1. English
    Choose correct if the sentences uses colons correctly or incorrect if it does not. 1:The noon bus usually takes longer to reach its destination than the 1:30 p.m. bus. Correct*** 2:Stanley longed to return to London:he thought the people were friendlier there, and he was ...
  2. English
    So I was given a homework task telling me to draw/create a visual representation of the poem "Then and Now" by Oodgeral Noonuccal (see below), which basically talks about the thoughts of the Noonuccal of the colonisation of Australia. What I need help is getting ideas that ...
  3. English
    What is some of Edgar Allan Poe's work that is classified in the American Romanticism genre.
  4. English
    Choose the best answer for each of the following questions. Choose the sentence that uses the passive voice. a. Brandon and Jake haven't been told the new yet.**** b. That restaurant has never received a good review. c. Krista's cat was born with six toes on each paw. d. The ...
  5. English
    Analyze how a certain theme from America’s literary history is shown through two different works and authors Choose a theme from the following list: -religion and faith -community and responsibility -the American Dream -Disillusionment of man -the meaning of freedom -the ...
  6. English
    Please help urgently I want Acronyms for " School of Clinical Sciences Makeni"
  7. English
    1. The best way to confirm the accuracy of a source is to check it against another source. True****** False 2. An expository essay is research based and completely objective. True False****** 3. Developing research questions is done during the drafting stage of the writing ...
  8. English
    Choose correctly if the sentence uses semicolons correctly or incorrect if is does not. 1:We travel by car on the other hand;our parents went by plane.(incorrect*) 2:On our trip through New England, we stopped at Boston, Massachusetts; keene, New Hampshire; and Rutland, ...
  9. English
    Choose correct if the sentence uses the semicolons correctly or incorrect if it does not. 1:Laurie , Joaly, and Ted went to the museum; but Greg went to see the play.(Correct*) 2:Carl has baseball practice Saturday, June 2 Sunday, June 10; and Wednesday, June13.(incorrect*) 3:...
  10. English
    posted by rfvv yesterday at 8:51pm 1. He doesn't see any students in front of the school. 2. He doesn't see any student in front of the school. [Are both okay? Which one is common?] Writeacher yesterday at 11:00pm Both are fine. #1 is probably used more often, but it would ...
  11. English
    1. Go straight two blocks and turn left. 2. Go straight for two blocks and turn left. [Are both okay? Which one is the better of the two?]
  12. English
    1. He first met her at the movies. 2. He first met her in the movies. [Can we use both 'at' and 'in' in the sentences? Does 'the movies' mean 'a movie theater' in each sentence?]
  13. English
    1. I don't have any books. 2. I do not have any books. 3. I have not any books. [Which one is incorrect? In British English, do you use #3 frequently?]
  14. English
    1. He doesn't see any students in front of the school. 2. He doesn't see any student in front of the school. [Are both okay? Which one is common?]
  15. English
    1. Which mood is used in the following sentence? When will the tickets go on sale? a. indicative****** b. imperative c. conditional d. interrogative Please select the correct verb tense that is used in the sentences below. 2. That company has been making surfboards since the ...
  16. English
    1. He wants to go to see in the future. 2. He wants to be a seaman in the future. [Does #1 mean #2?] 3. He wants to go to the sea in the future. 4. He wants to go to the sea (with his family on holidays to rest) in the future. [Does #3 mean #4?]
  17. English
    1. He washes the dishes every other day. ----------------------------------------​----------- How do you pronounce 'washes the" in normal speech? Do you delete 'th' sound? Or do you delete [z] at the end of 'washes'?
  18. English
    1. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He takes a nap. 2. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He goes to sleep. 3. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He goes to bed. 4. He is on the train. He is sitting in the seat. He begins/starts to sleep...
  19. English
    posted by rfvv Friday, April 27, 2018 at 10:38pm 1. He hurries to school. 2. He goes to school in a hurry. [Are both the same? What is the difference between #1 and #3, and between #2 and #4?0 3. He hurries to the school. 4. He goes to the school in a hurry. Writeacher ...
  20. English
    Choose the correct possessive form for each phrase. 1:The mailbox belonging to the Burns family. A:the Burns' mailbox.*** B:the Burn's mailbox C:the Burns's mailbox D:the mailbox's Burns 2:the skins of the potatoes A:the potatoe's skins B:the potatoes' skins*** C:the potatos's...
  21. English
    Along the road the magpies walk with hands in pockets, left and right. They tilt their heads, and stroll and talk. In their well-fitted white and black They look like certain gentlemen who seem most nonchalant and wise until their meal is served- and then what clashing beaks, ...
  22. English
    Analyze how a certain theme from America’s literary history is shown through two different works and authors Choose a theme from the following list: -religion and faith -community and responsibility -the American Dream -Disillusionment of man -the meaning of freedom -the ...
