1. English
    William has some good habits. 1. He likes eating cereal with milk. 2. He offers seats to elderly people. 3. He keeps to the right in the hallway. 4. He remains quiet during the class. But he has some bad habits. 5. He scribbles on his desks. 6. He bullies some of his ...
  2. English
    I feel ______ ______ now. ----------------------------------------​---- [How do you read the sentence above?] 1. I feel two blanks now. 2. I feel blank blank now. 3. I feel blank now.
  3. English
    Today is the first day of middle school. How do you feel? 1. I feel hopeful and nervous. 2. I feel expected and nervous. 3. I feel excited and nervous. 4. I feel ______ and nervous. ----------------------------------------​------------------ Can we answer this way? Which...
  4. spanish plz help!!!!!
    1. Which of the following is the Spanish word for "I" A. el B. tu C. yo **** 2. when you speak to someone older or a person in authority, which of the words would you use to address that person? A. tu B. usted***** C. yo 3.besides Spanish, what other languages is spoken in the...
  5. English
    1. His head moves up and down. 2. His head moves down and up. [#1 is correct. What about #2? do you use 'down and up'?] 3. His head nods. 4. He nods his head. [Are both the same as #1?]
  6. English
    1. He goes to an academy to study math and English. [Is 'an academy' in generic use? Or Does 'an' mean 'one'?] 2. He goes to academies to study math and English. [Is the word 'academies' in generic use?] 3. He goes to the academy to study math and English. [Does 'the academy' ...
  7. English
    English posted by rfvv yesterday at 2:39am 1. I saw a boy in the car. 2. When I saw a boy, I was in the car. 3. I saw a boy who was in the car. At that time I was near the car. [Does #1 mean either #2 or #3 according to the context? Which one is a common explanation for ...
  8. Math & English
    When do we use a capital for the word math? When do we use Math vs math? Example: Own works well in math class or Own works well in Math class? Owen contributes positively in Math through regular participation? VS. Owen contributes positively in math through regular ...
  9. English
    Who knows all of Romeo and Juliet's secrets? A -The Nurse B -Balthasar C -Friar Lawrence**
  10. English
    posted by rfvv Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 6:01am 1. The concert is over. 2. The concert is finished. 3. The concert ended. 4. The concert finished. [Are they the same in meaning? Can we use all the sentences? Which ones are unacceptable? Do you have some more similar ...
  11. English
    1:The maximum number of passengers (blank) posted in the front of the bus. is;are.....is*** 2:More than one-half of Sal's profits (blank) spent on camera equipment. was;were....was*** 3:Both "Pied Beauty and "Spring and Fall: To a Young Child" suggest a sense of? A:...
  12. AP English
    I AM back in Bracciano, a castellated town about 13 miles north of Rome, after a year in New Jersey. I find the Italian Government still unstable, gasoline more expensive than anywhere in the world, butchers and bank clerks and tobacconists (which also means salt sellers) ...
  13. AP English
    I AM back in Bracciano, a castellated town about 13 miles north of Rome, after a year in New Jersey. I find the Italian Government still unstable, gasoline more expensive than anywhere in the world, butchers and bank clerks and tobacconists (which also means salt‐sellers) ...
  14. AP English
    Refer to the excerpt from "A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behavior of Married People". You can infer from the fifth sentence that "them" refers to a. wives b. husbands c. old friends d. sovereign princes e. friendships Fifth Sentence is: "With some limitations they can endure ...
  15. AP English
    Refer to the excerpt from "A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People." The phrase"as a sovereign Prince" in the third sentence of paragraph two is an example of which rhetorical device? a. an appeal to logic b. simile c. an appeal to authority d. an appeal to ...
  16. AP English
    Refer to the excerpt by Charles Lamb. The last sentence, "You may guess what luck generally befalls with such a rusty piece of metal as I am in these new mintings." implies that: a. Lamb wishes he were luckier with women b. Lamb is jealous of his friends' marriage c. most of ...
