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English
1. I feel blue. 2. I feel gloomy. 3. I feel like the color blue. 4. I feel like blue. ------------------ #1 means #2, doesn't it? What about #3 and #4? Do they mean #1 or #2?

English
If I understood correctly, does the statement below mean that I must e-mail on Friday, November 5, 2017 but no later than 12 pm to confirm the interview or does it mean that I can e-mail earlier by the deadline, which is 12 pm on Friday, November 5, 2017? Statement: Please e-...

English
Why do nag and nagina want to do away with the english family?

english and lannguage arts
Which of the following would you find in the new English and language arts curriculum guidelines

English
1. The copier is out of paper. 2. The copy machine is out of paper. 3. The photocopier is out of paper. 4. The copying machine is out of paper. ------------------------------- Can we use all the expressions? Is #4 correct?

English
Five simple subject on valentine

English
Choose the letter of the word or phrase best matches the word in italics. The campfire was visible *glimmering* between the trees. Answers are Intermittently, Intermittently conspicuously Brightly Weakly I think it's weakly.

English
1. He tried to climb the tree. 2. He tried climbing the tree. 3. He wanted to climb the tree,so he did his best, but he couldn't climb the tree. 4. He climbed the tree to check whether he could stand on the thick branches to pick fruit. ------------------------------------ ...

English
1. The chance that he will win the game is slim. 2. The possibility that he will win the game is slim. 3. The fact that he died is unbelievable. (thank you for your help. Isn't the that clause an appositive clause?)

English
1. He had a chance to study in high school again. 2. He had a chance that he could study in high school again. (Is the 'that clause' in apposition with 'a chance' in Sentence 2? what about in #1?)

English
1. He observed the thief open the lock of the door. 2. He observed that the thief opened the lock of the door. (does #1 mean #2?) 3. He observed the thief opening the lock of the door. 4. He observed that the thief was opening the lock of the door. (Does #3 mean #4?)

English
1. Depending on their social class, they did different kinds of work. 2. According to their social class, they did different kinds of work. 3. Based on their social class, they did different kinds of work. --------------------------------------- What is the meaning of '...

English
1. He admitted breaking the window. 2. He admitted having broken the window. 3. He broke the window before, and he admitted it later. (Does #1 mean #2? Are they the same in meaning? Do #1 and #2 mean #3?)

English
1. He didn't bother to let me know the fact. 2. He didn't bother letting me know the fact. (Are both grammatical?) 3. Why didn't you bother to care for the boy? 4. Why didn't you bother caring for the boy? (Are both grammatical? Can we use 'to do' or 'ing' after the verb '...

English
Look at those people on TV. They are all red. Oh, my gosh! - Are they hurt? No. They are having fun. It's a tomato festival. ---------------------------- In this dialogue, what does 'It' refer to? Is it Situation it, which doesn't refer to any specific thing? Or else?

English
1. We have to discuss gender discrimination. 2. In French the adjective must agree with the noun in number and gender. ................ In each sentence, can we use 'sex' instead of 'gender'?

Mathematics
Raymond took a survey of classmates to determine the favorite subject of the students in his middle school the results of his survey are shown in the table english=9 math=17 science 13 social studies=11 There are 300 students in Raymond's middle school based on his results ...

english
A. Need to know if the following is Noun, adjectival or adverbial clause. !. When I was outside, I saw a blue jay. 2. The city of Austin is the city that I call home. 3. I once saw a tortoise in my back yard, and I have seen a raccoon on the patio. 4. Because, there are skate ...

English
1. Where is the concert? 2. Where is the concert held? 3. Where does the concert take place? --------------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning?

English
posted by rfvv Monday, May 2, 2016 at 5:16pm. William became famous and had a chance to study in high school again. ------------------------- In this sentence, what is the role of "to....." in "a chance to..."? I mean the relationship between 'a chance' and "the to infinitive...

English
Why does Yoni think the Arab he finds is perfect for his film? It was in Bethlehem, actually, that Yonatan found his Arab, a handsome man who used his first wish for peace. His name was Munir; he was fat with a big white mustache. Superphotogenic. It was moving, the way he ...

