1. english
    Anyone Familiar With The Story/Play The Merchant Of Venice By William Shakespeare Please Check My Answers Thank You. 1. which of the following elements of comedy are not used by Shakespeare in the merchant of venice? a.a clown like character b. puns c.slapstick d.clever ...
  2. ENGLISH
    1. which of the following elements of comedy are not used by Shakespeare in the merchant of venice? a. a clown like character b.puns c.slapstick d.clever language its either c or d i chose c am i correct? 2.which of the following is not a theme of the merchant of venice? a....
  3. english
    Which of the following sentences demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement? By noon, Lisa, Jen, and Elena had already gone home. Crows like to fly through the park and steal food. Kiss me before you leave. All of the choices are correct.
  4. english
    Why does Calypso allow Odysseus to leave her island? She understands his grief and cannot bear to see him suffer. Hermes has told her that Zeus has ordered it. Hermes thinks that Odysseus has spent enough time in exile. Penelope is growing old and needs his assistance
  5. ENGLISH
    1. Which of the following elements of comedy are not used by Shakespeare the merchant of Venice? a.a clown like character b.puns c. slapstick d.clever languuage its either c or d i chose c am i correct? 2.which of the following is not a theme of the merchant of Venice? a....
  6. ENGLISH
    Which Of The Following Lines Best Demonstrates The Tone Of The Nymph's Reply To The Shepherd By Sir Walter Raleigh? a.the flowers do fade and wanton fields/to wayward winter reckoning yields. b.then these delights my mind might move/to live with thee and be thy love. c.these ...
  7. English
    Prospero calls caliber a treacherous wretch?
  8. English
    In defence of free floating affixes state four arguments
  9. English
    1. Where is the bathroom? 2. Where is the restroom? ----------------------------------------​---------- We use 'bathroom' at home. We use 'restroom' in public places such as departments, schools or hospitals, etc. Do you use 'bathroom' frequently in public places such as...
  10. English
    She gets ready hard for an exam. [Is this sentence grammatical?]
  11. English
    1. They are something useful to someone. 2. They are some things useful to someone. --------------------------- Are both the same in meaning? Is #1 grammtical?
  12. English
    A: (Are) (you) (doing) your homework? [3 points] B: Yes, I am. I'm doing math homework. 1. (You) (are) (doing) your homework? =========================== There are three blanks in the first sentence. Students are asked to fill in the blanks with suitable words to make a ...
  13. English
    In 4-5 sentences, can you help me use the cohesive devices, above all, importantly, indeed, in fact? Thank you!
  14. English
    Forgot is the past tense of forget. The past participle tense of forget is forgotten. Do you use 'forgot' as the past participle tense of forget?
  15. English
    1. She became very rich and famous. 2. She became very rich and very famous. 3. She became very rich and she became very famous. 4. She became very rich and she became famous. ======================== What is the meaning of #1? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Or does #1 mean #4?
  16. English
    1. Our room was at the back of the hotel. 2. Our room was in the back of the hotel. [Are both the same in meaning? Is 'our room' always inside the hotel?] 3. Our room was behind the hotel. [Can we use this expression when our room is inside the hotel?] 4. The bakery was in ...
  17. English
    1. I (can) (do) 20 (push-ups). [right Answer: 4 points] 2. I (can) (do) 20 (up and down with arms). [ ___ points] ------------------- #1 is a correct sentence. The students who only filled in the first two parentheses got one point as a partial point. [can do....] Then what ...
  18. English
    posted by rfvv today at 12:00am 1. The club will ( perform ) at the school festival next month. 2. The club will *play* at the school festival next month. ====================== Thank you for your help in many ways. The correct word for the blank in Sentence 1 (in the reading ...
  19. English
    1. Alice is studying hard for an exam. [Righ Answer, 2 points] 2. Alice is working hard for an exam. [2 points] 3. Alice is learnng hard for an exam. [2 points] ------------------------ Are they all the same in meaning? Instead of 'studying', can we use 'working' or 'learning...
  20. English
    posted by rfvv yesterday at 9:28pm 1. recipe: a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something 2. *cooking*: a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something ================================= Recipe is the right one for the definition. What about #2? Somebody...
