Posts by Writeacher

Total # Posts: 47,071

English
As it is, it's a command, and therefore in active voice. Apparently you need to change it into passive voice. https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/passive-voice.htm Study this carefully, and then give it a try. Someone here will check your work for you. PS -- The subject is...

government
I agree. https://www.google.com/search?q=green+party&oq=green+party&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61j0l4.3220j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Biology
See your other post and read those linked search results. Let us know what you decide.

Biology
https://www.google.com/search?q=pathogenic+bacteria&oq=pathogenic&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0j69i61j0l3.6240j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 https://www.google.com/search?q=opportunistic+bacteria&oq=opportunistic+bac&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j69i61l2j0l2.8194j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

English
Did you read that webpage? Did you click on any of the links there to start exploring topics?

English
What are YOU interested in that others around you may not understand or may not agree with you about? Those are the topics you should be exploring. https://www.powa.org/ After reading this webpage, click on Explore at the top and read, read, read, and follow directions.

Math - what?
Are you expecting someone here to do all these different assignments for you? Our tutors will check YOUR WORK or answer YOUR questions. Please fill them in on what you know about each and what you don't understand.

S.S
You're welcome. Don't forget to let us know what you learn.

S.S
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in most famous mongol ruler 3. Press the Enter key. 4. Read lots. Let us know what you learn.

English
Who's Yoni? Is there a title and author for all this?

English
2 is a wordy version of 1. 3 is slightly better, but 1 is still the best.

English
No, it's being used as a verb form with the helping verbs (auxiliary verbs) "are" and "were."

English
All are expressing surprise and sometimes incredulity!! (can't believe it!) Holy smoke! Wow! ... and many others!

@Stacy -- banned for cheating
=(

English
You're welcome.

English
A is generally true, but you're right to choose C for this particular story.

English
A second opinion on what? You haven't stated what you've decided on yet.

Language Arts
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#mood

Language Arts
Then you need to ask your teacher.

Language Arts
If you consider "Try" a command verb (imperative), then you have two incorrect choices among your original answers.

SS-Writeacher
No, "command economy" was right in the first place. I was asking why you're asking these questions here when it's so easy to look up those terms on Google.

SS-Writeacher
Why aren't you looking up these terms on www.google.com. I found this in less than 60 seconds! http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/command-economy.asp

RE numbered Social Studies-Writeacher
25, yes. 2. Read ... https://www.google.com/search?q=hard+to+grow+crops+inland+africa&oq=hard+to+grow+crops+inland+africa&aqs=chrome..69i57.6595j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

RE numbered Social Studies-Writeacher
If I didn't list it in either group above, then I believe it's correct.

RE numbered Social Studies-Writeacher
I disagree: 2, 25 I don't know. check your text: 5, 10, 12, 13, 16, 19, 20 Please don't post an entire test again. You should post ONLY those about which you have actual questions -- max of 5 or 6.

@diSCOunicoRN - banned for cheating
I noticed. And I find it very discouraging that there are so many "students" who try this -- and sometimes succeed on other websites. =(

@diSCOunicoRN - banned for cheating
Bravo, Ms. Sue!

Art 7th Grade
You're welcome.

Art 7th Grade
Even though I have no idea what buildings this question refers to, I agree with your answer.

Multi media and webpage design
You'll need to check your text. I've never heard that term before. Perhaps another tutor has, but go back to your text first.

English
2 is correct as it's written. 3 is correct as long as you use "to" -- that word is not optional in that sentence.

English
1. He found the key for me. <~~rephrased 2. I was found the key by him. <~~no 3. The key was found for me by him. <~~OK 4. The key was found me by him. <~~no 5. He left me a big house. <~~OK 6. I was left a big house by him. <~~OK 7. A big house was left for ...

English
Damon is right. The words "to" and "for" are not interchangeable in these sentences if you want to keep the meaning the same.

