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1. I can't believe that he said. 2. I can't believe that he said yes. 3. I can't believe what he said. 4. I can't believe what he said yes. ------------------------------------ #2 and #3 is right. The others are ungrammatical? Is that right?

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1. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments, making fun of my pose. 2. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments, which made fun of my pose. 3. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments, and they made fun of my pose. (In this sentence, 'they' refers to 'a lot of ...

english, i just don't get what the question ment
How do people enact power? Thank you

English
..... moderate, radical (What is the opposite of 'radical'?)

English
1. What animals live in Canada? 2. Which animals live in Canada? 3. What animal lives in Canada? 4. Which animal lives in Canada? - Many animals live in Canada. ------------------------------------ Which questions are suitable for the answer?

English
1. While she felt embarrassed, she ran out of the room. 2. Feeling embarrassed, she ran out of the room. 3. Embarrassed, she ran out of the room. -------------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Can we remove 'Feeling' in Sentence 2?

English
1. Jenny is in the coffee shop, drinking coffee. 2. Jenny is in the coffee shop while she is drinking coffee. 3. Jenny is in the coffee shop and drinking coffee. 4. Being in the coffee shop, Jenny is drinking coffee. 5. In the coffee shop, Jenny is drinking coffee. 6. While ...

English Writing
People believe in God because... And there is life on earth because... And people who believe in God think that God has put human beings on this earth because... Could you help me? I'm not English speaker so I don't know how can I write continue of these sentences...

English (grammar)
The players were playing hockey

English
He is the very person that the boy has been looking for. ---------------------------- What is the antecedent of the 'that clause'? Is the antecedent 'person' or 'the very person'? Is an antecedent composed of 'one word'?

English Writing
Please help me... People believe in God because... And there is life on earth because... And people who believe in God think that God has put human beings on this earth because... I have to write continue of these sentences... Could you guys help me please?

English
How would you handle the following situations? In your answers, refer to specific skills that you might use, and include words that you might say. Remember that a chairperson is a polite and tactful communicator. a. Your social studies group is supposed to be discussing the ...

English
Dear Writeacher, thank you for your answers. Will you help me with a few more sentences? 1) Which is correct in the following sentence: "She has remained without her colleagues OR / AND friends in a closed space." (I think it's OR) 2) Is the sentence grammatically OK: "All ...

English
Hello. I would be very grateful for your help. 1) Please help me with articles. I'm writing about a particular company. Should I use the definite article or no article in the following context: "(the ?) costs are likely to be higher than (the?) revenues". 2) "He said they ...

English
1. When he was playing the piano, his brother came in. 2. He playing the piano, his brother came in. -------------------------------------- 3. While he was walking along the river, he was listening to music. 4. Walking along the river, he was listening to music...

English
1. Though the baby was left alone, she didn't cry. 2. Being left alone, the baby didn't cry. 3. Left alone, the baby didn't cry. (Are the three sentences all grammatical?) 4. Although he had been very tired, he couldn't quit the job. 5. Having been very tired, he couldn't quit...

English
1. This is the same watch that I lost. 2. This is the watch that I lost. 3. This is the very watch that I lost. 4. This is the same watch as I lost. ------------------------------- Do #1, 2, and 3 have the same meaning? They mean that I found that I had lost, right? #4 means ...

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1. This is all that I have now. 2. This is what I have now. (Are both the same in meaning?) 3. Please show me that he is active. 4. Please show me the fact that he is active. 5. Please show me that this is correct. (Are the three sentences grammatical?

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1. The fact that he died suddenly surprised me. 2. Do you like the idea that we have to go to New York to be wealthy? 3. The fear that the World Wall 3 will break out is widespread. 4. I would like to have the possibility that he will come back soon. (Are the sentences all ...

