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March 1, 2015

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English
Your examples for guilt and for choices one makes are fine. On second thought, the prodigal son story is probably not good to use here since, strictly speaking, it's not a real life example. But if you know of anyone who has been estranged from his or her family for a long...
January 30, 2015

LA Check please
You're welcome.
January 30, 2015

LA Check please
I agree.
January 30, 2015

ela
Out of context, it's hard to tell. You'll need to included several lines before and after this line.
January 30, 2015

Social Studies
Right ... B.
January 30, 2015

Social Studies
Someone here will be happy to check what you think the answer is.
January 30, 2015

Sorry
We can't delete it now. There are too many posts since then, and that particular post is now off the control page. In the future, if you want a post deleted, you need to let us know within an hour or two of when you posted it.
January 30, 2015

English
I'm not sure, but I'd say it like this: nee koom I wouldn't pronounce the "b" but I could be wrong.
January 30, 2015

English
All are correct, but I wouldn't use this phrasing. I'd change the beginning of each sentence to "There's no use worrying ... "
January 30, 2015

English
1 means you used to study it, but don't study it anymore, and are not good at it. 2 means that you studied math in the past and are still studying it, but still are not good at it.
January 30, 2015

ENGLISH
1. I'd choose something else here unless you know hundreds or thousands of returning soldiers who demonstrate this. 2. You could refer either to the story of Nathan and David from the Old Testament or the story of the prodigal son from the New Testament. David: http://www....
January 30, 2015

Criminal Law
http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=how+do+lesser+included+offenses+not+violate+double+jeopardy+protection
January 30, 2015

Criminal Law
http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=legal+concept+of+lesser+included+offenses
January 30, 2015

Criminal Law
Yes.
January 30, 2015

Criminal Law
Google is a wonderful thing!! http://www.google.com/search?q=Which+amendment+to+the+Constitution+prohibits+double+jeopardy%3F&oq=Which+amendment+to+the+Constitution+prohibits+double+jeopardy%3F&aqs=chrome..69i57.1233j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
January 30, 2015

Art
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1422544452
January 29, 2015

Poetry
You're welcome!
January 29, 2015

Poetry
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/179529 It has 2 stanzas. Its rhyme scheme is this: aabbcc ddeeffgg
January 29, 2015

Poetry
It is neither. http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/poetic-form-villanelle Ex: http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/do-not-go-gentle-good-night http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/poetic-form-sonnet Ex: http://www.shakespeare-online.com/sonnets/37.html
January 29, 2015

anthropology
See Related Questions below ... read several of them.
January 29, 2015

English
Change "dance" to "dancing" and it'll be fine.
January 28, 2015

grammar
You're welcome. =)
January 28, 2015

grammar
Sixteen people are/is hard to seat at Thanksgiving. Is it the verb 'is' used because sixteen is one thing like three-fourths? Is it 'are' used because the noun of the preposition is plural? I'm leaning towards "Sixteen people are hard to seat at ...
January 28, 2015

English
The short answer to your question is YES, after every sentence in which you quoted or paraphrased someone else's words. You need to have each source of information cited in TWO places: 1. the Works Cited page that is placed after the last page of your paper, and 2. in ...
January 28, 2015

English please help
*more smoothly*
January 28, 2015

English please help
Parallelism -- and unneeded repetition. If "killed by guns" toward the end of the sentence is removed, the sentence reads mor smoothly.
January 28, 2015

English
They are both the same. The first is probably more commonly used.
January 27, 2015

L.A
I agree.
January 27, 2015

history
That's not a simple question, but see what you come up with after reading that article.
January 27, 2015

history
Read carefully: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economic_history_of_World_War_I
January 27, 2015

English
Definitely.
January 27, 2015

Art
Probably so. The others don't make sense.
January 27, 2015

Art
You're welcome! =)
January 27, 2015

Art
I agree with you.
January 27, 2015

Art
This question has been asked earlier today, and frankly it looks as if no one knows. You'll need to check your text or read lots of these search results. http://www.google.com/search?q=Multi-spectral+analysis+vs+xray&oq=Multi-spectral+analysis+vs+xray&aqs=chrome..69i57....
January 27, 2015