English
How does Millhouser manipulate diction in order to create a theme in " Dangerous laughter".

Maths
Kareena got 60% marks in English,75% marks in hindi and 130 marks in mathematics .The maximum marks in each of the subject are 150,200 and 150 respectively. Find her aggregate marks

English
Without the greenhouse effect, the Earth's average temperature would be around -18 or -19 degrees Celsius. ---------------------------------- How do you read -18 or -19? 1. minus eighteen or minus nineteen 2. negative eighteen or negative nineteen Are both Okay? Which one is ...

English
1. I am calling instead of Mr. Frank. 2. I am calling in place of Mr. Frank. 3. I'm calling on behalf of Mr. Frank. 4. I'm calling in lieu of Mr. Frank. ----------------------------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used? Do you have some other ...

english
What are two alternative strategy for mastering a concept covered in APA?

English
I have a research paper due and I'm in college. It needs to be a compare and contrast and something that can be argued against. I need topics and my teacher doesn't want the basics of abortion, gay marriage, texting and driving, politics etc. I looked on Google and every thing...

English
Why does Yoni think the Arab he finds is perfect for his film? It was in Bethlehem, actually, that Yonatan found his Arab, a handsome man who used his first wish for peace. His name was Munir; he was fat with a big white mustache. Superphotogenic. It was moving, the way he ...

English
Which details help you more fully understand Yoni's character and intentions? Evaluate the line, “No prep, no plotting, natural as can be…” Lines with answer: "It was genius, Yoni was sure. And, if not, at least it was cheap. All he needed was a door to knock on and a ...

English
1. In Sunflowers, van Gogh seems to show happiness. 2. In Sunflowers, it seems that van Gogh shows happiness. 3. It seems that van Gogh shows happiness in Sunflowers. -------------------- Which one is similar to #1, #2 or #3? Can #1 be changed into #2 or #3?

English
1. Are they hurt? 2. They are hurt. 3. None of the passengers were badly hurt. ------------------------ Is 'hurt' used as an adjective?

English
1. Oh, my gosh! 2. Oh, my goodness! 3. Oh, my God! 4. _________________ (Are they the same in meaning? Do you have some other similar expressions?)

Science
Convert this binary into English. 01001000 01100101 01111001 00101100 00100000 01100111 01101111 00100000 01100110 01110101 01100011 01101011 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 01110010 01110011 01100101 01101100 01100110 00101110

English
What is one theme, or central of "Two Kinds"? Persistence is the key to success High expectations are the key to success Discovering one's own goals and desires is an important part of growing up A family cannot be happy unless the children obey and respect their parents I'm ...

English
1. He brought me a book. 2. I was brought a book by him. 3. A book was brought to me by him. 4. A book was brought me by him. -------------------------- Is #4 better than #3? Is #2 right? In a book, it is right. In another book, the verb bring can't be used that way as in #2. ...

English
Greek- Zeus What did they create?

English
Greeks- Zeus what myths or stories are they involved in? and describe these myths or stories:

english
can someone help me for free to put the word abstract in a sentence?

English
1. While he is poor, he is very happy. 2. Although he is poor, he is very happy. 3. Though he is poor, he is very happy. (Are the three the same in meaning?) 4. He is friendly, while his brother is unfriendly. 5. He is friendly, but his brother is unfriendly. 6. He is friendly...

English
1. While I was playing the piano, I was singing a song. 2. While I was playing the piano, I sang a song. 3. While I played the piano, I sang a song. 4. While I played the piano, I was singing a song. -------------------- Can we use all the sentences? Which ones are commonly used?

English
1. While he extended his hand, he smiled brightly. 2. While he was extending his hand, he was smiling brightly. (Are both okay?) 3. When he extended his hand, he smiled brightly. 4. When he was extending his hand, he was smiling brightly. (Can we use 'when' instead of 'while...

English
Thank you for your help. One more question about the verb send goes as follows. 1. He sent me a book. [active] 2. I was sent a book by him.[passive] 3. A book was sent (to) me by him.[passive] ---------------------- #3 is grammatical. It has no problem. What about #2? Is it ...