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1. Having a lot of fun, we took pictures with Mina's camera. 2. Having a lot of fun, we we taking pictures with Mina's camera. (Which one is a better expression?) 3. Making funny poses, I imitated monkeys. 4. Making funny poses, I was imitating monkeys. (Which one is a better ...

english
A mile from end to end, yet as close to as a friend. A precious commodity, freely given. Found on the rich, poor,short and tall, but share among children most of all What am I?

English
They ( work) heard for annual examination

English
1. This is the same watch that she gave me. 2. This is the same watch as she gave me. --------------------------------------- What is the difference between them? Does #1 mean: "This is the very watch that she gave me."? Does #2 mean: "This is the same kind of watch, which she...

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1. I need someone to find some photos to post on the blog. 2. I need someone who will find some photos to post on the blog. 3. I need someone who will find some photos so as to post on the blog. ---------------- Are they all the same? Does #1 mean #2 or #3...

English Check
The advice was meant for ____ A)you and i B)she and i C) you and me Hello i need help. My original answer was A)you and I. But then I started reading a book on English grammar and it says it should be C)she and I since they are subject pronouns.

english 1
which of these is coordinating conjunction but** however although

english
adding the suffix -ous to the word danger forms a/an verb adjective** adverb

english 1
1. Which of these is an example of direct characterization? A. actions or thoughts that reveal what a character is like B. dialogue between a character and other characters in the story C. an authors description of a character's appearance and personality**

american history
1. What was the main reason that early settlers gradually spread across the Americas? (1 point) They were constantly under attack from neighboring tribes. They often relocated to find more favorable farming conditions. They traveled far and wide to trade **their goods with ...

Social Studies Help ASAP
Why did the British want to expand control into the Ohio Valley in the mid-1700s? a. to force the French out of North America b. to put French settlers there under English rule c. to demonstrate Britain’s strength to France and Spain d. to gain access to the region’s ...

english
two of the following proverbs have similar meaning which ones are they 1.Those that dance must play the music 2. The tongue is the enemy of the neck 3.A golden hammer breaks an iron door 4.who pays the piper calls the tune 5. A barking dog never bites

English 1 part 1
Essays, articles, and speeches are all works of nonfiction. Which of the following is an accurate statement about the authors of nonfiction?

ENGLISH 1501
Identify the main sound device employed by the poet, and discuss the effect it has by referring to 3 examples from the poem. Small Passing - Ingrid de Kok. Please tell me someone can help?

english
These sentences are from my test in which I answered these sentences incorrectly. So please suggest the right answers to them. 1)Ram said to me,"I go to school daily."(change to indirect speech) 2)He wrote me a letter.(change to passive voice) 3)Who built the Taj?(change to ...

English
1. Have you checked out our school website lately? 2. Have you lately checked out our school website? (What is the suitable position of the adverb 'lately'?) 3. Is there something that/which I should see? (Do you prefer 'which' to 'that' in this sentence?) 4. Mina sent me a ...

English
1. A few day ago, I went to the zoo with Chanmi and Mina. ------------------------------- Why is 'the' used before 'zoo' in this sentence? Does 'the zoo' mean the specific zoo which both girls know? Or is zoo' in generic use? =============================== 2. Mina said yes. 3...

English
1. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments, making fun of my pose. 2. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments while they made fun of my pose. 3. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments while they were making fun of my pose. 4. Some students posted a lot of ...

Social Studies Help
1. Why did the British want to expand control into the Ohio valley in the mid- 1700s? a. to force the French out of North America b. to put French settlers there under English rule c. to demonstrate Britain's strength to France and Spain d. to gain access to the region's ...

Math
Several students were surveyed about their favorite class. 26 students chose art 19 English 21 math 16 music 32 science. What fraction of the of the students chose music as their favorite subject.

Math
Several students were surveyed about their favorite class. 26 students chose art 19 English 21 math 16 music 32 science. What fraction of the of the students chose music as their favorite subject.

