1. English
    What is the prepositional phase in this sentence.... The elderly woman named fondly while straightening the mess from her grandchild visit.
  2. english
    1. It is 10km away from this island to that island. 2. It is 10km from this island to that island. ---------------------------- Are both okay? Do we have to use 'away' or not? Is 'It' refers to 'the distance'? • English - Brea today at 3:10am Second one makes sense, first ...
  3. English
    1. A few years later, she even made an organization, Empower Orphans, which sends food, clothes, books, and many other things to orphans. 2. A few years later, she even made an organization, Empower Orphans, and it sends food, clothes, books, and many other things to orphans...
  4. English
    1. They were poor because they were not educated. [Is 'educated' an adjective or a past participle? Is 'were educated' a passive tense? Or is it 'Verb + Adjective' structure?] 2. She wanted to help with their education. [What is the meaning of 'with' in this sentence?]
  5. English
    1. It is 10km away from this island to that island. 2. It is 10km from this island to that island. ---------------------------- Are both okay? Do we have to use 'away' or not? Is 'It' refers to 'the distance'?
  6. character education
    Which language is most commonly used in business and science? French Hebrew English C? Which of the following is MOST likely to be understood by all cultures? images gestures language A?
  7. english
    From "Ten Songs" Passports can’t do what ________ does. (1 point) an airplane a yew tree a committee**** an atlas Who offered the narrator a chair? (1 point) the consul a committee the speaker**** Hitler The narrator saw_______ in a jacket. (1 point) Hitler a politician**** ...
  8. English Language Arts
    Which sentence uses the past form of an irregular verb? A. My friend is keeping a journal. B. Adam has seen that movie ttwice. C. Elsa gave me this book. D. We listened to thew weather report. Whatd does the present perfect tense show? A. action that began in the past and ...
  9. English
    1. She said, "Are you happy?" 2. She asked, "Are you happy?" 3. "Are you happy?", she said. 4. "Are you happy?", she asked. 5. "Are you happy?", said the lady. 6. "Are you happy?", asked the lady. 7. "Are you happy?", said she. 8. "Are you happy?", asked she...
  10. English
    So I have a flower dilemma. I need to do a metaphorical analysis for a major grade project for an AP class, and I have no idea what flower I can relate to the poet Reed Whittemore. Thoughts?
  11. English
    1. He said, "You promised me a bag of gold." 2. The old man said, "You promised me a bag of gold." 3. "You promised me a bag of gold," he said 4. "You promised me a bag of gold," said the old man. 5. "You promised me a bag of gold," said he...
  12. English
    What characteristic unique to Shakespearean sonnets is found in "Sonnet29","Sonnet 116", and "Sonnet 130"? A:Three quatrains and a rhyming couplet*** B:A steady rhyme scheme C:14 lines Is this correct?
  13. English
    In the blank space after the sentence, identify the underlined clause as a noun clause(N)or an adjectival clause(A) 1:Although the sun shine brightly, the weather forecasters maintained (that the weekend would be rainy.....Noun Clause 2:The astronauts landed on the moon, (...
  14. English
    Compare and contrast your Independent Reading selection with one or two other selections you have read in this unit. Support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from your Independent Reading selection. Be sure to give the title and author of your selection. "...
  15. English
    1. They had a telling-a-lie contest in the palace. Many people gathered in the palace.One man stepped up to the king and said,.... [Can we use the expression in the first sentence? do you have some other suitable expressions?] 2. Who was the biggest liar among them? 2-2. Who ...
  16. English
    1. He gave a signal to the two lions. 2. He motioned to the two lions. 3. He motioned the two lions to sing opera. 4. He motioned for the two lions to sing opera. [Are they grammatical? Does #1 mean #2? Is there any difference between them?]
  17. English
    They are composed of five groups. Each group is going to act out a play in front of other people. What directions can we use for them? 1.It's time to act out the play. 2. As soon as the director says, "Ready. Action!", you have to act in the play. 3. Why don't you act the play...
  18. english
    He grows wheat in his field
  19. World History
    Which best describes the Virginia Company’s advertising campaign to English citizens in the early 1600s? It described how colonization of the New World would help England expand its empire, encouraging citizens to invest in the company. It described how colonization of ...
