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What quote from Romeo and Juliet Act 3, Scene 5 illustrates Shakespeare's use of comic relief? A) Lady Capulet: Marry, my child, early next Thursday morn/The gallant, young, and noble gentleman,/The County Paris, at Saint Peter's Church,/Shall happily make thee there a joyful ...

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The most obvious influence of British colonization on the country of Australia is Australia's A) use of the English language.**** B) adoption of British currency. C) declaration of war on France. D) participation in world trade. Which of these marked the southern border of ...

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How many hours a day do you play computer games? 1. I play computer games for 1-2 hours. 2. I play computer games 1-2 hours. 3. I play computer games for from 1 to 2 hours. 4. I play computer games from 1 to 2 hours. 5. I play computer games for 1 through 2 hours...

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1. He hid the letter in a drawer. 2. He hided the letter in a drawer. (Can we use both 'hid' and 'hided' as a past tense? Do you use 'hided' as a past tense for the verb hide?)

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1. He is a drunkard. 2. He is a heavy drinker. 3. He is a strong drinker. 4. He drinks like a fish. 5. He is a real soaker. ---------------------------- There are many expressions about a person who drinks too much in the dictionary. Are they all grammatical? Which ones are ...

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1. Drink more than three 300-milliliter bottles of water every day. 2. Drink over 0.5-milliliter of bottles of water a day. 3. Drink three 0.5-ml of bottles of water every day. 4. Drink three one-liter bottles of water a day. (Can we use all the expressions?)

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1. Sleep for more than 7 hours. 2. Sleep more than 7 hours. (Are both OK? Which one is commonly used?) 3. Don't exercise too hard. 4. Don't exercise too much. 5. Don't exercise too often. 6. Don't exercise too long. (Can we use all the expressions?)

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A raisin in the sun. Regina allows Horace to die. A) Falling Action B) Climax C) Resolution D) Denouement

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8.What can readers infer from the following quote from Act V, Scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet? Prince: A gloomy peace this morning with it brings; The sun for sorrow will not show his head. Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things; Some shall be pardon’d, and some ...

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Which of the following quotes from Act III, Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet, illustrates Shakespeare's use of comic relief? A) Lady Capulet: Marry, my child, early next Thursday morn/The gallant, young, and noble gentleman,/The County Paris, at Saint Peter's Church,/Shall happily ...

English
I need help finding three more Nonfiction signposts from the book called " bird by bird " by Anne Lamott.

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Which passage would best reflect Gatsby personality and why ? From the book called Great Gatsby

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What is the main idea of this passage? (look up fighting hitler a holocaust story scholastic scope pdf on google). What is the main idea of this poem? (look up A Wagon Of Shoes - Poem by Abraham Sutzkever). Tell why scope magazine decided to pair these texts together (why are...

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How is "Mortals" an example of postmodernist fiction? Select three examples from the text that best represent why "mortals" is an example of postmodernist fiction. Then, use The text examples to support your thinking as to why "Mortals" reflects this genre.

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What elements are present in postmodernist society? Choose three elements that are present in postmodernist society and explain how these elements reflect the time.

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What scene does romeo and juliets parents forbid them to see each other ?

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(1) It rains. (2) It is cold. (3) It is growing dark. (4) It seems that there is no end to this. (5) It is unclear why he cut the rope. (6) It snows a lot. (7) It is snowing a lot. ------------------------------ "Rains" and "snows" are impersonal verbs. It is an impersonal ...

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1. The rules for lighting are not always this simple, but the possibilities are endless. 2. The secret to taking beautiful photographs is an understanding of composition and lighting. 3. When both composition and lighting are well considered, a fantastic photo is just a click ...

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1. which of the following is an example of accidental plagiarism? A. Submitting a paper that was written by a friend. B. copying information from a source and identifying it as your own C. Summarizing information without including a source credit D. Forgetting to include an in...

