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L.L
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in elements of drama 3. Press Enter 4. Read lots.

social studies - cheater
No, and even if we did, no one will post them. If you continue this, you'll be banned for your cheating attempts.

English, If anyone did this please help
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=importance+of+being+earnest&* Surely, you'll find some help in at least one of these search results. Just make sure you don't copy and paste anything, or you'll be setting yourself up for ...

English
In #1 and #3, "for my birthday" means that was the reason for the gift. It could have been given ON your birthday or ON another day, but it's not exact. In #2, "on my birthday" is exact. It was given to you ON the exact day you celebrate your birthday.

ENGLISH
Did you figure it all out? The ellipsis (...) is used to indicate missing words in a quoted work, not a pause or a shift in content. Here's what you should have done: "I think we should wait a little longer, at least until the rain shows some signs of slowing down,&...

ENGLISH
Read about the ellipsis here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/ellipsis.htm Read about dashes here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/marks/dash.htm Read about commas here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm Then make corrections.

English, Language arts
Possibly. Read this carefully and then decide. http://typesofirony.com/the-3-types-of-irony/

quick question
Of course. They are plays or screenplays set to music. Did you see La La Land this year?

English
I agree. Nice job!

English
When they answer the question "why," then they are adverbial. 1 is correct. 2 and 3 are correct. Re-think the others and let us know.

English
That's not really a thesis statement because you don't take any arguable position about anything. You have stated facts, but that's about all. Read through these -- http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html -- especially the first two. Then try again.

english
"Her class lies late and snores" You MIGHT be able to get away with saying there's some alliteration in this line, but since you need to consider all four lines, that is clearly not the answer for this particular question. Except for your incorrect definition of ...

English
You're welcome.

English
Almost! Just remove "to" after "reasonable" and you'll be all set! =)

English
Exactly that. Make the first sentence stop there and start a new sentence. Starting a new sentence will require some re-wording, which I've also told you how to do.

English
You followed some of my directions but not all. Re-do.

English
You don't get what? I told you exactly how to fix this sentence! If you rewrite it all, as I told you above, I'll check it for you.

English
I'd omit "to accept" and "as" and "and improve to" and put a period after "acceptable." I'd change "it" to "This practice" What do you get?

English
This makes no sense. Is there some punctuation missing and/or some excess words that need removing?

English
All these sentences need at least one correction. I'll do one for you -- 3) Even though basketball and football are different sports, they share many similarities, such as having four quarters, as well as offense and defense. There are multiple studies that show that ...

English -- ??
What is your question about this badly written sentence?

Work Ethics
http://www.dictionary.com Look these words up and let us know what YOU THINK.

Work Ethics
See your other posts. What do YOU think?

English
The word "same" can be an adjective, adverb, or noun, depending on how it's used. In all these sentences, "same" seems to be used as a noun since the word "the" is in front of it. In those sentences, "same" (as a noun) is used as a ...

work ethics
No.

work ethics
Of course.

Information system
It can be, yes.

English
Study your other posts. Then let us know what you decide about each one.

English
See your other post.

English
9. "for my son's birthday" is serving as an adjective phrase modifying "present," yes. It's a phrase because there's no subject/verb in it, and it's an adjective phrase because it's modifying/describing a noun. 10. In this sentence the ...

Philosophy check my answers
http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/fallacies/

Social Studies
Here's a wonderful photo -- in tribute to these very talented men! http://twitter.com/BeschlossDC/status/840577611566850048

AP English Literature
Didn't King Claudius already do this? Isn't that why Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were sent to England? http://www.reference.com/art-literature/claudius-send-hamlet-england-be6ae53ee6b1a464

english
"The standard methods of communication are speaking or writing by a sender and listening or reading the receiver. Most communication is oral, with one party speaking and others listening." http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study-guides/principles-of-management/communication...

english
First of all, what have you been taught that "the initial background research step" is?

??
Do you mean English or ELA? I don't see a poem. If you post one, someone may be able to help.

English
You're very welcome!

English
http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/page_278.html I agree. Make sure you use this fantastic website whenever you're reading Shakespeare's plays. Bookmark it now. It always has Shakespeare's English in the left column and modern-day English in the right column. ...

English
I can try.

English
Yes, B.

English
http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/page_136.html Read through this (column on the right is in modern-day English), and let us know what you think.

??
All subjects? Looks like MATH to me!

English
Here's another good website for learning about verb moods: http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verbs.htm Scroll down and read about Subjunctive Mood and Conditionals. These should give you more examples to help you understand the subjunctive mood.

English
Well, verbs aren't people, so they aren't moody! But they do have what grammarians call moods. Indicative mood -- that's when we use verbs to make statements or ask questions. Imperative mood -- that's when we give commands Subjunctive mood -- that's mostly...

Politics
Exactly, Ms. Sue! =)

Politics
This drone footage shows the extent of the flooding in a suburban area north of Houston at the end of May, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpmUlZyoxg0 As a result of this film and several others taken over different areas, county officials and utility districts have ...