English
1. He found me the key. 2. I was found the key by him. 3. The key was found for me by him. 4. The key was found me by him. ------------------ Is #2 grammatical? Is #4 grammatical without 'for'? 5. He left me a big house. 6. I was left a big house by him. 7. A big house was ...

English
1. He read a book to me. 2. He read a book for me. 3. He wrote a letter to me. 4. He wrote a letter for me. 5. He sang a song to me. 6. He sang a song for me. 7. He passed a book to me. 8. He passed a book for me. 9. He gave a pen to me. 10. He gave a pen for me. 11. He played...

English
1. He sold me a bookmark. (active) 2. I was sold a bookmark by him. (passive) 3. A bookmark was sold to me by him. (passive) 4. A bookmark was sold me by him. (passive) ------------------------------------ Is #2 grammatical? What about #3 or #4? Can we use #4? 5. He ordered me...

English
The blues in Picasso's painting seem to communicate his sadness. It makes me a little sad, too. ---------------------------------- Q1: Do we have to use the plural form 'blues'? Q2: What does 'It' refer to in the second sentence? Does it refer to 'The blues' or 'Picasso's ...

English
1. The boy is in the hospital. 2. The boy is in hospital. 3. The boy is playing in the hospital. 4. The boy is hospitalized for illness. 5. The boy came to the hospital to visit his grandfather. He is playing with his brother near his grandpa. 6. He is at the hospital. 7. He ...

English
1. What color do you feel like? 2. I feel like the color red. 3. I feel like red. -------------------------------- Q1: Can we answer the question #1 like #2 or #3? Q2: Would you paraphrase #1 to clarify the meaning?

English
It is said that we should use 'while' for 'age' or 'periods of life.' What are periods of life? Would you name 'periods of life'? 1. When I was 15, I went to Chicago. 2. While I was 15, I went to Chicago. (Is #2 wrong?) 3. When I was in middle school, I sold newspapers. 4. ...

English
1. He called me when I was in bed. 2. He called me while I was in bed. (Are both grammatical? Then what is the slight difference in meaning between the two sentences?)

English
1. The voice recorder is made in Japan. 2. The voice recorder is made from Japan. 3. The voice recorder is made by Japan. ----------------------------- Which preposition should we use here?

English
1. The table is made of stone. 2. The table is made out of stone. 3. The table is made from stone. (Which one is correct?) 4. Paper is made of wood. 5. Paper is made out of wood. 6. Paper is made from wood. (What about these sentences? Which one is grammatical? And would you ...

English
1. He made the robot happily. (Does 'happily' modify the verb 'made'?) 2. He made the pressure cooker repaired by the repairman. 3. He made the repairman repair the pressure cooker. (Are both grammatical and have the same meaning?)

English
1. He likes warm colors such as red and yellow. 2. He likes warm colors for example red and yellow. 3. He likes warm colors, for example red and yellow. ------------------------ Which one is similar to #1? Do we have to put a comma before 'for example'?

English grammar
I heard of your brilliant success.I was glad of that.

English
1. While I was walking on the sidewalk, I was playing a game on my smartphone. 2. When I was walking on the sidewalk, I was playing a game on my smartphone. (Is #2 grammatical?) 3. While I walked on the sidewalk, I played a game on my smartphone. 4. When I walked on the ...

english 4
what's the difference between beowulf and the narrator

English
posted by rfvv yesterday at 5:17pm. posted by rfvv today at 8:58am. 1. You need not have done it. 2. You need have done it. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical? • Engish - Writeacher today at 9:05am 1 is okay, but 2 is not. 2 could be rephrased like this...

English
1. There is a telephone booth around the corner. 2. There is a telephone box around the corner. (Can we use 'box'? Are both okay?)

English
Could you check this? Complete the questions. I wrote my answers with capital 1. Researchers are SUPPOSED TO BE VERY careful when working in the lab. 2. They ARE SUPPOSED TO CHECK and recheck dangerous experiments. 3. They are SUPPOSED TO THINK before acting impulsively. 4. ...

