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English
Which poem? Longfellow and Donne both wrote poems titled "Daybreak", and probably some others did, too.

history
All of the choices may be valid, depending on circumstances. A Wolf range runs into lots of money. Not everyone can afford one even if they have the space. A person in a remote, rural area may be limited by the brands and price-ranges carried by stores in his/her area, which ...

LAnguage arts
Read the line again. What does "master passion gain" mean?

Elsa tony
No tutor here is trying to be mean or hurt anyone's feelings. The object of school is for the student to learn about the world around us. No one can learn without doing the work involved: reading, listening, experience. No one can do it for us. We have to do it ourselves. ...

World History
I recommend you read your text materials and "google" imperialism. You will find many ideas that you can synthesize in your own words. Do the research. No one can do it for you.

infomation system
What on Earth is a "videon"?

library science
You may find some ideas among these articles: http://www.bing.com/search?q=factors+affecting+the+development+of+information+resources+and+services+-+library+science&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=12d1b44fd8e24fba930e58ca0b7fdf6a&pq=factors+affecting+the+development+of+information+...

library science
Budget

World History
I have no idea what "death lead" is. The merits of the Great Society are still being debated. Certainly some programs were very successful and popular. Others not so much. You might wish to read some articles, starting with some of these: http://www.bing.com/search?q...

Social Studies
I think B is the best answer, yes. As in most colonies of every European state, the locals chafed under the obligation to share local (in this case, Mexican) wealth with the homeland, and being considered inferior to the Spanish in Spain. They wanted control over their own ...

Language Arts
I don't know. I haven't read it. You supposedly have read it, if that is your assignment. You may have to actually read it for yourself.

sccial studies
I'd guess none of the above. "booming" is not one of the choices that I can see. :)

english
No one here is going to write your assignment for you. Why can't you read the book?

social studies
They became nothing? They must be something, Mr. So Cool!

Math! Help Hurry!
As Writeacher wrote: "You need to indicate what you are stuck on, and then the math tutors will know how to help you." Tell the math tutor what confuses you or ask HOW to do the problem, and I'm sure a math tutor will be glad to help. Just posting the problem ...

World History
I think B is a better answer, yes.

World History
I disagree with C. He supported the commune-state, but what does he say about it?

english answer check please, 4 questions
I think all your answers are correct. I don't know the MLA format well, but I think you're right. I agree with the first three answers.

World History
I agree, as we have discussed before :)

S.S @ Ms Sue Plzz HELP!
You're welcome.

S.S @ Ms Sue Plzz HELP!
It's rather complicated, and this is a good history of the phenomenon. For a quick answer, scroll to the section titled "Constantine's 'Conversion'" http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/christianityromanempire_article_01.shtml

World History
I agree with both of your answers. There's more to the failure of the Schlieffen Plan than the two fronts, but that's a major part of the answer: two fronts. You're right on the second question, C.

World History
:) GOOD!

World History
Well, Russia did not surrender. They withdrew. There is a difference. By withdrawing, they accepted their losses and just quit when the Revolution occurred. http://www.reference.com/history/did-russia-withdraw-world-war-56c0d54587f13d4e

World History
No, Russia did not surrender.

World History
Well, I don't know what your text materials do say. Trench warfare was much more "the rule" on the Western Front, that's true. I think there might be a better answer, though. http://ibatpv.org/projects/russia/Nick_II/Industrialization.htm

World History
I like A best. I think you're right.

World History
You're very welcome.

World History
I agree with both of your answers.

Social Studies
As to the advantages of authoritarian rule and a republic, read lots and see what you think: http://www.bing.com/search?q=authoritarian+rule+versus+a+republic&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=06887a5bf7c74db6ad2f056b48a8d7e7&pq=authoritarian+rule+versus+a+republic&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Social Studies
http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~rauhn/fall_of_republic.htm

social studies
Writing a paragraph is your assignment. We can't do it for you. We'll be glad to critique it when you draft something.

social studies
What can we do to help with your assignment?

World History
You're welcome. :)

World History
A is correct. Competition is a synonym for rivalry.

World History
No, not C.

Health and Physical Education
http://www.sciencedaily.com/terms/excretory_system.htm Sorry, this is a live link to the site I posted above. Read your textbook to find out what each of these four systems are. Then you will know what the nose, lungs, and diaphragm are for. Failing that, look up each one of ...

Health and Physical Education
If I were you, I would read the text materials. I'll offer this: https://www.sciencedaily.com/terms/excretory_system.htm

Health and Physical Education
Oh, my goodness, no!

Health and Physical Education
And your answer is?

World History
It helps if you read your text materials before you start to try to answer the review or quiz questions.

World History
No again. You've had two guesses. Guess from the other two and see if you guessed right. Don't post this again.

World History
No.

World History
I disagree, but re-read your text materials. They may agree with D even if I don't. :)

History
Marylyn, a bit of advice. Don't take other student's word for answers to your questions. The first reason is that they may be wrong (often are). The second is that, as in this case, it's cheating to give each other the answers. In both cases this morning, they ...

History
Yes, Marylyn, you are correct. :)

English
Tell him "congratulations" from me.

ocher
What do you study in a class called "ocher"?

Art:Please Help Me @Ms Sue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Canaday

Language Arts
I disagree with your first answer. The other two are good.

English
I'm not finding it at all. Who wrote it?

