1. English
    How would you connect new study material to areas that you’re already familiar with?
  2. English
    What is the simple definition of theme and theme statement?
  3. english
    what did briggs think
  4. English
    Write narrative essay about New boy
  5. English
    What are 4 examples of foreshadowing in Act 1, Scene 3 of Julius Caesar?
  6. English
    are there any synonyms or antonyms for this word? Meacutetier (n.) the job one is made for; one’s expertise; an occupation.
  7. English
    17. For most academic writing, the types of evidence preferred include A. a combination of assertions and first-hand experiences. B. personal observations and opinions. C. facts, statistics, and expert testimony. D. general statements and quotations by well-known individuals...
  8. english
    Antonyms of Pestilence : ?? Arbitrate: Ignore?? Deportment: ? ( in the definition a persons manners/behavior) Caricature : Seriousness? Touchous: Relaxed? Vigil : disregard
  9. English
    What would English be like without grammar? If grammar didn't exist and there were no rules to language, how would that change the way we speak? I made these questions on my own because I think it would be interesting to add into my paper.
  10. English
    Decide whether the underlined pronoun is reflexive or intensive. 1:Camouflage is one way animals protect(themselves.)....Reflexive 2:Some animals(themselves) are protected with built-in camouflage....Intensive 3:A mother polar bear can hide (herself)and her cubs in the open......
  11. English
    Write one paragraph describing the difference between grammar and usage. I have to score 20 points on this paragraph and I don't even know what to say in it. Grammar is the whole system and the structure of our language in general. This is all I got. What can I add to get a C ...
  12. English
    Would "a typewriter on fire" be a metaphor??
  13. English
    Would "Missing so much and so much" be a sibilance?
  14. English
    would "a frog singing at Carnegie Hall" be an example of a metaphor?
  15. English
    1. At the pro-wrestling match, the wrestler beat his opponent with his heading. 2. At the pro-wrestling match, the wrestler defeated his opponent with his heading. 3. At the pro-wrestling match, the wrestler beat his opponent with his headbutting. 4. At the pro-wrestling match...
  16. English
    Im trying to make sure I am using correct grammar and to make it sound on a 5th grade level.See if you can come up with a better heading for this information. Other Information About Mrs. walker. We all have been taught that the hot comb (straighten or pressing comb) was ...
  17. english
    I've read both and a few articles and still haven't formed a decent answer In what way is the character of Sir Gawain different from other epic heroes such as Beowulf? Beowulf is Anglo-Saxon Sir Gawain is Medieval Beowulf is strong, monster fighting, courageous, a prince Sir ...
  18. english please
    Based on the characterization of the Wife of Bath, what do you think was Chaucer’s view of women and women’s roles?
  19. English
    1. The girl in the classroom started to sing a song. 2. A girl in the classroom started to sing a song. --------------------------------------- Are both okay? What about the explanation. 1. The specific girl that we mentioned before or we know already started to sing. There ...
  20. english
    Middle Ages 2 Questions PLEASE HELP In what way is the character of Sir Gawain different from other epic heroes such as Beowulf? What is ironic in the words used by the narrator to describe the Summoner in “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales? You’d meet none better if...
  21. English
    Today was the Smith family’s reunion. Is this sentence correct? Are there any spelling or punctuation errors?
  22. English
    I appreciate your help. 1. We are going to hold a farewell party for him. 2. We are going to hold the farewell party for him. ================================ The difference between the two sentence is the article. The prepositional phrase can be an adverb phrase and an ...
  23. English
    posted by rfvv yesterday at 1:01am. --> Thank you for your help. I'd like to post questions related to prepositional phrases which sometimes ambiguous. 1. He has made coffee for all of us. 2. Please boil enough rice for ten people. 3. Won't you play a Beethoven sonata for ...
  24. English 2 A
    Which of the following sentences from “And of clay Are We Created” best describes the relationship between Rolf Carlé and his camera?
  25. Survey of Math
    A math class contains 7 females (three of whom speak French and the rest speak only English),and 12 males (two of whom speak French and the rest speak only English). a) A student in the class is chosen at random. If you're told the student is female, what is the probability ...
