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August 29, 2016

Posts by Writeacher

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English
I don't understand what you mean by "with (the) opening of the sea" -- I guess because in my mind, the sea never closes. 2 is fine.
June 15, 2016

health care
http://www.google.com/search?q=using+certified+EHR+technology&oq=using+certified+EHR+technology&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.1470j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and let us know what you discover.
June 14, 2016

English
The words in 1 are spelled correctly, but the words in 2 are not.
June 14, 2016

English
Both children and adults use all those terms, yes.
June 14, 2016

math
Jeremiah is almost right. 5m * 8m = 40 square meters
June 14, 2016

English
Sentence 2 is correct. I'd phrase 3 differently, and I wouldn't use 4. 3. He narrowly escaped drowning. (meaning he was swimming on his own) [He narrowly escaped being drowned <~~ This means he was with someone who tried to drown him, but he escaped.]
June 14, 2016

English
Sentence 2 is incorrect. Sentences 3 and 4 mean the same as what you're trying to say in sentence 2, so I'd use 3 and 4, or substitute "thoroughly" in place of "closely" in sentence 3. You could also say, "I'll take a good look at your ...
June 14, 2016

English
Yes. 3 and 4 are the same. 5 and 6 are now fine.
June 14, 2016

English
All are grammatically correct, but 4 and part of 5 and 6 don't make good sense. 4. I understand visiting his uncle, but why would he visit the house? 5. I understand dropping by the bakery, but not dropping by his grandma. 6. I understand coming by the bakery, but not ...
June 14, 2016

English
Does sentence 1 mean that the bird fell out of the sky and down into a tree? If so, then it's correct. Sentence 2, though, means the bird was in the tree and fell to a lower branch in the same tree. 3 and 4 are correct and mean the same thing. 5 is strange, though. I'...
June 13, 2016

English
You can use past tense in the third sentence if you wish, but it's not necessary.
June 13, 2016

English
Rather than "hit against..." I'd say, "He ran into the flowerpot many times."
June 13, 2016

English
All are correct, but #2 would probably be used mostly in some kind of literature. It's not the everyday way to phrase this. The others are fine.
June 13, 2016

English
"Who is it?" is just a common expression. If the person inside says "Who are you?" it comes across as a bit insulting. This is one of those idiomatic things that really defies explanation!
June 13, 2016

Math - needs help
Your School Subject is Math, not gscc, whatever that is.
June 13, 2016

history
That's your assignment. What is your question about your assignment?
June 13, 2016

English
The preposition "of" is what we use in this expression.
June 12, 2016

Health Science
That's your assignment. You must research these diseases -- especially in your text for the course -- and then write your answers. If your text doesn't give you all the answers you need, use the online research method I gave you in your previous post. If you want ...
June 12, 2016

Health Science
You're welcome.
June 12, 2016

Health Science
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in contraceptive (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. Be sure to spell it correctly. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need. 4. Re-search with different search terms if you don&#...
June 12, 2016

English
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/infinitive.htm Study that webpage and then give these a try. Someone will check your work if you try.
June 12, 2016

English
No one here will just hand you all these answers. You need to indicate what you think first.
June 12, 2016

English
I'll get you started on the second set here: 1. The first census of our country was taken in 1790. of, in = prepositions of our country, in 1790 = prepositional phrases 2. Tons of violets are made into perfume each year. of, into = prepositions of violets, into perfume = ...
June 12, 2016

English
And you think the answers are ... ?
June 12, 2016

history
"It is not a good idea for consumers to spend on credit cards because it gives a false sense of security you have money that you really do not have. It can be both good and bad to buy on credit." You have contradicted yourself in your first two sentences.
June 11, 2016

English
Which quotation occurs nearer the beginning of the story? That's usually where major foreshadowing occurs.
June 11, 2016

English
Right
June 11, 2016

English
No. That's your assignment. If you write it and post it, someone here might look it over for you, though.
June 11, 2016

Home Economics
Some say three; some say five; some say seven. You should probably go back into your text to be sure. http://www.google.com/search?q=three+areas+of+home+economics&oq=three+areas+of+home+economics&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.5221j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
June 11, 2016

English
Since "like" is followed by a clause in every sentence, it needs to be replaced with "as if." if "like" were followed by a phrase or a word, then it's fine. In casual English, "like" is used more and more as a conjunction, but in my ...
June 11, 2016

