1. English
    Jimmy you must leave the room shut the door and be quiet. Which of the following options correctly punctuates the sentence above? A Jimmy, you must leave the room, shut the door, and be quiet. B. Jimmy; you must leave the room, shut the door and be quiet. C. Jimmy you must ...
  2. English
    I really needed help to find an academic journal (not website) based on Marxist theory specifically something talking about money. I looked through tremendous amounts of pdf's so I really need help now.
  3. English
    Which would best describe Gray's feeling's about death?(Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard) A:Death is incredibly sad. B:Death is not concerned with a man's wealth.*** C:Death is not something to give much thought to. D:Death is of greater concern to the poor. Is this correct?
  4. English
    Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the subjunctive mood? A:All me to introduce myself B:If water reaches 32 degrees, it turns to ice. C:I wish you had more confidence in yourself*** Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the imperative mood? A:Try...
  5. English
    I'm writing a personal essay about a novel. Every time I use the title of my novel in the my essay my teacher wants me to underline it. For one part of the essay I'm supposed to talk about if the author has published any other novels. I was just wondering if I should underline...
  6. English
    Choose the mood of the underlined verb. 1. (Look) out of the window and tell me what you see. (1 point) indicative imperative*** subjunctive 2. Yosemite National Park (is) a national treasure. (1 point) indicative*** imperative subjunctive 3. If I (were) you, I’d hike up ...
  7. Honors English 10A
    Last 2 Questions! The primary means of character development in "The Last Judgement" is ______________. A. allusion B. imagery C. metaphor D. dialogue In "The Rhinoceros," the transformation of the inhabitants is an allegory for ________________________. A. how people became ...
  8. Honors English 10A
    Can you please help me with a few more Ms. Sue? Read lines 5-9 from "The Olympic Swimmer." Swimmers swivel, splash, and kick Back and forth in a clear, blue pool; Like fish at play in Neptune's sea. Swimming relaxed, and calm, and free. These stars, like sharks, cut the waves...
  9. Honors English 10A
    Can you please help me with these questions? After reading "The Olympic Swimmer," the reader can conclude that the speaker is most likely _____________. A. a competitive swimmer B. a participant in the Olympics C. a coach at the swim meet D. a dedicated sports enthusiast Which...
  10. English
    In the story "The Lemon Tree Billiards House" Is the narrator trustworthy? Can we believe his story? Explain.
  11. English
    From the story "The Lemon Tree Billiards House", provide 2 examples of a humorous tone and explain why/how this is funny.
  12. health
    In plain English what does this mean? Thank you, There are two confidentiality rules (and their respective settings) in MICA. The first confidentiality rule affects suppression of the display of the entire inner table (i.e., the individual cells) of a report. This occurs when ...
  13. English
    What is the noun clause in this sentence:I like what I see
  14. MATHS
    Problem 1. [24 points] Translate the following sentences from English to predicate logic. The domain that you are working over is X, the set of people. You may use the functions S(x), meaning that “x has been a student of 6.042,” A(x), meaning that “x has gotten an ‘A...
  15. english
    This is from "the Importance of Being Earnest" please help thank you. Match the character from the Importance of Being Earnest to his or her quote. a. Algernon b. Cecily c. Gwendolen d. Jack e. Lady Bracknell f. Miss Prism 1. "from the moment I saw you I distrusted you. I felt...
  16. English
    what line would rhyme with, when you could take a walking in the park?
  17. English
    what line would rhyme with O why do you sit all alone the the dark?
  18. english
    what is the super-natural?
  19. english
    doing a persuasive essay on ANY topic, can someone give me ideas.
  20. English
    Why was Caleb struggling with his individual identity? The book is Called Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks.
  21. English
    Which verb tense is represented by the underlined words below? She (has become) an expert in her field over the past five years. A:Past B:Past perfect C:Present perfect*** Is this correct?
  22. English
    Choose the tense that correctly identifies the unlined verb. 1.An underwater archaeologist(studies) shipwrecks and artifacts from watery graves. A:Present*** B:Present perfect C:Past 2.Archaeologists (have found) underwater treasures such as jewels, precious metals, and even ...