  20. English
    which statement from "Mexicans Begin Jogging" best supports its theme of the diversity that is at the heart of being an American? A."since I was on his time, I ran..." B."Their vans and my boss waved for us to run." C."No time for lies, he said and he pressed a dollar in my ...
  21. English
    1. If I had a lot of money, I could buy a new car. 2. If I had a lot of money, I bought a new car. ----------------------------------------​ Are both grammatical? For #1, there is no possibility of having a lot of money in the present. For #2, there was possibility of ...
  22. English
    1. What is the English word for Gungjeon? 2. It is palace. 3. It is a palace. 4. It is 'palace'. 5. It is 'palace.' [Which answer is grammatical?] English - Reed Monday, November 20, 2017 at 1:25am It is"palace". ===================================== 6. It is "palace." 7. It ...
  23. English
    English posted by rfvv today at 1:31am. 1. Team one, come up here. Are you ready? Go! 2. Team one, come to the front. Who is the movie director? You should say, "Ready? Let's go." Then act in the play. 3. Come up here, members of Team 1. The director should say,"Ready? Action...
  24. English
    1. The team's success was due to her efforts. 2. The team's success was because of her efforts. 3. The team's success was thanks to her efforts. [Can we use all the expressions? Are they the same?] 4. I have to drop by the bank to make a savings deposit. 5. I have to drop in ...
  25. English
    1. I felt cozy sitting by the fire. 2. I felt cozy while I was sitting by the fire. 3. I felt cozy and I was sitting by the fire. ----------------------------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
  26. English
    Best book anyone has read and why?
  27. English
    Which theme do the poem "Harlem" and the play A Raisin in the Sun share? Aspirations Pride Afrocentrism Gender Discrimination*
  28. English
    The third man was the old man. He defeated the king with his lie. What lie did he tell the king? 1. His lie was as follows: You promised me a bag of gold. 2. His lie was this: You promised me a bag of gold. 3. His lie was that the king had promised him a bag of gold. 4. "You ...
  29. English
    1. You may go wherever you like. 2. You may go to any place where you like. 3. You may go at any place where you like. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Are both OK?]
  30. English
    1. "I have a talking dog," said the man. 2. "I have a talking dog," the man said. 3. "I have a talking dog," he said. 4. "I have a talking dog," said he. ================================== Which ones are grammatical? And why is that?
  31. English
    What are the three lies that the people told the king? 1. One is, "Yesterday, I killed a big lion with my kick." Another is, "I have a talking dog." The other is, "You promised me a bag of gold." 2. They are "Yesterday, I killed a big lion with my kick," "I have a talking dog...
  32. English
    1. Team one, come up here. Are you ready? Go! 2. Team one, come to the front. Who is the movie director? You should say, "Ready? Let's go." Then act in the play. 3. Come up here, members of Team 1. The director should say,"Ready? Action!" Then you should start acting out the ...
  33. english
    Fifty undergraduates participated in the selection procedures. Their average age was 21 with a standard deviation of 1.20. There were 25 males and 25 females. (Put into a single sentence, in logical sequence)
  34. English
    What was the second man's lie? 1. His lie was as follows. I have a talking dog. 2. His lie was: I have a talking dog. 3. His lie was that I have a talking dog. 4. I have a talking dog was his lie. 5. His lie was I have a talking dog. 6. His lie was " I have a talking dog." 7. ...
  35. english
    1. what is the purpose of internet cafe in the society? 2. Why does people choose internet cafe as a place for them to do their work or studies? 3. What are the benefits of the businessmen in starting up a internet cafe? 4.What advantages and disadvantages can the customer get...
  36. English
    Hi. I need help understanding how to do this assignment. The assignment is called practice evaluation: Here is the description: I need to collect data and analyze data. The paper will describe 1.the area of practice took and why this tool was used to get her information, 2. ...
  37. English
    1. He ran for class leader. 2. He ran for the class leader. 3. He ran for a class leader. [Which one is grammatical?]
  38. Spanish
    Would someone be able to help me translate this into English? I'm not sure it makes sense. Tan bomba vas a ser? De donde ss Thanks in advance.
  39. English
    1. His father was an actor. 2. His mother was an actor. 3. His mothe was an actress. 4. Actors: Tom, John, Emily, and Susan 5. Actors and Actresses: Tom, John, Emily, and Susan ------------------------- Which expressions are commonly used. Can we use 'actor' for a woman?
