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5th Grade English Grammar
positive comparative superlative for troubled, straight, friendly, dry, safe, useful, flat, willing, blue, worst, and sad. Thanks.

English
So I already post a question however I forgot to write the definition of "conventional phrases" so here it is:Meaning beyond literal meaning Ex. – if a character is making his/her bed or making the bed narrow, the speaker is preparing for death My questions are what are the ...

English Grammar 5th grade
Answers for suffixes colorful, late, northern, troubled, straight, friendly, dry, safe, useful, flat, willing, early, hungry, blue, worst, sad. Thanks! For Helping me!

business english
It is the case that good communicators advance more quickly in the company. What would be best revision of this sentence?

English
I need help finding conventional phrases in the Ballad of Birmingham by Dudley Randall that could add to the mood of suspense and tragedy.

apush
20 reasons for European exploration in 15th and 16th century? I have to get 20 but i can't find any other reason. Please read what i have and try to think of what i can put on the list. ⦁ Fall of Constantinople to muslim ottoman turks. Constantinople connected europe and ...

English
From what language is the word polymer derived? I think it's Greek.

English
What are the two ways that a writer can use internal or in-text citations? A.Works cited and prepositional phrase B.Signaling phrase and parenthetical citation C.Absolute phrase and plagiarism citation D.Documentation and works cited phrase Is it B?

Pottery
how do the poetic elements increase my interesting in the poem of "How I Learned English"

English is this right?
How do most people use comparison/contrast? A. To prove that others are wrong B. To make informed choices C. To destroy many political debates D.To share unbiased information The answer is B right?

Math
Each letter of the English alphabet is written on a scrap of paper and put in a hat. P(J) = start fraction 1 over 26 end fraction. What type of probability is illustrated and why? (1 point) theoretical; the result is based on the number of possible outcomes* theoretical; the ...

English
Can you proof read or correct my sentence? Why does immigrant migrate even though we have a law as being illegal? There are various reasons for illegal immigrant migrating such as seeking for job, for safe life and for quality of life. Because of the unemployment, people tends...

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

English
1. I have seven balls. One is white, another is black, a third is blue, a fourth is green, a fifth is brown, a sixth is pink, and the other is orange. (Is this sentence grammatical and commonly used? 2. I have two balls: One is green and the other is yellow. 3. I have two ...

English
posted by rfvv on Monday, August 29, 2011 at 12:18am. 1. I have three balls: one is green, another is blue, and the other is white. 2. I have three balls: one is green, a second is blue, and the third is white. (Are both grammatical?) 3. I have three balls; one is green, ...

English - check
This rock turned out to be high grade uranium ore. Function is adjective Uranium is a radioactive element that is used to create nuclear energy. Function is Adjective During the spring of 1950, a man bent down to pick up a yellow rock. Function is Direct Object New Mexico has ...

English - check
New Mexico now claims to have 72 percent of the country's uranium reserves. Just checking in advance but would the function of this infinitive phrase be direct object since it's receiving action from the verb?

English
Use capital letters, quotation marks, and other punctuation marks where they are needed in each of the following sentences. 1. I've read, Janell quickly replied, the one titled, Beat the Story-Drum, Pum-Pum. 2. Isn't that Elton asked about African American spirituals? 3. "You'...

English
For the following sentences, insert​commas, quotation marks, and capita​l letters where they are needed. W​rite "C" if the sentence is correc​t. 1) When I shrieked in fear,the usher  warned me to be quiet. 2) At the ...

English
Compare Lines 586-87 with those spoken by Satan in Book I: "The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n."

english
what point Gordimer is trying to illustrate through the contrast in “The Train from Rhodesia” between the description of the wooden figures and the description of the begging children

English
Someone help I've posted a message a while ago:( I desperately need help

English
My answer however i need help with it as you can see i haven't answered the question fully-her attitude was always positive but can be undone quickly by her disturbing thoughts- The question says Explain, using your own words, what Christopher tells you about his mother’s ...

English
What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence? Put the lasagna in the oven tonight if you don't mind. 1) put the lasagna 2) in the over 3) the oven tonight 4) if you don't mind I think #1

English
1. I put my many books on the desk. 2. I put many books of mine on the desk. 3. I bought the many books at the book store. 4. I don't have any those books. 5. What those books do you have? 6. What many books do you want? 7. These many books are valuable...

AP English Literature
PLEASE HELP ME this is from "the importance of being earnest" In Act II, Miss Prism and Dr. Chasuble are introduced for the first time. Their relationship can be best described by all of the following EXCEPT: A subplot A serious criticism of education and religion *** A foil ...

English
How can I paraphrase this sentence? Creative writers/poets create original written works, such as scripts, essays, prose, poetry or song lyrics, for publication or performance.

