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You can also look up these words and phrases in a dictionary. https://www.sfcv.org/learn/glossary?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI9aODw9-W2AIVmKDsCh2mUAmxEAAYASAAEgI-ofD_BwE
When you've read your text materials, we'll be glad to check your answers.
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I think you're right on all three.
https://www.museeprotestant.org/en/notice/the-eight-wars-of-religion-1562-1598/ https://www.dailysabah.com/feature/2016/06/18/how-french-colonization-shaped-algerias-future Maybe these will get you started.
Your text materials also address these issues. There are probably a lot of ideas hidden in them. Ms. Sue and I can't read for you and tell you what to write. Your teacher doesn't want to know what we know.
I gave you a link about the early modern period. After 1800, you have to be more specific. The industrial revolution, various wars and empires that came and went quickly. There has been a lot going on! Google "Europe since 1800" and read lots. You might want to read ...
You have to define the "modern" period. It's generally thought to be post-1800. Do you mean the Columbian Exchange? https://web.viu.ca/davies/H131/ColumbianExchange.pdf
Well, what is your question about the assignment? How can I help you?
Do you have a question about this assignment?
In this sentence, instead of saying you have chosen OF anything, you must say you have chosen TO become or TO be. The verb in the sentence is "have chosen", which is neither present nor past tense. It's present perfect tense. To make it simple past tense, you ...
I think that's probably the best of the choices. In his fantasies, he's always the one who is the hero.
DO read the links Ms. Sue and I posted for you. I won't explain any more here. You have to do your own work.
Sara, you are right that Al Andalus is the Arabic name for Moorish Spain or Iberia. That should tell you something about what countries were involved. Or does it not?
What does your text say about Moorish control/dominance in Europe? Here are several articles. Read what you need to answer your question if your text materials are inadequate to the purpose: https://www.google.com/search?q=Moorish+influence+in+Europe&ie=&oe=
The result in the '80s (there were big tax cuts in 1981 and '82, before the tax reform act of '86) was that government income from taxes fell dramatically and the national debt increased dramatically, since the things taxes pay for also increased. Taxes had to be ...
To compare the 2017 proposals to 1986 is also somewhat difficult. Both were based on the theory that cutting taxes on large corporations and the wealthy, investor, class would result in "trickle down" benefits to the public at large and the economy by giving the ...
Oh, my. This is a very complicated issue, and analyses vary a great deal, mostly on the basis of political and economic ideology. I'll give you one non-partisan analysis, but you'll have to look up others to get a full picture. It's made more difficult because the ...
Yes, birth control has much to do with it. Families are smaller now than they were 100 years ago, or even in the 1950s. Women work outside the home more now than in the past, so want smaller families to take care of. And if family size can be controlled instead of just ...
Actually, it's pretty complicated and has to do with medical advances that help people live longer compared to lower birth rates. This is a paper that may be "over your head", but the introduction/summary may help you. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/...
I'm certain your text does "say it". It also must explain the whiskey rebellion, which had nothing at all to do with navies or sailors. You must read carefully, not just skim over it.
music,making meladieos ms.sues? i need help
If your text materials don't explain these terms, I advise you to look them up in your we browser. You will need to type in the phrase, such as "focal point in melody". I've done one for you: https://www.google.com/search?q=motif+i+music&ie=&oe=
Yes, a period. It's not a question, it's a statement. You wish this will happen. It would be a question if you ASKED, "This year, can you learn to use your smartphone properly?"
Yes, D is the only answer. This is one of the worst questions I've seen from these on-line "schools", and I've seen a lot of terrible ones (as we all have).
Any of the above! While, because, as it is happening, as I explained before. "According as" doesn't make much sense, but the idea is there.
I think it means a new start on efforts to break old habits that one doesn't want to continue. If one has tried to quit smoking (or eating too many sweet desserts, whatever the bad habit is) and not succeeded, the New Year is a time to try again, work on it.
I think you must read the novel to find the answers to these questions. Who is this man who is so kind and generous? Who in mythology or religion does he resemble, giving of himself to those in need? What are the plot twists that demonstrate that treating slaves "kindly&...
I'm not sure it was a specific event that prompted Mrs. Stowe to write her novel, but see what you can find in some of these articles: https://www.google.com/search?q=why+did+Stowe+write+Uncle+Tom's+Cabin&ie=&oe=
Shall and will are interchangeable. They mean the same thing in this context. Shall is a more old-fashioned word, but you may substitute will.
It means that as it is happening that the calendar is getting nearer to January first and the new year... It's "shorthand" for all the rest of those words. As it is happening... No, you do not have to use "to" in that sentence. It is an allusion to ...
The price went from $825 to $290 and that's inflation? NO. And what war was going on in 1908 or in 1927? None that I know of.
You walked to it. The sentence does not say you sat down on it, reclined on it, or got under the covers. You walked to it, perhaps to stand there and admire it?
Read all about it: https://www.bing.com/search?q=symbiotic+relationships+of+invertibrates&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=a45cfe5777ab45c9917f56a77d53ef26&cc=US&setlang=en-US
Your textbook undoubtedly covers this topic. You may want to read it. Read lots: https://www.bing.com/search?q=the+renaissance&form=EDGTCT&qs=PF&cvid=e60859eb3eb1488599590e761898d567&cc=US&setlang=en-US http://www.encyclopedia.com/science-and-technology/physics/science-general...
Oh, my! You got the answer right. It was 1, diagrams AND it was 4, subheadings? Very interesting. I'd have chosen subheadings, too.
reading connexus help
I'll give you a hint. Which of the answer choices indicates that Philip must do something without Timothy?