  26. English
    Each of the items below contains two of the types of verb mistakes discussed in this chapter. Find and cross out these two mistakes. Then, in the spaces provided, write the correct forms of the verbs. 1. “WhateverbecomedoftheboyIsatnexttoinou​rhigh-schoolEnglishclass...
  27. West and Worlds since 1500
    Which of the following are ways that intellectual, political, social, and religious developments of the seventeenth century were related, especially in regard to the dynamics of the Scientific Revolution? Check all that apply. The English Revolution (1640–1660) saw science ...
  28. English
    Which sentence uses the appositive correctly? A snowstorm a serious one occurred two days ago. A snowstorm, a serious one, occurred two days ago.<- 37. My uncle Harold went to the University of Illinois and the University of Chicago. My uncle, Harold, went to the University...
  29. English
    22 dramas, the text of all romances, the nerve-stuff of all sensations was whirling about him like the 23 snowflakes. Lines 22–23 offers an example of (1 point) allusion. alliteration. simile personification.<------- ??
  30. English
    1 When he awoke, it was three o’clock in the afternoon. He bounded up with a start; half of one of 2 his precious days gone already! He spent more than an hour in dressing, watching every stage of his 3 toilet carefully in the mirror. Everything was quite perfect; he was ...
  31. English
    22 dramas, the text of all romances, the nerve-stuff of all sensations was whirling about him like the 23 snowflakes. Lines 22–23 offers an example of (1 point) allusion. alliteration. simile.<----- personification.<------- ??
  32. English
      The suffix —ly, as in the wo​rd pretentiously, means which of th​e following? (1 point) Pretentiously is an adjective. Pretentiously is an adverb.<----- Pretentiously is a verb. Pretentiously is a gerund
  33. English
    Since words have multiple meanings,​the context of a word often provi​des clues to its meaning better than the dictionary's definit​ion. In the following lines from A​nne Bradstreet's poem "To Her Father with Some Verses...
  34. English
     Whose writing reflects the followi​ng regional dialect? “‘Scuse me, suh, I’s lookin’​ for my husban’. I heerd you wu​z a big man an’ had libbed heah​ a long time, an’ I ‘lowed you wo​uldn’t min...
  35. English
     The following is an example of r​egional dialect from which author? "The feller took the money and sta​rted away; and when he was going​out at the door, he sorter jerked his thumb over his shoulder​­so­­at Dan'...
  36. English
    Which poetic device is used in the​ sentence "There was an iciness, a​ sinking, a sickening of the heart"? enjambment metaphor consonance assonance<-----
  37. English
    Decide if the underlined pronoun in the sentence below is used as a subject, a predicate nominative, or an appositive. 1:Both Ben and (he) will graduate at the same time. A:Subject*** B:Predicate nominative C:Appositive 2:The driver of that station was (she). A:Subject B:...
  38. English
    Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1:Except for Ronnie and....., everyone was on time. A:he B:him*** 2:Between you and ...., I know the answer to the mystery. A:I B:me*** Identify how the underlined pronoun in each sentence is being used. 3:Someone sent Ed and (...
  39. English
    [1] The main environmental problem caused by the production of Greek yogurt is the creation of acid whey as a by-product. [2] Because it requires up to four times more milk to make than conventional yogurt does, Greek yogurt produces larger amounts of acid whey, which is ...
  40. English
    Each of the items below contains two of the types of verb mistakes discussed in this chapter. Find and cross out these two mistakes. Then, in the spaces provided, write the correct forms of the verbs. 1. “WhateverbecomedoftheboyIsatnexttoinou​rhigh-schoolEnglishclass...
  41. History
    How was the Iroquois league able to survive English and French colonization while the Aztec empire was not able to survive Spanish colonization
  42. English
    Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1:...did you take to the concert? Who....whom*** 2:They didn't tell me...the winners were. Who***....whom 3:With...did you have dinner? who...Whom*** 4:Tim is the kind of guy...spends all of his time playing sports. who***........
  43. English
    Some people wanted rich, productive farmland
  44. English
    Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. 1:We were pleased the read about....winning a place on the ticket. She.....her*** 2:....cleaning the Recycled Books and More store each night saves money on janitorial services. Him....His*** 3:A cat will sharpen....claws on a ...