English
1. Have a conversation with your friends. 2. Have a communication with your partners. 3. Have a chatting with your partners. 4. Have a talking with your classmates. 5. Have a speaking with your close friends. 6. Converse with your friends on the titles. 7. Communicate with ...

English
1. He goes to a concert every other week. 2. He goes to a concert biweekly. 3. He goes to a musical every other month. 4. He goes to a musical bimonthly. 5. She goes to a shop every other day. 6. She goes to a shop bidaily. 7. They have a meeting every other year. 8. They have...

English
1. We learned math and science. 2. We learnt math and science. (Which past do we use? Are both okay? Which one is commonly used?) 3. I went there every other week. 4. I went there every second week. 5. I went there every two weeks. (Are the three sentences the same?)

AP English Literature
This is from "The Importance of Being Earnest" This is from "The Importance of being Earnest" Wilde wants the reader to laugh at the attitudes, pretension, and behavior of almost everyone in the play, with perhaps one exception. Who? -John Worthing -Miss Prism -Lane -Lady ...

English
1. He has four balls. One is white, another is blue, another is green, and the other is yellow. 2. He has four balls. One is white, another is blue, a third is green, and the other is yellow. 3. He has four balls. One is white, another is blue, a third is green, and the fourth...

AP English Literature
After jack proposes to Gwendolen, he is interviewed by Lady Bracknell to interpret whether he is a suitable marriage possibility for Gwendolen. This encounter with Lady Bracknell reveals all of the following except - Victorian Beliefs - Lady Bracknell's past *** - Victorian ...

9th grade English
Sam had to mix __________ parts of the two chemicals for the experiment. a. equaled b. equitably c. equal d. equate f. equation I pick C This seems to easy am I missing something?

English
is point of view a literary element or literary technique?

english
Revise this sentence. Can you help me? I'm having trouble with the subject and verb. Plato was born around 428 B.C. His family was part of the Roman aristocracy. Many of his family members were active in politics. But Plato consciously resisted ever becoming a statesman himself.

Math
a consonant when 1 letter is chosen at random from among the 26 letters of the English alphabet

English
1. This is the boy whom I spoke of yesterday. 2. This is the boy of whom I spoke of yesterday. 3. This is the boy who I spoke of yesterday. 4. This is the boy of who I spoke of yesterday. ----------------------- All are correct except #4? Am I right? Why do we use 'who' in #3...

English
In "the Most Dangerous Game," the character of Zaroff serves a a(n)_______ to the protagonist, sharply contrasting Rainsford's personality. This problem has no answer choices, but it is a fill-in-the-blank. I don't know what it is for the life of me. Any ideas?

english grammar
1. Our high school would not ________until mid September mid-september mid-September . a. reopen b. re-open c. re open I think the answer is B 2. We were enjoying our break by indulging in ______activities a. childlike b. child-like c. child like I think the answer is C 3. and...

english
Because he was bourgeois coddled despotic _______ as a child, Rob was a rather self-centered teenager. dubious coddled despotic bourgeois 2.After hearing the raucous, cheering response to Adam’s speech, Mr. James feared that his new student body president might be an ...

English
1. What are the languages (which are) spoken in Canada? 2. Look at the boy who (is running) in the playground. 3. Did you see the basket (which is) full of apples? 4. I met the boy (who is) out of the classroom. ------------------------ Can we delete the expressions in the ...

English
1. You don't need to go there. 2. You need not go there. 3. You don't have to go there. 4. You have not to go there. ---------------------------- They are the same in meaning. However, #4 is not used frequently, right? In British English, is #4 used these days? Where is #4 ...

english
Which phrase or sentence in this excerpt from Kurt Vonnegut's "Report on the Barnhouse Effect" demonstrates the use of irony? One long bench had been brought in for the ten of us privileged to watch. The television screens showed, from left to right, the stretch of desert ...

english
Which wars did John Steinbeck's "Symptoms" and Tim O'Brien's "Ambush" discuss? Does anyone know where I can find these essays so I can answer this question?

English
1. Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence. A. Most of my friends, even CiCi, are excited about the spring play.*** B. Memorizing a monologue is challenging. C. Even with help, I will struggle with a few lines in mine. D. Jason gets stage fright so he decided not to ...

English
Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence. A. You must return your first rental, before they will send you another movie. *** B. If you cleaned your room, maybe you would be able to find the DVD. C. Let's clear out the trash, clothes, and soda cans. d. Yes, I foud the DVD ...

English
1. She wants to read the comic book. 2. She wants to read the specific comic book. ------------------------------ Does #1 mean #2? Or is 'the' used in generic use?