  21. English
    1. The club will ( perform ) at the school festival next month. 2. The club will *play* at the school festival next month. ====================== Thank you for your help in many ways. The correct word for the blank in Sentence 1 (in the reading text) is 'perform'. However, a ...
  22. English
    posted by rfvv today at 9:01pm 1. I can do 20 push-ups. 2. I can push-up 20 times. [Are both okay? Can we use #2? Do you have similar expressions to #1?] Ms. Sue today at 9:03pm The first one is the only one that I've heard used. =============================== Thank you for ...
  23. English
    1. She goes bowling on Saturdays 2. She *does* bowling on Saturdays. ================================ #1 is a correct sentence. What about #2? Somebody wrote "does" instead of 'goes'. If the score/point for #1 is two, what could be the partial point for Sentence 2?
  24. English
    1. recipe: a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something 2. *cooking*: a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something ================================= Recipe is the right one for the definition. What about #2? Somebody wrote "cooking" as the answer ...
  25. English
    1. I can do 20 push-ups. 2. I can push-up 20 times. [Are both okay? Can we use #2? Do you have similar expressions to #1?]
  26. English
    1. Wonder Girls are doing their best to be a world star. 2. Wonder Girls are doing her best to be a world star. 3. Wonder Girls are doing the best to be a world star. [Which one is grammatical?]
  27. English
    Please make any correction if the usage of the phrasal verbs are incorrect. John went to the Market in his new car to purchase vegetables. On his way, he got a call from Sara that her sister was coming to the city by train and requested him to PICK HER UP. Then, he HEADED OVER...
  28. English
    1. How much cash do you have on you? 2. How much cash do you have with you? [Which one is grammatical?]
  29. English
    what is the unethical establishment in marketing around us that we can find and why is it considered unethical in the eyes of people?
  30. English, Film
    I am writing a sound analysis essay for class about the film "Call Me By Your Name," and I'm stuck on what to make the my third paragraph about. Here's the prompt: Pick any film you like and write a 2-page paper analyzing the sound design of that film using some of the ...
  31. English
    write an essay Nigeria and I.
  32. English
    Tell me the explanation on past present future by emily bronte
  33. English
    Please make any corrections, If the usage of the phrasal verbs are incorrect. John went to the Market on his new car to purchase vegetables. On his way, he got a call from Sara that her sister was coming to the city by train and requested him to pick her up. Then, he headed ...
  34. English
    Which of the following words means the act of withdrawing, reducin, or abolishing military forces or weopons.
  35. English 10 ASAP
    Determining the author's purpose in a text relies on (10 points) biographical information research the author used evidence in the text<<<<< the title of the text 2. (LC) Which elements of a text are most helpful in determining the author's point of view about a...
  36. English
    In the story Learning Guitar. Holly's dad restores her desire to learn how to play guitar, even though he does not know anything about playing guitar. What type of irony, if any, does this demonstrate a. verbal irony b. situational irony c. dramatic irony d. not irony I think ...
  37. English 10
    Could you please check my answers? I am unsure on two of the questions and I want to get a 100 on this. Pomegranate Seeds At the opening of our story, Mother Ceres is busy tending to the harvest of wheat, corn, rye, and barley; her daughter, Proserpina, begs to go to the ...
  38. English
    1. She lives there by herself. 2. She lives there by her. [Wich one is correct, #1 or #2?] 3. She has no money with herself. 4. She has no money with her. [Wich one is correct, #3 or #4?]
  39. English
    1. Can you tell me how I can call the stewardess? 2. Can you tell me how I can call the female flight attendant? [Are both okay? Can we use both? Do you have other names for 'stewardess'?]
  40. English
    usage of phrasal verb conked out I worked hard today. After returning home, I conked out on my sofa Since three days, I have been not getting sleeps due to exams. Finally, after exams I conked out continuously for six hours.
  41. English
    Phrasal verb Fritter away I frittered away so much money on my sister with the hope that she will study well. But, all my hopes were dashed away as she failed in her intermediate examination. It is not wise to fritter money and time away without any purpose and goal. In order ...
  42. English
    I have an exam tomorrow and we are analysing a text then writing a 350-500 word response using a social school of criticism. I was wondering if I could get an explanation towards what social criticism is.