  45. ENGLISH
    I'm trying to make sure that my grammar is correct. I need to send this to a customer. Sorry for the misunderstanding about your account. After reviewing your account with the billing processor the last payment that you sent was not the last bill that you would receive. Our ...
  46. English
    Change this sentence into passive voice 1 we compelled the enemy to surrender
  47. english
    What is the difference between present perfect and present perfect continuous tense? Can I get some examples please?
  48. English
    Identify how the underlined word in each sentence is used. 1:Aunt Nan took the (message) for Walter and her. A:direct object*** B:indirect object C:object of the preposition D:object of verbal 2:We joined Mark and (them)on the observation platform. A:direct object*** B:...
  49. English
    Cross out the prepositional phrase. 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 insurance company would not ...
  50. English
    Don't forget to ________ your umbrella when you go out. 1) take 2) bring
  51. English
    1. He held a party for his kid's birthday. 2. He held a party which was for his kid's birthday. 3. He held a party to celebrate his kid's birthday. 4. He held a party for his kid. 5. He held a party which was for his kid. 6. He held the party which was for his kid...
  52. English
    English - rfvv today at 4:53pm What is the part of speech in each sentence? Is my explanation right? 1. This book is for you. ['For you' is an adverb phrase.] 2. The gift for you is a book. ['For you' is an "adjective" phrase.] 3. I bought this book for you. ['For you' is an ...
  53. English
    Write the subject and verb of each of the 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 insurance company...
  54. English
    What is the part of speech in each sentence? Is my explanation right? 1. This book is for you. ['For you' is an adverb phrase.] 2. The gift for you is a book. ['For you' is an "adjective" phrase.] 3. I bought this book for you. ['For you' is an adverb phrase.]
  55. English
    Letter to Denise by Hayden carruth Is the style of the poem romantic(American or British)? Or it’s probably neither. I just don’t understand what style it could be.
  56. English
    1. This is a good way to understand the matter. 2. This is a good way of understanding the matter. 3. This is a good way for understanding the matter. =================================== Are they all the same in meaning? Which ones are commonly used?
  57. English
    1. Why will they hold a party? 2. When will they hold a party? 3. Which party will they hold? 4. What kind of parth will they hold? 5. They will hold a parth for their teacher's party. [#5 is the answer to the questions from #1 to #4. Which questions are suitable questions for...
  58. English
    The poem written by Linda pastan Egg what does this poem mean?
  59. English
    1. To what extent are you concerned? 2. I am concerned about the matter to the full. 3. I am concerned about the matter on a small scale. [Are the answers correct? The propositional phrases at the end are adverb phrases, aren't they?]
  60. English
    1. How much money do you have? 2. I have money in abundance. 3. I have money in profusion. [Are the answers acceptable? The prepositional phrases are adveb phrases, aren't they?] 4. How many books do you have? 5. I have books in abundance. 6. I have books in profusion. [Are ...
  61. English
    1. To what extent is the nuclear risk acceptable? 2. The nuclear risk is acceptable ___ ______. [the structure is preposition + noun phrase] [Which words can we put in the two blanks?]
  62. English
    1. What kind of house do you live in? 2. What kinds of houses do you live in? 3. What kind of houses do you live in? [#1 and #2 seems to be correct. What about #3? Here the singular noun 'kind' is used. Is this one correct?]
  63. English
    Thank you for your help. I'd like to post questions related to prepositional phrases which sometimes ambiguous. 1. He has made coffee for all of us. 2. Please boil enough rice for ten people. 3. Won't you play a Beethoven sonata for me? 4. We must choose suitable presents for ...
  64. English
    1. He is looking for the key in the room. 2. He is looking for the key which is in the room. 3. In the room, he is looking for the key. [Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Are both okay? It is ambiguous, isn't it?] 4. Look at the boy in the shop. 5. Look at the boy who is in the shop. 6. ...
  65. English
    1. The letter on the table is yours. 2. A letter on the table is yours. [#1 is correct? What about #2?] 3. He kept singing the song. [In this sentence, what is the part of speech of 'kept'? Is 'kept' a transitive verb? And is 'singing' the object of the verb? Or is 'kept' an ...