  40. English
    I read the zen parable "Muddy Road" but I don't understand what the moral is. Can anyone explain it to me? Here is the parable: Tanzan and Ekido were once traveling together down a muddy road. A heavy rain was still falling. Coming around a bend, they met a lovely girl in a ...
  41. English
    1. His father was an actor. 2. His mother was an actor. 3. His mothe was an actress. 4. Actors: Tom, John, Emily, and Susan 5. Actors and Actresses: Tom, John, Emily, and Susan ------------------------- Which expressions are commonly used. Can we use 'actor' for a woman?
  42. English
    Team 1, come to the front, please. Who plays the part of the king? Who performs the part of the old man? Who is the movie director? Where is the prop amster in this team? Have you prepared for the props for this play? put them against the blackboard or hold them. Ok. I will ...
  43. English
    How does the king look? He looks a little depressed. In the telling a lie contest, he was not able to defeat the old man with his lie. The old man was the biggest liar in the contest. So he took away a golden apple. There are two soldeirs holding a speare on the king's each ...
  44. English
    1. A man is talking about something to the king. He said, Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick." 2. There is a man talking to the king. He told a lie, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick." 3. In front of the king is a man. He told to the king a lie, "...
  45. English/Writing Help Please?
    Help with sentence structure.... In a response to the uproar on January 30, 2017 legislation presented the House with the HB 631 bill which will forbid a wholesale distributor from increasing a price on vital medication, under definite statuses. Stages of bill hearing,votes, ...
  46. English
    Help Putting in sentences Please!. Vote - Senate - Committee – Finance, Vote - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (137-4) – March 17, 2017, Vote - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (137-2) – April 02, 2017, Vote - Senate Floor - Floor Amendment {683326/1 (Senator ...
  47. Spanish
    Where can I find an online English translation of Los Fundadores: Alofonso by Lourdes Casal?
  48. English
    What is thr Literary Technique Used in the story I keesh
  49. English
    1. The contrast of the officers describing Henry’s unit as “mule-drivers” and then later describing Henry as one of the best fighters in the regiment best supports which of the following themes in the red badge of courage? A. honor and reputation B. the definition of ...
  50. English
    1. An old man is walking away with a golden apple in his hand. He is holding the golden apple up high. 2. He is walking away with a golden apple up in his hand. 3. He is walking away with a golden apple up high in his hand. [Can #1 be combined into #2 or #3?] 4. He is walking ...
  51. English
    In "All Together Now", Jordan uses appeals to emotion and appeals to reason to try to persuade her readers that her views are important. In a paragraph, cite one example of each kind of appeal in her work. Then, explain whether you find Jordan's appeal convincing, supporting ...
  52. English
    Which of the sentences below displays the correct punctuation? A:The patient looked at the doctor as though he had never been seen her before. B:Even though Laura is very young she us already a skilled chess player. C:Carlos asked me to buy the gift,since I know our friend's ...
  53. English
    1. How did the king look when the old man walked away with a golden apple in his hand? He looked puzzled. The king looks a little upset with the two soldiers on his both sides. The old man was able to defeat the king with his lie. The king was embarrassed because of the wise ...
  54. English
    1. He was sleeping and his wife was knitting beside him. 2. While he was sleeping, his wife was knitting beside him. 3. He was sleeping his wife knitting beside him. 3-2. He was sleeping, his wife knitting beside him. 4. He was sleeping while his wife was knitting beside him...
  55. English
    1. He was sleeping with his wife kniting beside him. 2. He was sleeping and his wife was knitting beside him. 3. He was sleeping with his mouth open. 4. He was sleeping with his arms crossed. 5. He was sleeping with his legs up. 6. He was sleeping with his hands in his pockets...
  56. English
    The most effective way of controlling the quality of a product is by _______________________________. controlling the processes that make the product disciplining workers for less-than-excellent output examining the end product and correcting any flaws A?
  57. English
    A system that does not allow a worker to fail will not _________________ . be sued allow a worker to succeed fail as a system A?
  58. English
    What was the first man's lie? 1. It was that yesterday, he killed a big dragon with his kick. 1-2. It was that the previous day, he killed a big dragon with his kick. 2. It was that yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick. 3. It was, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon ...
