1. English
    1. She will make a good wife. 2. She will make an exallent lawyer. (Is 'a good wife' an object or a compkement?) 3. She will become a good wife. 4. She will become an exallent lawyer. (Is this pair the same as the previous pair?)
  2. English
    Thank you for your help. 1. He met a lot of people in the street. 2. He greeted some people at the market. 3. He talked to a person on the corner. 4. He found the boy on the street. 5. He saw a beggar on the sidewalk. .......... There is a prepisitional phrase at the end of ...
  3. English
    1. The flea market is open every 4th Saturday. 2. The flea market is open every four Saturdays. 3. He takes a shower every second day. 4. He takes a shower every two days. ........... #3 and #4 are the same. What about #1 and #2? Are both the same as well?
  4. English
    1. He met the boy in Africa. 2. He saw the boy in Africa. 3. He studies the animals in Africa. 4. He had a party in Africa. 5. He held a conference in Africa. 6. He ate fresh fruit in Africa. 7. He bought a house in Africa. ...................... Is 'in Africa' an adverbial ...
  5. English
    1. He met the boy in the classroom. 2. He shook hands with the boy in the classroom. 3. He talked with the boy in the classroom. 4. He observed the boy in the classroom. 5. He looked at the boy in the classroom. ................. In each sentence,isn't 'in the classroom' an ...
  6. English
    How would facing our fears help us uncover our inner strength?
  7. English
    1) Identify the three components/puzzle pieces that you believe are most critical to the formation of a worldview. Refer to the textbook Foundations of Christian Thought: Faith, Learning, and the Christian Worldview to help identify these components. (You can google the book) ...
  8. English
    In your own opinion 1. How do objectives assist a student in completing the assignment? 2. Describe what needs to be done for the assignment found in a sample syllabus? 3. If you were to complete the assignment found in a sample syllabus, how would you set aside time to ensure...
  9. English
    1. I saw the boy in the classroom. 2. I saw a boy in the classroom. ................ Q1: Is 'in the classroom' an adverb phrase or an adjective phrase? Are both okay in context? Q2: Was 'I' in the classroom or out of the classroom? Was 'I' in the classroom or out of the ...
  10. English
    1. He studies animals in South America. 2. He studies the animals in South America. .............. Q1: What is the difference in meaning between them? Q2: Is 'in South America' an adverb phrase or an adjecive phrase? Or are both okay in meaning? Does the sentence above mean ...
  11. English
    1. Emily is making more soaps this Sunday. 2. Emily is making more soap this Sunday. 3. This is for shampoos, soaps and toothpaste. [Which one is correct? Can we use 'soaps' as in #1? is 'soaps' right in #3?]
  12. English
    1. You have to take the bus number two. 2. You have to take the number two bus. 3. You have to take the Bus Number Two. 4. You have to take the Number Two Bus. [Which one is grammatical?]
  13. English
    1. How can I get to the train station? 2. How can I go to the train station? - Go straight and turn right. It's on your left. [Can we use both #1 and #2? Which one is commonly used?] 3. Wally's Sports Shop is on the second floor. [What does 'Wally' mean in this sentence? '...
  14. English
    Why Is It Important to Beowulf's Image As An Epic Hero That He Faced Grendel Without A Weapon? A.)Grendel Is The Embodiment Of Evil And Evil Doesn't Fight With A Weapon. B.)By Giving Up His Sword, Beowulf Showed Both Superior Strength And Superior Ethics As He Made The Fight ...
  15. English
    1. The shoe store is to the left of the arcade. 2. The shoe store is on the left of the arcade. [Can we use both 'to' and 'on' ? Are they the same in meaning?]
  16. English
    Go straight two blocks. Turn left. 1. It's on your left. 2. It's to your left. [Can we use 'to' as in #2?] 3. There is a special place for teenagers: Chicago Library. [Is Chicago Library in apposition with 'a special place for teenagers'?] 4. There is a special place for ...
  17. English
    Reporting Local News For Sodam-gu [a district] ----------------------------------------​---------- This phrase is a title in a newspaper. In this phrase, what is "Reporting"? Is "Reporting" a gerund or a present participle?