  43. English 10 HELP ASAP
    Can you check my work please? 1. Read the passage carefully and use it to answer questions 1-5 Pomegranate Seeds At the opening of our story, Mother Ceres is busy tending to the harvest of wheat, corn, rye, and barley; her daughter, Proserpina, begs to go to the seaside while ...
  44. English
    The next market is on June 27. =========================== How do you read "June 27"? 1. June twenty-seven 2. June twenty-seventh 3. The next market is on the 27th day of June. 4. The next market is on the 27th of June. 5. The next market is on the 27 of June. [Which one is ...
  45. English
    There is something for everyone at Green Flea Market. ========================= What is the meaning of 'something' here? Is it #1 or #2? The following are dictionary definitions. 1. an object, situation, quality, or action that is not exactly known or stated 2. a thing for ...
  46. English
    1. He bought old things. 1-2. He bought some old things. 1-3. He bought any old things. 1-4. He bought all old things. [ #1 means #1-2, doesn't it? #1 doesn't mean #1-3 or #1-4, right?] 2. He throw away old things. 3. He threw away some old things. 4. He threw away all old ...
  47. English
    Are the following all called "shoes"? sneakers, football shoes, slippers, tennis shoes, sports shoes, basketball shoes
  48. English
    posted by rfvv yesterday at 3:29am 1. Don't throw away your old clothes, shoes, or books. They will be useful to someone. 2. You can buy things at low prices. 3. Don't throw away your old clothes, your old shoes, or your old books. =============================== Q1: Are "your...
  49. History
    1-- This website wont let me put in a picture. The fort labeled with the number 3 on the map above is __________. A. New Orleans B. Poste de Arkansea C. Fort St. Jean Baptiste D. Fort Louis de la Mobile 2-- Evidence of trade between the French and Wichita was found at ...
  50. English
    1. Don't throw away your old clothes, shoes, or books. They will be useful to someone. 2. You can buy things at low prices. 3. Don't throw away your old clothes, your old shoes, or your old books. =============================== Q1: Are "your old clothes, shoes, or books" in ...
  51. English
    posted by rfvv Monday, June 18, 2018 at 4:52pm 1. The flea market is open every 4th Saturday. 2. The flea market is open every four Saturdays. 3. He takes a shower every second day. 4. He takes a shower every two days. ........... #3 and #4 are the same. What about #1 and #2? ...
  52. English
    Sam is a VORACIOUS eater of the food. Even though he REPLETES WITH food, he always searching for some more variety of stuff. His Interminable search about food, made him happy always. please make corrections if any
  53. english
    Can someone provide feedback on my intro to a body paragraph? Some say that police brutality is not a big issue in our country at the moment. They say that officers have the legal right to protect themselves and others using their best judgment, and we should just trust them ...
  54. English
    1. He finished the project for five days. 2. He has finished the project for five days. 3. He read the book for five days. 4. He has read the book for five days. [Are the four sentences all grammatical?} 5. He read the book in five days. 6. He finished reading the book in five...
  55. English
    1. He finished the project for five days. 2. He has finished the project for five days. 3. He read the book for five days. 4. He has read the book for five days. [Are the four sentences all grammatical?} 5. He read the book in five days. 6. He finished reading the book in five...
  56. English
    What is the implicit message of this text? In spite of what life has thrown at me, I have continued on my journey with determination. Not only have I lost 69 pounds in the past 3 years, I've also kicked cancer's butt along the way
  57. ENGLISH
    What does this mean? Can somebody explain what ideological values are in advertising, If you get it pls tell me. Ideological Values Principles, attitudes, beliefs, or ideals which an individual, group, or society holds to be true or important.
  58. ENGLISH
    write a descriptive essay on my country and my school
  59. English
    Homework task (essay): to compare and contrast how Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird and Tate Taylor's film The Help represent experiences within society. Would the structure be something like this (if not, please correct): Introduction Thesis statement Body Idea 1 (e.g...
  60. english
    write a notice for the school notice board informing the students about the visit of the prime minister to your school on 20th july 20XX and asking the students to maintain punctuality , cleanliness and discipline
  61. English
    1. I can jump more than 1 meter. 2. I can do more than 100 sit-ups at a time. 3. I can jump for 2 meters in the high jump. [Are they all grammatical? Do you have more expressions?]
