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geography
That question is SO SPECIFIC, it must be answered in your text. Have you read and re-read it with this particular question in mind? If so, then read it again. It must be in there.

literature
You're welcome!

literature
I agree with you that the answer is C. http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/writing/style Yes, rhetorical devices, literary terms, stylistic devices -- all are different terminology for basically the same thing.

social studies
Which? Are you given choices? Or are you supposed to find the wording in your text?

MATH
DUH BAKA = CHEACH PLEASE How weird to be answering yourself!! Only Bosnian needs thanking! =)

English
Yes, #4 means #2, and yes, the comma is needed.

ELA
No one here is going to write your assignment for you, but if you post what YOU THINK, someone might be able to critique your writing and thinking for you.

@Young Trippy Lil G
I've put you on time-out for a couple of days because of all the non-answers and wrong answers you've posted so far today. Please restrict yourself to asking your own homework questions and let the actual tutors help other students.

Science
Discuss your opinion of the consequences of artificial selection and the advantages and disadvantages of using genetic information in society. Do you have your opinion formed yet? If not, you need to do this first. Use facts from your research to support your opinion. Cite the...

Math -- Connections cheater
This is your only warning -- Those who ask to cheat or who offer to help other cheat will be banned from using this website. Be aware.

science
Good plan!

science
Be sure you find out where Young got this information ... just so you cite it correctly and don't get nailed for plagiarism!

English
You're welcome!

English
Sorry, Marylyn. I misread the question. Yes, B is incorrectly punctuated. There needs to be a comma after "hurt" in that sentence.

English
B is NOT the answer.

Language arts
Did you read any of the search results in the link I posted above? Read several; then come back to your question.

Language arts
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=alliteraton+reasons&*

Language arts
I see a line in which s's are repeated. I see another line in which d's are repeated. If you read this OUT LOUD, you'll hear what the poet intended you to hear and understand.

Language arts
That's your assignment. What is YOUR question about your assignment?

Technical writing
I disagree. Again ... study that link I gave you about comma uses.

Technical writing
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm

Technical writing
I'm not saying yes or no. Read up on comma uses here, and then decide between A and B.

Technical writing
I disagree.

Technical writing
I don't see any correctly punctuated sentences there. C comes closest, but it needs a comma after 2013.

Technical writing
I agree.

english
See your other post.

english
Have you read that part of Odyssey? If you've read it, the answers to these questions are not difficult. Post what YOU THINK, and someone here will check your work.

LanguageArts
You write it, and someone here will check it for you.

Language Arts
That's your assignment, which no one here will write for you. What kind of help do you need with your assignment?

Math
You could have googled it and found out in less than a minute!! http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=555

English
All are correct and are fine to use. =)

english
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=iliad+and+odyssey+in+today's+world&* Read as many of these search results as possible. Let us know what you decide to write.

College English
Comparison = how they're similar Contrast = how they're different Have you brainstormed or listed their differences? That's where you must start since you already have stated their similarities. However, I really don't know how anyone can possibly write an ...

Writing
I haven't read the story, but that sounds logical, given who Hughes was and the times and place he lived.

Writing
Combine your two last responses.

Writing
"What audience" means whom was he writing for. All kinds of people can read his story, but for whom was he mainly writing this story?

Writing
The question isn't asking what the main point is. Please re-read the question.

Writing
Someone here will be happy to check what YOU think.

L.A.
I disagree, but you've already posted two guesses, which is the limit we'll reply to. Please don't post about this again.

L.A.
"kinda" <~~?? Either it is or it isn't? Read it several times -- out loud. Then let us know what your final decision is.

L.A.
http://hellopoetry.com/poem/1670/who-knows-if-the-moons/ Is that what you're referring to?

7th grade ss unit 1 lesson 13 test
No tutors here know what "test ss 2b one the lesson 13 test" means. Be aware that tests are supposed to indicate what you have learned -- or not. Getting "help" online during a test is not a good idea. It's often called cheating! Go back and read or re-...