  17. AP English
    The fourth sentence in "A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People" (I have scarce a married friend of my acquaintance, upon whose firm faith I can rely, whose friendship did not start after the period of his marriage.) is an example of: a. empirical evidence b...
  18. English
    1. I saw a boy in the car. 2. When I saw a boy, I was in the car. 3. I saw a boy who was in the car. At that time I was near the car. [Does #1 mean either #2 or #3 according to the context? Which one is a common explanation for Sentence 1?]
  19. English
    1. Let's meet at the car at six. 2. Let's meet near the car at six. 3. Let's meet inside the car at six. [You mean #1 is #2. #1 doesn't mean #3. Is that right?] 4. Let's meet at the bus at six. 5. Let's meet near the bus at six. 6. Let's meet inside the bus at six. [You mean #...
  20. English
    1. He is sitting in an armchair [which has armrests]. 2. He is sitting on an armchair [which has armrests]. [Can we use both 'in' and 'on' in the sentences?] 3. She is sitting on a stool. 4. She is sitting in a stool. [Can we use 'in' in this sentence? We use 'on' here, right?]
  21. English
    1. My legs are asleep. 2. I am cramped in my legs. 3. I got cramp in my legs. 4. I got a cramp in my legs. [Can we use all the expressions? Which ones are commonly used? Are they the same in meaning?]
  22. English
    1. She is at the bus. 2. She is at the car. 3. She is near the bus. 4. She is near the car. 5. She is by the bus. 6. She is by the car. 7. She is in/on the bus. 8. She is in the car. [Doesn't #1 mean #7? Doesn't #2 mean #8? Is each pair the same?]
  23. English
    posted by rfvv Friday, April 13, 2018 at 9:46pm posted by rfvv Monday, April 9, 2018 at 10:21pm 1. What is the root verb of 'seen'? 2. What is the base verb of 'seen'? 3. What is the bare infinitive of 'seen'? 4. What is the verb root of 'seen'? 5. What is the dictionary form ...
  24. English
    What does rhetoric have to do with democracy? How did the influence of rhetoric spread throughout the world?
  25. English
    Can someone give my examples of famous speeches with repetition in them? for example? "I have a dream" by Martin Luther King. Thanks! ~
  26. English/writing
    Can someone tell me if this sentence is ok? Or give suggestions on how I can make it better? The students not only raised money during the walk-a-thon but continued to collect pledges three weeks afterward.
  27. English
    1. I don't like chocolate. 2. I don't like chocolates. [Can we use both singular and plural forms; chocolate and chocolates? What is the difference between them?]
  28. English
    What do you do in the evening? 1. I do house chores from time to time. 2. I do household chores from time to time. 3. I do chores from time to time. 4. I do some chores from time to time. 5. I do housework from time to time. [Are they all grammatical? Which ones are common ...
  29. English
    1. I put on a gym uniform for PE classes. 2. I put on a jogging suit for PE classes. 3. I put on a uniform for PE classes. 4. I wear a sports uniform for PE classes. 5. I wear sports clothes for PE classes. ================================ What is a common name for a uniform ...
  30. English
    1. He has cereal and milk for breakfast. 2. He has cereal with milk for breakfast. [Which one do we have to use? Are both okay? When we pour milk into a bowl of cereal, which expression do we use?] 3. I have rice, kimchi, some vegetable side dishes for breakfast. [Is it okay...
  31. English
    In English, we are doing a turning point project, which is similar to an essay. I need help editing mine and making it more concise.
  32. English
    posted by rfvv Monday, April 9, 2018 at 10:21pm 1. What is the root verb of 'seen'? 2. What is the base verb of 'seen'? 3. What is the bare infinitive of 'seen'? 4. What is the verb root of 'seen'? 5. What is the dictionary form of 'seen'? 6. What is the base from of the verb...
  33. English
    posted by rfvv today at 6:30am 1. On the way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 2. On our way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 3. On her way home, ...