English
posted by rfvv today at 8:58am. 1. You need not have done it. 2. You need have done it. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical? • Engish - Writeacher today at 9:05am 1 is okay, but 2 is not. 2 could be rephrased like this ~~> You need to have done it. 1 could...

English
1. She is on the phone, so call back later. 2. She is on the line, so call back later. 3. She is on another phone, so call back later. 4. She is on another line, so call back later. ----------------------- Are they all grammatical?

English
Could you check this? Complete the questions. I wrote my answers with capital 1. WASN’T just the best concert? 2. DIDN’T you get the tickets for free? 3. DON’T you want to go out for dinner? 4. DIDN’T we come to this place last month? 5. WOULDN’T you love to have a ...

English
Why does Squeaky not know at first who had won the race in "Raymond's Run". A. Raymond has climbed a fence.* B. The May Pole gets in the way. C. The finish is very close. D. Mr. Pearson talks too softly. I think it's either A or C

English
Could you check this exercise? thanks Six sentences have been removed from the text. Choose from the sentences A-F. A. Get into writing B. Can’t settle on C. Go through D. Can get into E. Get on this F. To get down to details. I think I’ll really (1) GET INTO WRITING ...

English
In this exercise I have to choose the best answer. Could you check them. Thanks 1. The supplies were ordered were not the ones we received. A. You should changing, suppliers. B. You ought to change supplies. C. You had better supplies. D. You might want to change the supplies...

English
Which pronouns in the selection help indicate the point of view A. My, Him, and He B. Our, He, and They C. Our, I, and Me* D. Him, He, and They

English
I have to complete the text. I did with capital letter. Could you check it. When I applied to university, I WASN’T PLANNING ON studying a language. While I WAS SEEING courses, I talked to a counsellor who suggested it. He said many young people WERE FINDING English valuable ...

English
posted by rfvv Saturday, September 2, 2017 at 2:06am. 1. I'll get you Mr. Smith. 2. I'll put you through to Mr. Smith. 3. I'll connect you to Mr. smith. 4. I'll transfer your call to Mr. Smith. (Are they grammatical and similar in meaning?) • English - Writeacher Saturday, ...

English
Could you check this exercise? Thanks Select the incorrect word in the sentence. 1. The spices might has be stored in that cupboard. 2. The rice can to be left to cook slowly. 3. Serve you Mrs, Walker her vegetarian meal. 4. The turkey must be a roasted slowly. 5. Cut the into...

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I wrote this sentences. Could you check them. Thanks 1. If you were interested, you could take another course. 2. If I were you, I’d study Norse tales. 3. If he really wanted to go into science, he would take biology and chemistry. 4. I wouldn’t have suggested he take ...

English
I was writing this sentences, could you check it, please. Sue hasn’t eaten any fruit or vegetables for a while. Ned started to eat healthier food last year. Sue hasn’t never visited a doctor on a regular basis. Ned has lived a quiet life before they met. Ned has smoked ...

English
Identify the novel's point of view and discuss the effect of any significant shifts in the narrative voice. In other words, when does the protagonist's point of view change within the novel and why is it important. Novel is called The Awakening by kate chopin

English
A: Hello? May I speak to Julia? B: One moment, please. I'll get her. ------------------------------ What is the meaning of 'I'll get her'? (Which one is similar to #1? What is the original meaning of 'get' in #1 here?) 1. I'll get her. 2. I'll bring her. 3. I'll put her ...

English
1. I'll get you Mr. Smith. 2. I'll put you through to Mr. Smith. 3. I'll connect you to Mr. smith. 4. I'll transfer your call to Mr. Smith. (Are they grammatical and similar in meaning?)

English
1. You can reach him at 010-9234-5678. 2. You can contact him at 010-9234-5678. 3. You can get in touch with him at 010-9234-5678. 4. You can call him him at 010-9234-5678. 5. You can dial him at 010-9234-5678. (Are they all the same and grammatical? Which one is not ...

