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star** by my answer 1. Identify the sentence that relies on emotional language. (1 point) If that happened to me, I would take immediate action. I would address the situation directly if that ever occurred. I wouldn’t hesitate to seek outside help if that ever occurred. If ...

Language
1. Which function and corresponding and Mark match the following sentence ? Go get the paper towels from under the sink A. Interrogative (?) B. Exclamatory (!) C. Imperative (. Or !) D. Declarative ( . )•• 2. Which sentence below contains a dependant clause ? A. I know you...

Language
Does a lyric poem tells a complex story or is short and musical? I think it tells a complex story

Language
The tide rises, the tide falls, The twilight darkens, the curlew calls; Along the sea-sands damp and brown The traveller hastens toward the town, And the tide rises, the tide falls. Darkness settles on roofs and walls, But the sea, the sea in the darkness calls; The little ...

Language
1 Under a spreading chestnut tree 2 The village smithy stands; 3 The smith, a mighty man is he, 4 With large and sinewy hands; 5And the muscles of his brawny arms 6Are strong as iron bands. 7His hair is crisp, and black, and long, 8His face is like the tan; 9His brow is wet ...

Language
1 "The sun was shining on the sea, Shining with all his might: He did his very best to make The billows smooth and bright — 5 And this was odd, because it was The middle of the night. The moon was shining sulkily, Because she thought the sun Had got no business to be there ...

German Language
May I post my quiz answers here and have them be checked, or do you not do languages here? Thank you :)

Language
Which of the following is an example of onomatopoeia? A puddle a jump puddle splosh•• Jump in and slide Umbrella umbrella umbrella umbrella Bumbershoot barrel of rain What is the onomatopoeia describing? The amount of rain The sound of someone jumping in a puddle•• The...

Language
Intensify the dependent clause in the following sentence Because he's so good at playing piano Steven was asked to play at the concert next month Because he's so good at playing piano He's so good at playing piano Steven was asked to play •• Steven was asked to play at ...

Language Arts
Which is the best summary of the argument between Azaz and the Mathemagician in Act l The Phantom Toll?

Social Studies
what was the result of the 1995 referendum held in Quebec? a. Quebec separated from Canada b. French became the official language of Canada c. Quebec people voted to remain part of Canada*** d. Quebec became part of France what happened after Canada advertised free land and ...

Language arts
Acceleration involves change in_____. A- time B- direction C- speed D- both direction and speed

URGENT LANGUAGE
"President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain ranges, And the ...

Language Arts
17. Which of the following sentences includes a predicate pronoun? Justin and Meg are the winners of the contest(would it be this one?) The winners of the contest are they The winners of the contest are Justin and Meg (or would it be this one?) The winners of the contest are ...

Language Arts
1. Which of the following transitions shows a comparison? A. although B. however C. just as** D. whereas 2. Which answer option best revises the sentences for transition use? Sentence: You can get to the beach by car. You can ride your bike to the beach A. You can get to the ...

Art
1. I sit on the bank in my special place, 2. Feel the breeze that lifts my hair, 3. And watch the ripples run across the river. 4. It is so peaceful here. 5. Deep enough to justify a fishing pole, 6. Quiet enogh for my every thought, 7. The perfect place to contemplate 8. The ...

Language Art's
1. I sit on the bank in my special place, 2. Feel the breeze that lifts my hair, 3. And watch the ripples run across the river. 4. It is so peaceful here. 5. Deep enough to justify a fishing pole, 6. Quiet enogh for my every thought, 7. The perfect place to contemplate 8. The ...

English
1.) Identify the type of figurative language in the sentences below (taken from Act IV, scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet). Paris: "Poor soul, thy face is much abus'd with tears." Juliet: "The tears have got small victory by that;/ For it was bad enough before their spite" a.) ...

Language Art's
1. It shall flash through doing ages, 2.It shall light the distant years; 3.And eyes now dim with sorrow 4. Shall be brighter through their tears 5. It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6. And the valleys shall grow bright; 7. It shall battle the hills in radiance, 8. And crown...