English
I'd use 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7. The others need correcting. 4 should be 3. 5. He ordered noodles for me. 8. Noodles were ordered for me by him.

English
Yes, because the reference is to different shades of blue. I'd say "it" is referring to "sadness" in the previous sentence.

Leap
"borrow"!!! LOL!

SUBJECT?? English, math, what??
Cheating is cheating. However, if you post your questions and indicate your answers, someone would be able to check them for you.

technolgy
I'm sorry, then. You'll have to depend on your text -- or maybe you can enter the following into www.google.com and find answers: "smart art" manual (yes, including the quotation marks)

technolgy
I've never heard of "Smart Art." Is it its own program? Or is it part of another program, such as Word or Publisher or ??

English
To make it clear, you might say, "The boy is visiting ... in the hospital." You're very welcome!

English
1 is correct in US English. 2 is correct in British English. 3 is correct. 4 would be correct if you put "an" in front of "illness." 5 is correct. 6 is correct. I've never heard/read anyone using 7's phrasing. I'd say that 1 and 2 both mean the ...

English
What color reflects your mood today? What color is your favorite, especially in choosing clothes you like? What color makes you look your best, do you think?

English
Yes, now that makes sense ... and I agree with you.

English
That's a very odd question. Does it mean what color do you feel like wearing today? Or what color matches your personality? This doesn't make sense to me unless I know the intent.

English
I'd use "while" when referring to a range of years. Example: While I was a teenager, I went to Chicago. Thus I'd say 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are fine, but 2 doesn't read quite right.

Social studies
No idea!

CONSUMER MATH
20% = 0.20 Multiply the total bill by 0.2. Indicate the answer in $.

Tecnology
You're welcome.

Technology
You should check your text for its particular definitions of these terms. In my opinion, though, non-verbal skills would be how close to perfection you can come in your writing, including grammar, usage, punctuation, etc. Verbal skills would be the words you choose so you don...

Algebra help pls
Please have patience and wait for a math tutor to come online.

English
Both are correct. I see no difference in meaning between the two.

English
I'd use only #1. I wouldn't use 2 at all. The problem with 3 is that all of Japan didn't make the voice recorder.

English
All are correct.

English
If you want the adverb to modify the verb, then move it next to the verb. Otherwise it seems to modify "robot" which is very strange! He happily made the robot. 3 is correct; 2 is incorrect (doesn't really make sense).

English
You need commas after "colors" in all sentences, and then they'll all be right.

Science help
Right

English grammar
I agree with Reed. One thing is needed, though, for easier reading -- put a space after the period so the sentences are visually separated and easier for the reader.

Good!
Incredible! They don't seem to learn from others' bad actions. =(

English
#4 might work in British English. I'm not sure. I'd say, "He made more noise than he needed to."

Social Studies
You're welcome.

Social Studies
Right.

Social Studies
Keep reading. There's more.

Social Studies
https://www.google.com/search?q=why+Pope+urban+II+would+organize+a+war+against+the+Muslim+Turks&oq=why+Pope+urban+II+would+organize+a+war+against+the+Muslim+Turks&aqs=chrome..69i57.2012j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read LOTS, and let us know what you decide to write.

Language Arts
If you are referring to the meaning of iridescent, yes, it's "d,"

Language Arts
That's your assignment. What don't you understand about it?

English
Use "box" in England; use "booth" in the US! Actually, some of those in the US aren't in booths anymore. They're flat against walls, and they're referred to as pay phones.

English
... probably ...

English
In formal British English, 3 would ptobably be used. In American English, I'd say, "Did you need to do that?"

English
All are grammatically correct, but I'd use only #4. Even better is to ask for the caller's number and say, "I'll ask her to call you back."

Math
Read and study Reiny's reply. https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1504542568

English
I doubt you'll get help with this book. I don't know of anyone here who has read it.

English
All read fine to me.

English
1. I don't see any correct answer among those choices. I agree with your choices for 2 and 3.