Writing
Yes, 5.

English
#1 is incorrect for the reason I gave here: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1488799319#1488799319.1488800406 #s 3 and 4 are fine because the main verb is a form of the verb to be.

English
These contractions are correct as long as they're in present tense. 5 and 10 are incorrect. 8 is correct only if it means the same thing as 9.

English
For these contraction forms to be correct, you need to use them only when "had" is an auxiliary or helping verb. I had a book. ("had" is the main verb and is not to be contracted) I'd been staying at her house until I found my own place. ("had"...

English
All the possibilities you have given are good. And yes, either preposition works fine. =)

history
The treatment of the Navajo people was also very shameful on the part of the US government in the 1860s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Walk_of_the_Navajo Be sure to read the entire article. The Navajos were eventually allowed to return, but their herds had been destroyed, ...

English
Yes, the questions are all fairly standard ways to greet other people. The replies are usually one or two words -- Oh, fine Okay Just fine Doing well (And others)

Physics
That's a direct result of posting from his/her 'smart phone' and not paying attention to auto-correct's stupidities!! This is why people are told to proofread before hitting that Submit button!

English
1, 2, 3, 5, 7 are all fine. For 4, I'd just leave our the "also." For 6, I'd use "either" instead of "too." Of course, it might be different if I could read these sentences in the context of a conversation or a story, not as single sentences.

social studies
Someone here will be happy to check your answer.

World History
"just one paragraph will do" I took this as asking someone to write "just one paragraph" for you. "Do you mind if you made it easier for me like one sentence on how they united Italy?" Then I took this as your asking Ms. Sue to write one sentence ...

World History
You seem to expect others to do your writing for you. You'll learn nothing if others do your work for you. You write what you think, and someone here will critique your thinking and writing.

History
The effects of boiling water for tea may have been instrumental in lessening the frequency and effects of some diseases and illnesses in England. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tea_in_the_United_Kingdom#Victorian_and_later It would be interesting to know if anything similar ...

Math Written Assignment
No one here is going to do this work for you, but someone will be happy to critique what YOU THINK.

Geometry - needs help
Please put your SUBJECT in the Subject box so the right tutors will find your posts.

English
Yes, they're grammatically correct, but usually used only in dialogue, not in formal writing. 3 is fine, but 4 is not. You don't need "the same" at the end. You can either keep or omit "is" before that. In 3 and 4, "as" is being used as a ...

English
Your first and third questions are quite normal, but for the middle, I usually hear and use the following: What is she wearing today: -- She is wearing a new T-shirt and a pair of shorts. What kind of shirt is he wearing? -- He is wearing a dress shirt, but without a tie. What...

Writiing Skills
I hope Sandra paid attention to Ms. Sue. The two sentences are identical, so none of the answer choices are correct.

English
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/greatex/

History
Then re-do the search by substituting air pollution for "environmental issues" in www.google.com.

History
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=environmental+issues+usa+canada&* Read lots of different articles here, and let us know what you decide to concentrate on.

Powerpoint Project
And if you need help learning how to make PPT slides, put together as a presentation, you'll find help in here: http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=how+to+make+a+powerpoint+presentation&*

ELA 6th grade
I agree with you on 3 and 5, but not on 4.

ELA 6th grade
We'll be happy to check what YOU THINK the correct answers are.

Health
And you felt the great need to change your screen name because ... ? Yes, C.

Health
Often C, yes, unfortunately.

English
1, 3, 5 - correct. 4 can be considered correct, too, depending on the meaning.

history
First of all, be clear on what you mean by "undemocratic" -- how are you defining that word?

English
In 3, I'd say "fountain pen" and in 4, I'd say "their wedding anniversary" but other than those two things, all are fine. Adverbs answer one of these four questions: How? When? Where? and Why? http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adverb.htm Which of ...

English
1-1 should be "I beat him at ping-pong." 1-2 is fine. 2-1 should be "We defeated them at basketball." 2-2 is fine. Do you see the difference?