I'll bet if you read your text materials, the answer is there. Or, read this. http://www.ushistory.org/tour/first-bank.htm
I think this will help you. Your text materials are also a great source. http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/culture-miscellaneous/difference-between-baroque-art-and-renaissance/
tech 1 MORE TIME
"connxus kid", when you need to find out what something like a "bin range" is, you can look it up in your web browser. Type in what you need to look up, in this case, "bin range", and enter. You'll find explanations on Google, Bing, Yahoo (...
I agree with both of your answers.
I think C is the best answer. Yes. :) It could be alcohol or anything else that other kids (or adults) might tempt you to do that you think would be wrong.
Which do YOU think is the right answer? It's about refusal techniques. Which of the answers is about saying "no" to something?
basic word and excel
What does your text say about these types of data? If you need to, look up the words in a dictionary on line by typing "field data", etc., into your browser.
Yes, as Ms. Sue confirmed. One may know something isn't right, but may succumb to peer pressure, social pressure, etc., and still do the wrong thing to avoid criticism or to "fit in".
I can't critique it if I can't see it. As it happens, I must log off to go do other things, but someone may have time to offer suggestions if you post it.
Please learn to spell "language", though.
Both are correct.
I know nothing about kids being thrown out of school. People are banned from Jiskha for cheating, giving other students the answers. It is NOT being helpful to just give others the answers to quiz, test, and review questions. It does not help anyone learn to just "get the...
If they gave you up, you went to an orphanage? To give up a child means to cede custody to someone else. To "give up on me" means they never lost confidence in you. Number one is right. Number two means something different.
5 - Portfolio Item: Cool Crafts Portfolio
I have no idea what a "cool crafts portfolio" is. Ask your teacher to explain it to you.
Yes, all of the above. :)
What do you think the answer is, regardless of where you left your book?
Nope. You posted this before and got an answer then.
In other words, Ryan, we are not going to tell you what YOU think. You have to think for yourself and write your thoughts yourself.
I don't know what a "reading character role" is, either. You are to suggest ideas from the novel or the character "Johnny Tremain" that you think might be good to discuss in a group. You must support your thoughts with examples from the novel's text.
It doesn't matter if I know the answer. When you have read your text materials and can answer yourself, we'll be glad to check your answer. Be careful, asking for the answer is cheating, and can get you banned from Jiskha.
cat·e·go·ri·cal im·per·a·tive [??kad???ôr?k?l ?m?per?div] NOUN philosophy (in Kantian ethics) an unconditional moral obligation that is binding in all circumstances and is not dependent on a person's inclination or ...
Science - Climate change
I think so, yes. http://climate.ncsu.edu/edu/k12/.breezes
Intensive Reading (CHECK MS SUE)
Let me add to Ms. Sue's comments. Since we have not seen the article, it's impossible for us to agree or disagree with your answer, if this refers to a specific article. Any non-fiction article on any topic will aim to accomplish both B and D. In fact, both B and D say...
Intensive Reading (CHECK)
Is this an article or essay that you have written or one you have read? If it's one you have written, A is the correct answer. If it's one you have read, written by someone else, your understanding of it must come from the text of the article or essay itself.
I you have read the poem, do you think old Alexander used humor at all? If so, how? I won't do your thinking for you. We'll be glad to critique your answer.
If you can't remember, go back to the story and re-read the pertinent passages. I don't know which version of the Arthurian tales you are reading, so I don't know. In case you did not know, the Arthurian tales have been retold many, many times, and the details vary...
What do YOU think? I'll give you a hint. There is an appositive in that sentence; appositives are set off with a comma. http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/appositive_apposition.htm
If your answers agree with your text materials, then you are correct. I question your answer to 28. Military prowess allowed the Romans to conquer and impose their beliefs on North Africa, but that spread their economic power, too, so either answer may be correct. And, the ...
Neither answer is correct.
No. There is a much better answer.
I agree with C.
English Help Re-wording
The only thing here I would change is the fact that you say there are three questions raised and use a colon. Then you have three complete sentences that follow. If you are listing the questions, you should separate them with semicolons with no capitalization. If you want them...
English Help Re-wording
Why do you need to reword this? It's quite well-written. I have to ask, have you copied it from another source and must put it in your own words?
Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights: Amendment VI In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district...
I wish "hehe" would learn about the Second Great Awakening in general, as well as the temperance movement.
Make sure you make the distinction between Sudan and South Sudan. They are now two separate countries.
I can't think of any "back to nature" tomes I've read in the last few years. I'm sure there are some. Novels that do deal with the darker sides of human nature and the artificiality of modern society are many. Anything by Louise Erdrich might qualify. ...
I think there's a better answer. What was Philip's attitude toward Timothy at the beginning of the story and HOW does it change, and why? Read the story and stop guessing. You've made two guesses. We won't respond to this question again.
I happen to know which story you refer to, but you MUST tell us the title and author of the story you are reading. As for your question, if you had read the story, you'd know there is one correct answer. When you can suggest which of the choices is correct, I'll be ...
SOC 320 Public policy
Unless I can see all the choices, I can't tell which is the best answer, much less whether you have chosen it.
Yes. The key is the charismatic leader who is, often, more important that any beliefs or belief system.
Nope. Look up the word "mythology".
I am da one
You have obviously not read your text materials. Try this: http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/battle-kettle-creek
A is wrong.
I disagree. Which of these might predict an outcome rather than recount the past?
I'd say it's false, but if you have a good reason to say it's true, your teacher should hear you out.
It's either/or, neither/nor. Easy to remember.
I don't understand what you need help with. Your essay is not very well written. Only the cognoscenti (people "in the know") will really understand it. What is PvP, for example? Don't assume your reader already knows everything you know! Your last line is ...
I disagree with the choices for the first question, but B may be the best of the bad choices. I disagree with your answer to the second question.