English
I am going shopping this weekend

English
Some common examples of oxymoron expressions are "alone together," "virtual reality," and "a fine mess." Should the sentence read: oxymoronic, oxymora or oxymorons Answer: oxymoronic

English
Choose the best action or situation. An example of a metonym for the planet earth. soil globe rock moon Answer: globe

English
1. When he was ill, he didn't play football. 2. Being ill, he didn't play football. ---------------------------- 3. If he is ill, he will not play football. 4. Being ill, he will not play football. ----------------------------- 5. Although he was ill, he played football. 6. ...

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1. It smells bad in here. 2. It smells bad. 3. It smells bad in this room. ---------------------- What does it refer to in each sentence?

English
1. Being poor, he was always happy. 2. Being ill, he played football. 3. Being rich, he was not happy. 4. Though he was poor, he was always happy. 5. Though he was ill, he played football. 6. Though he was rich, he was not happy. 1=>4, 2=>5, 3=>6...

History
In all English colonies a white man could vote only if he was a Christian Property owner•• Church goer Member of the gentry

English 2
How do the native Americans respond to the spaniards in the first encounter

English
1. I called my brother, walking along the river. 2. I called my brother while I was walking along the river. 3. I called my brother while I walked along the river. -------------------- Which one is closer to #1 in meaning, #2 or #3?

English
1. Being ill, he played football. 2. Although he was ill, he played football. ( #1 is incorrect. #2 is right. We cannot change #2 into #1. Is that right? Where can we find the explanation about that?) 3. Being ill, he couldn't go to school. 4. Because he was ill, he couldn't ...

English
Hello. I'd like to know about the use of the verb like. 1. I like you to go there. 2. I like you going there 3. I like you go there. ---------------------------- Which one is grammatical? ================================ 4. I'd like you to got there. 5. I'd like you going ...

math
100 student appeared in class test for a combined english and hindi examination. 70 students passed in both,8 failed in english and hindi and 5 failed in hindi only find how manystudents failed in english and how many students passed in hindi also find how many students passed...

English
Now,he (watch)the t.V.

English
1. Complete the sentences by using the words in the parenthesis. 2. Complete the sentences by using the words in the parentheses. --------------------------- Which one is right? Do we have to use the singular form or the plural form at the end of each sentence?

English
1. He is knocking on the door. 2. He is knocking at the door. 3. He is knocking (on the door) at the door. ----------------- Which one is right? Are both okay? Do both have a different meaning? Doe #2 mean #3?

English
1. People posted a lot of comments on my blog. 2. People uploaded a lot of comments on my blog. --------------------------- Can we use both verbs? Which one is right?

English
It is the ugliest but has so many colors

English
1. She played the piano, singing a song. 1-2. She played the piano and sang a song. 2. Jenny is in the coffee shop, drinking coffee. 2-2. Jenny is in the coffee shop and drinking coffee. 3. Mike is standing there, listening to music. 3-2. Mike is standing there and listening ...

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1. Being sick, he didn't go to school. 2. Because he was sick, he didn't go to school. (Can we use both expressions? Are they the same?) 3. Being sick, he went out to play soccer. 4. Though he was sick, he went out to play soccer. (What about these two sentences? Can we use ...

English
1. I had this radio fixed by the repairman. 2. I let this doll played by the boy. 3. I bade this work done by the man. 4. I helped my homework done by him. 5. I made this house built by the construction workers. ------------------------------ Are they all grammatical? Past ...

English
1. You broke your computer? 2. Did you break your computer? ---------------------- Does #1 mean #2? What is the difference between them?

English
Smells bad. Do you mind if I open the window? - I'm sorry but I do. I have a cold. ................................ What is the full form of 'Smells bad'? 1. It smells bad. 2. That smells bad. 3. ____ smells bad. Do you sometimes use the expression "Smells bad" in conversation...

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Hi, can I speak to Tom? - Just a moment! I'll get him. -------------------------- This is a telephone conversation. What is the meaning of the last sentence? What is the meaning of the verb 'get'? 1. I'll bring him. 2. I'll fetch him. 3. I'll take him. 4. I'll go and bring him.