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1. which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? A. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slowly writer. B. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slow writer. C. The student wrote too slowly to ...

Math
out of 80 candidates who appeared for a combined test in English and Hindi, 64 passed at least in one subject. If 45 passed in English and 52 passed in hindi. how many passed in both the subject ?

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1. I will help him. 2. I shall help him 3. I shall[stressed] help him. -------------------------------- Q1: When 'shall' is stressed, does #3 have stronger volition of the subject? (stronger than #1 in meaning?) Q2: What is the difference between #1 and #2? #1 indicates the ...

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1. He will die. 2. He shall die. 3. He will{stressed] die. 3-1. He intends to die. 4. He'll die. --------------------------- Q1: Does #4 mean #1 or #2? Q2: When 'will' is stressed as in #3, does #3 mean #3-1? (the volition of the subject) Q3: Doesn't #4 mean #3? Can the ...

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1. He didn't even bother to let me know he was coming. 2. He didn't even bother letting me know he was coming. (Can we use both sentences? Do we put 'to-infinitive' and 'gerund' after 'bother?)

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African slaughter rituals should be allowed in the suburbs

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Help i need to write an acrostic poem about my hopes and dreams for high school

English language
Identify the direct and indirect object in the following sentences using D.O. for direct object and I.D. for indirect objects. 1. Mr. Brown asked the principal several questions. 2. Our neighbor told us stories about her life in china. 3. The assistant handed the plumber a ...

English language
Please help me. Identify each simple subject and each simple predicate in the following sentences using S. S. for simple subject and S. P. for simple predicate. A. My brother is going to college next year. B. That was a funny puppet show. C. My aunt is manager of the record ...

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In the odyssey Penelope best displays loyalty when she A) Weeps in her bed at night. B) Devises a plan to delay her marriage in Odysseus's absence. C) Finishes sewing a burial shroud for Odysseus's father. D) Announces that she will marry the winner of the archery contest.

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Identify the direct and indirect object in the following sentences using D.O. for direct object and I.D. for indirect objects. 1. Mr. Brown asked the principal several questions. 2. Our neighbor told us stories about her life in china. 3. The assistant handed the plumber a ...

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I have to write a research proposal for english! Here is what's written: Review your final research proposal draft one last time. Make sure that your topic focuses on some cultural aspect of one of the countries (Turkey, Armenia, Iraq, India, or Sri Lanka). Make sure that you ...

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An extensive list that identifies sources cited in your research report is called a(n):

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What does the child wonder about his teacher

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what are similes in the poem gathering leaves by Robert frost

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I need to write a dramatic monologue as Jordan from the Great Gatsby. The context is that it is approximately 5 years since Gatsby died and Jordan is talking to Daisy at a golf competition in Chicago. That's all the information I have and it's a grade 12 English assignment. ...

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What's a surprising statement about William Shakespeare that can be used as a hook in an essay? I can't seem to find any and my essay is starting to sound quite repetitive lol.

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I'm doing a Shakespeare essay and I need help coming up with a unique title. All I can think if is ''The Mysterious Life of Shakespeare'' or cross out ''Mysterious'' ... I will not use your ideas completely, since that would most likely show up as plagiarism.

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1. I can swim well. 2. I could swim well. ------------------ What is the difference between the two sentences? Is 'could' politer than 'can' in meaning?

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1. Make sure all windows are closed. 2. Make certain all windows are closed. 3. Be certain all windows are closed. 4. Be certain that all windows are closed. 5. Be sure to come here in time. 6. Be certain to come here in time. 7 Make sure you don't smoke in this room. 8. Make ...

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1. Be sure (that) you arrive at work on time every morning. 2. Make sure (that) you arrive at work on time every morning. 3. Be sure to arrive at work on time every morning. 4. Make sure to arrive at work on time every morning. ------------------ Are they all grammatical and ...