  34. English
    1. He is taking a walk at the park. 2. He is taking a walk in the park. 3. He is taking a walk on the park. 4. he is taking a walk near/ in front of the park. [Does #1 mean #4? Or does #1 mean #2 or #3?] 5. He is reading a book at the library. 6. He is reading a book in the ...
  35. English
    posted by rfvv Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 11:42pm 1. He is sitting at the computer. 2. He is working at the computer. 3. He is eating at the computer. [Are they all grammatical? Is he doing the activities near or in front of the computer?] Reed Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 1:...
  36. English
    1. On the way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 2. On our way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, Hojin. The concert is over. Move and laugh now. It's okay." 3. On her way home, Mom smiles and says, "Good job, ...
  37. English
    Sandra is working on her Works Cited page for a research paper and needs to include information from a magazine article called "The Cultivation of Violets" by Fiona Knox. It was published in the April 2015 issue of Botany Monthly. The article was found on pages 62 to 66. ...
  38. English
    Choose the option that corrects the error in the underlined portion. If no error exists, choose "No change is necessary." When the body needs to fight infectious diseases it increases the number of white blood cells. a) diseases, it b) diseases. It c) diseases; it d) No change...
  39. English
    Need help writing a horror story. Already got a start but needing help with conclusion
  40. English
    1. We sang karaoke together. 2. We sang together in Kareoke. 3. We sang together in a kareoke. [Which one is grammatical?]
  41. English
    1. A dot is one-dimensional. 2. A surface is two-dimensional. 3. A cube is three-dimensional. 4. At is one-dimension. 5. At is the first dimension. 6. On is two-dimensions. 7. On is the second dimension. 8. On is two dimensions. 9. In is three-dimension. 10. In is three ...
  42. English
    Tom is refined but is brother is rather -------- (a) arrogant (b) crude (c) unskillful (d) foolish
  43. English
    Which of the following from the speech has a parallel structure? A. "our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation" B. "and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal" C. "that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated" D. "which they ...
  44. English please help !!
    Which revision fixes the misplaced modifier in the sentence? Jace organizes his collection of coins from various countries sitting on the floor. A.His collection of coins from various countries sitting on the floor, Jace organizes. B.Sitting on the floor, Jace organizes his ...
  45. english help please!
    Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A.This cake that has the chocolate icing is the bakery's best-selling item. B.The landlord put the key back on the counter that he uses to unlock the front door. C.The trainer whose dog obeys so well typically enters her dog in ...
  46. English
    “My father wanted me to have his ancient Toyota pickup truck for sentimental reasons however, it’s always breaking down.” Which of the following changes should be made to sentence 9? A. Add a semicolon after reasons. B. Add a comma after truck.*** C. Add a ...
  47. English
    1. He is sitting at the computer. 2. He is working at the computer. 3. He is eating at the computer. [Are they all grammatical? Is he doing the activities near or in front of the computer?]
  48. English
    1. The ship is moving on the river. 2. The ship is moving in the river. [Which preposition do we have to use?] 3. He is floating down on a wide board on the river. 4. He is floating down on a wide board in the river. [Do we have to use 'on the river' here?] 5. He is fishing on...
  49. English
    1. He is in the river. [He is inside the river.] 2. He is sitting on the river. [He is sitting on the surface of the water.] 3. He is sitting in the river. [He is sitting on the bottom of the water.] 4. He is eating at the river. 5. He is eating at the riverside...
  50. english
    Each group of sentences contains two errors in parallelism. Underline these errors. Then, on the lines below, rewrite the unbalanced portion to make it parallel with the other listed items in the sentence. 1. Online dating is enjoyable, and it is exciting, but there are also ...
  51. English
    Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but a different connotative meaning than, the word slender. A.) narrow B.) skinny C.) compressed D.) needlelike Which of these is a collective noun? A.) colony B.) dogs C.) them D.) cows Which sentence contains a ...