Language Art's
"President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863" by Frances E. W. Harper 1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush the mountain ranges, ...

Language Art's
1.)Which is the best paraphrase of the second stanza? A.)It will make mountains & valleys bright. The hills will have light shining over their tops.*** B.)The mountain ranges will have water flushed down them. The water will bathe the hills C.)The mountain ranges & valleys ...

Language Arts
President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 bu Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears IT shall flush the mountain ranges, And the valleys...

Language Art's
2. An example of literal description in the poem is (1 point) A.)The sun brightening valleys. B.)An audience being moved by a speech. C.)the words of the president being relevant for a long time. D.)shadows falling over the land.

Language Arts :o)
1. What is the best paraphrase of these lines from "Paul Revere's Ride"? And the spark struck out by that steed in his flight, kindled the land into flame with it's heat. A. Sparks from Paul Revere's horse started a brush fire. B. Paul Revere's horse sparked fear in everyone ...

Language Arts - Dependent and Independent Clauses
Question #1: Identify the dependent clause in the following sentence: "If we are going to make it to the movie on time, we really need to leave right now." a) If we are going to make it b) If we are going to make it to the movie on time c) we really need to d) we really need ...

Language Arts
This is the poem question 1 is talking about. Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell Ding-...

Language Arts
Rewrite each sentence below correcting the double negative. 1. The shoppers looked for bargains at the store, but there weren't none. Answer: The shoppers looked for bargains at the store, but there were none. 2. She couldn't hardly say her own name. Answer: Do not have to ...

Language Arts
Rewrite each sentence below correcting the double negative. 1. He can't talk nicely to nobody. 2.The lady won't never find her lost cat. Answer: The lady won't ever find her lost cat. 3. There aren't no pictures in that book. Answer: There are no pictures in that book. 4. Jose...

English
Essays, articles, and speeches are all works of nonfiction. Which of the following is an accurate statement about the authors of nonfiction? A. They are always real people. B. Their style is always full of figurative language. C. They usually focus on retelling historical ...

Language Arts 8B
ANSWER THESE QUISTIONS WITH THE POEM CONCRETE MIXERS BY PATRICIS HUBBELL what are the concrete mixers compared too? what are the drivers compared too? how was the comparisons related? please help

Language Arts
If there is a SMATTERING of applause at the end of a play, what do you hear? A. just a few people clapping** B. total silence C. half the audience cheering D. everyone clapping loudly

Language Arts
Identify the independent clause in the following sentences 1. If we are going to make it to the movie on time, we really need to leave right now. A. If we are going to make it B. If we are going to make it to the movie on time C. We really need to D. We really need to leave ...

Statistics
Two high school students took equivalent language tests, one in German and one in French. The student taking the German test, for which the mean was 66 and the standard deviation was 8, scored an 82, while the student taking the French test, for which the mean was 27 and the ...

Language Arts
Which sentence has correct subject - verb agreement a) casey or robbie are coming to the movies with us b) swimming and skiing is my favorite sports c) sandwhiches or pizza both sounds good for a quick dinner** d) either your brother or his friend is making a lot of noise ...

Language Arts
What is the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in this line: The sun should drop its greatest gold

Language Arts
Directions: Circle the correct form of negative to complete each sentence. 1. I decided that there wasn't (no, any) point in finishing the project. Answer: Circle any 2. I could name (none, any) of the singers we heard. Answer: Circle any 3. The woman left the store without (...

language arts
a summary should include major events. which of these belongs in a summary of act 1 of the phantom tollbooth

Language Arts
Read each sentence. Circle the contraction or contractions in each sentence below: 1. He's going to show me how to prepare dinner. Answer: Circle He's 2. Can you tell if she's your friend or enemy? Answer: Circle she's 3.We'll have to empty out our garage very soon. Answer: We...

Language Arts
Directions: replace the bold faced word with a contraction. 1. We will(bold faced) see you t the English class next week! Answer: We'll 2. There is (bold faced) no milk in the refrigerator. Answer: There's 3. There will (bold faced) be time to chat later. Answer: 4. It is (...