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3 quotes for fiction signposts. For the book called Bird by bird by anne lamott

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Writing an argument essay on why Michael Jackson is the worlds greatest entertainer of all time. Some counter arguments I thought of are how people can say he was "back in his time" but not anymore, and i can back it up with stating facts. I have written my body of the essay ...

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1. She wrote with a pencil. 2. She wrote in pencil. 3. She is writing a letter in pen. 4. She is writing a letter with a pen. 5. She is writing a letter in a pen. -------------------------------- Are they all grammatical except #5? Why can't we put 'a' or 'an' after 'in' in ...

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1. Keep the window shut. 2. He kept the shop closed. (Are both grammatical? Is 'shut' a past participle meaning 'closed'? Does #2 mean "He hasn't run the shop.") 3. Keep the light burning. 4. I'm sorry to have kept you waiting. 5. They kept the man a hero. 6. He kept himself a...

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A ballpoint pen, also known as a biro,[1] or ball pen, is a pen that dispenses ink over a metal ball at its point, i.e. over a "ball point". The metal commonly used is steel, brass, or tungsten carbide.[from Wikipedia] -------------------- According to the definition,can we ...

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1. We need a house which we can live in. 2. We need a house we can live in. 3. We need a house to live in. 4. We need a house in which we can live. 5. We need a house in which to live. (Are they all grammatical? What about #3 and #5?) 6. We need a house to live. 7. We need a ...

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1. Read the sentences on the page loudly, not in a soft voice. 2. I need you to raise your voice when you read the passage. 3. Would you read the sentences aloud? Don't read them in a quiet voice. 4. Your voice is too low/too soft/too quiet/too small. Will you read the ...

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I need one student to come up here to act out the tree pose. Who can do the tree pose in front of the classmates? OK. Come up here. Be seated on the chair. You should do as you are told. You should folow my directions. Stand up. Raise your right foot and place it against your ...

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1. I want something to write. 2. I want something that I can write. 3. I want something to write on. 4. I want something that I can write on. 5. I want something to write with. 6. I want something that I can write with. (Is each pair the same? Can we use other auxiliaries ...

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So I'm writing an argument essay and for my topic I chose something I'm very passionate and feel strongly about. My topic is michael Jackson is the greatest entertainer to live. Of course people will disagree which is why I chose the topic. Can anyone help me and give me ideas...

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1) I had to wrack my brain and plum the depths of my resources the foul consequences of my previous vice. Which of the following homophones should be used to correct the sentence above? A. Fowl B. Plumb C. Rack D. Vise 2) Which of the following sentences correctly uses subject...

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1)which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? A. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slowly writer. B. The student wrote too slow to finish the exam, but he has always been a slow writer. C. The student wrote too slowly to ...

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What is one of Carmody's main motives in this scene?

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what made lencho predict a rainfall?

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In the poem You Begin by Margaret Atwood, what does the warm stone signify? Is it only the child's hand?

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Write a diary entry on nightingales emotional exertion.

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Which of the following is a reason to use parallel sentence structures in a literary analysis essay?

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The other girls picked on her because of her size. ----------------------------- Q1: Is 'picked' a transitive verb or an intransitive verb? Is 'on' a preposition or an adverb? What is the meaning of 'pick' here? Q2: What other expressions can we use instead of 'picked on'?

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1. Identify the correctly punctuated sentence. A. Monarch butterflies migrate long distances each year—other butterflies live in southern climates throughout the year. B. Monarch butterflies migrate long distances each year, other butterflies live in southern climates ...

ASL; American Sign Language
Hi, I'f someone could let me know i'f my english and ASL transcript is correct I would greatly appreciate it? I need to make a short dialogue between two people at least five sentences and then write it in ASL gloss beneath. (Mom) Elizabeth (Shift Left): Hey Kendra how was ...

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1. Read the following passage from "The Swimming Contest". "Come over here, Nahida," the old lady said," and kiss the hand of the hakima who cured your grandmother. And this is her son." Nahida came hesitantly into the room and stood in front of my mother. My mother embraced ...

