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This is the first part to revise: Im fed up with the mistakes that our current accounting firm makes. I run a small construction company, and I dont have time to double-check every bookkeeping entry and call the accountants a dozen times when they wont return...
Again ... do you need this to be more concise and less negative? More formal? Or what?
I won't revise this for you, but I'll give you some ideas. All you have to do is find the repetitions and the needless words -- and omit them! Take this sentence, for example: "Im contacting you about your recent email request for technical support on your ...
It reads okay ... a bit wordy, but the message is clear. What do you need to do? Make it more concise? Make it less negative for the customer? Or what?
No, not "personnel" -- read the sentence aloud. You should be able to hear the error if you pronounce all the words correctly.
That is not a correct sentence. It's missing a main verb.
Not A. In A, "snake" is used as a verb in infinitive form.
And what in the world is "Aa pd"?
What is your instruction? To identify subject and verb? Or what?
You're question doesn't specify a date or century or ??? This map refers to today. Yes, cities!
Southwest Asia, aka the Middle East. http://images.slideplayer.com/14/4420727/slides/slide_27.jpg Let us know what you decide.
Enter your questions into Google. http://www.google.com http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=what+kind+of+government+does+canada+have
Science and Hurry!
Science and Hurry!
Why the hurry? You know that if you're late, it means nothing to anyone on this website, right? Use Google. http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=How+do+ocean+currents+influence+the+climate+of+a+place
ed tech HELP PLS
=) You're welcome.
ed tech HELP PLS
There could be other answers depending on the context. Be sure to check your text. Yes, a is often correct, so we all need to be careful what we put out there. Slander can lead to legal consequences. B is sometimes true, sometimes not. C would be a good idea, but isn't ...
S S PLEASE HELP PLEASE
If you indicate what YOU THINK each answer is, someone here might check your work for you, but no one will simply give you answers.
1. presence suggested by the light in Leonardo da Vinci's paintings The Last Supper 2. painting that displays chiaroscuro shadows 3. important element in chiaroscuro painting Virgin of the Rocks 4. da Vinci's favorite composition La Gioconda 5. his knowledge of optics ...
Did you notice the time you posted this? Nearly all our tutors have turned in for the night at that time! Yes, "decided" is correct.
English (put commas )
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm Study the different comma rules. You are missing MANY! These are correct: - After the new library opened, the old one became a student union. - Morrison, a native of Ohio, won the Nobel Prize in 1993. - Since you passed the ...
See this part of those files you tried to link? file:///C:/Users/Student That indicates that the folder and files are available ONLY on your computer, not online.
Google is your friend. Go to www.google.com Enter the search terms you need information for. Read lots and take good notes. DON'T post questions here using text speak and without proper capitals and punctuation. Your credibility is lost by your doing these things.
If you're "BAD at math" you should NOT be posting so-called answers to other students' questions. Stop it now!
You need to go back and read/re-read your text.
Why would you waste so much time asking these silly questions? Ms. Sue is obviously a recognized tutor on this website. When she says, "Add the comma," she means it. I would, too. Please don't waste any more time on this.
Southwest Asia. ?? If that's the area usually referred to as the Middle East, then you're correct.
See Related Questions below.
U.S. History (help)
http://ballotpedia.org/United_States_House_of_Representatives Read carefully, especially the sections BELOW the map.
American Government PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWER!!
I agree with you on your answer for 8, but not for 7. For 7, I think you need to go back and re-read Articles I, II, and III. http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution
There is no above question. Are you supposed to turn that direct statement into an indirect statement? (also referred to as direct and indirect speech) http://www.ef.edu/english-resources/english-grammar/direct-and-indirect-speech/
You're answer grazing. Apparently, you forgot to read this on the Post a New Question page: Homework Posting Tips Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting.
english parallel structure
"surprising" = present participle -- being used as an adjective to modify "it" "a revolution in its special effects" = a noun and a prepositional phrase modifying the noun -- being used as an appositive to the pronoun "it" How will you ...
Q1 yes Q2 no
chris, Anonymous,,Chris, Kaitlyn
... and Christina and Linday Nine posts in under 10 minutes without a single thought of your own! Must be a record!!
This is phrased VERY broadly! It could be either B or D depending on many factors, such as ... When and where during the war? Near the beginning? end? in cities? on farms? on plantations? which people? landowners? slaves? soldiers? townspeople who owned shops and stores? You ...
http://www.google.com/search?q=%22the+changeling%22+analysis&oq=%22the+changeling%22+analysis&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.7221j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots. I'm sorry I can't help you myself, but I've never studied this poet or his works before.
When ALL answers are posted and declared to be 100% correct, cheaters prosper. This website's owner is frequently contacted by schools and publishers to delete these kinds of things. Not a big surprise! Just make sure you don't do so again, though, and you'll be fine.
Ren, do NOT post all the correct answers and state that they are! Those kinds of posts or responses will be deleted -- and you will be banned if you keep it up.