  18. English
    1. He will be able to ride a motorcycle. 2. He will be able to take a motorcycle. 3. He will be able to ride a motorbike. [Can we use the verb 'take'a s in #2?] 4. Only buses will be allowed to travel on the roads. 5. Only buses will be permitted to travel on the roads. 6. ...
  19. English
    1. He will may go back home. 2. He will be allowed to go back home. 3. He may be going to go back home. [#1 is wrong? What about #2? Can we use #2? What about #3?]
  20. English
    1. Aidan cannot play chess. 2. Aidan can not play chess. 3. Aidan can't play chess. ======================= Are they all grammatical? Which one do we use in everyday speech? Which one is used in a written form?
  21. English
    1. Mom can solve this problem. 2. Mom can solve this math problem. ----------------------------------------​-------- What does #1 mean? Can #1 mean #2? Can #1 mean that she can solve a problem in life?
  22. English
    100% - The Story of a Patriot Upton Sinclair 1 A young man is walking down the street, quite casually, with an empty mind and no set purpose; he comes to a crossing, and for no reason that he could tell he takes the right hand turn instead of the left; and so it happens that ...
  23. English
    Thank you for your help. 1. There are two computer mice on the table. 2. There are two computer mouses on the table. [Which one is correct, mice or mouses? Are both okay?] 3. There are two mice in the field. 4. There are two mouses in the field. [A mouse is an animal here. In ...
  24. English
    1. I was able to up to 100 push-ups with my palms on the floor. 2. I could do up to 100 push-up with my fists on the floor. [Are the sentences grammatical?] 3. Excuse me. Is Green Park far from here? - Yes, it's very far. [In the last sentence, what does 'it' refer to? Does '...
  25. food
    People seem to like dim sum, a Chinese food. By the way, is dim sum small steamed dumplings or small fried dumplings? What is the English equivalent for dim sum?
  26. English
    1. This park is a very important place for me and many others. 2. This park is a very important place to me and many others. ----------------------------------------​---------- Q1: Can we use 'to' insted of 'for'? Q2: "For me and many others" modify 'place', right?
  27. English
    I often visit the park for family picnics. -------------------------------- What does 'for family picnics' modify? Does it modify 'visit'? If the park is allowed only for family picnics, can it modify 'park'? This park is a special park. It is used only for family picnics.
  28. English
    I think that either Mariah Carey or Lauryn Hill should win a Grammy for (her/their) latest recording. *My answer is their but I want a second opinion.
  29. english
    in the following sentence which word is the gerund and is it used a direct object, a predicate noun, subject or object of a preposition?
  30. English
    I am on my final exam and need to do the last two 16 point questions. Could someone help me out on the first one? Choose any two characters studied in Semester B, and compare them to one another. The characters that you choose may be characters in a story or the narrators of ...
  31. English
    1. He has been working for three hours. 2. He has worked for three hours. 3. He worked for three hours. 4. He worked in three hours. =========================== What about these sentences? We can use 'for' from #1 to #3,right? What about #4? Can we use 'in' or 'for' in this ...
  32. English
    1. He finished the report in 5 days. 2. He finished the report for 5 days. 3. He finished the report during the 5 days. [Can we use all the sentences? What is the difference in meaning when we use 'for' as in #2? ] 4. He read the book in 5 days. 5. He read the book for 5 days...
  33. English
    Which of the following sentences is a Normative Claim and why? a. The third baseman dropped the ball. b. The outfielder hit a homerun. c. The second baseman should not have dropped the ball. d. The pitcher committed an error.
  34. English
    posted by rfvv today at 6:08pm 1. He runs 50 meters in 9 seconds. 2. He runs 50 meters durng 9 seconds. [Can we use #2?] 3. He finished the project in 5 days. 4. He finished the project during 5 days. 5. He finished the proj\ect during the 5 days. [Are they all the same? Which...
  35. English
    1. He runs 50 meters in 9 seconds. 2. He runs 50 meters durng 9 seconds. [Can we use #2?] 3. He finished the project in 5 days. 4. He finished the project during 5 days. 5. He finished the proj\ect during the 5 days. [Are they all the same? Which ones are correct?]
  36. English
    What do Direct duties mean for Immanual Kant?
  37. english
    can someone make a thematic statement of 'growing up"? Thanks
  38. English
    what is the distinction between direct and indirect duties?
  39. English
    What is the other name of coorg?