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1. All of the following quotes from "The Swimming Contest" are intended to foreshadow the future conflict between the narrator and Abdul-Karim EXCEPT A. "But it's not true that we're driving the Arabs out. We are out for peace, not war."***** B. "Abdul-Karim is studying at the...

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1. Read the following passage from "The Cabuliwallah." I took them and was going to pay him, but he caught my hand and said: "you are very kind, sir! Keep me in your recollection; do not offer me money! You have a little girl; I too have one like her in my own home. I thought ...

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1. Read the following passage from "The Swimming Contest." With a sigh my mother replies, "My husband's no longer alive, either. But his house and his father's house aren't here; everything remained over there, abroad, and I live in a rented apartment summer and winter." "That...

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1. Read the following lines from "Thoughts of Hanoi." Brother, How is all that now? Or is it obsolete? Are you like me, Reliving the past, Imagining the future? Do you count me as a friend or am I the enemy in your eyes? Brother, I am afraid That one day I'll be with the March...

English {2 Questions}
1. Identify the statement that is a verifiable fact. A. Teenagers seem to prefer texting to talking when it comes to cell phone use. B. Lifeguarding is one of the easiest and most lucrative summer jobs for teenagers. C. The number of teenagers who own and use smart phones is ...

English 2nd post (Can someone please check my work
1. Read the following passage from "Another Evening at the Club." Putting the ring away in his pocket, he bent over her and with both hands gently patted her on the cheeks. It was a gesture she had long become use to, A gesture that promised her continued security, that told ...

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1. Mom will be downstairs. 2. Mom will be downstairs now. 3. Mom will be downstairs in the afternoon. ------------------------------ In #2, Mom is downstairs, I think. In #3, it tells the future tense. Then, what about #1? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Does #1 tells the guessing of ...

Math
In Mike's English class at university there are 178 students, of whom 51 also study history and 44 also study statistics. There are another 85 students who also study history, of whom 25 study statistics also. Another 35 students study only statistics. If 15 students study all...

English
1. Read the following passage from "Another Evening at the Club." Putting the ring away in his pocket, he bent over her and with both hands gently patted her on the cheeks. It was a gesture she had long become use to, A gesture that promised her continued security, that told ...

English
1. Read the following passage from "Like the Sun", in which Sekhar has decided to both give and take "absolute truth." At home his wife served him with a sullen face. He knew she was still angry with him for his remark of the morning. Two casualties for today, Sekhar said to ...

English (Please Check My Work)
(Can someone please check my work.) 1. Read the following passage found in From Emperor to Citizen. From my infancy I was accustomed to having people kowtow to me, particularly people over ten times my own age. They included old officials of the Ching Dynasty and the elders of...

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1. Read the following lines from the poem "Eve to Her Daughters" in which the speaker describes Adam. In the process he had to on reveal everything, because he believed that mechanism was the whole secret- he was always mechanical minded. He got to the very inside of the whole...

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1. All of the following lines from "Cranes" demonstrate the story's message about the effects of war on people except. A. "The northern village at the border of the Thirty-eighth Parallel was snugly settled under the high, bright autumn sky."**** B. "Then he suddenly he ...

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1. He built a fire in/on the mountain. 2. He made a fire in/on the mountain. 3. He started a fire in/on the mountain. 4. He lighted a fire in/on the mountain. --------------------------- Can we use all the verbs? Are they the same? What about the prepositions? Can we use both ...

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2.Read the following paragraph found in the selection from "From Emperor to Citizen." The "Articles for Favorable Treatment" stipulated that I could live temporarily in the Imperial Palace without fixing any definite time limit. Apart from three large halls that were handed ...