Politics
Why not both?

??
This sounds like someone just asking to be banished.

literture
Yes, drama (plays) and poems can be either fiction or non-fiction.

Science
You're welcome.

Science
Read many of these articles in the search results: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=high+speed+rail+in+the+us&* Let us know what you decide.

LA Connections Academy
Yes

English
#1 is correct, yes. You need both the comma after "wondering" and the question mark at the end.

English
Q1. Either one works. Q2. In 11 and 12, since the prepositional phrase occurs immediately after "gift" (a noun), it's being used as an adjective.

English
#1 is not correct. #s 2 and 3 are correct, but #3 is better, I think.

@A person who is a girl
You are now banned from posting here because of your blatant cheating. =(

English
Yes, in #8, the phrase "for your birthday" is an adjective phrase because it directly describes/modifies "gift." Also, the main verb in this sentence is a form of the verb "to be" instead of an action verb (got, received) In the previous sentences...

English
In #6, I received a gift on the date of the birthday. Is it right? yes In #7, is it different as you mentioned before? Yes, you could have received it on your actual birthday or on a day near your birthday. What about the part of speech of 'on my birthday' and 'for...

social studies
http://www.google.com/#q=us+map+1850s+cities&* Study the images here.

English
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1489002707#1489002707.1489005327

@Keon
Please answer Reed's questions re title and author.

Philosophy
Emojiess is now banned for all the nonsense and non-answers and wrong answers she/he has been posting. I'm removing as many as I can.

??
Your typing makes no sense. Be sure you look up the difference between "effect" and "affect" -- then try again. Also, please use correct capitalization and punctuation -- AND type something that makes sense.

geography
That question is SO SPECIFIC, it must be answered in your text. Have you read and re-read it with this particular question in mind? If so, then read it again. It must be in there.

literature
You're welcome!

literature
I agree with you that the answer is C. http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/writing/style Yes, rhetorical devices, literary terms, stylistic devices -- all are different terminology for basically the same thing.

social studies
Which? Are you given choices? Or are you supposed to find the wording in your text?

MATH
DUH BAKA = CHEACH PLEASE How weird to be answering yourself!! Only Bosnian needs thanking! =)

English
Yes, #4 means #2, and yes, the comma is needed.

ELA
No one here is going to write your assignment for you, but if you post what YOU THINK, someone might be able to critique your writing and thinking for you.

@Young Trippy Lil G
I've put you on time-out for a couple of days because of all the non-answers and wrong answers you've posted so far today. Please restrict yourself to asking your own homework questions and let the actual tutors help other students.

Science
Discuss your opinion of the consequences of artificial selection and the advantages and disadvantages of using genetic information in society. Do you have your opinion formed yet? If not, you need to do this first. Use facts from your research to support your opinion. Cite the...

Math -- Connections cheater
This is your only warning -- Those who ask to cheat or who offer to help other cheat will be banned from using this website. Be aware.

science
Good plan!

science
Be sure you find out where Young got this information ... just so you cite it correctly and don't get nailed for plagiarism!

English
You're welcome!

English
Sorry, Marylyn. I misread the question. Yes, B is incorrectly punctuated. There needs to be a comma after "hurt" in that sentence.

English
B is NOT the answer.

Language arts
Did you read any of the search results in the link I posted above? Read several; then come back to your question.

Language arts
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=alliteraton+reasons&*

Language arts
I see a line in which s's are repeated. I see another line in which d's are repeated. If you read this OUT LOUD, you'll hear what the poet intended you to hear and understand.

Language arts
That's your assignment. What is YOUR question about your assignment?

Technical writing
I disagree. Again ... study that link I gave you about comma uses.

Technical writing
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm

Technical writing
I'm not saying yes or no. Read up on comma uses here, and then decide between A and B.

Technical writing
I disagree.

Technical writing
I don't see any correctly punctuated sentences there. C comes closest, but it needs a comma after 2013.

Technical writing
I agree.

english
See your other post.

english
Have you read that part of Odyssey? If you've read it, the answers to these questions are not difficult. Post what YOU THINK, and someone here will check your work.

LanguageArts
You write it, and someone here will check it for you.

Language Arts
That's your assignment, which no one here will write for you. What kind of help do you need with your assignment?

Math
You could have googled it and found out in less than a minute!! http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=555

English
All are correct and are fine to use. =)

english
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=iliad+and+odyssey+in+today's+world&* Read as many of these search results as possible. Let us know what you decide to write.

College English
Comparison = how they're similar Contrast = how they're different Have you brainstormed or listed their differences? That's where you must start since you already have stated their similarities. However, I really don't know how anyone can possibly write an ...

Writing
I haven't read the story, but that sounds logical, given who Hughes was and the times and place he lived.

Writing
Combine your two last responses.

Writing
"What audience" means whom was he writing for. All kinds of people can read his story, but for whom was he mainly writing this story?

Writing
The question isn't asking what the main point is. Please re-read the question.

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