English
If "Careers" is the name of the class, then, yes, it should be capitalized. Above, #5, if it was used as an adjective to describe what kind of teacher he was/is, it is not capitalized.

help
Then put "science" in the SCHOOL SUBJECT line/box and MAYBE a science tutor will see it and help you!

help
"help"? You've been chased up a tree by a wild boar and need someone to chase the pig away so you can get down? What is your school subject? What kind of tutor do you want to help you?

Social Studies
I agree with D.

Mrs Sue History
Interesting. B was/is a consequence of A, so both are correct. But, the program that checks the answers has only one that can be considered "correct". It's a badly written question. I'd hate to see the text materials it's based on!

English
Old English is not the appropriate phrase. Old English is a substantially different language from which modern English developed/evolved. What you are calling "old" English is more Elizabethan English, which is modern English, although, as the language changes, some ...

LA CHECK 2
I agree.

L.L
We can't see the excerpt. You can.

English
"for Christmas" is a bit vaguer. The holiday may include Christmas Eve, and/or days on either side of December 25. "On" means specifically on December 25.

verbals: gerunds answer check
I disagree on #3, and that's my story and I'm sticking to it. :)

verbals: gerunds answer check
3 is wrong. The others are correct.

Identifying Gerund Phrases
On second thought, you are correct on 10.

Identifying Gerund Phrases
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - yes 4 - no (what kind of object?) 5 - yes 6 - again, object of what? 7 - yes 8 - what kind of obect 9 - yes 10- no

Social studies
No, I can't find anything that will make finding the information more quicker; more quickly, yes. http://mineralsmakelife.org/economic-growth

English
"Old"? Archaic is a better term.

Comuter systems answer needed
The reason for making the school subject obvious is that the right tutor needs to see your question. It's not my field, but it is someone else's. :)

Check my answer please!
What is your school subject? If you want a tutor skilled in that subject, please put it in the SCHOOL SUBJECT box.

Gerunds in Phrases
You are now correct on 2 and 8. Sorry Ms. Sue and I both goofed, too. :) We got it right, between the three of us. (I think.)

Gerunds in Phrases
Yes, two is wrong, part of speech. I saw it wrong. And eight is wrong. I was too quick to judge. Ms. Sue is right. Four: "caring" is what we used to call a predicate nominative. If it's now called a predicate noun, so be it. I think you are correct.

Gerunds in Phrases
All are correct.

History
And A looks best to me, too. :)

History
If that's what your text says, then that's the "correct" answer. I would choose another answer, but I have no idea what your text tells you.

True or False
http://www.biologycorner.com/worksheets/cladogram.html

English, If anyone did this please help
What do you mean, "The play don't make sense"? Have you read it? The characters talk to each other. What do they say to each other and why?

English, If anyone did this please help
How can we help you with these questions? What is it that you don't understand?

life orientation
Your text undoubtedly discusses this issue. Otherwise, see what you can find here: https://www.bing.com/search?q=sport%20in%20nation%20building%20-%20disadvantages&qs=bs&form=QBRE

World History
I agree with A. Missionaries certainly tried to impose Christianity everywhere they went. They weren't always successful, but they sure tried, and were often successful in Africa - less so in India.

World History
We can't see the image, though, so I have no idea what it shows. I'm only reacting to a general impression that most local people were not happy with European domination. Local people may have tried to adapt to European customs if they wanted to ingratiate themselves ...

World History
I think that B is the best answer, but make sure it agrees with your text.

geography
What statements? What is your question?

Oceanography
Yes, C.

Oceanography
It's not B. Both of you should try reading your text materials.

Johnson
What kind of class is "Johnson"? Your question looks like math of some sort. If so, the question seems to be incomplete.

Social Studies
You're correct on all three! :)

Social Studies
I agree that #2 is a good answer for the first question. You indicate no choices on the other questions.

Math help???
"Please Help"? You are drowning and want a life preserver or a lifeguard? Your house is on fire and I should call 911?

english
Cullen may use alliteration in other poems, but not this one.

english
I see no alliteration here at all. http://literarydevices.net/alliteration Look up (in your text or on line) the other four and make sure you know what they are. Then you can decide.

Social Studies
Based on this and your last question, it appears you have not read your text materials. You will be surprised to find that the answers you seek are there, but you have to read it first, not just guess at the answers.

English 11
One is a proposal for a project, including methodology for conducting the research and funding. A research proposal may not be as specific as to funding or methodology. It may propose a thesis to be researched. http://www.bing.com/search?q=research+proposal+vs.+project+...

English 11
You don't need to post the same question twice. I've given you two resources in answer to your first post.

Writing
Here's another guide: http://people.ok.ubc.ca/rlawrenc/teaching/writingProposal.html

Writing
http://undergrad.stanford.edu/opportunities/research/get-funded/apply-uar-student-grants/how-apply/writing-grant-proposal/writing-project-proposal

Social Studies
Nope.

English
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/food

english
I don't think so. You're on your own now.

english
I agree with B and G, not F.

Life orientation
There are good things and bad things. Read about it in these articles: http://www.bing.com/search?q=ways+in+which+sport+can+support+nation+building%3F&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=432323a154bc4867a873658aeedcac1f&pq=ways+in+which+sport+can+support+nation+building%3F&cc=US&setlang=en-US

Life Orientation
"Avoidance" is rather a broad term. I assume you mean to apply it to social relationships. Read lots and see if you can find anything that applies: http://www.bing.com/search?q=avoidance+in+relationships&form=EDGNTC&qs=AS&cvid=3342107bed24453fafb535a82df59d17&pq=...

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