English
I just want to know if what this phrase means from "Letter to a Citizen of Kentucky" "Right or wrong, I assumed this ground, and now avow it." Is he reffering to that he forged an agreement, formed an alliance, made a supposition or took this position

English
In the Oddyssey, was Odysseus' action of telling the Polyphemus that his name is "Nohbdy" or was him allowing Circe to persuade him to stay with her the most characteristic of an epic hero? I'm stuck between both options

English
Can someone help me here? I'm suppose to match the defenitions but all of them seem like possible choices. It's confusing. 1.Scanning the test 2.Avoiding Careless Errors 3.Planning your time 4.Making educated guesses 5.Memory dumping 6.Reading the questions 7.Reading ...

english
What element should readers consider when exploring how different literary genres approach the same subject? a. the ease of difficulty with which the subject can be analyzed b. the authors’ personal feelings about the genres they select c. the use of a structure that may be ...

English
Write the poem arrow and song in the form of prose

English
1. The plan was doomed/destined to fail. 2. The plan was doomed/destined to failure. 3. The plan was to fail. ------------------------ Are they all the same in meaing? Does #3 mean #1 or #2?

English
What are some of the differences between old money and new money characters in the great gatsby? Is this distinction important in today's society? Why is the novel narrated from Nick's perspective?

English
can someone please proof read my paragraph? The Mongolian Empires Down Fall The Mongolian empire was the largest empire to exist in the world. Genghis Khan led the Mongolian Empire killing and taking over many parts of Asia. They managed to get over the great wall and take ...

english
can someone please help edit and improve this paragraph? In 1976, communist leader Mao Zedong died of Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is a disease that attacks the central nervous system. It affects movements and often causes people to shake uncontrollably and ...

English
If you were to select one passage from the novel the great gatsby to represent one of the five major characters (gatsby, nick, daisy, tom, or jordan) which passage would best reflect that characters personality and why ?

English
how does the history of the American Dream show a difference between our ideals and the reality of growing inequality and lack of social mobility.

English
1. She had me wash the dishes. 2. I was had to wash the dishes. (X) 3. I was asked to wash the dishes.(O) 4. He bade me come in. 5. I was bidden to come in. (Is #5 correct?) 6. He made me wash the car. 7. I was made to wash the car by him. (In passive sentences, why do we have...

english first additional language
english is the language oppotunity. Why bother to teach indigenous languages

English
Read the passage. (1) Long ago, the Everglades were a broad expanse of shallow water covering the southern tip of Florida. (2) Over the years, however, land development has reduced the Everglades to less than half its original size. (3) In fact, development and the resulting ...

English
Who is the protagonist and antagonist in the short story "The Machine That Won the War?" Protagonist- I do not think there is just one. I think that Swift, Henderson, and Jablonsky are the protagonists since they are all having discussions throughout the whole story. The ...

English
1. Who wants to recite the reading text? 2. Are there any volunteers that want to recite the two pages? 3. Raise your hands if you want to recite the passage. 4. Who else can recite all the sentences on the two pages? ------------------ Can we use all the sentences? Can you ...

English
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? a) The ladies’s hats were all purple; they looked so pretty. b) The strong heavyset fighter won his first fight, and was featured in the newspaper. c) The horse rode to our house, the beach, and around the church, ...

English
Which if the following sentences is punctuated correctly? a) A carpenter must use certain tools, hammers, saws, chisels, to finish a job. b) A carpenter must use certain tools- hammers, saws, chisels to finish a job. c) A carpenter must use certain tools hammers, saws, chisels...

English
1. He was sitting on a rock. 2. He was sitting on many rocks. -------------------------------- Was he sitting on a large piece of stone or on small stones? In American English, 'rock' means 'a small stone' or 'a stone of any size'? Is it right? In British English, a rock is ...

English
"In" can also mean no longer than a particular period of time: 1. Can you finish the job in two weeks? 2. Can you finish the job within two weeks? -------------------------------- The definition is from a dictionary. In this case are both the same? 3. We finished the whole ...

English
1. All the girls laughed at Wanda. 2. All the girls kidded Wanda. 3. All the girls pulled Wanda's leg. 4. All the girls made fun of Wanda. ----------------------- Are they all the same in meaning?

English
You are in group.(Your seats are in groups.) You need to rearrange your seats. Arrange your seats in 6 rows. We don't have group activities today so I want you to remain quiet. Make your rows straight. Move to the left a little. Will you move to the right a little bit? ...

Maths
1) Suppose of the 4,000 freshmen at a college everyone is enrolled in a mathematics or an English class during a given quarter. If 2,000 are enrolled in a mathematics class, and 3,000 in an English class, how many are enrolled in both a mathematics class and an English class? ...

English
What a word that when you say it you also spell it

English
Everyone knows that water is important. Who doesn’t like to drink a cool glass of water after a long day? But some people don’t seem to worry about polluting the local water supply. They should! I like water, and so should everyone else. What change would most improve this...