  59. Social studies
    Which of the following were problems faced by the English colonists at Jamestown? Select all that apply 1- the colony employed many indentured servants and paying them was difficult 2-they settled in an unsecured location and were vulnerable to Spanish attack 3-the location of...
  60. English
    Though it is judged by comparison with similar products, excellence is really a _____________________ . common outcome of most processes product that receives honors state of mind of a worker A?
  61. English
    1. However you may go, I will follow you. 2. No matter how you may go, I will follow you. 3. However you go, I will follow you. 4. No matter how you go, I will follow you. [Can we use both 'go' and 'may go'? Any difference?] 5. It helps us talk to people at any place where ...
  62. English
    1. Whenever I visited him, he was not at home. 2. Every time I visited him, he was not at home. 3. At any time when I visited him, he was not at home. [Are they all the same in meaning?] 4. You may go wherever you like. 5. You may go every place you like. 6. You may go at any ...
  63. English
    A masterpiece in medieval Europe, as well as today, is a product that _______________________________ . is produced by most talented craftsman demonstrates the artist's mastery of the art exceeds all similar products of beauty A?
  64. English
    Does this sentence make sense. Students may not still have a sweet tooth by Thanksgiving. OR Would it be more correct to leave the still out?
  65. English
    1. How many dragon heads are on the wall? 2. How many dragon heads are there on the wall? 3. There are five dragon heads on the wall. 4. There are the five dragon heads on the wall. 5. Five dragon heads are on the wall. 6. The five dragon heads are on the wall. [Which question...
  66. English
    1. How does he look? 2. What does he look like? 3. What is he like? 4. How does he feel? 5. He looks puzzled. ===================================== #5 is the answer to the question. Which question is suitable for #5?
  67. English
    1. The Johnsons have a lot of land. 2. The Johnson family have a lot of land. 3. The Johnson clan have a lot of land. 4. The Johnson family has a lot of land. 5. The Johnson clan has a lot of land. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Or does #1 mean #4 or #5]
  68. English
    1. I think the most interesting novel is the Baskervilles. 2. I want to visit the Bakers. 3. The Browns are very friendly. ----------------------------------- Will you take a look at the following pattern? the + Baskerville + s the + Baker + s the + Brown + s Are the ...
  69. English
    1. It helps us talk to people at any place where they are. 2. It helps us talk to people wherever they are. ===================================== Does #1 mean #2?
  70. English
    Though it is judged by comparison with similar products, excellence is really a _____________________ . common outcome of most processes product that receives honors state of mind of a worker A?
  71. English
    I'm writing an essay about the positive effects of homeschooling, but I'm having trouble writing my introduction. Can anyone help me with writing a good, eye catching first sentence? Thanks!!!!
  72. English
    A masterpiece in medieval Europe, as well as today, is a product that _______________________________ . is produced by most talented craftsman demonstrates the artist's mastery of the art exceeds all similar products of beauty A?
  73. English
    What relationship did Sir Ector de Morven have with Arthur? Sir Ector de Morven was Arthur’s foster father. They were foster brothers. Sir Ector de Morven was Arthur’s uncle? They were cousins. A?
  74. English
    Quality assurance differs from quality control in that __________________________. quality assurance deals with the process rather than the output quality assurance is just a promise of good output, while quality control is the delivery of the output quality assurance is not ...
  75. English
    Use the passage to answer the questions. What is a possible theme of “The King of Mazy May?” (1 point) Dreams can be realized with patience. It takes courage to survive dangerous situations. Trust is the basis of real friendship. A person’s value is found on the inside.
  76. English
    Question 7 (multiple choice) Which of the following is NOT a difference between mediocre and great efforts? talent persistence going the "second mile" A? Question 8 (multiple choice) In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson declared that, "all men are created equal...
  77. English
    Question 4 (multiple choice) A system that does not allow a worker to fail will not _________________ . be sued allow a worker to succeed fail as a system C? Question 5 (multiple choice) An apprentice is a worker who ____________________ . can't be trusted to work alone is ...
  78. reading
    tread (tred) v. 1. to set the foot down; walk; step 2. step heavily; trample. n. 1. the part of the tire or wheel that presses against the ground 2. grooves cut into the face of a tire. [Old English treadan to tread] 11. What is the purpose of the bracketed information in the ...