English
The poem small passing by I grid de kok is free verse so has no structure, but I am not sure what sound device is used to creat rhythm and form? Please help

English
How does the poet creat contrast in the poem 'small passing' referring to the first section? Lines 1-35 I know what the contrast is. But not sure how to explain how it is created. So the contrast would be how a mother of a white child has. Lost her baby and should not mourn, ...

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1. He smiled brightly, and he extended his hand.(simultaneous situation) 2. He smiled brightly, and he extended his hand at the same time.(simultaneous situation) 3. He smiled brightly, and then he extended his hand. (not simultaneous situation) 4. After he smiled brightly, he...

english
In Expanded Academic ASAP and other periodical databases, it's best to put your exact phrase in A. parentheses. B. between dashes. C. quotation marks. D. between asterisks.

English Lit
Does any one know what the tone is for the poem Small Passing written by Ingrid de Kok?

English
I checked the pronunciation of 'upload' in some dictionaries. I could find several ones. How do we pronounce 'upload'? When upload is used as a verb, do we put the primary stress on the second syllable? Do we put the primary stress on the first syllable when 'upload' is used ...

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1. This morning, I walked to school, feeling embarrassed. 2. This morning, I walked to school, while I was feeling embarrassed. 3. This morning, I walked to school, while I felt embarrassed. 4. This morning, I walked to school, and I felt embarrassed. 5. This morning, I walked...

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1. She found her photo with a lot of comments, making fun of her pose. 2. She found her photo with a lot of comments, which were making fun of her pose. 3. She found her photo with a lot of comments, which made fun of her pose. 4. She found her photo with a lot of comments, ...

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1. She uploaded the pictures on her school website. 2. She uploaded the pictures to her school website. (Which preposition do we have to use, 'on' or 'to'? Are both okay?) 3. Some students posted a lot of unkind comments, making fun of my pose. 4. Some students posted a lot of...

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1. We had a lot of fun, taking pictures with Mina's camera. 2. We had a lot of fun, while we were taking pictures with Mina's camera. 3. We had a lot of fun, while we took pictures with Mina's camera. (Which one is similar to #1, #2 or #3? Are they all the same? Do we have to ...

English
Thank you very much for your help. Here go some more sentences related to participal construction. 1. He was standing there, and he closed his eyes. (Did he close his eyes later? Or was two actions done at the same time?) 2. He was standing there, closing his eyes. 3. He was ...

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1. I shall be lonely with you away. 2. I shall be lonely if you are away. (Does #1 mean #2 in meaning?) 3. She smiled brightly, extending her hand. 4. She smiled brightly while she extended her hand. 5. She smiled brightly and she extended her hand. 6. She smiled brightly and ...

english
The patient is a 13-year-old female weighing 100 pounds who has a sprained wrist. The patient is a 13-year-old female with a sprained wrist weighing 100 pounds.

English 1
Why do some readers choose to join reader groups? A. Groups offer opportunities to discuss interesting topics in literature.*** B. Groups allow readers to find out the ends of stories without reading. C. Groups usually give away free books to their regular attendees. D. Groups...

english
There was one student still taking the exam when the bell rang. I need to find simple subject and complete subject. I know that "STUDENT" is the subject

English
1. As he was young, he liked playing soccer. 2. When he was young, he liked playing soccer. 3. Because he was young, he liked playing soccer. 4. As he was young, he couldn't work at a company. 5. When he was young, he couldn't work at a company. 6. Because he was young, he ...

English
1. Walking along the street, I met her. 2. When I was walking along the street, I met her. 3. When I walked along the street, I met her. * 4. Being walking along the street, I met her. -------------------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Which one is close to #1? Is #4 ...

English
1. I read comic books, eating some snacks. 2. I read comic books while /as I ate some snacks. 3. I read comic books and ate some snacks. 4. I read comic books and ate some snacks at the same time. ---------------------------------- Are they all the same and grammatical? Does #...