6th grade world hstory plz check
I pick A one drawback of voluntary trade was that it 1. requires two groups to use a common language 2. can make one group dependant upon another for necessary goods 3. does not occur unless there is a shortage of goods for atleast one group 4. forces groups to rely on ...

Language
Miracles Walt Whitman, 1819 - 1892 Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky, Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the...

Language arts
Which statement about dialogue in drama is true? 1.Dialogue is usually not as important in drama as it is in a short story? 2.Dialogue is very important in drama because I develops the plot and characters. (MY ANSWER) 3.Dialogue in drama is usually presented I the same format ...

Language Arts
In which sentence is the word GROVES used correctly? A. Five groves of pigeons landed in the square B. The carrier delivered three groves of papers C. The guitar was fitted with half a dozen groves D. The storm wiped out six groves of fruit trees** D?

Language
more facebook twitter tumblr embed poem add to anthology print Miracles Walt Whitman, 1819 - 1892 Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky, ...

Language
more facebook twitter tumblr embed poem add to anthology print Miracles Walt Whitman, 1819 - 1892 Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky...

English II
Read the passage and answer the question that follows. from Gulliver's Travels, by Jonathan Swift My gentleness and good behaviour had gained so far on the emperor and his court, and indeed upon the army and people in general, that I began to conceive hopes of getting my ...

Language arts
1.A saturated meadow, 2.Sun-shaped and jewel-small, 3.A circle scarcely wider 4.Than the trees around were tall: 5.Where winds were quite excluded, 6.And the air was stifling sweet 7.With the breath of many flowers, 8.A temple of the heat. 9.There we bowed us in the burning, ...

Language arts
1.A saturated meadow, 2.Sun-shaped and jewel-small, 3.A circle scarcely wider 4.Than the trees around were tall: 5.Where winds were quite excluded, 6.And the air was stifling sweet 7.With the breath of many flowers, 8.A temple of the heat. 9.There we bowed us in the burning, ...

Gifted and talented language arts
Which is the best paraphrase of these lines from Paul Revere's ride? And the spark struck out by that steed and his flight, kindled the land into flame with its heat. Sparks from Paul Revere's horse started a brushfire Paul Revere's horse sparks fear and everyone who saw it ...

Language arts
1.A saturated meadow, 2.Sun-shaped and jewel-small, 3.A circle scarcely wider 4.Than the trees around were tall: 5.Where winds were quite excluded, 6.And the air was stifling sweet 7.With the breath of many flowers, 8.A temple of the heat. 9.There we bowed us in the burning, ...

Language arts
1.A saturated meadow, 2.Sun-shaped and jewel-small, 3.A circle scarcely wider 4.Than the trees around were tall: 5.Where winds were quite excluded, 6.And the air was stifling sweet 7.With the breath of many flowers, 8.A temple of the heat. 9.There we bowed us in the burning, ...

Language
cat is too dog as tree is too? squirell apple*** leaves branch

English
ReWrite using APA format 1. Snow,C.E,Burns,M.S& Griffin, P.(Eds).(1998).preventing reading difficulties in young children. Washington,DC:National Academy Press. Suggests that the most effective way to build learners literacy skills is to begin by teaching them to read and ...

Language
How do I learn English good?

Language Arts
Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky, Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water, Or stand under trees in the...

English
Hello!! I have to write paragraph. What I do, english is my second language. Help thank yuo.

Language Arts, Ms. Sue please help me!
Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky, Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water, Or stand under trees in the...

english 3
The primary way children learn language is through books and school work. True False

Language Arts
What is the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables and how many metric feet are their in the following line? "Under a spreading chestnut tree" My answer is that the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables is unstressed, stressed and there are 4 metric feet, is this ...

Language Arts-Poetry
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The tide rises, the tide falls, The twilight darkens, the curlew calls; Along the sea-sands damp and brown The traveller hastens toward the town, And the tide rises, the tide falls. Darkness settles on roofs and ...