  40. English
    Letters to the Editor ===================== What does 'Editor" mean here? The dictionary definition is as follows. Does "Editor" in the example phrase above mean #1 or #2? 1. the person who is in charge of a newspaper or magazine, or part of a newspaper or magazine, and ...
  41. English
    1. He walked for ten miles. 2. He walked ten miles. [Are both grammatical?] 3. He slept for seven hours. 4. He slept seven hours. [Are both grammatical?] 5. I have lived here for five years. 6. I have lived here five years. [What about this pair? can we use #6? Can we delete '...
  42. English
    why is speciesism important for Singer’s animal rights view?
  43. English
    English posted by rfvv yesterday at 10:33pm 1. Do you have a blue pen, Tom? 2. Sure, I have a lot of them. [Is #2 correct? Does 'them' refer to 'blue pens'? 3. Do you like the color blue? 4. Do you like blue? 5. Do you like the blue color? [Which one is not grammatical of the ...
  44. English
    1. She is busy from Monday to Friday. 2. She is busy from Monday through Friday. 3. She is busy Monday to Friday. 4. She is busy Monday through Friday. [Can we omit 'from'? are they all okay?] 5. She goes to the movies on Mondays. 6. She goes to the movies Mondays. [Ae both ...
  45. English
    1. I often visit the park for family picnics. 2. I often visit the park to go on family picnics. 3. I often visit the park to have family picnics. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Are they the same and grammatical?]
  46. English
    1. He came back after a week. 2. He came back in a week. 3. He will be back after a week. 4. He will be back in a week. [Which onea are incorrect? What abe the differences?]
  47. English
    1. He finished the project in five days. 2. He finished the project within five days. 3. He finished the project after five days. [Does #1 mean #2? What about #3? What are the differences among them?]
  48. english
    Which of the following text examples supports the conclusion that Father will never stop building things? Choose all that apply. A) he builds Dragonwings despite the financial hardship it causes. B) after setting a kite free, he offers to build separate kites for Miss Whitlaw...
  49. English
    1. She is busy from Monday to Friday. 2. She is busy Monday to Friday. [Are both okay? Can we use #2?]
  50. English
    1. Do you have a blue pen, Tom? 2. Sure, I have a lot of them. [Is #2 correct? Does 'them' refer to 'blue pens'? 3. Do you like the color blue? 4. Do you like blue? 5. Do you like the blue color? [Which one is not grammatical of the three?]
  51. Social Studies
    8.Which of the following best describes changes in the population of Washington over the last 200 years? Cultural diversity has increased due to migration and immigration. A.The Native American population has not changed locations. B.Immigration from Pacific Rim countries has ...
  52. English
    For once I finished early. A. subject–verb B. subject–verb–direct object *** C. subject–verb–indirect object–direct object Am i correct?
  53. English
    What will the club do at the school festival next month? 1. It will perform at the school festival. 2. They will perform at the school festival. [Which answer is correct? Do we have to use 'it' or 'they' in this case?]
  54. English
    1. He is eating too much. What will happen to him? 2. He will vomit everything he ate. 3. He will throw up what he ate. 4. He will go to the bathroom to take a dump. 5. He will go to the bathroom to take a !@#$%^&. 6. He will go to the bathroom to empty(move) bowels...
  55. English
    Five things considered as media in journalism?
  56. English
    1. She will stay up late studying hard. 2. She will stay up till late studying hard. 3. She will stay up until late studying hard. 4. She will stay up late while studying hard. 5. She will stay up late while she study hard. 6. She will stay up late while she is studying hard...
  57. English
    I have to find a problem with this argument if there is one. Is there a problem with the argument? : Dr. Jack Kevorkian helped people that were terminally ill. He helped them by ending their suffering by ending their lives the way the patients wanted. The common misconception ...
  58. English
    1. I run 50 meters in 9 seconds. 2. I run for 50 meters in 9 ceconds. 3. I run 50 meters within 9 seconds. 4. I run 50 meters during 9 seconds. 5. I run 50 meters during the period of 9 seconds. ------------------------------------ Can we use both #1 and #2? What about #3? Is...