English
1. When I meet her, I will be very glad. 2. If I meet her, I will be very glad. 3. As I meet her, I will be very glad. 4. Because I meet her, I will be very glad. 5. Because I will meet her, I will be very glad. --------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Which one ...

English 2
What is the tone of the following lines in "At the Tourist Centre of Boston"? I seem to remember people, at least in the cities, also slush , machines and assorted garbage. Perhaps that was my private mirage which will just evaporate when I go back. -embarrassed -ironic -...

English
1. Looking out the window, a good idea occurred to me. 2. Running along the road, a giant bear came out from the trees. 3. Walking in the park, a boy was jumping on and on. --------------------- Would you look at the sentences above? Are they okay in everyday conversation? Or ...

English
1. Don't tell anyone about it. It's a top secret. ----------------------- If we want to talk about the next valuable secret, what expression can we use? 2. It's a second top secret. 3. It's the next top secret. 4. It's a second class secret. (Do we have to use 'a' or 'the'? ...

English
1. When the dog saw me, he wagged his tail. 2. When he saw me, the dog wagged his tail. -------------------------- Which one is grammatical? Are both ok?

English
1. spend: to use money to buy or pay for something 2. spend: use money to buy or pay for something --------------------------------- word: definition (Why is 'to...' used in a dictionary for the definition of each word? What about #2? Can we use as in #2 as the definition of ...

English
1. Describe what Sonya does at the dacha. 2. What does Sonya do at the dacha? 3. Write down what Sonya does at the dacha. 4. Write more than 7 sentences, describing the things that Sonya does at the dacha. ---------------- Which ones are suitable for a title?

English
1. After Momaday's book came works by other modern American Indian writers. What is the subject? book

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1. Born in 1934 in Oklahoma, Momaday lived on Navajo and Apache reservations in the Southwest. 2. Momaday's father was a Kiowa. 3. As a young man, Momaday attended the University of New Mexico and Stanford University. 4. In the Way to Rainy Mountain, he tells about the myths ...

English
Based on what you've learned about the Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature, which type do you think the expert from The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is more like? Use examples from the excerpt for support. Frodo was lying face upward on the ground and the monster was ...

English
Revise the following sentence so that ACTIONS name KEY VERBS. 1. Our discussion was lively and fun

English
1. Saying hey, the foreigner walked toward me. 2. The foreigner walked toward me, saying hey. 3. The foreigner, saying hey, walked toward me. (Are they all grammatical?) 4. When I was given the mug, I felt happy. 4-2. Given the mug, I felt happy. 5. Because it was written in ...

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1. A kind girl, she was loved by all. 2. Because she was a kind girl, she was loved by all. --------------- Does #1 mean #2? Or in #1, is "A kind girl" in apposition with "she"? 3. As it was rainy, I had to stay at home. 4. It being rainy, I had to stay at home. 5. It rainy, I...

English
1. She stood there, and she closed her eyes. 2. She stood there, closing her eyes. 3. She stood there, with her eyes closed. 4. While she stood there, she closed her eyes. 5. While she closed her eyes, she stood there. ------------------ Are the five sentences all the same in ...

English
Is the word "and" still considered a coordinating conjunction if it is being used in a list rather than to connect two independent clauses? For example: "Jeff wants to buy an apple, a pear, and a banana" Is the "and" used in that sentence still a coordinating conjunction?

English
Is this right? Complete subject: Sniffer dogs Simple subject: dogs Sniffer dogs trained to detect drugs, blood, and explosives can help solve crimes and save lives.

English
1.Read the following lines from the poem "At the Tourist Centre in Boston" is this a manufactured hallucination, a cynical fiction, a lure for export only? Which of the following words best describes the speaker's tone?

english
I have to revise each statement to eliminate the unethical aspects. - Factory- trained technicians respond to all our calls. - “The service contract… on the whole… applied to upgrades .”

English
1. She has a piano. 2. She has two pianos. 3. She has a pianoforte. 4. She has two pianofortes. -------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Do you use #3? What about the plural form of 'pianoforte'? Do you use #4?

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