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What adj. is when someone drop out of school?

  • English 7 -

    I don't understand your question.

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    like when decribing someone for dropping out of school (Hitler). This is my english homework I have to evelaute the historical person (Hitler). Hitler drop out of school (said in article) and I thinking of a adj. to decribing him of doing that. The article Im reading is The Maniac Who Murdered Millions: Adolph Hitler 1/1/2003. I would give you the site of where they wrote this article but I can't because I not aloud to on this hw site.

    Here are the questions my teacher ask us on the wk sheet

    1. Evaluate you histoical figure. Use evidence from the text to support your answer
    2. How did the setting in which indivividual lived impact (affect) his or her life?
    3. Explain why the historical figure you chose would be considered a character with character.

  • English 7 -

    Laruen -- the fact that Hitler dropped out of school is not important.

    Concentrate on the awful things he did to his own people as well as the rest of Europe.

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    Ok
    The story is really hard my teacher gave use hard stories but she said we have to try.

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    what does anti-semitism means????

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    http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005175

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    Ms. Sue I really need help this is really REALLY hard :(

  • English 7 -

    Your teacher is absolutely right! You need to really try to understand this article about Hitler.

    Did you read the article I posted above about anti-semitism?

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    Never Mind Ms. Sue I ask my mom for help and NOW i got it covered!

    Good Night!

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