  52. English
    1. What is the root verb of 'seen'? 2. What is the base verb of 'seen'? 3. What is the bare infinitive of 'seen'? 4. What is the verb root of 'seen'? 5. What is the dictionary form of 'seen'? 6. What is the base from of the verb 'seen'? -It's 'see.' [Which expression in each ...
  53. English
    posted by rfvv Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 5:57am 1. I laugh. Don't laugh, I tell myself. Think of tomorrow's math test. That works. I sit quietly. ----------------------------------------​---------------- In the book, 'Don't laugh' is in italic type. In the book 'Think ...
  54. English- Poetry
    How do authors use gothic and romantic elements to develop content and style that add beauty and power to their writing? (Examples to use: Poe—“Annabel Lee”, “Lenore”, “The Raven”, “The Pit and the Pendulum”--, “Mistletoe Bough”, “Erlkonig”, “Long ...
  55. English
    What is the downfall of the hero in a tragedy? a. the actions of the villain b. his own actions*** c. a weak point in his character
  56. Social studies
    Can someone please help me? Here's my quick check questions :) 1. Native Americans who live in on lake Titicaca use totora reeds for all except A. Making boats and houses B. Wagons C. Clothing D. Food and medicine 2. The Argentinian plains are home to Argentinian cowboys,also ...
  57. English (Comprehension)
    Good morning! I'm having difficulty with this question on my practice sheet, and I wanted a second-hand opinion, any help is appreciated. Read this excerpt: One-eighth of the whole population were colored slaves, not distributed generally over the Union, but localized in the ...
  58. English
    1. He is swimming in the river. 2. He is swimming on the river. [Can we use on as in #2?] 3. He is on top of the bus. 4. He is on the top of the bus. [Can we use both expressions?] 5. He is on the bus. 6. He is on top of the bus. 7. He is in the bus. [Does #5 mean both #6 and...
  59. English
    1. She is at the river. 2. She is by the river. 3. She is at the car. 4. She is by the car. 5. She is at the table. 6. She is by the table. 7. She is at the computer. 8. She is by the computer. [Is each pair the same? Is there any difference in each pair?]
  60. English
    1. At a gift shop, we can buy a teddy bear, right? Do you use 'present shop' instead of 'gift shop'?
  61. English
    What do you think the title, "The Great Gatsby," means? Is Gatsby “great”? Why or why not?
  62. English
    1. He is at school. 2. He is at the school. 3. She is in school. 4. She is in the school. [Can we use 'the' or do we have to use without 'the'? Do they have difference in meaning?] ----------------------------------------​------------------------------ 5. They are at ...
  63. English
    1. Dad is in back of the door. [O] 2. Dad is behind the door. [O] 3. Dad is at the back of the door. [?] 4. Dad is in front of the door. [O] 5. Dad is before the door. [O] ----------------------------------------​---------- I'd like to ask you the question one more time...
  64. English
    1. She is on the car. [She is on top of the car. She is on the top of the car. ] 2. She is in the car. [She is inside the car to drive.] 3. She is at the car. [She is by the car... Is my explanation right?] 4. She is on the bus. [Is she on top of the bus or inside the bus?] 5...
  65. English
    1. He is in the river. [For example, half of his body is in the water. Or he is swimming in the river. He may be enjoying scub-diving in the river.] 2. He is on the river. [He is rowing a boat on the river. He is floating down on a log on the river. He may be sitting on a boat...
  66. English
    1. My leg is asleep. 2. My leg is numb. 3. My leg is sleeping. ------------------------------ Does #1 mean #2? Does #3 carry the meaning of #2? 4. My throat feels funny. 5. My throat feels strange. 6. I have an itchy throat. 7. I have an itching throat. 8. I have a weird ...
  67. English
    1. I do not know every student. [I know some students, and I don't know some students.] 2. I do not know all persons in the room. [I know some persons in this room, but I don't know the other persons.] 3. I do not eat every fast food. [ I eat some fast food, but I don't eat...