  23. English
    Marxism is both a theory and a social and political movement rooted in the idea that "society is the history of class struggles". Can someone please explain what it means by this, especially the phrase in the quotations
  24. English
    Did I mark the accented and unaccented syllables correctly? Line 1- now AS i WAS young AND eaSY unDER the APple BOUGHS Line 2- abOUT the LILting HOUSE and HAPpy AS the GRASS was GREEN, Line 3- the NIGHT aBOVE the DINgle STARry, Line 4- time LET me HAIL and CLIMB Different poem...
  25. english
    literary technique of story keesh
  26. Math
    Dog Debate UNIT NAME: EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES Directions: The traditional method for calculating a dog's age in dog years is to multiply its age in human years by 7. The chart below describes a different method some veterinarians use to estimate a dog's age based on its ...
  27. English
    How to work on the rhythm of a poem?
  28. English
    In "from The Diary of Samuel Pepy's" what conclusion can you draw about Samuel Pepys from his account of the Great Fire of London? A:He maintained relations with all social strata?*** B:He became a spokesperson of aristocracy. C:He felt responsible for organizing rescue ...
  29. English
    Why would you choose to do a poem in Audio Component?
  30. English
    1. Which event did your school hold? 2. Our school held a fund-rasing event for poor children. [Is 'for poor children' an adjective phrase in this case?] 3. Why did your school hold a fund-raising event? 4. Our school held a fund-raising event for poor children. [Is 'for poor ...
  31. history
    What do the United States and english bill of rights have in common?
  32. history
    In the english bill of rights only protestants could bear arms for defense , this is different than the United States Bill of Rights were pretty much anyone can bear arms? Is this right? Since the protestants were a religion. Not all the people.
  33. English
    I have to do assignment to compare revolutionary war setting, characters and events then and now. how to do this? plz help.
  34. English Help?
    For my lesson I need to create a alternate ending of a story, I chose "Pair of Silk Stockings" by Kate Chopin. I have read the story. I'm not supposed to change the ending, but rather add on to it.. I have to add about 2 pages, but I have no idea what I should bring the story ...
  35. english
    the moon was a ball of green cheese. is this a simile or a metaphor?
  36. English
    Which of the following verbs complete the sentence below? We..... to her before she drove to New York. A:speak B:spoke*** C:have spoken Is this correct?
  37. English
    How would "In a Station of the Metro" change if the bough was bright and lively rather than wet and black?
  38. English
    This is all for the poem "To His Coy Mistress" They're all short answers. 1) What is the speaker trying to convince his mistress to do? 2) Why is she being "coy"? 3) Outline the author's argument in the form of a syllogism or a logical argument where the conclusion is inferred...
  39. English
    Hello. I am needing to know what is the website simplewriter. How exactly do you this? How does it work?
  40. English
    Would it be Sports are an essential part to every high school or would it be Sports is?
  41. English
    1. The defendant pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of petty theft. loaded words***** jargon 2. This medicine can produce harmful side effects. jargon loaded words***** 3. So, what's up? slang colloquialism***** 4. She is a young actress of great potential. cliche sexist ...
  42. English
    One possible theme of call of the wild could be that only the strongest survive. Explain how this relates to darwins theory of natural selection and the survival of the fittest. Do you agree or disagree with this idea? Is there one aspect in which you agree but another with ...
  43. English
    1. Click the sentence in which the subject and action verb have been underlined, and all prepositional phrases are in parentheses. A. (During the Flood), the Ark floated (over the water). B. During the Flood, (the Ark) floated (over the water). C. (During the Flood), the Ark ...
  44. English
    1. She enjoys Mary's singing. 2. She enjoys Mary singing. 3. She enjoys his singing. 4. She enjoys him singing. [Which ones are correct?]
