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Banned for cheating!
The third one today that I know of. =(

Latin
Yes, tense has to do with whether it's present, imperfect (past), future, etc. 1 we are seeking - yes 2 they came - no - What tense is "veniunt"" http://www.online-latin-dictionary.com/latin-dictionary-flexion.php?lemma=VENIO100 3 They hear - no - What tense...

Latin
1. yes 2. no (tense) 3. no (tense) 4. yes 5. no (tense) 6. yes 7. yes 8. no (person) 9. no (person and tense) 10. no (tense)

Latin
Please double-check them all -- and number your answers so they match.

Latin
If you expect some website to just give you the right answers, I think you're out of luck. But if you use that website correctly, you can figure out each verb yourself. Here's one example: petire -- the infinitive for the first verb on your list; it means to seek or to...

Latin
http://www.online-latin-dictionary.com/latin-english-dictionary.php?lemma=PETO100 Start with petimus and let me know what you decide. Remember these three parts to each Latin verb form: Basic meaning and form = the infinitive A syllable or word to indicate verb tense. If there...

Cheating
Cheaters are not welcomed on Jiskha. You've been banned from posting for asking for answers. The words "help" and "cheat" are not synonymous.

Languages
No tutor here has the vaguest idea what you're referring to ... and if any other student posts anything, you'll both be banned. My suggestions: 1. Post specific questions and ask for explanations. 2. Make good use of your text and these websites: http://www.verbix.com/...

the fed
camil, DrBob is right. You've had two wrong guesses now. Please don't post about this again.

the fed
http://www.google.com/search?q=federal+reserve+and+national+economy&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=federal+reserve+and+national+economy&aqs=chrome..69i57.11591j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and let us know if you change your mind.

civics
No. Read and re-read. Then re-read and think about the candidates' statements. Debra is a voter who believes that the success of the oil industry is very important to the health of the national economy.

Math (fractions)
http://www.mathisfun.com/ <~~Bookmark this website. Click on Numbers. Then click on Fractions Menu. Study this section carefully, including the explanations and the how-to examples. What you need for these problems are the explanations for adding and subtracting fractions...

Stop!
Seven posts and not a thought of your own? Please follow the directions on the Post a New Question page: Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting.

English
They are similar. I'd use #1 when getting ready to go for a ride in a car, whether for a short or long trip. Or maybe I'd use when telling someone else to get going! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8DRen60X10 Here it is in a Ray Charles song!! I'd use #2 if I were...

english
You're very welcome! I really like that particular webpage because of all the links to webpages that explain exactly what I'm looking for! =)

english
Both are correct, yes.

English
You should use the hyphen, yes. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/compounds.htm

english
You're welcome.

english
The first is correct; the second is not. You've used up your two guesses. Please don't post about this again. Study those sections in the website I linked for you.

english
Both are wrong. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/index2.htm Read and study how to use colons, semicolons, and commas correctly here.

English
Your original sentence? It will be correct if you put a question mark at the end. Your other sentences contain run-ons and need correct spelling and capital letters, as well as correct punctuation. If you want to learn English well, you must practice it correctly. That means ...

English
You can delete something from view, but essentially, things are never truly deleted!

English
Why does who keep deleting ... ? http://www.google.com/search?q=once+on+the+internet+always+on+the+internet&oq=once+on+the+internet&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j0l4.4523j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Math
No. Area = length x width Area = 3.5 x 2.8 What will your answer be?

forensic science
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/trier And you think the answer is ... ?

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. I, myself, rarely use either expression. I would say, "Would you like more vegetables?" 3 is a common expression, yes, but 4 is not. I would say, "Have some cake!" or "Would you like some cake?"

english
You write it, and someone here will critique it for you.

Electives
Read lots -- and check with your school counselor. http://www.google.com/search?q=What+do+you+do+in+an+Interpersonal+Studies+class&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=What+do+you+do+in+an+Interpersonal+Studies+class&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.2562j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Computers
Read lots: http://www.google.com/search?q=direct+access+memory&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=direct+access+memory&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.5020j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

ICD-10 coding
There are no tutors here who have expertise in this subject area. Please use your text, study materials, and a good search engine or two to find your answers. 1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in icd codes (or whatever search terms you need). Press ...

STATISTIC
If you get no responses to your statistics posts, try this: Go to http://www.khanacademy.org/ Click on Subjects in the upper left of the screen. Click on Statistics and Probability in the drop-down list, and then choose the area in which you need to learn more.

Punctuation
What is your question about all this?

LA
I agree.

LA
And you think it's ... ?

Grammar <~~note the correct spelling
Here's a list of subordinating conjunctions: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#subordinating_conjunctions Figure out which one would work best and let us know how you decide to combine those two sentences.

English
1 -- "forsake" and "leave" are the two I can think of right now. 2, 3, 4 -- Yes, all mean approximately the same thing. #4 is probably the most commonly used of the three.

English
1 and 2 -- Both are fine; "into" is the full meaning, but people will understand "in" as well. 3 and 4 -- We usually use "at" for this expression. You can use "having" or omit it, and the meaning will be the same.

Language arts
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Go here and find Gerund. Click on that word and read and study. PS -- Gerunds always end with -ing.

@Teacher
We have been banning kids who post whole tests for quite a while now. We've announced it daily. However, I don't believe kids come in and read the posts first. I think they hit that Post a New Question link and post whatever they please. If teachers would change up the...

@green arrow -- Also Banned
For posting all answers but no questions!

@ Dytto -- Also Banned
For the same reason as above.

English
You give it a try first and see what happens. Try using this: http://www.unscramble.net

GA History
You're welcome!