  23. English
    Two of the following sentences are punctuated correctly. Choose the letter of the sentence that contains the (INCORRECT) comma usage. 1: A:Bandit and Whiskers, by the way, were the names that Cassie chose for her puppies. B:We plan to continue our strike for however long we ...
  24. English
    Choose the correct sentence. 1: A:On May 20,1927, Charles Lindbergh flew from New York to Paris.*** B:On May 20, 1927 Charles Lindbergh flew from New York to Paris. C:On May 20 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew from New York to Paris. 2: A:Hiking tours are arranged by the Sierra ...
  25. English
    Choose the correct sentence. 1: A: Did you know Judy, that the first atomic bomb was exploded on July 16, 1945? B:Did you know, Judy, that the first atomic bomb was exploded on July 16, 1945?*** C:Did you know, Judy, that the first atomic bomb was exploded on July 16 1945? 2: ...
  26. English
    Good afternoon! I was wondering if I could have a second-hand opinion for my answer. It's a study guide question for a test, so I want to make sure I have it right. Thank you in advanced. 1st Question: Read the passage: Sergeant: ...For brave Macbeth—well he deserves that ...
  27. English
    Is this sentence correctly punctuated? 2. We will need to think carefully about what we take with us - (tents, sleeping bags and torches are essential)
  28. English
    Add brackets or dashes and other punctuation so these sentences are correct. i did 1 by my own. can you check it for me please? 1. I have lots of animals - sheep, goats, horses and fish - that i have to feed everyday. 2. we will need to think carefully about what we take with ...
  29. English
    1. He is at the back of the door. [incorrect] 2. He is in back of the door. [correct] 2-2. He is in front of the door. [correct] 3. He is behind the door. [correct] 4. He is in the back of the door. [incorrect] --------------------------------------- I'd like to arrange the ...
  30. English
    1. He opens his snack and eats it. 2. He opens his snacks and eat them. 3. He opens a bag of snack and eats it. 4. He opens a bag of snacks and eats cookies in it. 5. He opens a bag of snacks and eats cookies from it. [Can we use all the sentences?]
  31. English
    1. He hurries to school. 2. He goes to school in a hurry. [Are both the same? What is the difference between #1 and #3, and between #2 and #4?0 3. He hurries to the school. 4. He goes to the school in a hurry.
  32. English
    1. The train arrives in Chicago. 2. The train arrives at Chicago. [Which preposition do we have to use in this case?]
  33. English
    1. I usually go to sleep after reading. 2. I usually go to bed after reading. -------------------------------------- Q1: Are both the same in meaning? Q2: Is 'sleep' in #1 a base verb? Is 'bed' in #2 a noun?
  34. English
    What is contemporary postmodernism?
  35. English Language Arts
    I have 2 questions about gerunds. The first question I'm pretty sure I know the answer but I need the most help with the second: 1.Which word or words from the following sentence is used as a gerund: "By stealing a summerstick, Gluskabe was able to defeat Old Man Winter and ...
  36. Math
    each letter on the english alphabet is written on a scrap of paper and put in a hat P(j) = 1/26 what type of probability is illustrated and why? Can anyone help me with this?? I think it would be experimental but I'm not completely sure why.
  37. English
    Do you know the origin/ history of 'go to the movies'? Long ago, I found the following somewhere on the Internet. - In the beginning, two movies were shown to people. So they started to use the expressions, "Let's go to the movies." It means, "Let's go to see the 'two' movies...
  38. English
    1. There is a symbol for wild animals and plants. 2. There are symbols for wild animals and plants. [Are both okay?]
  39. Social Studies
    The idea that the English colonies could break the contract with their mother Country came from this Enlightened person
  40. English
    1. There is a book beneath the box. 2. There is a book under the box. ----------------------------------------​-- Which one is correct? Do we have to use 'beneath' or 'under'? On the floor, there is a box. Between the box and the floor, there is a book. In this case, ...
  41. English
    1. There is a toy near the box. 2. There is a toy by the box. 3. There is a toy beside the box. 4. There is a toy next to the box. 5. There is a toy at the box. [Are they all the same in meaning? Can we use #5? Is #5 the same as the others?Do you have similar expressions?]
  42. Math
    Each letter of the English alphabet is written on a scrap piece of paper and put in a hat. P(j) What type of probability is Illustrated and why.
  43. English
    Identify the verb form that correctly completes each sentence. 1. Have you BLANK your pencil again? a. drop b. dropping c. dropped***** d. none of the above 2. The accident BLANK Peter to be careful in the lab. a. teached b. taught c. has teached d. none of the above****** ...
  44. @Asha
    Please post your questions in English. Thanks.