  45. English
    1. In grade seven, I became the captain of my school and held fund-raising events for people in need. ---------------------------------- What is the part of speech of 'for people in need'? Is it an adjective phrase or an adverbial phrase? 2. They will hold a party for their ...
  46. English
    a. prepositional phrase e. infinitive phrase b. appositive phrase f. absolute phrase c. participial phrase d. gerund phrase The Pilgrims, members of a Protestant group "within the Church of England" who demanded reforms in doctrine and worship,sought religious freedom in ...
  47. English
    When you think of separation or isolation, what comes to mind?
  48. English
    When you think of separation or isolation, what comes to mind? It might be helpful to brainstorm or create a mind map. What image(s) could you use to symbolize separation? When you choose your symbol, try to find words that rhyme with it, and write them down.
  49. English
    1. I know that I should look 'at' the good side of my life. 2. I know that I should look 'on' the good side of my life. [Which preposition should we use? Are both okay?] 3. Try to look on the bright side. 4. Try to look at the bright side. [#3 is a common expression. Can we ...
  50. English
    1. He chose not to be angry but happy with his life. 2. He chose not to be angry but to be happy with his life. [Can we use both? Which one is common?] 3. As he started to give motivational speeches, many people got hope through his story. 4. Because he started to give ...
  51. English
    There you are at last! 1. We'd given you up. 2. We'd given up on you. -------------------------------------- In this context, does #1 mean #2? can we use both?
  52. English
    When I was thirteen, I read a story of a man like me. -------------------------------- Does 'man' mean, #1 or #2 in the sentence? 1. an adult human male 2. a human being of either sex; a person.
  53. English
    Indentify the choice that best describes the scentences. When I arrived at the office, I found that the principle was out; apparently, he had contracted the same sickness as half the school. A- simple B- compound C- complex D- compound complex* I'm pretty sure the answer is d...
  54. ENGLISH -
    1. (Who***, Whom)was the first president of the United States?
  55. english
    The narrator found ______ in front of the Post Office.
  56. English
    The basket (that she is holding) is made from palm fronds. independent clause adjective clause adverb clause noun clause If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. simple complex compound compound-complex John was late to dinner and I was late to the movies. simple complex ...
  57. English
    1. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? a. The ladiess’s hates were all purple: they looked so pretty. b. We sat down to eat our meal outside; the night was beautiful. c. The string heavyset fighter won his first fight, and he was featured in the ...
  58. English
    please can u check my work. Thank you. example of a passive sentence: Macaws eat nuts and berries. Nuts and berries are eaten by the Macaw. 1) Capuchin monkeys eat fruit, insects, leaves, small birds and frogs. my answer: Frogs, small birds, leaves, insects and fruit are eaten...
  59. English
    Hello. I would be very grateful for some help. Please help me to make the sentence correct: "Please let me know when the letter comes so that I don't worry / so that I won't worry / for me not to worry / lest I worry." Thank you.
  60. English
    I have an essay to write based on this question, but I'm unsure of exactly what it wants me to analyze/write about: More than one hundred years ago, a writer for the Atlantic Monthly confronted an issue that is still timely. Read the following essay carefully. Then write an ...
  61. English
    I'm unsure how to scan these stanzas and mark the accented (/) and unaccented (u) syllables. Could someone help by copying and pasting the stanzas in their reply and marking the syllables above their lines. These stanzas are from different poems. Any help would be greatly ...
  62. English
    The Cyclops shows that he has no fear of Zeus by _____. A) calling Odysseus a ninny B) asking where Odysseus's ship is C) invoking the name of Poseidon D) eating six of Odysseus's men
  63. English 2
    Imagine that you - like the narrator of Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher - have just arrived at a new place for the first time. Write a five paragraph description essay of the place ( for example, your new room, the local haunted house, the shiny new mall, a busy airport, ...
  64. English
    Choose the best word to describe labyrinths ...His clothes were in tatters, as if he had sailed through labyrinths of coral. A) Circular tunnels B) Blind alleys*** C) Colorful palaces D) Tide pools A labyrinth is a maze right? So is it B, blind alleys. Can someone please check...