  59. English
    1. I have three favorite foods: pizza, coffee, and ice cream. 2. I have three favorite foods, that is to say, pizza, coffee, and ice cream. 3. I have three favorite foods, viz. pizza, coffee, and ice cream. 4. I have three favorite foods, viz., pizza, coffee, and ice cream. 5...
  60. English
    1. We open a flea market every 4th Saturday. 2. We open a flea market every 4 Saturdays. [Are both okay? Can we use both sentences?]
  61. English
    1. Which of the following lines from Marge Piercy’s poem “To Be of Use” best demonstrates the speaker’s view that work is gratifying? (1 point) ”Botched, it smears the hands, crumbles to dust.” ”Greek amphoras for wine or oil,” ”The pitcher cries for water to...
  62. English
    1. Which of the following is a specific word as opposed to a general word? (1 point) mammal praying mantis *** reptile amphibian
  63. english
    Identify the type of clause used in this sentence. Some people who can carry a tune are very shy.
  64. English
    1. Letters to the Editor 2. Letters for the Editor 3. Letters which are sent to the Ediror. ------------------------------ Can we use #2? Does #1 mean #3? 4. They will be useful to someone. 5. They will be useful for someone. [Which preposition do we have to use? Are both okay?]
  65. English
    1. Put many spaghettis into the boiling water. 2. Put much spaghetti into the boiling water. 3. Put many pieces of spaghetti into the boiling water. 4. Put many spaghetti noodles into the boiling water. [Which one is grammatical?]
  66. English
    What makes genre analysis an important intellectual exercise?
  67. English
    1. She will go back home soon. ['Will' is not stressed. No volition of the subject] 2. She will go back home soon. ['will' is stressed] 2-2. She intends to go back home soon. ===================== When 'will' is stressed, does #2 mean #2-2? 3. She won't go back home soon. [...
  68. English
    1. I'll break the window. [contracted form] 2. I will break the window. [no accent on 'will'] 3. I will break the window. [accent on 'will'] ========================================​===================== Is #2 stronger than #1 in meaning? Is #3 stronger than # 2 in ...
  69. English
    1. He is writing a letter with a pen. 2. He is writing a letter in pen. 3. He is writing a letter with a ball-point pen. 4. He is writing a letter in ball-point pen. 5. He is writing a letter with a fountain pen. 6. He is writing a letter in fountain pen. [Is each pair ...
  70. English
    1. He fought with his brother yesterday. 2. He fought against his brother yesterday. [Are both the same? Is there any difference?]
  71. English
    1. My family is all healthy. 1-2. They exercise regularly. 1-3 It exercises regularly. 2. My family are all healthy. They exercise regularly. [#2 has no problem. They are correct. What about #1? Which one is correct? Does 'it' refer to my family? Or Does 'they' refer to my ...
  72. English
    1. The committee consists of seven. 2. The committee consists of seven people. 3. The committee consists of seven persons. 4. The committee consists of seven members. [Are they all correct?]
  73. English
    Identify the meaning relation for each example. Possible answers are synonymy, antonymy, polysemy, homophony, contradict, hyponymy, hypernymy, paraphrase, contradiction. a) chair / furniture b) run: verb meaning to walk rapidly / run: a point in baseball c) Phil owns a dog, ...
  74. English
    Consider the following sentence: "Adam believes that Julio drives a red car" How many subjects does this sentence contain? List them. How many direct objects does this sentence contain? List them. --- I think there are two subjects, Adam and Julio. As for direct objects, 'a ...
  75. English
    1. His family is large. 2. His family are all healthy. 3. His family members are all healthy. 4. The members of his family are all healthy. 5. There are 50 families in this apartment building. 6. There are 50 families in these apartment buildings. 7. There live 50 families in ...
  76. English
    What is one example of a moral difference between two cultures?
  77. English
    1. I send messages to my friends on Kakao Talk. 2. I text to my friends on Kakao Talk. 3. I send messages in group chatting rooms on Kakao Talk. 4. I chat with friends in group chats on Kakao Talk. [Which ones are correct? Would you correct errors?] 5. I will perform in a ...
  78. English
    A __ includes all the works an author consulted but did not necessarily cite in the actual report. a. Works Cited page b. Bibliography c. footnote d. parenthetical citation***
  79. english
    what is the difference between Cultural Relativism and Objective Morality.
