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November 28, 2014

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Language Arts
Go to http://www.google.com and search for catching Jordan theme.
October 27, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Research each name at www.google.com, and read, read, read. Don't guess.
October 27, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Incorrect
October 26, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Reread the question. Then think, don't guess. If you're not sure of the meaning of every single word in the question, be sure to look them up. Http://www.onelook.com
October 26, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Research each term/word at www.google.com, and read, read, read. Don't guess.
October 26, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Incorrect. Did you actually read and understand ALL the words in the question? Research at www.google.com, and read, read, read. Don't guess.
October 26, 2014

Langauge
1 and 2. Almost correct. There's a second verb in each sentence. 3 and 4. Correct.
October 26, 2014

English
You're welcome. =)
October 26, 2014

English
No comma splice, but you don't need the comma after "towel" because that's not a compound sentence.
October 26, 2014

English
I wouldn't use "that." She has the determination to finish her master's degree in one year, not two. His determination to find a new and better job is strong because he and his fiancée are planning a big wedding.
October 26, 2014

English composition
Yes. Your thesis lays out three ways in which they regained their alphabet. Now in your paper, you need to devote at least one paragraph for each of those ways, and in each paragraph explain exactly how that particular point helped them regain it.
October 26, 2014

eng
Change "opened" (past tense) to "open" (present tense).
October 26, 2014

social studies
repetion?
October 26, 2014

criminal justice
Read, read, read ... http://www.google.com/search?q=rights+of+the+accused+is+emphasized+by+the+crime+control+model&oq=rights+of+the+accused+is+emphasized+by+the+crime+control+model&aqs=chrome..69i57.8100j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
October 26, 2014

criminal justice
Be sure to read the Related Questions below.
October 26, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
http://www.google.com/search?q=distal+supervision&oq=distal+supervision&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l3.4437j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
October 26, 2014

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=latchkey+children
October 26, 2014

GRAMMAR
Which do you think is correct?
October 26, 2014

english
Other than the first place you've already corrected, the other things seem to be a lot of unneeded repetition. I'd do this: To protect children from labor abuse, however, U.S. law sets the minimum age for employment at 14 for most non-agricultural work and limits ...
October 26, 2014

Spanish
I"ll send this to our Spanish expert, Sra.
October 26, 2014

history
Your text must have an entire chapter or unit on this very broad topic. In addition, to what part of the world is this question referring? Europe? The US and Canada? South America? China? India? Where? The answer requires an extensive essay. You write it, and someone here will...
October 26, 2014

Economy, management, corporate governance
You're expecting that someone here will do this whole assignment for you?
October 25, 2014

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
Excellent!! You're very welcome!
October 25, 2014

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
Right. If a passive sentence tells you who did the action of the verb, it'll be in a "by..." phrase. In this sentence, the subject is "report" -- which cannot mail anything, right? =)
October 25, 2014

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
Who did the actual mailing?
October 25, 2014

Criminal Justice/Report Writing
Active voice is when the subject is doing the action of the verb. Passive voice is when the subject is NOT doing the action of the verb. What's the verb in that sentence?
October 25, 2014

8th grade language arts
Someone here will be happy to check what YOU THINK.
October 25, 2014

music appreciation
What following?
October 25, 2014

BRAINMATH
26?
October 24, 2014

To Girl Friday and Makenzie
DO NOT treat this website like a chat room, and especially DO NOT post personal information, including phone numbers, here.
October 24, 2014

Civics PLEASE HELP ME!
You're welcome. =)
October 24, 2014

Civics PLEASE HELP ME!
I'd start out with "Dear George ..."
October 24, 2014

Civics PLEASE HELP ME!
In the Declaration of Independence, the signers gave 18 (if I'm remembering right) reasons why they were "breaking up" with England. Find that list, and start writing your letter. http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/declaration_transcript.html Do you have ...
October 24, 2014

Civics PLEASE HELP ME!
What is "a breakup letter"?
October 24, 2014

for Tory - Latin
dabo = future -- it should be "I will give..." Sorry I didn't catch that sooner.
October 24, 2014

english 1
I haven't read either of these, but the question is a very "surface level" question. That is, if you have read these, the answer should be obvious. Let us know what you come up with.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Did you see the post I left for you at the top of the message board?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
You're very welcome!! I'm glad you stuck with this and figured out how to take the sentences apart so you could translate them!!
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Yes. Now, if your teacher disagrees, you'll know that s/he considers reginae to be genitive and poetae to be dative. But I think you're right.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
So the subjects will show the poet's villa to the queen? Be sure to rewrite your translation to indicate that.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
=) Yes, you are! The only thing I'd change in #10 is how you use poetae and reginae. It's one of these -- which one do you think, and why? The farmer and the woman showed the queen's farmhouse to the poet. or The farmer and the woman showed the poet's farmhouse...
October 24, 2014

Latin I
reginae = dative singular queen Other than that, #9 is correct.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Oh, wait -- puellae = dative singular girl, not girls
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Right!
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Yes, right!
October 24, 2014

Latin I
" ... were working the land" would be better since there's no preposition to give you "on." If it were "on the land", the Latin would read ... in terra (with a long mark over the "a").
October 24, 2014

Latin I
I'd use "homeland" or "fatherland" but the rest is right. =)
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Right ... but only the genitive will make sense in #4. How will you translate that with patriae as a possessive form? What does the homeland/fatherland own in that sentence?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Did you get stuck? Or did you finish the sentences OK? Did you figure out #4?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
#5 is correct.
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Not "from" -- there's no preposition there that would give you "from." What else can the -ae ending mean?
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Yes ... or "you are building"
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Yes ... or "we told"
October 24, 2014