  62. English
    1. She will make a good wife. 2. She will make an exallent lawyer. (Is 'a good wife' an object or a compkement?) 3. She will become a good wife. 4. She will become an exallent lawyer. (Is this pair the same as the previous pair?)
  63. English
    Thank you for your help. 1. He met a lot of people in the street. 2. He greeted some people at the market. 3. He talked to a person on the corner. 4. He found the boy on the street. 5. He saw a beggar on the sidewalk. .......... There is a prepisitional phrase at the end of ...
  64. English
    1. The flea market is open every 4th Saturday. 2. The flea market is open every four Saturdays. 3. He takes a shower every second day. 4. He takes a shower every two days. ........... #3 and #4 are the same. What about #1 and #2? Are both the same as well?
  65. English
    1. He met the boy in Africa. 2. He saw the boy in Africa. 3. He studies the animals in Africa. 4. He had a party in Africa. 5. He held a conference in Africa. 6. He ate fresh fruit in Africa. 7. He bought a house in Africa. ...................... Is 'in Africa' an adverbial ...
  66. English
    1. He met the boy in the classroom. 2. He shook hands with the boy in the classroom. 3. He talked with the boy in the classroom. 4. He observed the boy in the classroom. 5. He looked at the boy in the classroom. ................. In each sentence,isn't 'in the classroom' an ...
  67. English
    How would facing our fears help us uncover our inner strength?
  68. English
    1) Identify the three components/puzzle pieces that you believe are most critical to the formation of a worldview. Refer to the textbook Foundations of Christian Thought: Faith, Learning, and the Christian Worldview to help identify these components. (You can google the book) ...
  69. English
    In your own opinion 1. How do objectives assist a student in completing the assignment? 2. Describe what needs to be done for the assignment found in a sample syllabus? 3. If you were to complete the assignment found in a sample syllabus, how would you set aside time to ensure...
  70. English
    1. I saw the boy in the classroom. 2. I saw a boy in the classroom. ................ Q1: Is 'in the classroom' an adverb phrase or an adjective phrase? Are both okay in context? Q2: Was 'I' in the classroom or out of the classroom? Was 'I' in the classroom or out of the ...
  71. English
    1. He studies animals in South America. 2. He studies the animals in South America. .............. Q1: What is the difference in meaning between them? Q2: Is 'in South America' an adverb phrase or an adjecive phrase? Or are both okay in meaning? Does the sentence above mean ...
  72. English
    1. Emily is making more soaps this Sunday. 2. Emily is making more soap this Sunday. 3. This is for shampoos, soaps and toothpaste. [Which one is correct? Can we use 'soaps' as in #1? is 'soaps' right in #3?]
  73. English
    1. You have to take the bus number two. 2. You have to take the number two bus. 3. You have to take the Bus Number Two. 4. You have to take the Number Two Bus. [Which one is grammatical?]
  74. English
    1. How can I get to the train station? 2. How can I go to the train station? - Go straight and turn right. It's on your left. [Can we use both #1 and #2? Which one is commonly used?] 3. Wally's Sports Shop is on the second floor. [What does 'Wally' mean in this sentence? '...
  75. English
    Why Is It Important to Beowulf's Image As An Epic Hero That He Faced Grendel Without A Weapon? A.)Grendel Is The Embodiment Of Evil And Evil Doesn't Fight With A Weapon. B.)By Giving Up His Sword, Beowulf Showed Both Superior Strength And Superior Ethics As He Made The Fight ...
  76. English
    1. The shoe store is to the left of the arcade. 2. The shoe store is on the left of the arcade. [Can we use both 'to' and 'on' ? Are they the same in meaning?]
  77. English
    Go straight two blocks. Turn left. 1. It's on your left. 2. It's to your left. [Can we use 'to' as in #2?] 3. There is a special place for teenagers: Chicago Library. [Is Chicago Library in apposition with 'a special place for teenagers'?] 4. There is a special place for ...
  78. English
    Reporting Local News For Sodam-gu [a district] ----------------------------------------​---------- This phrase is a title in a newspaper. In this phrase, what is "Reporting"? Is "Reporting" a gerund or a present participle?