English
Also this link: http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verb-tenses.htm
January 27, 2015

Art
http://www.google.com/search?q=Multi-spectral+analysis+vs+xray&oq=Multi-spectral+analysis+vs+xray&aqs=chrome..69i57.9840j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Read lots, and let us know what you think.
January 27, 2015

english
I agree!
January 27, 2015

english
Expository means the writing is meant to explain ideas. Persuasive means the writing is meant to convince you to believe what the writer believes. Which do you think?
January 27, 2015

english
What are the types of nonfiction you are to choose from?
January 27, 2015

english
This doesn't make sense to me: "i can dertemine the authors purpose which is third but idk about the type of nonfiction" Please explain. Or were you given choices that have not been posted?
January 27, 2015

LANGUAGE ARTS
... and you're welcome!! =)
January 27, 2015

LANGUAGE ARTS
I don't know how anyone could get anything but B for this one!! The sky is low, the clouds are mean, A travelling flake of snow Across a barn or through a rut Debates if it will go. A narrow wind complains all day How some one treated him; Nature, like us, is sometimes ...
January 27, 2015

LANGUAGE ARTS
right
January 27, 2015

child development part 1
http://www.google.com/search?q=social+learning+theory&oq=social+learning+theory&aqs=chrome..69i57.1228j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 If this doesn't agree with your thinking, then be sure to Google the other terms until you decide.
January 27, 2015

English
You're welcome. Have fun choosing 5!!
January 27, 2015

English
Choose five!! http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/previous.htm I'd choose one by each of these people: Elizabeth I Susan B Anthony Abraham Lincoln Winston Churchill Martin Luther King, Jr I'd have trouble leaving out these: Abraham Lincoln Chief Joseph of the Nez ...
January 27, 2015

Spanish II
I'll send this to our Spanish expert, SraJMcGin.
January 27, 2015

social studies
right
January 26, 2015

social studies
Which ONE is not supported by or dependent on private money?
January 26, 2015

social studies
yes
January 26, 2015

Language Arts
Do you know what a predicate pronoun is?
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/parallelstructure.htm
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
See the other posts. How will you correct this?
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/parallelstructure.htm How will you correct this one?
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
Another parallelism error. There should be either two nouns or two adjectives after "both" (not a noun and an adjective). http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/parallelstructure.htm
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
If you're supposed to be correcting these sentences, the second instance of "to" needs to be removed. The reason is parallelism.
January 26, 2015

ENGLISH
What is your question?
January 26, 2015

7th grade LA
You're welcome!
January 26, 2015

7th grade LA
Right ... it's plural, but not possessive.
January 26, 2015

pol
http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/overview Click on Article III and read, read, read. Let us know what you determine.
January 25, 2015

History
Apparently, you didn't read this before you posted your assignment: 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.
January 25, 2015

Criminal Law
I don't think there are any Jiskha tutors who have a background in criminal law, but you may simply need to make absolutely sure you are crystal clear on the meaning(s) of every single word. For example, http://www.answers.com/procedural http://www.answers.com/substantive ...
January 25, 2015

Fund. concepts skills
comparing = how things are similar contrasting = how things are different Let us know what you think.
January 25, 2015

Business Communitcation
Aren't you supposed to write in complete sentences?
January 25, 2015

Business Communication
You let us know what YOU THINK the answers to these questions are, and someone here will be able to critique your work and give you feedback.
January 25, 2015

music history
harmony
January 25, 2015

vet tech
That makes no sense. I've never seen an animal with its eyes and ears near the posterior!! (its rear end)
January 24, 2015

vet tech
It has to be B. Nothing else makes sense.
January 24, 2015

vet tech
You think the ear and the eye are near the tail?? Of what animal?
January 24, 2015

home economics
What is the goal of really GOOD home economics? Why do people take these courses? If you don't know math, how will you double or triple -- or halve -- a recipe? What other questions can you ask like that to show the connections?
January 24, 2015

