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April 19, 2014

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general
Read through several of these search results to get good ideas: http://www.bing.com/search?setmkt=en-US&q=how+to+write+an+assignment+for+english+class

English
Yes, you need the comma whenever "too" means "also." The first and third are the grammatically correct ones, but the others are casually used.

English
1. Yes, "nor" means "and not." With "neither," this is an example of a correlative conjunction. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#correlative_conjunctions 2. The first is often used casually (but is grammatically incorrect). ...

Social Studies
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1384923393 Your problem with the question is what you are assuming. Ms. Sue has already explained to you how to interpret that past tense verb. What don't you understand about her explanation?

Business
Deposits into traditional IRAs are usually made with money that has already been taxed (withholding on paychecks). Annuities, however, are usually built up with pre-tax money, so withdrawals from these are subject to income taxes.

English
In #s 1 and 2, change "most" to "very" and they will be fine. #3 is correct. #s 4 and 5 need to have a noun after "strongest."

English
1 means she is very suitable ... 1-2 means she's more suitable than anyone else. 2-2 is the correct one between these two sentences.

English
The main problem with these sentences is that they end with adjectives that don't modify anything. Most attractive what? Hottest what? Shiest what?

Linguistics/English
http://teachro.publiccomputingservices.org/ This teacher's website has the best grammar and diagramming explanations and examples I've found.

English
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._R._R._Tolkien

ENG
message boards chat rooms with controls (for study groups)

Computers (internet)
Make sure all students who plagiarize get a 0 on the assignment for the first offense. Make sure all students who plagiarize a second time are dropped from the class with FX for a grade (to indicate why the student failed the class). Those two methods are tried and true.

Social Studies
Probably ... although b would run a very close second!

south carolina history
Learning to use more than one search engine pays off!!

south carolina history
I went to www.bing.com and entered 1782 jacksonborough assembly. Here are a couple of the articles I found: http://www.carolana.com/SC/Towns/Jacksonboro_SC.html http://moultrie.ccsdschools.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_2876715/File/8th%20Grade/Bryant/SC%20Chapter%2012.pdf http:...

Educational Technology
I don't know that you can accurately apply a, b, or d to all countries in the word, can you?

english
to be able The first fifty runners are going to be able to finish the race within an hour. been able (will need at least one auxiliary verb in order for this to make sense) The first twenty runners have been able to finish the race within 20 minutes.

english
Anonymous is almost right. "small girl" is usually used to refer to a young girl. "smaller girl" is used for comparison purposes.

language
Also answered yesterday ... http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1384966012 Is this an online class?

English
Your thesis ~~> "American fast-food restaurants are finding its way into countries in the eastern hemisphere." "...the food culture in the eastern hempisphere is being westernized as a result of globalization." The second sentence supports your thesis IF...

English
To what does "this" refer? "...that this is able to be argued against." That is, what are you trying to argue against? That there aren't fast-food restaurants in the Eastern Hemisphere? http://www.bing.com/search?setmkt=en-US&q=mcdonalds+in+hsinchu+taiw...

Life science, history, geography, and mathematics
Please don't "write" in code. No one here will take the time to decipher it.

home economics
See Related Questions below.

English
#s 2 and 3 are correct, but #1 is not. #4 is correct. All the others are not used, except maybe #6 in poetry!

English
#1 is best, and #5 is next best. The others are not quite right.

English
They would be identical in meaning if you use "works" -- present tense to match the present tense of the main verb (is sitting).

English
2and4are grammatically correct,but rarely used except in poetry. =)

into computers
See Related Questions below.

Language Arts- Johnny Tremain
Haven't read it, sorry. You should try www.sparknotes.com/lit or www.enotes.com for help.

What??
Math? Finance?? What is the subject area of the question you're asking, not your school name?

south carolina history help me ASAP PLZZZZZ
Yes

south carolina history help me ASAP PLZZZZZ
And you think the answer is ... ?

south carolina history
Recon, you probably posted something that got your posting privileges banned for a while. I have no idea what, but after what I read of yours tonight, I have some suggestions for you: ~ Don't type anything in ALL CAPS. That's considered rude on the Internet. ~ Stop wit...

English
Gerunds are verb forms, yes, and they act like nouns. Yes, it's a gerund phrase -- the whole phrase is the subject of the sentence.

English
"with" is a preposition, so "with razor-sharp teeth" is a prepositional phrase. But what is "Eating" in this sentence?

Stop spamming this board
Wonda, Mathew, Martha, Brian, or whoever ... Stop NOW unless you want your posting privileges revoked.

Visual Literacy in Business CGD218
If you expect someone here to write your assignment for you, you've come to the wrong place. However, if you have questions ABOUT your assignment, please let us know.

Visual Literacy in Business CGD218
If you expect someone here to write your assignment for you, you've come to the wrong place. However, if you have questions ABOUT your assignment, please let us know.

Social studies
http://www.apstudynotes.org/us-history/topics/presidential-and-congressional-reconstruction-plans/

world history
1. Go to http://www.google.com 2. Type in Antarctic Treaty System (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 find all you need.

English
I explained #1 earlier. In all the others, it doesn't make much difference if you use "the" or not. =)

Engish
The whole phrase -- "for example, if it is raining, hot, or windy" -- seems to modify "weather."

English
Both mean "I understand."

English
#1 means this: This book was very helpful for my homework. #2 means this: Of all the books, this book was the most helpful ... Both are grammatical, but they are not identical in meaning. Yes, "helpful" is difficult ... it's because of the l and p and f sounds al...

