english

posted by .

this check my answer

Words: Deterrent, implication, inequity, infirmity, infringe, innovation, revitalize, sparse, subjective, succinct,


1- 2 When the candidate for mayor saw the sparse turnout for his speech, he knew he had to do something to revitalize his campaign.

3-4 Future innovations in technology, particularly on the Internet, may make it easier or a government to infringe on the privacy of citizen’s computer records.

5-6 Although arthritis can be a painful infirmity, Aunt Fern refuses to let it be a deterrent to her active. For example, she continues to go square-dancing every week.

7-8 All editorials are subjective they represent someone’s opinions. In an editorial for example, writers are free to argue against the inequity of police brutality, instead of just reporting on it.

9-10 A sign may be brief and still have several implications. For example the succinct sign “Dangerous Curve” suggests that drivers should be wary and slow down, that the curve ahead is sharp, and that bad accidents have happened there before.

Words: Deterrent, implication, inequity, infirmity, infringe, innovation, revitalize, sparse, subjective, succinct,



While I was looking through a men’s hair-care magazine, I noticed many ads for toupees and hair thickeners. The (1) implication seemed to be that a man’s baldness is a major (2) deterrent.

Well, I’m not going to let anyone (3) infringe on a man’s right to be bald, or to demoralize those who have already lost heir hair. Listen, all you baldies. You may feel it’s a serious(4) inequity that some heads have only (5) sparse hair while others are thickly covered, but I think bald men including my father are terrifically attractive.

Sure , that’s just my (6) subjective opinion, but I’m not alone. I know another woman whose boyfriend went so far as to shave his head in order to (7) revitalize their tired romance.

My thick-haired boyfriend hasn’t offered to go quite that far, but I wouldn’t offer any (8)deterrent to him if he had an inclination to do the same thing. I know drug companies manufacture medications to produce hair on bald heads, but that’s one (9) innovation I would discourage any man from using. I’d even like to see the day when toupees are as obsolete as hoop skirts. I hate to see all those beautiful, shiny bald heads covered up. Or, to be more (10)succinct :bald is beautiful.
Source(s):

  • English -

    Excellent! All are correct! :-)

  • english -

    Actually there is one wrong which is in the 2nd activity, (2) is infirmly, not deterrent.

  • english -

    sjsjsjjs¡¢ssjak

    sis

    sj

  • english -

    you are right

  • english -

    so what is the correction

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. analogies

    I have to do 20 analogies every week for spelling homework. They are hard to do sometimes. I only have 2 more and if you could help me that would be great. bounty:austerity::rife: parochial, overt, sparse, precarious, sultry too holy:sanctimonious::too …
  2. english

    we're doing vocab and there's some i don't understand -intrepid is to daunt as a. diligent is to tantalize b. incredulous is to hoodwink c. incorrigible is to surmount d. obstreperous is to rejuvenate i think this one is a. but im …
  3. English

    The sentences in each word group below are coherent because they are linked by repetition of the same word, by synonyms and by pronouns. Type the words that tie the sentences together in each group. Each day Gina stuck to her routine. …
  4. english

    Each day Gina stuck to her routine. She rose at six o'clock and sat at her desk writing until noon. At noon she had a light lunch of fruit and milk. After this sparse repast she headed into town to do her shopping. She shopped for …
  5. English

    we learned about objective and subjective opinions authors may have today and although I got every other question, I can't seem to figure out the following two: tell the objective and subjective opinion in each statement and list if …
  6. english

    Good evening, I’m asking some help to improve my english. I’m preparing my first certificate in english of cambridge. I wrote a text with the first sentence given. I’d be so glad if someone help me. Thank you As soon as Roy opened …
  7. English- ms sue

    Please check answers! From the words below, supply the words needed to complete the sentences. Gullible, callous, perfidy, gruff, haphazard, peripheral, succinct. A. While some people thought joe had been GULLIBLE to fall for that …
  8. english/vocabulary

    write each vocabulary words in a syllable and indicate stress marks ?
  9. Vocabulary

    Can you use the following words in a sentence Infirmity Implication Infringe Succinct Sparse Innovation Revitalize Subjective Inequity Deterrent
  10. English

    Which of these words has the same denotative meaning a, but a different connotative meaning than, the word COPIOUS. A. meager B. abundant C. lavish ******* D. sparse An award is given every year to the student ______ has the highest …

More Similar Questions