Social studies
Read lots: http://www.google.com/search?q=competitions+in+ancient+greece&oq=competitions+in+ancient+greece&aqs=chrome..69i57.6090j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8 Keep in mind that "sports" today and "athletics" to the ancient Greeks aren't ...
January 24, 2015

ART check answers please
I disagree with #s 2 and 6. I have no idea about #7.
January 24, 2015

law
"they" "it" "that" To what or whom is each of these pronouns referring?
January 24, 2015

Law
I don't understand it either. Either a person is a citizen or he/she isn't. You'll have to write a better question if you want good replies.
January 23, 2015

law/history
The short answer is no. However, you need to clarify your question. In the US? #1 - Courts are there to interpret laws, not to make them. Legislatures make laws. #2 - Which supreme court? That of one of the states? The US Supreme Court? That of another country? http://en....
January 23, 2015

PED 212
I vote for a, b, and d.
January 23, 2015

Lakes/seas
Do you mean "have an effect"? Of course, they can. Just ask residents in Chicago, Cleveland, and Toronto! Here's an example: http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=lake+effect+snow
January 23, 2015

english
Are you supposed to be punctuating sentences correctly? Or are we supposed to guess?? =)
January 23, 2015

english
What is your question?
January 23, 2015

english
What is the question?
January 23, 2015

6th grade math
You'll need to post specifics if you want a math teacher to help you.
January 23, 2015

ENGLISH
=) I just love that little book. She has managed to simplify the comma rules so that people don't have to learn/remember 8 or 10 or more rules ... which they're not likely to do anyway! And she's very funny, too!
January 23, 2015

ENGLISH
=) Run-ons/comma splices are the hardest error for students to overcome, IMO ... well, next to basic comma usage! This is the absolute BEST book out there on punctuation! Funny read, too! http://www.amazon.com/Eats-Shoots-Leaves-Tolerance-Punctuation/dp/1592402038
January 23, 2015

ENGLISH
More specifically, 1, 2, and 3 are all comma splices: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/commasplice.htm
January 23, 2015

ENGLISH
1, 2, and 3 are all run-ons. All three have independent clauses joined only by commas, but no conjunctions.
January 23, 2015

english
Go to http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm and study transitive and intransitive verbs.
January 23, 2015

What?
???
January 22, 2015

art
http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/sculpture/marble.htm Let us know what you think.
January 22, 2015

Grammar
No. You're just guessing. In 1, "Who" should be "Whom" because it's the direct object of the verb "would choose" -- you would choose whom... In 3, "Whom" should be "Who" because it's the subject of the sentence (...
January 22, 2015

Grammar
I disagree. who = subject form whom = object form Please re-think.
January 22, 2015

Trig/ English
You'll need to think of the words that fit. Make sure each word is a trig term. E X P O N E N T What trig term will you write for each letter?
January 22, 2015

Math
28 mpg x 15 gal Multiply the two numbers. What do you get?
January 22, 2015

English
You're welcome!
January 22, 2015

English
In nearly all Wikipedia webpages, there are many further references and external links that are helpful. Take advantage of them. They're at the bottom of the webpage, just as further references are at the end of encyclopedia articles. 1340's -- Medieval times/Middle ...
January 22, 2015

English
The use of the word "trigger" as a verb in the same sentence with "gun" -- that's a play on words, for sure, but I am not sure ... maybe metonymy. http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/tropes.html
January 22, 2015

ARABIC GRAMMAR
You posted this question yesterday and got no responses, right? Do you know why?
January 21, 2015

desktop publishing
In the picture menu, choose the wrap selection you want. Do you want it to wrap around the whole boxed picture? Do you want it to wrap around the shape instead of the box? You must go into your program's menus and figure out which command you need.
January 21, 2015

Fallacy
http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/fallacies/ Scroll down and read about false dichotomy.
January 21, 2015

world geography
Right. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/309972/Kalahari
January 21, 2015

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