  45. English
    1. I go to bed early on Saturdays. 2. I don't go to bed early on Saturdays. 3. I don't go to bed early every Saturday. 4. I sometimes go to bed on Saturday, and I sometimes don't go to bed on Saturday. 5. On Saturday, I never go to bed early...
  46. English
    1. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. [Do we have to use the fingers of both hands? Or do we use the right fingers alone? Do we have to show the back of the hand or the palm of the hand in this case?] 2. I'll cross my fingers for you. [Is this one the same as #1? Do you use...
  47. English
    1. I ride my bike to school. 2. I go to school by bike. 3. I go to school by my bike. [Does #3 mean #1? Is #3 grammatical?]
  48. Spanish Level 1
    Manana, ____ , voy de compras muy temprano con mi tia y mi hermano menor de 12 anos. A mi hermano mayor, Ernesto, no le gusta ir de compras. English: Tomorrow, ____, I'm going shopping very early with my aunt and my younger brother of 12 years old. What would fill in the blank...
  49. English
    Thank you for your help. 3. He goes to the academy to take three subjects. 4. He goes to the specific academy to take three subjects. [specific] 5. He goes to the academy in general to take three subjects. [in generic use] [What about #3? Does #3 mean #4 or #5?]
  50. English
    1:AWhich sentence contains a collective noun? A:I saved my allowance to buy a video game.*** B:One-eighth of my allowance goes into savings.*** C:I earn my allowance by watching my baby sister. D:I love spending my allowance on games. I'm torn between these two answers! 2:An ...
  51. english
    In "A Day's Wait," how can the father's reaction to his son's concern best be described?
  52. English
    posted by rfvv Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 7:16pm 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 ...
  53. english
    Which is correct: (Who, Whom) are you going to the park with? A. Who B. Whom I think its whom?
  54. English
    1. He likes watching loud videos. 2. He likes watching erotic videos. [Can we use these expressions? Are both the same?] 3. The video is erotic. 4. The video is loud. [Can we use these expressions? Are both the same?]
  55. English
    1. He often goes to the movies. 2. Often he goes to the movies. 3. He goes to the movies often. [Are they all correct? Would you check the position of 'often'?]
  56. English
    1. What's on at the movies? [What do 'the movies' mean here? Do "the movies" mean 'the movie theater'?] 2. Let's go to the movies. [In this sentence, what do "the movies" mean?]
  57. English
    1:Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but a different connotative meaning than the word food? A:cuisine*** B:meat C:supper D:vegetable 2:Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but a different connotative meaning than the word slender? A:...
  58. English
    identify one of the darker actions examined in a story from this unit. in what piece is the action highlighted? what intentions or emotions prompt the action? how would the story drama change if the character involved were able to overcome the darker impulse and indulge a ...
  59. English
    Identify each as fragment, run-on, comma splice, or sentence. 1. One legend has it that an old lady tried to dry off her sopping wet dog by putting it in the microwave this legend also predates the microwave oven. A. fragment B. run-on C. comma splice D. correct sentence I ...
  60. English
    Identify the part of speech or the form of a part of speech in the underlined portion of each sentence. 1. The yellow house down the street from me is for sale. (Down is underlined) a. preposition b. conjunction c. adjective d. adverb I think #1 is A, or C. 2. What year did ...
  61. English
    Identify the part of speech or the form of a part of speech in the underlined portion of each sentence. The yellow house down the street from me is for sale. a. preposition b. conjunction c. adjective d. adverb I think it's A, since down is followed by a noun, but want to be ...
  62. English
    Olivia has some good habits. 1. She likes making pan-fried cakes. 2. She vacuums the living room. 3. She flushes the toilet every day. 4. She cleans clothes in the washing machine. But she has some bad habits. 5. She drinks liquor often. 6. She drives recklessly. 7. She doesn'...
  63. 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 ...
  64. 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.
  65. 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...
  66. 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...
  67. 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?]
  68. 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' ...
  69. 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 ...
  70. 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 ...
  71. English
    Who knows all of Romeo and Juliet's secrets? A -The Nurse B -Balthasar C -Friar Lawrence**
  72. 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 ...
  73. 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:...
  74. 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) ...
  75. 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) ...
  76. 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 ...
  77. 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 ...
  78. 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 ...
  79. 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...
  80. 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?]
  81. 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 #...
  82. 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?]
  83. 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?]
  84. 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?]
  85. 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 ...
  86. English
    What does rhetoric have to do with democracy? How did the influence of rhetoric spread throughout the world?
  87. English
    Can someone give my examples of famous speeches with repetition in them? for example? "I have a dream" by Martin Luther King. Thanks! ~
  88. 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.
  89. 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?]
  90. 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 ...
  91. 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 ...
  92. 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...
  93. 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.
  94. 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...
  95. 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, ...
  96. 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 ...
  97. 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:...
  98. 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, ...
  99. 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. ...
  100. 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...
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