  68. English
    1. She doesn't eat breakfast every day. [She eats breakfast sometimes, but she skips breakfast sometimes. In this case, we can use this expressions, can't we?] 2. She doesn't eat breakfast at all every day. [If we put 'at all', she doesn't eat breakfast any day. Right?]
  69. English
    1. The girl on the chair looks back. 2. The girl in the chair looks back. 3. The girl at the chair looks back. ----------------------------------------​------- Does #1 mean #2? Can we use the preposition 'at' before the chair? What is the difference between #1 and #2? ...
  70. English
    Jazz's growing appeal and popularity paralleled a growing American ________. This is a fill in the blank. I have no bank of vocabulary to choose from. The sites I had to read were Jazz: A Musical Discussion and two PBS sites: the Roaring 20's and The Great Depression. However...
  71. English
    English help? Read these lines from Robert Browning’s “My Last Duchess.” “A heart – how shall I say? – too soon made glad,/Too easily impressed; she liked whate’er/She looked on, and her looks went everywhere.” How is the poem’s speaker describing its subject...
  72. English
    Read these lines from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott" "Willows whiten, aspens quiver, Little breezes dusk and shiver, Through the wave that runs forever, By the island in the river, Flowing down to Camelot" Toward whose home is the river flowing? a-Beowulf b-...
  73. English
    What does diffusive mean in the following? "But th0" I seem in star and flower/"To feel thee some diffusive power" a- scattering b- transforming c- understanding d- uniting My answer is A
  74. English
    What does temper mean in the following? "One equal temper of heroic hearts,/Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will" a- frame of mind b- plan for attack c- path to destiny d-degree of balance My answer is A
  75. English
    posted by rfvv yesterday at 7:03am 1. If we don't go to school, we go to academies. 2. If we don't go to school, we go to an academy. 3. If we don't go to school, we go to academy. 4. If I don't go to school, I go to academies. 5. If I don't go to school, I go to an academy. 6...
  76. English
    How do you pronounce 'subject', [-jikt] or [-jekt]? Are both okay? Which one is popular?
  77. AP English
    In his famouse quote "to be or not to be" what is Hamlet referring to? Does Hamlet exhibit signs if mental instability in the story?
  78. English
    1. If we don't go to school, we go to academies. 2. If we don't go to school, we go to an academy. 3. If we don't go to school, we go to academy. 4. If I don't go to school, I go to academies. 5. If I don't go to school, I go to an academy. 6. If I don't go to school, I go to ...
  79. English
    1. The concert is over. 2. The concert is finished. 3. The concert ended. 4. The concert finished. [Are they the same in meaning? Can we use all the sentences? Which ones are unacceptable? Do you have some more similar expressions?]
  80. English
    1. I laugh. Don't laugh, I tell myself. Think of tomorrow's math test. That works. I sit quietly. ----------------------------------------​---------------- In the book, 'Don't laugh' is in italic type. In the book 'Think of tomorrow's math test.'is in italic type. In ...
  81. English
    1. I hit the chair in front of me. 1-1. I hit the chair in front of myself. 2. I hit the chair before me. [They are okay. They are the same. By the way, do you use #1-1? A reflexive pronoun is used here.] 3. I hit the chair in back of me. [O] 4. I hit the chair in the back of ...
  82. English
    1. We are at my cousin's school. 2. We are in my cousin's school. [Can we use both prepositions?] 3. He plays his violin on stage. 4. He plays his violin on the stage. [Are both correct? Which one is commonly used?] 5. I move in my seat. 6. I move on my seat. [Which ...
  83. English
    Jason wrote a report about comedy. According to MLA format, which of the following correctly cites a book that he used for his report? A. Jenkins, Angie. Punch Lines. Pencil Pusher Publishing: New York, 2010.**** B. Sam Smith. Funny Bones. (London: Pemberly Publishing, 2008). ...