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1. Would you put me through to Mr. Brown? 2. Would you connect me to Mr. Brown. (In a telephone conversation, are both the same? Which one is commonly used?) 3. I'll put you through to the Service Department. 4. I'll put you through to the Service Department. (In a telephone ...

English
In "Girls Can We Educate We Dads?," the writer uses dialect for all of the following reasons except to A) create a sense of rhythm B) emphasize the speaker's voice C) emphasize the speaker's viewpoint D) illustrate the theme of defiance

English
Write an essay in which you explain the aesthetic principles expressed in visual arts and describe how they changed from the Baroque period through the early 20th century I have NO idea where to begin!!

english
Describe why you would not want a certain job

English
1. I feel like Italian food. 2. I want to eat Italian food. 3. I desire to eat Italian food. -------------------------- Does #1 mean #2 or #3?

English
What is the prepositional phrases in the following sentences? 1.By the 22nd Century, everyone could be wearing paper clothing. Also, in the future, people might take food pills instead of eating meals. 2. The repairs on our van were going to take around five weeks The ...

English
1. I feel like a toy. 2. I want to have a toy. 3. I want to take a toy. 4. I want to buy a toy. (What does #1 mean?) 5. I feel like as it I am a princess. ( Is this one correct?)

English
1. I feel like a princess. 2. I feel like a millionaire. 3. I feel like a cup of coffee. 4. I feel like going to a movie. 5. I feel like I am a millionaire. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical?

English
1. I went to a movie. 2. I went to see a movie. 3. I went to watch a movie. 4. I went to watch the movies. --------------------------- Can we use 'watch' instead of 'see'?

English
Which of the following sentences contains a singular possessive noun? A.The book tells the nation's history. B.Some wars begin over minor issues. C.My parents' families are from Scotland. D.The men's kilts identify their clans.

English
Grendel's ancestors were banished to the slime because A. Were monsters B. We're descendants of Cain C. Opposed the lords will D. Had disturbed hrothgars brother

History/English
Could some one tell me what effects an atomic bomb could have on human rights?

English
Who's calling, plese. - This is Emily. I'll call back later. 1. I'll call again later. ---------------------------------- Can we use 'call again' instead of 'call back'?

english
A reader can tell that the meaning of “obnoxious” will include “having the quality of something” because of the

English
1. He called me while I was in bed. 2. he called me while I was sleeping. ---------------------------- Does #1 mean #2? What is the meaning of 'in bed'?

English
1. While he was playing the guitar, Tom entered the room. 2. While he played the guitar, Tom entered the room. 3. While he was playing the guitar, Tom was entering the room. (Are they all correct? What is the difference between #2 and #3?) 4. When he was playing the guitar, ...

English
1. When I play soccer, I am excited. 2. When I sad, I listen to music. 3. When I play the piano, I am happy. 4. While I play soccer, I am excited. 5. While I sad, I listen to music. 6. While I play the piano, I am happy. --------------------------------------- Are they all ...

English
1.) Grendel easily killed thirty warriors during his first attack because his victims were A.weak B.asleep C.distracted D.afraid I need help with the majority of this test if anyone has seen this question before or knows please help

English
1. Who's calling, please? 2. Who's speaking, please? 3. Who's this, please? .................................. In a telephone conversation, are all correct? The same?

English
1. Do you mind if I use the bathroom? 2. Would you mind if I use the bathroom? 3. Would you mind if I used the bathroom? ----------------------------------- Which one is correct, #2 or #3? Use or used, should we use?

English
What part of speech is "cogito, ergo sum"

English
1. Mind the bag in my absence. 2. Mind the bag while I am away. 3. Mind the bag when I am away. 4. You should mind the bag in my absence. 5. Did you mind the bag in my absence? ------------------------------- Can we use all the expressions? Are they all grammatical? Can we use...

English
what is the theme of the poem two bodies ? Whats the theme of this poem? Two bodies face to face are at times two waves and night is an ocean Two bodies face to face are at time two stones and night a desert Two bodies face to face are at times two roots laced into night Two ...

English
Identify the adverb in this sentence. The brightly colored suit he wore made him stand out in the crowd. Please help Ms.Sue!!!

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