Latin I
Here's a pretty good online Latin dictionary ... with some grammar help, too: http://latin-dictionary.net/
October 24, 2014

Latin I
First, locate the verb in each one. Translate it. Then locate the subject. Translate it. After that, you should be able to fill in the rest. I'll do the first one for you; then it'll be your turn. (No guessing, though! That'll be obvious!) Poetae pecuniam dabo. ...
October 24, 2014

math
Casey = Harry Potter
October 24, 2014

History
"changes in perspective" This is the basis of the question you need to answer. In other words, how did people in 1992 (and today, to be sure) impose their values on the actions of someone who lived in 1892 ... or even 1492?
October 24, 2014

History
Casey plagiarized from this website: http://www.encyclopediavirginia.org/Confederate_Battle_Flag
October 24, 2014

ENGLISH 9 Clauses
You're very welcome!
October 24, 2014

ENGLISH 9 Clauses
You are correct for the first sentence. The "who" clause is nonessential because "her mother" is already a clearly identified person as the antecedent. The second sentence, though, is the opposite. Without the "who" clause, it could be referring ...
October 24, 2014

people
None, apparently!
October 24, 2014

English II
You write it, and someone here will critique it for you. 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: 1. Write all the information about one of your topics on one page...
October 23, 2014

Language Arts HELP!
Yes
October 23, 2014

Language Arts HELP!
Are you guessing? Or are you sure?
October 23, 2014

biology
You should read through the Related Questions below.
October 23, 2014

celebrating Diversity
Your question is incomplete. Please proof it and re-post.
October 23, 2014

History
Actually it looks as if there are 2 right answers here. What do you think?
October 23, 2014

Latin I
You're very welcome!
October 23, 2014

Latin I
Right!
October 23, 2014

Latin I
The -ba- syllable makes this verb past tense. Which of the four is in the past tense?
October 23, 2014

English
Correct ~~> 1, 3, 5, 7. All the nouns are considered collective nouns: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/collectivenoun.htm
October 23, 2014

English
2 and 3 are correct. 5 and 6 mean approximately the same thing, but 7 is not quite the same because of the verb tense. It's almost the same, but not quite.
October 23, 2014

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/transitions.htm The word "or" is a conjunction. Be sure to read through the different lists as you scroll down this webpage to see what you think would work well.
October 22, 2014

guidance
About age 10 and up ... yes, C would be correct. Below age 10, for the most part, C is not correct. What does your text say?
October 22, 2014

guidance
What age children?
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
I agree.
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
I agree!
October 22, 2014

medical billing and coding 2
See below.
October 22, 2014

int.science
You're welcome. Google, WolframAlpha, and Khan Academy (www.khanacademy.org) should be high on your list of places to check when you have problems/questions like this one. =)
October 22, 2014

int.science
Sometimes you can enter these things in www.google.com or www.wolframalpha.org and find out.
October 22, 2014

int.science
I have absolutely no idea! Sorry.
October 22, 2014

Medical Billing and 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 cpt codes (or whatever search terms you need). ...
October 22, 2014

earth
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1302704011
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
Yes.
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
Have you looked at a map? What is the line that runs left to right across the northern section of Brazil on annotated maps? http://www.mapsofworld.com/brazil/
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
Isn't the tilt of the earth the primary factor in seasons for all areas on the globe?
October 22, 2014

Social Studies
right
October 22, 2014

Grammar
#1 needs one more comma. #2 needs three more commas.
October 22, 2014

Grammar
And don't forget the commas before and after the film title, as well as putting the title in italics.
October 21, 2014

Grammar
I'd be marking you off for that. Maybe your teacher would let you get away with it, but I wouldn't!
October 21, 2014

Grammar
1. Do NOT put the title of the film in all-caps. DO put the title of the film in italics. 2. "about a man..." (not "of") 3. "became" would be better than "turned into" Everything else looks good.
October 21, 2014

Grammar
And I can already see verb tense errors in the italicized revision I wrote above!!
October 21, 2014

Grammar
"Overall, the historical epic, Gandhi, is a riveting, biographical masterpiece about a man who rose from being a simple lawyer and was transformed into a worldwide symbol of peace and understanding; an epic film that is worthy of its multiple Academy Awards and praise.&...
October 21, 2014

Business English
You write it up, and someone here will critique it for you. Remember to follow ALL directions.
October 21, 2014

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/
October 21, 2014

english
Pay attention to the parts in bold -- Birches BY ROBERT FROST When I see birches bend to left and right Across the lines of straighter darker trees, I like to think some boy's been swinging them. But swinging doesn't bend them down to stay As ice-storms do. Often you ...
October 21, 2014

English
1 and 2 are both correct, but 2 is much more commonly used. 3 - 8: All are grammatically correct (if you correct the spelling of "make' in 3), but these are commonly used: 3 and 8. Numbers 4 and 5 would be better if you use "noise" instead of "noises.&...
October 21, 2014

English
The word "it" undoubtedly refers to her surroundings, wherever she was (library, classroom, dorm room, or ?) She couldn't concentrate on her studies ...
October 21, 2014

speech
Goodness sakes ... if you can't even write a complete sentence for your question, how will you write a good speech? http://www.google.com/search?q=informative+speech+topics&oq=informative+speech+topics&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.4383j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=119&ie=UTF-8
October 21, 2014

social studies
Be sure to read through the Related Questions below; then let us know if you still think it's C or is one of the others.
October 21, 2014

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