Language Arts
What is the meaning of the poem, Grandma Ling?

Language Arts
Compare and Contrast Limerick and The Sidewalk Racer PLEASE HELP ME!!!

language
okay so what is a good topic that can be put in a 5 paragraph essay in less than 30 min? i need a 100%

Grade 8 Art
Designing a World: Engineering Movies The cinematographer works with what other professional to plan how each scene will be filmed and lit? A.Production designer B. Director*** c.Graphic Artist D. Screenwriter 2.Movie professionals such as props designers and graphic designers...

Language
Miracles Walt Whitman, 1819 - 1892 Why, who makes much of a miracle? As to me I know of nothing else but miracles, Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan, Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky, Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the...

Language
In which sentence does the word distinct make sense? The assembly line produced a serious of identical toys, each distinct for the next. Because of the man's distinct appearance he easily got lost in the crowd The singer's voice is so distinct that is a blend in with every ...

Language
Which Object would most likely be described as exquisite? A delicate blossom A rough sketch A rugged landscape•• A prickly rosebud Correct this

Sign Language
Hi I would like for my answers to be checked for these two questions (Note: I'm not sure if the 2nd one is correct): 1. Several school-related words are based on which sign? a. book b. learn c. school d. study My Answer: book 2. How do you change a statement in American Sign ...

Language Arts
I am almost finished with my books vs movies essay and I am team books all the way, however I am not sure how to conclude my essay. Any help is very appreciated! Heres my essay: Never Judge a Book by its Movie For all of cinematic history book lovers have been frequently ...

Language Arts
In which sentence is the word TRANSLATES used correctly? A. Until Monica translates this message, we won’t be able to understand it.** B. Do you want to go alone when Ron translates across the Atlantic? C. The desk was piled so high with translates, Rebecca couldn’t find ...

language arts
Based on the passage, the reader can infer that some Haida families lived in homes that

Language Arts
1.Which Idea Is Conveyed In Both "Dust Of Snow" and Who Knows If The Moon's A.Nature can be playful (MY ANSWER) B.Nature can be harsh C.Nature can be annoying D.Nature can be mysterious 2.To Which Sense Do Both "Who Knows If The Moon's" and "Dust Of Snow Appeal Most Strongly A...

Language Arts
Underline who or whom to complete each sentence correctly. 1.(Who, Whom) is your favorite athlete? Underline Who 2. I disagree with Alan, (who, whom) likes basketball players Answer: Not Sure 3. About (who, whom) is that article written? Answer: Not Sure 4. (Who, Whom) did you...

Language Arts
How is the underlined word used? Write subject, object of preposition or direct object. 1. Who asked for athletic tape? The word Who is underlined 2. That is the gymnast with whom I study. whom is underlined 3. He is an athlete who once tried out for the Olympic Team. who is ...

Language arts
which is the best definition of the term ratio? An amount of one thing in relation to another•• A special mathematics number A set length of time A special mathematical tool Correct this

Language Arts
which is the best definition of the term propaganda? A mission statement Creative advertising A proper code of conduct Representation in a misleading manner•• Correct this if you can

Language Art's
1.)The speaker in "The road not taken" is a person who? (1 Point) A.)Is lost in the woods B.)Remembers making a decision C.)Is currently standing at a fork in the road D.)Likes to walk on a well-beaten path

English (Check)
Below each of the passages from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, list the type of literary device(s) employed and explain how the passage exemplifies the device(s). 1. Were it not for the sovereign pleasure of God, the earth would not bear you one moment...There are black...

Language Arts
In which sentence is a pronoun used as a direct object? A. The stars of the play were Pablo and me. B. My dad gave me his old watch. C. Nan invited my sister and I to her party. D. Ask me no more questions, please

Language Arts
1. When you paraphrase a line of poetry, what do you do? A.You turn it into a question. B.You put it in your own words. C.You add humor to it. D.You copy it down exactly HELP!!