English
I would use "healthful" when referring to life, food, and activities. I would use "healthy" when referring to someone or an animal that is not sick. Where do you think you should replace "healthy" with "healthful"?
June 11, 2016

History
http://www.google.com/search?q=archimedes&oq=archimedes&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.2581j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
June 11, 2016

English
Once a baby is born, it's best not to use "it"! I'd use "he" and then wait to see if the parents correct me.
June 10, 2016

English
1 means the dog has a home, but is missing. His owners are probably frantically looking for him. 2-4 mean about the same thing, but be sure to put "an" before "ownerless."
June 10, 2016

English
1-3 are fine (correct the spelling of "master" in #1), and yes, in 3, "Master" is a proper noun. 4. Your explanation is all correct. 5. ... the master ... 6. OK as it is. 7. OK as it is.
June 10, 2016

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. 3 and 4 mean the same thing, too.
June 10, 2016

English
1 is the more common expression. 3 and 4 are both correct. 5 and 6 mean the same thing. 7 has to do with one's eyes themselves, not with what one sees.
June 10, 2016

8th grade algebra 1 b
Thank you, Ms. Sue. =)
June 10, 2016

Cheating?
What? You want someone to help you cheat?? It won't happen here.
June 10, 2016

English (Plays)
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/ourtown/ Let us know if you agree with John T or not!
June 10, 2016

Intro to computers 1
"Event Viewer is a tool that displays detailed information about significant events (for example, programs that don't start as expected or updates that are downloaded automatically) on your computer. Event Viewer can be helpful when troubleshooting problems and errors...
June 10, 2016

English
It's very awkward to use a title in place of someone's name. If you put a name after the first instance of "master" and then use the name from then on, it will read better. The sentences are all very short, and when reading, it sounds rather "choppy.&...
June 10, 2016

geography
What's your question?
June 10, 2016

English
That's your assignment. What don't you understand?
June 10, 2016

History
Those are your assignments. What is your question about your assignment?
June 10, 2016

Social studies
Do you have choices?
June 10, 2016

Politics
There are probably as many answers to this question as there are people who will vote for him. This is not something we can generalize about.
June 9, 2016

None
Whichever is most difficult.
June 9, 2016

Social studies
Who's Nancy??
June 9, 2016

geography
And you think it's ... ?
June 9, 2016

Civics
http://www.onelook.com/?w=propaganda&ls=a http://www.onelook.com/?w=bias&ls=a Let us know what you decide.
June 9, 2016

Basics of a business plan
http://www.appliedmaterials.com/ What helpful information can you find at this company's website?
June 9, 2016

Math Makes Sense Grade 3
That's your assignment. What's your question about your assignment?
June 8, 2016

Language Arts
Ahhh, you're correct. A and D are both correct. In A, the gerund phrase is the subject. In D, the gerund phrase is the object of the preposition "after." If you can choose only one, you should contact your teacher first!
June 8, 2016

French
We must ALWAYS proof stuff before we hit that Send button!! My daughter and grandkids get huge laughs about what I send them sometimes ... especially if it's quickly followed by *correction* and a blushing face!!!
June 8, 2016

History
Yes, Europe.
June 8, 2016

english
Hooray! We don't need people whose automatic reaction is unacceptable language on Jiskha.
June 8, 2016

Civics
PS -- You should never post a question here marked "URGENT" -- I don't care how many exclamation points you use! You cannot bet that someone is just sitting around at his or her computer waiting for students to post questions!
June 8, 2016

Civics
Right
June 8, 2016

English
Sentence 1 is very good. Sentence 2 is wordy; I wouldn't use it.
June 8, 2016

Math -- the whole test?
You submitted the entire test? Talk about a massive attempt to cheat. =(
June 8, 2016

LA walk two moons
Thank you!
June 7, 2016

LA walk two moons
Absolutely, Ms. Sue.
June 7, 2016

Huge, repeat cheater
NO!
June 7, 2016

English
Yes, all are correct.
June 7, 2016

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#sequence http://www.englishgrammar.org/sequence-tenses/
June 7, 2016

English
The tenses in 1 and 3 are right. In 2, the tenses are correct if you mean (in both sentences) that she is not happy anymore.
June 7, 2016

technology
12x5= ??
June 7, 2016

Chemistry?
You really need to choose ONE screen name and keep it. It's childish to keep changing yours from "quick help needed" to other non-names you've used. Also ... if you typed Chemistry in the School Subject box, you'd be more likely to get a response from ...
June 7, 2016