  79. english
    Hi all, im currently writing a persuasive essay on why smoking should be banned and was wondering if i would have to write a paragraph talking about the other side of the argument?
  80. English
    The most valuable person in an organization is the one who __________________ . originated the organization heads the organization consistently pursues excellence B?
  81. English
    Need help with some questions! A silent killer is spreading poison across the earth. Rain, polluted by the grass given off by factories and motor vehicles, is becoming highly acidic. This "acid rain" is slowly destroying our environment. Acid rain has already damaged millions ...
  82. HS english 1
    Please help i have tried a lot of other sites and they couldnt help me. Question (essay style): Read this excerpt from Little Brother and answer the following questions in complete sentences using proper grammar and punctuation: Marcus manages to flag down a vehicle and they ...
  83. English
    1. What is the English word for Gungjeon? 2. It is palace. 3. It is a palace. 4. It is 'palace'. 5. It is 'palace.' [Which answer is grammatical?]
  84. English
    1. What did the king say to hear the first man’s lie? 2. What did the king say after hearing the first man’s lie? 3. What did the king say so that he could hear the first man’s lie? ------------------------------------ Does #1 mean #2 or #3?
  85. English
    Which of the following is common to all goal achievement? honors and recognition compromise or abandonment opposition of adversity A?
  86. english
    I have to write a wisdom poem that conveys some sort of wisdom about any topic, such as love. It shouldn't have my interpretation, but it should give wisdom that would be relevant over many centuries. I need help thinking of topics and what wisdom I would give about them. Help??
  87. English
    Instead of land, what gift did King Leodegrance, of the land of Cameliard decide to give King Arthur for Gwenevere’s dowry? He decided to build a home for Arthur and Gwenevere to live in and raise their family. He allowed Gwenevere to take all of her belongings so she would ...
  88. English
    How did Lancelot escape from the four witches? Merlin realized that Lancelot was in trouble and appeared before him telling him of a secret passage to escape through. After the “evil eyes” had finished attacking him, he was visited by kind spirits who delivered the dungeon...
  89. English
    Who knighted Arthur? Merlin, the wizard his enemy, King Mark of Tintagel his uncle, King Kador of Cornwall his stepbrother, Sir Kay A?
  90. English
    For the statement: "Mail your transcripts immediately after the posting of your winter/spring grades." Does this mean mailing my winter term grades AND my spring term grades.
  91. English
    Thank you for your help. [situation] The old man has raised a golden apple and started walking away. 1. He walked away with a golden apple up in his hand. 2. He walked away with a golden apple up. 3. He walked away with a golden apple raised by him. 4. He walked away, holding ...
  92. English
    1. He said, "I have a talking dog." 2. He told a lie to the king that I have a talking dog. 3. He told a lie to the king that he had a talking dog. --------------------------- Man 2 said like #1. Then, which one is correct, #2 or #3?
  93. English
    What was the first man's lie to the king? 1. Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick. 2. It was that yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick. 3. It was that the next day, he killed a big dragon with his kick. ----------------------------------- Man 1 said like #1. ...
  94. English
    They are the definitions of 'another' 1. one more person or thing of the same type 2. DIFFERENT a different one not the same thing, person etc, but a different one =================================== 3. One man said, "Yesterday, I killed a big dragon with my kick." 4. Another ...
  95. English
    Choose whether the sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory. That wreath should be decorated with a large bow at the bottom. imperative interrogative exclamatory declarative A?
  96. English
    Which of the following sets of words or phrases are demonstrative adjectives? to what extent -how long or how much this, that, these, and those where, when, how, or what kind, which one, or how many D?
  97. English
    1. Read each sentence and translate it into Korean. 2. Read all the sentences, and translate them into Korean one by one. 3. While you read the sentences in Part 1, interprete them into Korean one by one. 4. As you read all the sentences, you have to interpret each sentence ...
  98. English
    Who's Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?
  99. English
    1. He stood up form the chair. 2. He got up form the chair. 3. He rose up form the chair. 4. He jumped up form the chair. ----------------------------------- Can we use all the verbs here? Which verbs are commonly used?
  100. English
    Question 9 (multiple choice) How does Cisneros’s style and voice in "Only Daughter" tell you her heritage is important to her? She refers to France often. She mentions an Italian filmmaker. She discusses her father’s habits reading of reading Latin. She uses Spanish words ...
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