/search?q=skeleton+event+2014+olympics&go=&qs=n&form=QBLH&pq=skeleton+event+2014+olympics&sc=0-0&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=6d037fbadb414c0c8bc1a144b11c80b6

English
#2 is incorrect; the others are fine. We need "hope for," yes. It's better to leave "that" in the sentence (4 and 5), but if you omit it, the sentence will still be understood.

English
All are correct, and all mean the same thing. The race cannot be run ... The race cannot occur ...

the cay(help)
Absolutely! All those questions are "surface level" questions ... no deep thinking needed! If you had actually read the story/book, you'd have had no trouble answering any of them. If you or your parents are paying for this course, you're cheating yourself. =(

the cay(help)
You really ought to make use of www.google.com or www.bing.com. Often, you can find full texts online ... or in this case, you can find the whole movie!! http://www.google.com/search?q=the+cay&oq=the+cay&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61j0l4.1276j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=122&i...

English
#1 reads as if Ann got the best present or something tangible. Do you have context for this sentence? The whole paragraph would be good.

English
He could be either one, depending on the context. Do you have this sentence in a whole paragraph?

English
Both are fine, and they mean the same thing.

English
No ... only #s 1, 4, and 5 would be correctly used.

English
"minus two hundred seventy-three point fifteen degrees Celsius"

english(check1answer)
You're welcome!

english(check1answer)
Yes! http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/determiners/determiners.htm

english(check1answer)
"can" is a verb. "also" is an adverb. "who" is a pronoun. What's left??

Language Arts 7 A Unit 4: Who Can We Really Coun
You have posted only your test or homework. You have not asked any questions of your own. No one can help you if we don't know what your questions are.

Language Arts 7 A Unit 4: Who Can We Really Coun
No one will do your test for you, but someone here will check your thinking if you post what YOU THINK the answers are. No guessing!

English
Once you have written this, please post it, and someone here will check your work for you.

Brit Lit
The introductory "there" is not the subject; "reason" is. So which comes first in word order in this sentence?

Geography nd physical
Of course, but be sure to improve your ability to write in standard English.

English
To whom does "their" refer? If you think it refers to "people," then there's one set of meanings. But if you think it refers to "society," there's a whole slew of different possibilities. What do you think?

Science
The arcane abbreviation for your course title is NOT your subject area. Also ... no one here has read your text. Only you can answer this question.

Survey of Economics
"There is no free lunch" = someone pays for it somewhere along the line! Taxpayers? Private entity (charity, business, etc.)? Someone ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_ain't_no_such_thing_as_a_free_lunch

English
The verb should be "were" (plural form). For word substitutions, be sure to check out the thesaurus: http://www.thesaurus.com

World History
looking for a short way to Asia looking for gold and riches

English
weird strange ridiculous outrageous nonsensical

english
In that sentence, the subject is "Anny" -- but not "as well as her brother." If you say the sentence without "as well as her brother" would you choose "has" or "have" for that verb? Anny ___ attended the university exam. ??

english
The words am, is, are are all forms of the verb "be." Which one fits here? There ___ some butter on the plate... And which one fits here? ... there ___ no eggs left in the fridge.

english
OK. Which form of the verb "to be" would fit in each place? Choose from the following: am is are

english
I have no idea. What sentence are you trying to put that verb into?

COM321: Communication Theory
What are your answer choices?

Internet (Computers)
A website's "home page" is the main page to which all other pages are linked. Here's a home page: http://www.lonestar.edu/ All the different items linked across the top or down the left or right side are options or features. What are five you can name?

English
1) OK 2) In this yard there was a roofed stage... (is it possible?) <~~yes 3) A roofed stage extended into the yard/was projected into the yard/jutted out into the yard ...... (which of them are possible??) All would be fine IF you remove the word "was" in the sec...

English
All are fine. =)

English
I'd like to be able to go back in time and read Twain's mind, wouldn't you? We can't, of course, so we sometimes make the mistake of trying to think of Twain with our 21st century values instead of Twain's 19th century values. You would probably need to rea...

English
1 and 2 are correct, and yes, 1 is British. 3 is incorrect. 4 is correct.

biology
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/

Poetry
What titles??

Grammar
No. "Neither" is singular, so the verb needs to be "is."

English
Which guidelines have you been instructed to use? APA http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ MLA http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ On both, use the left column as the table of contents.

just a question
ep·i·taph ˈepiˌtaf/Submit noun 1. a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has died, esp. as an inscription on a tombstone. synonyms: elegy, commemoration, obituary For what do you think he should be remembered most?

English
http://www.sparknotes.com/shakespeare/tempest/characters.html Read, read, read!

english
You're welcome!

english
All verbs are correct. =) I would add "my" before "regret" in #2.

child care
This is probably true, although it's just a guess on my part. "Reliable statistics on the prevalence of shaken baby syndrome do not exist. Estimates in the United States approach 50,000 cases each year." http://www.healthline.com/galecontent/shaken-baby-syndrome-...

English HELP!!
I've never read this, but maybe one of the other tutors has. In the meantime, you should check this: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit Find the book by the first letter of the title, and read, read, read.

english, grammar
You give these a try, and someone will check your work for you. Simple past = walked, said, rang, studied, cut (without any helping verbs) Past perfect continuous = had been walking, had been saying, had been studying, had been cutting http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/pastp...

English
I think the question is this: Do YOU THINK that Ralph ... ? http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/flies/ Read through all this, and then decide what YOU THINK. If you post what your write up, someone here who has read the book may be able to help.