  80. English
    In the Miranda decision, the Supreme Court ________ that officers ________ warnings to potential criminals. a) require/provides b) require/provide c) requires/ provide d) requires/provides My answer C
  81. English
    Think about the work you completed in your reading character role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Giver. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed help you to ...
  82. English
    On the mantle _____is___ my children's softball trophies that they won when they ____were____ younger. a) is/was b) is/were c) are/was d) are/were A????
  83. English
    Would you check which club names are grammatical? 1. the history cultural experience club 2. the history culture experience club 3. the life prop club 4. the ceramic craft club 3 4-1. the ceramic crafts club 3 5. the ceramic arts club 3 6. the humanity entertainment sports ...
  84. English
    1. the math and arts which we make with discussion club 2. the math and arts which we make by discussion club 3. the math and arts with discussion club 4. the math and arts discussion club [Which names are suitable (and grammatical) for a club name? In this club, students ...
  85. english
    i have to give an "listed action list" on a proposal im doing about "improving reading habitats in children" what does that mean and how would i write that? i came up with a plan as if i was starting a reading program. would it just be completed sentences talking about the ...
  86. English
    1. What does Jiho do for his lunch? - He makes his own lunch. 1-1. What does Jiho do for lunch? - He makes his own lunch. 2. What is Jiho going to do for lunch this Saturday? - He is going to make spaghetti aglio e olio. 3. What is Jiho going to make for lunch this Saturday...
  87. English
    Either Chris or the new employee _________ the mail before Dolores or Charles ____. a. sort/arrives b. sort/arrive c. sorts/arrives d. sorts/arrive
  88. English- Degrees of Comparison
    _____ 1. That was the Worse/Worst painting Jeremy had ever seen. _____ 2. We all needed to dress more warm/warmer than usual. 1. Worst (because of the past (was)) 2. Warmer ( because of "needed")
  89. English- Subject/Verb Agreement
    ______ 1. the group ARE/IS meeting to discuss which poem to use. ______ 2. DOES/DO these games sound like fun? ______ 3. WERE/WAS you and Kyle planning to work on the school magazine? 1. is 2. do 3. were
  90. English
    Write a few lines of dialogue between the emotions gratitude and anticipation. Make sure every line matches the emotion.
  91. English
    What is the difference in meaning between the following pairs of sentences? 1. I was a teacher. 2 I am a teacher
  92. English
    If someone can help me with this English paper I would appreciate it very much!! It's about music and the topic is: Should there be music education in all high schools?(Why or why not?) Please help, it has to be a paragraph not a sentence.. also in third person point of view...
  93. English
    "The Most Dangerous Game" explores the "dark side" of... A. Zaroff B. Rainsford C. Ivan D. All of the above I say Rainsford because all the rest are already evil/dark
  94. english
    How is this irony? : Donkey: Are we there yet? Shrek: No Donkey: Are we there yet? Fiona: Not yet Donkey: Ok, Are we there yet? Fiona: No. Donkey: Are we there yet? Shrek: NO Donkey: Are we there yet? Shrek: YES Donkey: Really? Shrek: NO!
  95. English
    1. What club is she in at school? - She is in the school dance club. 2. What do dance club members do on Saturdays? - They come to the school gym and practice dance moves. 3. What will the club do next month? - The club will perform at the school festival. 4. What will he take...
  96. English
    Why is "She hates me and I love it" a verbal irony?
  97. World History
    Which option most accurately describes the settlements of Protestant French Huguenots in the New World? huguenots settlements in present-day Caribbean, Florida, and South Carolina were destroyed by the Spanish until they finally settled in present-day Quebec and Newfoundland ...
  98. English
    1. He will take his new hobby with him. [What does 'with him' modify?] 2. I have no money with me. [What does 'with him' modify?]
  99. English
    1. Pour spaghetti noodles into the boiling water in a pot. 2. Put spaghetti noodles into the boiling water in a pot. 3. Add spaghetti noodles to the boiling water in a pot. 4. In step two, cut the red chillis into pieces on a chopping board. [Are the sentences grammatical?]
  100. English
    1. My class are very humorous. 2. My class is composed of 26 students. 3. My team are eating lunch together. 4. My team is about to leave for Chicago. 5. The crowd are walking fast on the sidewalk. 6. The crowd seems to be angry lions...
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