English Ms Sue Help
One would expect people living in a utopian society to be A.wealthy. B.difficult.---- C.idealistic D.Impossible Is B Correct

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1.Read the following passage from "The Tall Woman and Her Short Husband ." 
Though the tailor's wife was indefatigable she failed to discover how the incongruous couple who passes there before her eyes had came to marry. She found this most frustrating; it posed a formidable...

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1. If you do it, you will be successful. 2. If you will do it, you will be successful. (Is #2 grammatical?) 3. If you will[wíl] do it, you will be successful. (What about this one? In the if clause, 'will' is stressed, which indicates the volition of the subject. In this case...

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I'm so nervous. 1. I could forget everything. 2. I might forget everything. 3. I can forget everything. 4. I may forget everything. ----------------------- Can we use all the statements? What is the difference among them? Which ones are commonly used? Is #1 the same as #2? Is...

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1. Make sure you write some notes of/about the leson. 2. Make sure you make some notes of the lesson. 3. Make sure you take some notes of the lesson. ------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Which one is better, 'of' or 'about' in Sentence 1? I appreciate ...

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1. Watch out for vehicles on the street. 2. Look out for vehicles on the street. 3. Be careful about vehicles on the street. ---------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Can we use other prepositions instead of each prepositions in the sentences?

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Q1: Is a backpack used as a school bag a lot in the USA? Q2: I don't know how to save money. 1. I can help you with that. 2. I can help you with saving money. 3. I can help you save money. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

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1. She is a stewardess with Korean Air. 2. She is a stewardess at Korean Air. 3. She is a stewardess in Korean Air. 4. She is a stewardess for Korean Air. ------------------------------ Can we use other prepositions instead of 'with' as in Sentence 1?

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1. She jumped with joy. 2. She jumped for joy. ------------------- Can we use both 'with' and 'for'? Are they the same in meaning? Which one is used commonly?

Foreign language
Namaste is a salutation used in India. Do you know the meaning of "namaste' in English? • foreign language - PsyDAG, Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 3:41am From Google: Translated roughly, it means "I bow to the God within you", or "The Spirit within me salutes the Spirit in you...

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Please help correct my answers for potential interview. what are your strenghts and weaknesses? my greatest strengths is i always completed a multi tasks a head the deadline. my weaknesses is being a perfectionist on myself i always make sure that every tasks assigned to me is...

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Pleaese correct my answers on the potential interview for telll me about yourself. i'm 48 years old, previously i have been working abroad in k.d.s as photolab operator since 1993-2003. i completed a training course in caregiver may 2003. from 2006-2015 i have been working ...

math
How many arrangement are possible from word "DIRECTION" so that a consonant from the first half of english alphabet occupies only the first position and vowels only the last position? (ans 36)?

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infinitive phrases underline each infinitive or infinitive phrase, indicating whether it acts as an adjective, an adverb, or a noun

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Which is greater_____ to human happiness, war or poverty? encumber encumbering encumbered encumbrance answer: encumbering

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How to write a formal letter for municipality about a broken pipe

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Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Jolene went to the city to find a new job.

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what lesson does milo learn in the phantom tollbooth?!? please help as soon as possible.

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What are the overall effectiveness of the speech "Pearson’s address on the inauguration of the national flag of Canada" What are his persuasive goal and what arguments he uses to achieve his purpose?

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a sense of fear gushed throughout my body does it make sense?

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1. He will[no accent] die. (simple future tense; "will" indicates natural result, guessing or possibility) 2. He shall die. (the volition of the speaker) = I will kill him. 3. He will[wíl] die. (the volition of the subject) = He intends to die. He wants to die willingly...

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1. He fought with one of them. 2. He fought against one of them. 3. He fought with wild animals lonely. 4. He fought against wild animals lonely. 5. During the war, he fought with his comrades. 6. During the war, he fought against his comrades. ----------------- #1 is #2. #3 ...

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1. Look both ways carefully before you cross the road. 2. Look at both ways carefully before you cross the road. --------------------------- Which one is correct? Do we have to put 'at' after 'look' or not?

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