English
One important goal of synthesizing should be to A. present the ideas of others as your own B. choose one source of information to rely on C. present your own ideas alone D. combine your ideas with researched information I actually have no idea. Please help? Thanks

English
Write the derivative. Urgent care doctors use a variety of methods to determine a patient's ______. (sentient) Choices: sentient or sentience Answer: sentience

English
Write the derivative. _____with other people's problem is a sign of kindness. (empathy) Choices: Empathy, Empathize, Empathetic, or Empathizing. answer: Empathizing

English
Open ended question examples?

English
Identify the sentence in which an adverb clause is underlined. A. (Although people live in the desert), they are still limited by its harsh climate.*** B. Much of the desert has a scattered, indigenous population, (which explorers sometimes encounter). C. Nomads continue (to ...

History
How did English evolve so much?

English
1. I read the book in five days. 2. I read the book for five days. --------------------------------- Does #1 mean he finished reading the book from the first page to the last page? Does #2 mean that he read the book for 5 days but not finished reading the book to the last page?

English help
Please write a multi-paragraph (2-3 paragraphs) expository composition of approximately 300 words with properly integrated quotes and a clear thesis statement about the character of the narrator in the story “The Gold Mountain Coat.” This is just a practice, I need to ...

English
1. How long did it take for him to read the book? 1-1. He finished reading the book in 5 days. (If this is the answer to the question, #1-1 mean that it took the whold 5 days to read the book. Am I right? In that case, we can not use 'within' instead of 'in.' What about this ...

English
Posted by rfvv on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 9:20pm. 1. He read the book in 5 days. 2. He read the book after 5 days. 3. He read the book within 5 days. -------------------- In a dictionary, I found that 'in' is used as 'within' in American English. Then it's confusing. Does...

English
1. My hobby is chatting in a chat room. 2. My hobby is chatting in chat rooms. ------------------------------ Which one is the better of the two? Do we have to use a singuglar form or a plural form? 3. My favorite food is noodle. 4. My favorite food is noodles. 5. My favorite ...

English
1. He read the book in 5 days. 2. He read the book after 5 days. 3. He read the book within 5 days. -------------------- In a dictionary, I found that 'in' is used as 'within' in American English. Then it's confusing. Does #1 mean #3 in American English? I think #1 mean that ...

English
What's Karen doing over there. She is supposed to be studying, but it looks like she is playing Andrew's game.

English
This summer, Joel’s plan is to travel. How does the infinitive function in the sentence? A) as an adjective *** B) as a predicate nominative

English
1. Write down four friends' names in the name column in the table. 2. You can communicate with others in groups with the five questions on the blackboard. 3. What is her mother asking of her? 4. I'd like you to introduce one of your friends in the table to the classmates. 5. ...

English
1. I can't do the science project myself. It's too difficult? What does it refer to? #2 or #3? 2. doing the science project myself 3. the science project --------------------------------- 4. I'm going to Tom's house to work on the science project. 5. I'm going to Tom's house ...

English
1. He grew 25 cm last year. 2. He grew by 25 cm last year. (Is 'by' deleted in Sentence 1? What is the meaning of 'by' here?)

english
Which literary movement often rejects order, blurs distinctions between literature types, and uses playfulness in storytelling? Classicism Realism Naturalism Postmodernism

English
This author writes ____ but powerfully. discursive or discursively answer: discursive

English
During rush hour, some trains run ____ to accommodate the the large number of travelers. concurrent or concurrently answer: concurrent

English
1. They are very happy. 2. They are on cloud nine. 3. They are walking on air. ------------------------------ Are they all the same in meaning? What is the meaning of 'air' in Sentence 3?

English
A: He swims 100 meters in one minute. B: Really? I can’t believe it. A: Me neither. 1. Me, neither. 2. I can't, either. 3. I can't believe it, either. 4. Neither can I. 5. Nor can I. 6. The same to me. ------------------- Can we use those sentences instead of "Me neither." ...

English
1. Are you kidding? 2. Are you kidding me? 3. Are you pulling my leg? 4. Are you teasing? 5. Are you teasing me? --------------------------- Are they all grammatical and the same in meaning? Can we use 'legs' in #3? Where can I get to know the origin of 'pull one's leg' in a ...

English
Effects first paragraph of the lesson leaves on the reader and its purpose

History
I'm writing an essay based on the question "to what extent did world war 2 shape the identity of Canada" I wrote the introductory paragraph (down below) but I was just wondering if someone could proofread it and let me know if there was anything else I could add/take and if it...

english
I'm working on a research paper for this whole unit in English, the first task is to form research questions. But how do I do that? Is it supposed to be in a MLA format/paragraph type? Do I just list the research questions like I would when I'm doing a shopping list- with ...

English
A reliable source can it be an editorial or documentary? Confused, because if you can prove they are reliable both could be correct. Any thoughts?

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