English
All pronouns help indicate the point of view, but if you mean which set of pronouns indicates ONE point of view, then C is correct.

No games, please
snow, Taylor, Shania Please pick one name and keep it. Playing games with multiple names doesn't get help faster.

Chemistry and @DrBob222
Sorry for the mix up -- here's what DrBob222 posted for the Chm or Chemistry question: What subject is CHR? If you don't label the subjects correctly the proper tutor won't know you need help. This question can't be answered as posted. You need the ...

English
I was looking at some courses... Before long, we were all taking an ... Learning to differentiate between when to use the simple present and the continuous present is tricky. It takes practice. Read and study all the different verb and verb-related links in the Hot Links ...

English
Better, but ... While I WAS LOOKING courses (a word is missing) Remove the comma after WHEN Sorry -- WE ALL TAKE needs correction, too,

English
I would correct the words marked in bold: When I applied to university, I WASN’T PLANNING ON studying a language. While I WAS SEEING courses, I talked to a counsellor who suggested it. He said many young people WERE FINDING English valuable when they started working. WELL...

Focus on the Child, Part 2
I agree.

Focus on the Child, Part 2
I disagree.

Focus on the Child, Part 2
Right.

Focus on the Child, Part 2
No. Which one does NOT require a "yes" or "no" answer, but needs explanation?

Focus on the Child, Part 2
No doubt ... and I haven't read Lally's book! I hope you have. =)

Engish
1 is okay, but 2 is not. 2 could be rephrased like this ~~> You need to have done it. 1 could also be rephrased like this ~~> You do not need to have done it.

English
2-3 is incorrect, but all the others are fine. Remember the capital "S" on "Smith" throughout.

Home Economics
Read through Similar Questions below.

Jishka
Yes, it's quite bland, but minimalist, which is what Jiskha's owner was going for. He wants the focus on the homework help, not any distracting elements.

English
I think that's a confusing assignment!! I had to read everything over and over!

English
1. spices = plural might HAVE been ... 5. Cut INTO THE cake ...

English
In 4, "... to be a genetics" what? ... a genetics professor ... a genetics researcher ... a genetics specialist A noun is needed at the end of that sentence.

English
The first two are fine now. The last one, however, is still weird. This would work: Ned didn't smoke heavily when he was young.

English
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/confusion.htm#double_negatives http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sequence.htm

English
Sue hasn’t eaten any fruit or vegetables for a while. OK Ned started to eat healthier food last year. OK Sue hasn’t never visited a doctor on a regular basis. Not OK Ned has lived a quiet life before they met. Not OK Ned has smoked heavily when he was young. Not OK ...

World Literature
I have no idea what you're really asking, but maybe information in these search results will help: https://www.google.com/search?q=agamemnon+%2B+furies&oq=agamemnon+%2B+furies&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i22i30k1.2990.5537.0.5733.9.9.0.0.0.0.133.967.3j6.9.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.9....

PHILOSOPHY
The conclusion is flawed -- or at least incomplete. The legal age to ________ should be lowered. You sssumed "to drink alcohol" but could it be something else?

Writing Composition
I still have no idea what you need, but maybe you'll find it in one of these websites: http://sites.umuc.edu/library/libhow/mla_examples.cfm https://leo.stcloudstate.edu/research/MLA.html https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

Writing Composition
Please ask an actual question. No one can tell what kind of help you need.

Focus on the Child, Part 1
I agree.

Social
Read these: http://www.lectlaw.com/def2/m142.htm https://www.learningtogive.org/resources/civic-responsibility Once you understand the terminology in your first question, you should be able to answer the second question. We cannot do that for you. (Read the question again if ...

  1. Pages:
  2. <<Prev
  3. 7
  4. 8
  5. 9
  6. 10
  7. 11
  8. 12
  9. 13
  10. 14
  11. 15
  12. 16
  13. 17
  14. 18
  15. 19
  16. 20
  17. 21
  18. Next>>