English
Sometimes "in" can be used instead of "at" but using "at" makes the competition clearer. In 5, I'd say "the opposing team" -- but all the rest are fine.

English
For 4, I'd say "disgusted" (meaning angry or dismissive about someone or something). To use "disgusting" means I myself am something awful!! I am elated. I am disappointed. I am confused. It seems that "am" and "feel" in these ...

English
1 and 2 -- both are fine. 3 means someone gave you a gift for your birthday, but doesn't specify when it was given to you. 4 means someone gave you a nice birthday gift on your actual birthday day! Both prepositional phrases are adverbial.

English...check my work
I just did this one! http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1488428920 PS. Jiskha-time is Eastern time in the US. Most Jiskha tutors live in the Central or Eastern US time zone, so when you post something close to midnight, don't expect a fast answer!!

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adjectives.htm Scroll down and read about the Order of Adjectives. Be sure to study the chart provided, too. Let us know what you decide.

english grammar check please
There are only two changes to make. In 2 and 3, you haven't separated the main verb of the sentence from the infinitive. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm

English
Think about each character and how his or her past influences present-day thoughts and actions. Then think about what each character brings to the story (whatever it is) and affects how the story turns out.

social studies
Google is your friend! http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~weidenrl/p.htm

English
B is correct, yes.

english grammar check my answer
1. Looks good but you're missing something major! 2. Looks good, but what kind of verb form is "to win"? 3. Completely re-think the first part of this one.

History
Right off, I would say the end of the Civil War and the passing of the 13th and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amendments_to_the_United_States_Constitution You may find more in these search results that will help, too: http://www....

english
Tone, in written composition, is an attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience. Tone is generally conveyed through the choice of words or the viewpoint of a writer on a particular subject. ... The tone can be formal, informal, serious, comic, sarcastic, sad, and ...

English
Well, I still teach that the comma (as in 1 and 2) is still needed! But Reed is right that English is a living language and changes are always occurring, usually slowly. 1. OK 2. not OK 3. OK 4. OK 5. OK 6. not OK -- word order is the problem; #5 is the correct word order. 7. ...

English
OK, well, I didn't see your second post!! 1. ... on the team. 2. (not correct) 3. (not correct) 4. ... in the same class. 5 and 6 (both are fine)

English
Yes, you need "on" when referring to being part of a team. We are on the ________ team. I've heard both 3 and 4 in use, and they seem to be interchangeable, yes!

Language Arts
The title "Another Evening at the Club" This seems to be referring to a particular evening at a club or bar or wherever. "Just Another Evening at the Club" This seem to be saying that one evening at the club (or bar or wherever) is about the same as any ...

english
http://www.letterwritingguide.com/ Read here about writing Friendly letters and then scroll down to read about Writing an Invitation Letter.

maths
I think you mean 1/5 (the standard way to show division or fractions on a website like this). So, since 1 = 5/5, then 5/5 - 1/5 = ?

Math grade 2
36 divided by 3 = ?

Math grade 2
641 - 458 = ?

Math grade 2
250 - 79 = ?

geography
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1302029166

As DrBob222 wrote ...
You ask questions, we provide help, BUT the emphasis is on HELPING you and not doing all of your work. We try to teach you how to do it rather than doing it for you. It is not a place to type in your tests and make 100% score. Here are the tips you should do: Homework Posting ...

Us HISTORY
That's YOUR assignment. What questions do you have about your assignment? If you post what you write, someone here will check your thinking and writing for you.

Us History
That's YOUR assignment. What questions do you have about your assignment? If you post what you write, someone here will check your thinking and writing for you.

English
You need to do two things before you can even plan this essay or speech. If you just write "off the top of your head" you'll have a mess. This will take research and planning. First, read lots about the philosophies of the US's founding fathers: http://www....

Social Studies
Use www.google.com and type in the name of the bridge. You'll find lots of information there if you read lots.

Hyperbole
I disagree with you on Q4, but agree with you on the others.

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