Two Grammar Questions
#1 is correct. #2 is incorrect. Replace the comma with a question mark, and it'll be fine.

Language Arts question
YW! =)

Language Arts question
correct

parts of speech
I see two that could be correct answers. Past perfect verbs indicate an action that started in the past and continues into the present. Progressive verbs indicate an action that is on-going.

English - concrete nouns
It's always going to be abstract. Cashier, teller, clerk, teacher, doctor, accountant ... All those would be concrete nouns because you can SEE and TOUCH them. We cannot, however, SEE or TOUCH a job.

World History
Start here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Vietnamese_monarchs Scroll down and read lots. And don't miss the links at the bottom of this webpage where you can find more information.

Ed-Tech
YW =)

Ed-Tech
Both answers are correct.

tech
What are your answer choices? What do you think?

Help:)
I've never heard of a subject called "Help:)" before. =(

English (concrete nouns)
I think you're right. Only b and c are concrete nouns here. Be sure you report this to your instructor.

Comm 215
This is WAAYYY too much for one post. Please break it up into sections. 49 -- Try again. You're on the right track, but "self-motivate" is not a word: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/self-motivate?s=t 50 -- Good.

English (phrasal modals)
Right. I just wanted to make sure you understood it completely!! =)

English (phrasal modals)
#1 ~ Double-check after you have read this webpage. http://www.eslcafe.com/grammar/understanding_and_using_modal_verbs01.html #2 ~ You're 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/

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. 2-2 is not the same ... "would" implies that it's something that might happen in the future ... or might not. 3 is correct on its own. 4 is incorrect. 5 is somewhat correct, but has more of a "possibility" meaning, just...

English
"can't wait" implies the same as the verbs in 2 and 3. The others are pretty close, but not exactly the same.

English
1 and 2 mean the same, yes. 3 and 4 mean the same thing. 5 is not used; you don't need "should" in this subjunctive clause.

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing. #1 is better, but it's unexplainable! It's just the normal placement of words.

English
Yes, in that sentence "whether" and "if" can be interchangeable.

English
#2 has the better placement of "at least" because it's placed right next to what it's describing, "15 centimeters."

English
For #3 ~ Yes, you can mean he was excited when he learned about his new job ... and he learned about it while he was watching the game. For #2-2 ~ Yes

biology - cells
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_theory

English
#1 is the British English way to state this idea. #2 is the American English way to state this idea. #3 means the same as both of the first two. (If someone were visiting in a hospital, the sentence would be this: My grandfather was at the hospital.)

English
See the first Related Question below. I answered this before.

Art History
Just in case there's something additional or different ... http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=michelangelo+pieta+st+peters&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C44

Art History
Go to http://scholar.google.com and enter michelangelo pieta You'll find many fantastic articles there. If you have to, a regular search at www.google.com or www.bing.com will bring up many articles, and then you can choose which articles to read.

socialstudies(check answers please)
matt/minate ~ Your guesses have been all over the place, so the only conclusion we can draw is that you have not paid attention in class and/or have not read your assignments. Please go back and read your assignments, and then let us know what you actually think ... no guessing.

US History
Check out Related Questions below.

introduction to health care
"and analyze"? Analyze what?

introduction to health care
I'd say both!! Wouldn't this job entail facilitating the correspondence between the administrators of a business/health facility and the government agencies it must interact with??

introduction to health care
I agree with you about c.

introduction to health care
"which of the following statements are true" = implies there's more than one right answer, yes? "are" = plural

introduction to health care
I agree.

introduction to health care
The key word there is "responsible" -- that is, when were they REQUIRED to keep medical records? I know many physicians started keeping records for their own uses before anyone required them to, but you'll have to check your text/study materials to be sure.

internet basics
This term "plug-ins" refers to extra add-on programs that make a website work differently/better for you. For example, I have AdBlockPlus as a plug-in for Chrome, so I see very few ads on any webpages I go into.

internet basics
Do you know what "ISP" stands for? Do you know what a "plug-in" is?

internet basics
Yes, a ... although it's a badly written question, as I told you yesterday. ... more structured ... THAN WHAT?

internet basics
No --- notice the word "except" in that sentence!!

Homework dumping
Someone might be able to check your answers if you post them.

A cheater from Rochester, NY
=(

English
1 and 4 are correct.

LA
Have you read it? This might help: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/candide/

US History
revolutionary times -- when it seems everything is lost and the British will win

iinternet basics
And what does "ics" mean?

internet basics
These are not good questions. Where are you getting them. "more structured" than what? "contains abbreviations" = always has to have abbreviations in it?? Really?

internet basics
I didn't know any of them catered to any particular group. Anyone can join any of these as long as the person is old enough, right?

English
The sentence is correct. You can also use these: took part in participated in began (... but I like the original sentence best!)

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns.htm See #1 here. and http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns1.htm#indefinite Read the first line here and make note of the specific pronouns named. #3, #4, #6, and #7 are correct.

writting skill part 2
Three of the words in parentheses are abstracts; one is something you can see (one of the 5 senses). B is not an abstract. It's something you can SEE every day. Consider your discussion in your previous post. What do you decide?

English
All could be used, depending on the context. #s 3 and 5 are awkward, though.

English
1, 2, and 5 are correct.

English
Remove "a" and it'll all be fine! =)

English
#s 1, 3, and 5 are correct if you remove the comma in 5!

English
#s 1 and 4 are correct. See #3 here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm

Identity complex?
Jen/Dakota ... why are you reposting this very question? Do you expect someone here to write your answer for you?? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1384562359

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