  65. English
    Which of the following choices best describes the language used in the extended simile comparing Odysseus to a musician as he strings the bow (lines 142-151, shown below) "But the man skilled in all ways of contending, satisfied by the great bow’s look and heft, like a ...
  66. English
    Penelope proposes the archery contest as a way to _______. A) discover the true identity of the beggar*** B) put off the suitors who want to marry her C) provide amusement for her son, Telemachus D) keep the unruly suitors occupied
  67. English
    Which of the following flaws belongs to the character of Odysseus? A) arrogance, because he feels superior to his men***** B) ungratefulness, because he disregards his men's sacrifice C) cowardice because he lies to the Cyclops about his identity D) recklessness, because be ...
  68. English
    For the following questions, match each word to its definition by filling in the correct letter A. wise B. deceptively charming C. enormous D. passion E. sound; fit F. competing G. awe-inspiring H. sinister; threatening 4. ardor - D 5. sage - A 6. contending - F 7. prodigious...
  69. English
    Read the following sentences adapted from p. 129 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. The boys got into bed. Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom. Kenny was so excited that he was talking a mile a minute-although he realized that he was probably just ...
  70. English
    What is the benefit Bushnell sees in video games? A)They improve kids reflexes*** B)They excite kids about technology C)They fill up our leisure time D)They are an affordable activity The point of the profile "Nolan Bushnell" is to learn about____ A)Bushnell's life B)the rise ...
  71. English
    What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? A) people to reject computers B) computers to rule man and animal C) the natural world to swallow up technology D) computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony*** Am i ...
  72. English/ELA
    Which vocabulary word best fits with the following group of words? Information, awareness, intelligence knowledge explore experiment question I'm not sure which one it is but I'm pretty sure its either C or D.
  73. English
    10) Can you remember the name of the person from ______ you received this information? A) who B) whom*** C) whose D) who's 11) Jen, _____ latest short story was published last week, os only 15 years old. A) who B) whom C) whose**** D) who's 12) Gabi said she needed to finish ...
  74. English
    "But we by love, so much refined,/That ourselves know not what it is./Interassured of the mind./Care less eyes,lips, and hands to miss." Which best restates the paradox that Donne sets forth in these lines? A:Most people do not love their spouses physically, yet cannot be ...
  75. English
    "Farewell, thou child of my right hand..." Which of these is the (most) accurate paraphrase of these words from Ben Jonson's "On My First Son"? A:"Farewell,joy"*** B:"Farewell,Ben" C:"Farewell Father D:Farewell, sin. Is this correct?
  76. English
    ..."that Library where every book shall lie open to one another..." Which of these is the best interpretation of this phrase from John Donne's Meditation 17? A:It is a description of Death*** B:It is a description of God C:It is a description of Hell D:It is a description of ...
  77. English
    Which line "best" states the theme of John Donne's Holy Sonnet 10? A:Rest of bones,and soul's delivery B:"Die not, poor Death, nor yet canst thou kill me."*** C:"Thou art slave to fate, chance, kings, and desperate men." D: And doest with poison, war, and sickness dwell."
  78. English
    "Whoso (list) to hunt, I know where is a hind./ But as for me,alas, there is no more." Which of these is nearest to the word (list), as it is used in the passage above? A:Hates B:Needs C:Wants D:Plans*** "...That with (reiterated) crimes he might/Heap on himself damnation, ...
  79. English
    Identify one conflict from the novel that develops due to the different perspectives of the characters involves. Explain how this conflict affects the characters and serves to advance the plot of the story. In the story the Cay. I can't figure it out if anyone could please ...
    The words over and done may be combined to form a compound word. What is the proper way to create this compound word? A. Overdone B. Doneover C. done-over D. over-done
  81. English
    The author's purpose is to inform the reader. Which statement best demonstrates this intent? a. a verdant rain-forest rises out of the ocean to snow capped peaks. b. Scholars are not sure about the legend but do speculate that the Maori discovered Aotearoa more than 1000 years...