  84. English
    Hello, I am trying to write a research paper about women in law enforcement. I’m stuck on how to start to write this, I need helppp!
  85. English
    Loudly applauding, the audience gave the actors a standing ovation. In the sentence, the participial phrase loudly applauding functions as A. a verb. B. an adjective. C. an adverb. D. a noun.***
  86. English
    1. She doesn't eat breakfast every day. 2. She never eats breakfast. 3. Sometimes she eats breakfast, and sometimes she doesn't eat breakfast. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3?]
  87. English
    1. After school, I go to a taekwondo center to learn taekwondo. 2. After school, I go to a taekwondo studio to learn taekwondo. [Which noun do we have to use? Do you have some more expressions?] 3. After school, I go to an oratorical academy to learn how to make a speech in ...
  88. English
    1. Write the English, and then match the Korean. 2. Write English, and then match Korean. 3. Write the English language, and then match the Korean language. [Do you use #1?]
  89. English
    1. I go to academy for my English. 2. I go to an academy to learn English. 3. I go to an English academy after school. 4. I go to English academy to learn English. 5. I go to a private institute to learn three subjects such as English, math and science. 6. I go to private ...
  90. English
    1. I eat cereal for breakfast. 2. I eat cereals for breakfast. 3. I eat cereal for my breakfast. 4. I eat cereals for my breakfast. [Can we use all the expressions? Which expressions are common?]
  91. English 10
    5. In "Cranes" Song-sam's memories of his father reveal that A) he left the village with the approval of his father B) he brought dishonor on his household when he left C) he always questioned his choice to leave the village D) he is embarrassed by his decision to leave the ...
  92. English
    1. say [sei] 2. says[sez] 3. says [seiz] ---------------------------- #1 and #2 are correct. What about #3? Don't you use the pronunciation of #3? How come you don't use #3?
  93. English
    1. water closet [Longman Dictionary] noun [ C usually singular ] uk ​ /ˈwɔː.tə ˌklɒz.ɪt/ us ​ /ˈwɑː.t̬ɚ ˌklɑː.zɪt/ [old-fashioned] a toilet 2. water closet [Cambridge Dictionary​ full form of WC: a toilet, or a room containing a toilet...
  94. english
    Classic Dramatic Structure Dramatic structure is the underlying structure of a play, novel, or other work of fiction. Classic dramatic structure is a specific, five-part style of dramatic structure originally used in ancient Greek drama and, to some extent, in modern drama as ...
  95. English
    The person who correctly guesses what I am thinking of should come to the front and continue playing the Twenty Questions Game. He or she should think of something in mind. Other students should start asking Yes/No questions to try to know what it is. 1. You should guess what ...
  96. English
    1. He doesn't go to work every Sunday. 2. He doesn't go to work on Sundays. 3. He sometimes go to work on Sunday, and sometimes doesn't go to work on Sunday. 4. He doesn't go to work on any Sunday. [Does #1 mean #2? Are both the same? Does #1 mean #3 or #4?]
  97. English
    1. Books are expensice. 1-1. Books in general are expensive. [Is this explanation correct?] 2. The books are expensive. 2-1. The specific books are expensive. [Is this explanation correct?] 3. The books in this library are expensive. 3-1. All the books in this library are ...
  98. English
    I read a story and now it asking me to identify the theme. I don’t know how to identify a theme. Can you give me some tips and make me understand what that means. How am I suppose to find those clues in a story that tell me this is a theme or some clues.
  99. English
    Which of the following sentences contains an infinitive? A. Courtney traveled to the mountains each year for a ski trip with her family. B. Komail practiced playing his guitar to his animals before each big recital. C. My best friend led the class in singing "Happy Birthday" ...
  100. English
    Which of the following sentences contains a gerund? A. After deciding what to write about, Evan went to the library. B. Evan will be typing his English paper throughout the evening. C. Editing papers was Evan's favorite part of the writing process. D. Evan needs an interesting...
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