English
That first sentence's main verb = "do" and "confer" put together. All three of these sentences are simple sentences. Before you can diagram any sentence, you must be able to tell what each word in the sentence is and how it's related to the others. ...

us hist
Right

us hist
No. No guessing. Please go back and reread your text or other study materials ... or read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Johnson#Presidency_.281865.E2.80.931869.29

Law
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in labor laws and add the name of YOUR state (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need. 4. Re-search with different search terms if you don't...

humanites
And you think the answer is ... ? (Which "gulf"? The Gulf of Mexico?)

evolution article. Please help!!!
I don't know how you'll find one published within the past year, but you might try searching here: http://scholar.google.com The most common misconception I've ever heard of is that humans are descended from apes.

us hist
You're welcome. =)

us hist
I think you're right.

Study Unit:Main Ideas
yes

Civics
That all people in a country be obedient to laws, not subject to the whims of a monarch or dictator.

Civics the right question
Far fewer innocent people are in jail?

History
Check out Related Questions below.

Civics...a few more questions
No, I mean ... how would people use freedom of speech to protect criminals?

Civics...a few more questions
Protect criminals ... how?

Civics...a few more questions
It's also important not to stifle discussion of ideas, including dissent. This country has been built on discussion and consideration of other people's ideas in a civil manner. That's how we advance.

Civics...a few more questions
Let us know what YOU THINK, and someone here will be able to comment on your thinking and writing.

English
1) OK 2)Elizabeth I continued her father's policies. She defeated the Spanish Armada, which had heavy, slow ships, while the English ships were smaller, faster, and equipped with long-range guns. 3) OK 4) OK 5) Most of the actions took place on the apron stage. 6) The uppe...

???
You really need to follow directions and put your SUBJECT in the subject space. I've never heard of a class called "Help" before. Ms Sue answered your first question. Now it's your turn to let us know what YOU THINK.

English
"Stamp collecting" is fun for children and adults alike. (Subject) Gerund as subject, yes. Which "of my stamps" do I like most? (Adverb) Prepositional phrase as adverb, no. Collectors "engaging in their hobbies" are never bored. (Adjective) Partic...

Civics
You're welcome!

Civics
That's correct, yes. Criticism of the government and advocacy of unpopular ideas that people may find distasteful or against public policy are almost always permitted. There are exceptions to these general protections, including the Miller test for obscenity, child pornogr...

Civics
Then ALL are not unlimited, right?

Civics
ARE they unlimited??

English (grammar)
You're VERY welcome. =)

English (grammar)
Yes, it can ... it'll read fine either in past or present.

English (grammar)
It would be better to replace "being" with "becoming." Then it'll read better and make better sense.

English
You're pretty much guessing on 1 and 2. 4 is now correct.

English
Infinitive phrases begin with "to" verb forms: to walk, to read, etc. I don't see any absolute phrases here.

English
Sorry ... #3 is a gerund phrase. #s 1 and 2, as well as 4, are the ones you need to rethink.

English
Almost right! Yes, #3 is a gerund phrase. Here's why: Landing in New England is serving as the subject of the main verb, caused. In 2 and 3, however, both -ing phrases are describing (modifying) the subjects of the sentences. Who was "leaving their native land"? ...

English
All are incorrect, sorry. =( Notice that 1, 2, and 3 all start with words ending in -ing. No preposition has -ing at the end. Go back and rethink all of these, please. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1385695339

English
First of all, each sentence has far too much information in it to read well. Please divide these 2 sentences into 4 or 5 sentences. Then re-post, and we'll go from there.

English
Study these and then let us know what you think about each one above. And please number them, so no one gets confused about which one is which. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/prepositionalphrase.htm http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/appositive.htm http://www.chompchomp.com/term...

socials question help plz!!
Keeping his land together (not letting it get cut up into smaller and smaller plots) by means of primogeniture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primogeniture ) Also navigate through this for several other ways: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_legacy_of_medieval_Europe#slide2

English
No, none are correct. Here are the ways these ideas should be phrased: 1, 2, 3 = No one in that house sleeps well during the night. (You can put other qualifiers in place of the underlined words, but something needs to be there. It will not make sense to say, "No one slee...

English
1) The Elizabethan theatre was a circular or octagonal wooden structure. 2) In the middle of the theatre, there was a pit, open to the sky. In it, there was the apron stage, the main stage, raised about five feet from the ground. 3) At the back of the main stage, there was a s...

Pharmacy Technician
www.google.com or www.bing.com

English
The first one is incorrect. The second one is quite awkward. The third is grammatically correct but seems incomplete. (Surely you don't mean "Nobody" in the whole world!) The fourth and fifth have about the same meaning and are correct. The sixth is grammatically...

English
Correct.

English
All are grammatically correct, but #3 is the best of all. #1 is OK. If you use #2, you need to complete the comparison: "... the most carefully of all the students." (example)

us hist
http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/fort-sumter.html?tab=facts I think you're right, but double-check here to be sure.

To Anonymous re Behavioural Economics in Action
I have removed your post ... your entire test or homework or whatever it was. No one here will do your work for you, but if you go through this and answer these questions yourself ... and post no more than 5 that you aren't sure of, someone may be able to help.

English
What's in italics??

german
I'm not sure we have a tutor with German expertise. Maybe something in one of these search results will help you: http://www.bing.com/search?q=modal+verbs+in+german&go=&qs=n&form=QBLH&pq=modal+verbs+in+german&sc=3-21&sp=-1&sk=&ghc=1&cvid=8bf596c715a14c008ea89e956b4bcfce

English
correct

history
You're expecting someone to do your work for you?? You post what YOU THINK, and someone here may be able to help.

English
You're expecting someone to do your work for you?? You post what YOU THINK, and someone here may be able to help.

English
You're expecting someone to do your work for you?? You post what YOU THINK, and someone here may be able to help.

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