English
Yes, "out" can either be there or not, and the meaning is the same.
June 7, 2016

English
I don't think any of the tutors here have read this work. You might try openstudy.com or enotes.com.
June 7, 2016

English
3 and 4 are incorrect. 1 is awkward. 2 is correct.
June 6, 2016

Language arts
=)
June 6, 2016

Language arts
Good answer, Music Lover. Caution, though -- NEVER post personal information about yourself or ask personal questions of other students. Thanks.
June 6, 2016

SOCIAL?
That's your assignment -- without any capital letters!! What don't you understand about your assignment?
June 6, 2016

Social Studies
I found all these linked articles, too, when I searched for writing opinion paper on history political: http://www.google.com/search?q=writing+opinion+paper+on+historical+political&oq=writing+opinion+paper+on+historical+political&aqs=chrome..69i57.22957j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=...
June 6, 2016

Social Studies
"Im gonna..." Please write better than this in your paper. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com Type in lincoln reconstruction plan Press the Enter key. Read lots and take very good notes, including where you got each piece of information from. I found ...
June 6, 2016

Social Studies
Take the directions apart to make sure 1) you understand them all and 2) don't omit anything. 1. For this project, you will develop and support your position regarding the best Reconstruction plan for the nation. 2. Choose ONE -- Lincoln's plan, Johnson's plan or ...
June 6, 2016

English
The verb in this sentence is active: John hit the baseball. [The subject (John) did the hitting; therefore, it's an active verb.] The verb in this sentence is passive: The baseball was hit by John. [The subject (baseball) did not do the hitting; therefore; it's a ...
June 6, 2016

English grammar
See your other post. I'll be happy to check your work once you study that webpage and state what YOU THINK the adverbs, etc., are.
June 6, 2016

English grammar
Notice the correct spelling of "grammar"! Study this webpage and let us know what you decide: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adverb.htm
June 6, 2016

English
All mean approximately the same thing, but as always, the more concise you are, the better. Sentence 1 is the best. The others become wordy!
June 6, 2016

English
1. I feel alone in the living room. 2. I feel lonely in the living room. 3. I feel lone in the living room. ------------------ Are #1 and #2 the same? #3 is wrong, right? You are correct, yes. =============== 4. He is driving on a lonely road. 5. He is driving on a lone road. ...
June 5, 2016

English
1 and 2 mean the same, yes. 3 and 4 mean the same. 5 is correct, but 6 is not. The word "astray" is an adverb and is usually used in phrasing like this ~~> They were looking for their child who had gone astray. Yes, "blurry" and "clear" are ...
June 5, 2016

English
Yes, you could use any of those pronouns.
June 5, 2016

English
You can, but it's not a common expression for this purpose.
June 5, 2016

English
Anonymous is right. 1, 3, and 4 are right. 2 is not.
June 5, 2016

language arts
Please use your text, 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 reasons for anti-semitism (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different search results until you ...
June 5, 2016

chemistry
http://www.google.com/search?q=define%3A+scientific+method&oq=define%3A+scientific+method&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.21336j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
June 5, 2016

Vocabulary
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1465038432
June 4, 2016

Vocabulary
Again???
June 4, 2016

Vocabulary
C, yes -- as in "terrific" (producing terror).
June 4, 2016

Vocabulary
A is correct. Please don't switch your screen name. We know who you are!!
June 4, 2016

Someone please help
Good for you! =)
June 4, 2016

Political science
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in realism (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need. 4. Re-search with the different search terms.
June 4, 2016

Social Studies(I need websites to do these please)
You're very welcome!
June 4, 2016

Social Studies(I need websites to do these please)
Live links! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_South_Carolina#Historical_demographics and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_South_Carolina http://www.scbar.org/public/files/docs/LRE/pccontent.pdf
June 4, 2016

Social Studies(I need websites to do these please)
http://www.google.com/search?q=voting+rights+act+1965&oq=voting+rights+act+1965&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.6139j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_South_Carolina#Historical_demographics and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
June 4, 2016

social studies
And you think it's ... ?
June 4, 2016

biology
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in crickets (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.
June 4, 2016

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