  79. English
    1. He will be able to ride a motorcycle. 2. He will be able to take a motorcycle. 3. He will be able to ride a motorbike. [Can we use the verb 'take'a s in #2?] 4. Only buses will be allowed to travel on the roads. 5. Only buses will be permitted to travel on the roads. 6. ...
  80. English
    1. He will may go back home. 2. He will be allowed to go back home. 3. He may be going to go back home. [#1 is wrong? What about #2? Can we use #2? What about #3?]
  81. English
    1. Aidan cannot play chess. 2. Aidan can not play chess. 3. Aidan can't play chess. ======================= Are they all grammatical? Which one do we use in everyday speech? Which one is used in a written form?
  82. English
    1. Mom can solve this problem. 2. Mom can solve this math problem. ----------------------------------------​-------- What does #1 mean? Can #1 mean #2? Can #1 mean that she can solve a problem in life?
  83. English
    100% - The Story of a Patriot Upton Sinclair 1 A young man is walking down the street, quite casually, with an empty mind and no set purpose; he comes to a crossing, and for no reason that he could tell he takes the right hand turn instead of the left; and so it happens that ...
  84. English
    Thank you for your help. 1. There are two computer mice on the table. 2. There are two computer mouses on the table. [Which one is correct, mice or mouses? Are both okay?] 3. There are two mice in the field. 4. There are two mouses in the field. [A mouse is an animal here. In ...
  85. English
    1. I was able to up to 100 push-ups with my palms on the floor. 2. I could do up to 100 push-up with my fists on the floor. [Are the sentences grammatical?] 3. Excuse me. Is Green Park far from here? - Yes, it's very far. [In the last sentence, what does 'it' refer to? Does '...
  86. food
    People seem to like dim sum, a Chinese food. By the way, is dim sum small steamed dumplings or small fried dumplings? What is the English equivalent for dim sum?
  87. English
    1. This park is a very important place for me and many others. 2. This park is a very important place to me and many others. ----------------------------------------​---------- Q1: Can we use 'to' insted of 'for'? Q2: "For me and many others" modify 'place', right?
  88. English
    I often visit the park for family picnics. -------------------------------- What does 'for family picnics' modify? Does it modify 'visit'? If the park is allowed only for family picnics, can it modify 'park'? This park is a special park. It is used only for family picnics.
  89. English
    I think that either Mariah Carey or Lauryn Hill should win a Grammy for (her/their) latest recording. *My answer is their but I want a second opinion.
  90. english
    in the following sentence which word is the gerund and is it used a direct object, a predicate noun, subject or object of a preposition?
  91. English
    I am on my final exam and need to do the last two 16 point questions. Could someone help me out on the first one? Choose any two characters studied in Semester B, and compare them to one another. The characters that you choose may be characters in a story or the narrators of ...
  92. English
    1. He has been working for three hours. 2. He has worked for three hours. 3. He worked for three hours. 4. He worked in three hours. =========================== What about these sentences? We can use 'for' from #1 to #3,right? What about #4? Can we use 'in' or 'for' in this ...
  93. English
    1. He finished the report in 5 days. 2. He finished the report for 5 days. 3. He finished the report during the 5 days. [Can we use all the sentences? What is the difference in meaning when we use 'for' as in #2? ] 4. He read the book in 5 days. 5. He read the book for 5 days...
  94. English
    Which of the following sentences is a Normative Claim and why? a. The third baseman dropped the ball. b. The outfielder hit a homerun. c. The second baseman should not have dropped the ball. d. The pitcher committed an error.
  95. English
    posted by rfvv today at 6:08pm 1. He runs 50 meters in 9 seconds. 2. He runs 50 meters durng 9 seconds. [Can we use #2?] 3. He finished the project in 5 days. 4. He finished the project during 5 days. 5. He finished the proj\ect during the 5 days. [Are they all the same? Which...
  96. English
    1. He runs 50 meters in 9 seconds. 2. He runs 50 meters durng 9 seconds. [Can we use #2?] 3. He finished the project in 5 days. 4. He finished the project during 5 days. 5. He finished the proj\ect during the 5 days. [Are they all the same? Which ones are correct?]
  97. English
    What do Direct duties mean for Immanual Kant?
  98. english
    can someone make a thematic statement of 'growing up"? Thanks
  99. English
    what is the distinction between direct and indirect duties?
  100. English
    What is the other name of coorg?
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