English 8 Adjective phrase or adverb phrase
"Adverbs can be single words, or they can be phrases or clauses. Adverbs answer one of these four questions: How? When? Where? and Why?" http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adverb.htm Adjectives describe nouns, for the most part. So ask yourself, "What question is...
@ Hello -- Bye!
There were a couple like this earlier today ... also banned. <sigh>
Probably "d" I've seen weathermen/women forecast rainfall expectations by means of satellite imagery (dark grays vs light grays), but not temperatures ... and certainly not as specific as daily highs and lows!
Did you get it? What did you decide?
(Actually, none of them -- because you aren't putting a space after each comma, period, etc.)
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/06/ Let us know what you decide.
ELA and Please Hurry!!!!
You're very welcome!! =)
ELA and Please Hurry!!!!
Yes, D for the first and B for the second. What's the hurry? Did you procrastinate? ¯\_(?)_/¯
ELA and Please Hurry!!!!
What do you think? Have you looked up that word? http://www,dictionary.com
This makes no sense. Please revise and proofread before re-posting.
Both seem correct. Check in your text, though, to be absolutely sure.
Since the AIM of voluntary work is to help others, I agree with Reed.
It's obviously 47!!
Thank you, Emily.
"umm" usually makes me think someone is going to be disrespectful. What is your subject? English? To study vocabulary, 1) make and use flash cards and 2) don't be near TV, music, or any other distraction.
Okay ... but why not a cowboy hat and a bolo tie?
Bowing would be polite, yes, but why the top hat and bow tie? Who would wear those?
Yes, wearing a top hat and bow tie. If a person were dressed like this and bowed to other people, what meaning would you attach to his/her dress and behavior? Why do you think the author wrote this, but using a rabbit instead of a person?
That's one, yes. I see three other references that rabbits cannot or do not do/have.
Personification is when HUMAN qualities are given to non-human entities in a poem or other work of literature. What HUMAN characteristics are attributed to the rabbit and/or turtle?
C is correct, yes.
http://www.google.com/search?q=types+of+triangles&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&espv=2&biw=1437&bih=716&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj244T6movSAhVLZSYKHZ0tDlMQ_AUIBigB Read carefully about the different types of triangles.
FSCJ = ??
What is your subject? Math, science, what?
Only certain tutors are allowed to post links to websites. No one posts photos or pictures here.
3 seems OK. 4 -- "came packed" = ???
1. OK 2. There is no complete verb here, so it doesn't make sense to me. Please revise.
And you think it's ... ?
You, too, can look up these things on Google. https://www.google.com/search?q=da+vinci+earliest+painting&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en-us&client=safari
Again, if you had posted your directions SEPARATELY FROM your sentence, you'd have gotten a better answer. The incorrect word in the sentence you posted is "be" near the beginning of the sentence -- and if you are supposed to replace it, the correct verb is "...
If you had posted your directions SEPARATELY FROM your sentence, you'd have gotten a better answer. The incorrect word in the sentence you posted is "ain't" -- and if you are supposed to replace it, bobpursley suggests revising that whole part of the sentence.
In the instructions, you are asked to compare. When you're working on a writing assignment, "compare" means to tell how two things are similar (while "contrast" means to tell how they are different). Your instructions also say to write a paragraph, not ...
That's YOUR assignment, which no one here will do for you. What questions do you have about this assignment?
Maria is guessing? Who would believe someone who admits she is guessing?
Effective Learning Environment
Maria needs to stop guessing on other students' posts. Priscila needs to go back and check her text. It could be A, C, or D, but the only way to be sure is to check your particular text.
Maria thinks? She's not 100% sure?
tomboy(girl)/princess = identity crisis?
http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=how+to+pass+math+tests Of course, it all depends on what level of math you'll be tested on.
There's a far better answer. Think about what it would take to convince you of someone else's ideas -- a perfectly written and proofed paper or what?
There's a more complete summary.
Sometimes (in both) there are shortened forms so that a commonly understood shortcut can be expressed more quickly. In text messages, we refer to them as "text speak" (btw, lol, @, smh, and many others, as you no doubt know!). In sign language, you undoubtedly know ...
What are you reading? What do YOU think? There's no guarantee anyone here has also read it, but so far, this makes no sense at all.
Try starting out with these words: Wilson argued that ...
American Government Help
Are you clear on the meaning of "explicit"? And what about "constitutional language"? Once you're clear on the meaning of each of those terms, you'll be closer to understanding the questions. http://www.onelook.com Or just use www.google.com
These cheaters never seem to learn, even when they're warned. Full moon tonight! Get ready!
Connections or Connexus or whatever
Read and heed: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1485887315
Cassandra -- You don't need to respond to everything posted. Please stick to your own posts and let tutors handle the rest. Thanks.
And you think it's ... ?
Math -- Stop Now
Please don't post any more of these until you indicate what YOU THINK or where YOU get stuck. Tutors will not do your work for you!
Yes, either 1 or 4. 1 would be a prescription for pain relief and would probably not be renewable without another trip to the doctor. 4 would be a prescription for antibiotics, although most doctors try to avoid writing this kind of prescription nowadays. What do you think?
Someone here will be happy to check your answers. No guessing!