  82. english
    My teacher is giving our classroom books and our assignment is to the find the time period of the book. My book is Death of the Sales man and it was created on 1949, so the time period would be that it was created during World War 2, Berlin Airlift?
  83. English
    Identify the most descriptive and specific way to rewrite the underlined words in the following sentence. Just a few years ago, this road sat next to forests and fields. (Just a few years ago is underlined. a. a short time ago b. recently c. less than a decade ago *** d. ...
  84. English
    How is Penelope's character in The Penelopiad different from her character in The Odyssey? A) she is more bitter*** B) she is more courageous C) she is more subservient In The Penelopia, which of the following BEST describes the tone kept by Penelope when describing Odysseus? ...
  85. English
    He was as fresh as in the month of may
  86. English
    What does the narrator of “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” want? people to reject computers computers to rule man and animal the natural world to swallow up technology computers and living things to live together in a natural harmony My answer: D
  87. English
    What is a thesis? And how do I write one? Select a topic for an argumentative essay and write a thesis (claim) statement. I already have my topic *Are school uniforms a bad idea?*
  88. English
    The hamburger came from Hamburg, Germany, and the hot dog came from Frankfurt. a. simple b. compound **** c. complex d. compound-complex
  89. English
    Which best describes the underlined phrase in the sentence? Living in Salt Lake City was Leatitia's dream. (Living in Salt Lake City is underlined) a. gerund phrase b. participial phrase c. infinitive phrase
  90. English
    1. James Joyce was a great master of stream of consciousness. simple sentence*** compound sentence complex sentence compound-complex sentence 2. Joyce's, however, owed much to French novelist who had used the technique much earlier. simple sentence compound sentence complex ...
  91. English
    Label each group of words as R for run-on sentences or S for correct sentences. A:Many plants have poisonous leaves or fruits, these cause skin irritation or sickness...R B:As a child I learned not to touch the nettle, I learned the hard way...S C:Like most people, I cannot ...
  92. English
    Which of the following sentences has correct punctuation? A:Laura has an Australian dog I have a miniature Schnauzer. B:Laura has an Australian dog, I have a miniature Schnauzer. C:Laura has an Australian dog; I have a miniature Schnauzer.*** Is this correct
  93. English
    choose the letter S if the word group is a sentence or the letter F if the word group is a clause fragment. A:As soon as I heard about them.F B:Because I never seen a moose up close. F C:That the oryx has long,pointed horns that point up. S D:Whoever drew the picture of the ...
  94. English
    High school students are still reading A Separate Peace more than forty years after its publication. Compose an essay describing what you think the book's enduring relevance is. What do the characters and the conflict say to people today? Do you imagine the book will retain ...
  95. English, Language arts
    A huge crowd of students gathers to watch the fight between John Quinn and the narrator in "The Pigman & me". Explain what mood the author creates in the scene and how he created it. Use specific examples. Use the reading selection to help you answer the questions.
  96. English
    1. We have to protect the environment from pollution. 2. We have to protect environment from pollution. [Do we have to put 'the ' before environment or not? Are both okay?]
  97. English
    1. I made up my mind to stop playing computer games. 2. I made a decision to stop playing computer games. 3. I made decisions to stop playing computer games. 4. I made a determination to stop playing computer games. 5. I made determinations to stop playing computer games. [Are...
  98. English
    1. I'm not going to give up on love. 2. I'm not going to give up love. [Are both the same in meaning? Is there any meaningful differences between them?] 3. I want to get over my limitations. 4. I want to get over my limits. [Can we use both 'limitations' and 'limits'? Which ...
  99. English
    Is 'inability' the same as 'disability'? According to the dictionary, they seem to be a little different in use. What about that?
  100. English
    1. He is laughing at the boy. 2. He is laughing in a loud voice toward the boy. 3. He is making a fool of the boy. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3?] 4. A friend in need is a friend indeed. 5. A friend, when you are in need, is a friend indeed. 6. A friend when you are in need is a ...
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