  66. English
    1. In grade seven, what did he become? 2. In grade seven, what did he become of his school? 3. He became the captain of his school. [#3 is the answer either #1 or #2. Are both answers correct? Which one is the better of the two?]
  67. English
    1. When I was thirteen, I read a story of a man like me. 2. When I was thirteen, I read a story of a man like myself. [Which one is right? are both okay? Can we use 'myself' as in #2?]
  68. English
    Is this the correct way to mark the stressed and unstressed syllables with the stressed syllables being the capital letters? upON the STRAITS on the FRENCH coast the LIGHT
  69. English
    Decide if the underlined pronoun in the sentences below is being used as a subject, predicate nominative or an appositive. 1:(He) and Bev are using the new computer......Subject 2:The dancers on the floor are Toni and (he)......predicate nominative 3:(We) language specialist ...
  70. English
    The CEO could not confirm the rumors. The CEO could not deny the rumors. The CEO could neither confirm nor deny the rumors. The CEO could confirm neither deny nor the rumors. The CEO neither could confirm nor deny the rumors. Neither the CEO could confirm nor deny the rumors.
  71. English
    The baby went on sleeping peacefully, unware of any danger, but the two creatures fought savagely, Gelert to protect the infant and the wolf to devour it, for it was ravenously hungry after days of futile roaming the hills and forests. what does 'for it was ravenously hungry ...
  72. English
    Should I add a hyphen? Rhonda kept a daily journal in the lime colored notebook she bought at the discount store. daily-journal lime-colored discount-store Leave as is
  73. English
    1. Get out of here! 2. Go out of here! [Can we use both 'get' and 'go'? Are both the same? Or do we have to use 'get' here?] 3. He decided to get over his limitations. 4. He decided to go over his limitations. [#3 is correct. What about #4? Can we use 'go' instead of 'get' ...
  74. English
    Which of the following is not true? A. Alvarez's imagery allows the reader to see and hear her speaker's neighborhood. B. Alvarez's tone is measured and wry. C. Alvarez's speaker wishes to take the reader into her confidence. D. Alvarez's diction, or word choice, indirectly ...
  75. history
    Why did Pope Pius V excommunicate Queen Elizabeth I in 1570? The pope declared her a heretic because she invaded France and Spain, allies of the Catholic Church. The pope declared her a heretic because she sided with Charles V to form the Schmalkaldic League. The pope declared...
  76. english
    The passage: Suppose the state is considering a proposal to raise the legal driving age from 16 to 18. The following letter addresses this proposal. Dear Editor, I understand that the state wants to raise the driving age to 18. That change would be a great mistake. The reason ...
  77. English
    In The Scarlet Ibis, which character trait of the narrator most leads to his regret at the death of his brother? A. Generosity** B. Creativity C. Cruelty D. Jealousy
  78. English
    Perhaps in this neglected spot is laid Some heart once pregnant with celestial fire; Hands, that the rod of empire might have swayed, Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre. 1:Who is Gray pondering with these lines? A:people who rose from poverty to become successful. B:people ...
  79. English
    Which of these does William Wordsworth celebrate in "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud? Nature aloneness the death of reason human companionship My answer is nature
  80. English
    Which excerpt from Robert Burns’s “To a Mouse” best conveys understanding and forgiveness? “…An’ weary winter comin’ fast,/An cozie here, beneath the blast…”<<< “Thy wee-bit housie, too, in ruin!/Its silly wa’s the win’s are strewin’!” “...
  81. English
    Thank you for your help. I'd like to ask one more similar question as follows. 1. He bought a cake for poor children. [In this sentence, is 'for poor children' an adjective phrase, which modifies 'cake'. Or is 'for poor children' an adverb phrase, which modifies 'bought'?]
  82. English
    1. Which party will they hold? 2. They will hold a party for their teacher's birthday. [#2 is the answer to #1. 'For their teacher's birthday' is an adjective phrase, which modifies 'party.'] 3. Why will they hold a party? 4. They will hold a party for their teacher's birthday...