Language
Recall that transitions are useful in showing relationships in a comparison and contrast essay. Which of the following transition shows a comparison? Although However Just as (My Correct Answer) Whereas

Language
As which parts of speech can the multiple meaning word cry be used? 1. Noun and verb (My correct answer) 2. Noun only 3. Adjective and noun 4. Adjective only

Language Arts
Check please 1. Like the pink petals of the azalea blossoms in “The Rider”, something that is LUMINOUS A. can be only seen at night B. cannot be seen at night C. gives off light** D. is beautiful 2. In which sentence is the word MINNOWS used correctly? A. Through the glass...

Language Arts
1. When the speaker in “Winter” says, “I collect books / For the coming winter”, what is her attitude toward the coming cold weather? A. positive B. uninterested** C. fearful D. angry 2. A concerete poem, such as “Seal,” A. Has few or no figures in speech B. ...

Language
The reporter is heading to the marketplace to cry the news about the selection result Use a dictionary definition to determine the best meaning of cry as it is use in this sentence? A. To call out for help B. To announce in public •• C. To shout D. A time of weeping ...

Art Help plz!
Movie proffesionals such as prop designers and graphic designers wor together to create a believable film. Which method of creating a believable screenplay is unique to the job of screenwriter. A:Research of time period architecture and design B:research of time period ...

Language Arts
1. Which of your senses can best help you picture this excerpt from “The Rider”? while you float free into a cloud of sudden azaleas / luminous pink petals that have / never felt loneliness . . . A. sight** B. taste C. hearing D. smell I think it’s A

Language Arts
1. In which sentence is the word UTTER used correctly? A. The seals utter past crabs and seaweed B. The seals will not utter minnow feed C. The playful seals utter cries of delight** D. The stingray and the shark utter the seal 2. Which of the following events, characteristics...

Language
How do you know the underlined group of words is a dependent clause? Nancy pulled over to ask for directions because she was lost. //Because she was lost was underlined.// A. It can stand on its own as a complete sentence and starts with a conjunction. B. It cannot stand on ...

Language
if there is a smattering of applause at the end of a play what do you hear? Just a few people clapping Total silence Half the audience cheering Everyone clapping loudly•• Correct me

Language
Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that does fade, But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange. Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell: Ding-dong, Hark! Now I hear them – Ding-dong, ...

Language Arts
What is the secret to reaching someone with words? Which of the poems—"Concrete Mixers," "The City Is So Big," or "Harlem Night Song"—best uses words to create a vision or an idea of the city for you? In a paragraph, state your opinion and support it with words and phrases...

Language Arts
In The Importance of Being Earnest, Jack and Algernon clearly have a preoccupation with food. Discuss how food serves as a symbol for obedience to impulse and the pursuit of pleasure. How does this symbol help Oscar Wilde to comment on and satirize society? Any clues? I'm ...

Language arts
How do you know the capitalized group of words is a dependent clause? Nancy pulled over to ask for directions BECAUSE SHE WAS LOST. a. It can stand on its own as a complete sentence and starts with a conjunction. b. It cannot stand on its own as a complete sentence and begins ...

Language PLZZ HELP ME!!!!!
"Full Fathom Five" by - William Shakespeare Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell; Ding-...

Language
Fathom Five" by - William Shakespeare Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell; Ding-dong. ...

Language Arts
Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell; Ding-dong. Hark! Now I hear them – Ding-dong bell...

Language Arts
In a paragraph, compare and contrast any two of the following forms of poetry: Concrete Haiku Limerick Your essay should include a specific description of each of the two forms you choose. Explain how the two forms are alike and how they are different. I choose Haiku and ...

Foundations 06042400
1. When a manager performs symbolic duties as the head of an organization, that manager is called a A. spokesperson. C. leader. B. figurehead. D. liaison. 2. What is one characteristic of the Industrial Revolution in America? A. The farming society grew to greater numbers. B. ...

algebra
The number of years, N(r), since two independently evolving languages split off from a common ancestral language is approximated by N(r)= -5000 1n r, where r is the proportion of the words from the ancestral language that is common to both languages now. Find each of the ...

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