  83. English
    1. Which fund-raising event did he hold? 2. He held a fund-raising event for poor children? [#2 is the answer to #1. 'For poor children' is an adjective phrase, which modifies 'event.'] 3. Why did he hold a fund-raising event? 4. He held a fund-raising event for poor children...
  84. English
    Please read the first paragraph of G.K. Chesterton's "The Philosophy of the Schoolroom" and answer the following question. "What modern people want to be made to understand is simply that all argument begins with an assumption; that is, with something that you do not doubt. ...
  85. English
    Perhaps in this neglected spot is laid Some heart once pregnant with celestial fire; Hands, that the rod of empire might have swayed, Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre. Who is Gray pondering with these lines? A:people who rose from poverty to become successful. B:people who...
  86. English
    Does anyone know the poem "To a Fat Lady Seen from a Train" by Frances Cornford???? If you do how does repetition makes the poem more effective??
  87. English
    He had a choice. He could be either happy or angry with his life. [This will be the answer to the questions below. Which question is suitable? 1. What choice did he have? 2. What options did he have? 3. What did he have to choose in the situation. 4. _____________?
  88. English
    I'm having trouble trying to find the main message or theme of this poem. When I read it I'm just left confused as to what the poem was trying to convey. Any help would be appreciated. The sounds Of the Harlem night Drop one by one into stillness. The last player-piano is ...
  89. English
    2. Choose the term that describes the underlined part of the sentence. Although it was raining fairly hard, the team played its best game ever. (1 point) noun clause adjective clause adverb clause independent clause My Answer: "noun clause" Can someone please check it?
  90. English
    I'm doing a paper on Fear. My thesis is that the root of fear is that we've been forced to deny who we are. Would I be able to get any quotes from a non-smoker with a smoker by Phillip Lopate to help support my thesis?
  91. English
    The Gettysburg Address The phrase "The world will little note nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here" is ironic because a. everyone has forgotten the speech. b. the speech is famous and people have not forgotten what the men did there. c...
  92. History
    Which option accurately describes events of the Haitian Slave Revolt on the island of Hispaniola (formerly Saint-Domingue)? A. Aztec and Incan slaves revolted against the English under the leadership Hernán Cortés to win their independence. B. African and Huguenot slaves...
  93. English
    1. Which line from the poem “Wave” best develops its tone? Wave My child (line 1) Born to me by water (line 2) And by water (line 3) Swept away. (line 4) (1 point) a) line one b) line two c) line four d) line three My Answer: B Could someone please check it?
  94. History
    How did events of the Protestant Reformation motivate religious groups to migrate to the New World? (Select all that apply.) A. Pope Innocent III launched Crusades against English Pilgrims that caused them to flee to the New World. B. French Huguenots fled persecution from ...
  95. English
    "...A charge of snuff the wily virgin threw;/The gnomes direct, to every atom just./The pungent grains of titillating dust./Sudden with starting with tears each eye O'erflows./And the high dome re-echoes to his nose." This account of the conflict between Belinda and the Baron ...
  96. english
    "Borders" 1. What does the mother's refusal to state her nationality as Canadian or American signify? (1 point) that she resents govenmental interference in her life the she identifies with neither country that she comes from somewhere else that she is stubborn and proud "...
  97. English
    In the blank space after each sentence, identify the underlined verb as active(A) or passive(P) 1:An interesting novel(was given)to my class by our literature teacher.P*** 2:Robinson Crusoe (was written)by Daniel Defoe.P*** 3:In the story, Robinson Crusoe (is shipwrecked)on an...
  98. Honors English
    Can somebody please let me know or show me a website that clarifies what the elements of the Restoration comedy are? Also how food consumption relates to the play "The Importance of Being Earnest"?
  99. Honors English 10A
    Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the future progressive form? A. The fox was hiding behind the barn, waiting for a chance to attack. B. Housing prices have been slowly increasing over the last months. C. This class has been studying French for two years now...
  100. English
    Identify the correct sentence. a) Please pick me up at five p.m. at night after work. b) Please pick me up at 5 p.m. after work. c) Please pick me up at 5 pm at night after work. d) Please pick me up at 5:00 p.m. after work. B
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