GA History
Yes.

GA History
Nope! Look each of them up here: http://www.google.com Then let us know what you decide. No guessing!

@ABC
Stop posting more questions until you have gone back and followed the directions on the Post a New Question page: Please show your work. Tutors will not do your homework for you. Please show your work for any question that you are posting.

Math
There are 12 inches in 1 foot. What will you do with that?

Math
You've posted a lot of questions with absolutely no thinking apparent on your part. You need to go back and add what YOU THINK about each -- or what you've done so far and where you get stuck.

Math
16 ounces in 1 pound. What's the rest of your question?

Language Arts
One that's not on that list that you should take a look at is First, Do No Harm, by LIsa Belkin. Use Google to learn more.

Language Arts
http://als.lib.wi.us/Collegebound.html LOTS of good ones out there. If you need more info about any of them, use www.google.com.

Banned for cheating!
They don't seem to learn. How sad. =(

civics
None, apparently!

English
I disagree with you about 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10. 7 is badly worded, but your choice is correct. 12 is if-fy. I think there's a better answer. 13 -- What do you think?

English
Right

English
OK. I think it could be either one, but you must depend on how it was presented in your text. Interesting play!

English
Either cultural or historical. http://www.google.com/search?q=%22latins+in+la+la+land%22&oq=%22latins+in+la+la+land%22&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.7286j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 What do you think?

Reading
www.unscramble.net

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. Your explanation for 3 is fine. Your explanation for 4 adds things that aren't there! For 4, I'd simply say it means I like to swim there at the moment (now). 4 could mean I like swimming there now, but not in the winter. It could mean...

English
Yes, both mean the same, and both are grammatically correct.

math - incomplete
What table?

ELA connexus
What are you supposed to write? A summary? An alternate ending? What?

English Language Arts
You're welcome! Whenever you get these long-phrased assignments, remember not to let the hugeness of it overwhelm you. Break it into its parts. =)

English Language Arts
You're welcome! Whenever you get these long-phrased assignments, remember not to let the hugeness of it overwhelm you. Break it into its parts. =)

English Language Arts
Just follow the directions, step by step: 1. What work did you complete in your reading role? 2. Decide on the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Walk Two Moons. 3. Provide an explanation for your choices. 4. How did the role you selected ...

English (one question)
Is this for MLA or APA?? If MLA, your choice is correct. Bookmark this website for help with MLA guidelines: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ Use the list of links at the left as your table of contents.

English
The main error here is the main verb's tense. Since "I got up" occurred after "the sun rose," the sentence should read like this: The sun had risen before I got up. Study the sequence of tenses here: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sequence.htm ...

@ Abby - connexus cheat banned
We warn and ban ALL PEOPLE who attempt to use this website to cheat. For blatant and full-scale cheating (such as an entire test or exam), THIS is the warning!

@ Abby - connexus cheat banned
Why don't Connexus kids learn that we'll ban them when they outright ask for "all the answers"? Incredible to me! =(

English
I agree with you for the first one, but disagree about the second.

History
It was frightening, and in driving from where we lived on the eastern edge of LA County to where my parents-in-law lived near Santa Monica, we could see all the different places where black smoke was rising. It was horrifying to see so many burning buildings and to know that ...

History
Yes, I know. I lived there then. My question however was whether you thought about mentioning that the 1992 riots were not the first. It was just a question.

History
Did you include the fact that the Rodney King riots were not the first in Los Angeles? http://www.google.com/search?q=watts+riots&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=watts+rio&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j0l4.2373j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 That might be an interesting idea to start out ...

English
1 and 2 mean about the same thing. 3 is different.

Math
The word "of" indicates that you need to multiply, so ... 15% x 60 = .15 x 60 = ?

English
Yes, C.

English
I think there's a better answer. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poems/detail/57673

Cheating James -- banned!
"The Weekend" has also been banned for handing out answers in at least two posts in the past hour or so.

Social studies
Read through several of the Related Questions below, and then tell us what you think. Someone here will be able to critique what you think and write once you post it.

English
1 is best. 2 and 4 are OK. 3 and 5 not correct. The most common expression for this is as follows. I play computer games for one or two hours a day.

English
There's no such word as "hided." The principal parts for this verb are hide, hid, hidden, hiding. You can always find the principal parts of a verb at the beginning of its definition in a dictionary, as here -- http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hide They ...

English
Wow, you found a bunch of them! All are correctly written. The ones most commonly used are 1, 2, and 4, although 3 and 5 are correct, too. Another expression is "He is an alcoholic," although it's not always used accurately. Here are a few more: He is drunk. He ...

economics
Read through Related Questions below.

English
PsyDAG is right about the amounts of water. Try these: Drink more than three half-liter bottles of water a day. Drink more than two liters of water a day. The simpler you can make the phrasing, the easier it will be for others to understand.

English
And you think ... ? Posting things like this in which you expect others to do the reading you're supposed to have done is just nuts. Who has the time??

English
The only time you don't need a stated subject in English is when using the imperative (command) form. All other types of sentences need both subjects AND verbs. I've never heard of an impersonal verb, but certainly there are impersonal pronouns. Commands: Shut the door...

Maths
Is the question asking about the number of boys related to the total number of students in the whole class? 24/50 How will you deal with that?

@JJ -- banned for cheating
Asking for others to help you cheat is the same thing as giving away the answers.

Civics
Yes, B. The other three have more to do with dealings with other countries than with happenings inside the US.

Bio
Since Jiskha doesn't have a biology expert at this time, please try posting your question at this site. http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/ In addition, be sure to make really good use of Khan Academy! http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology Choose from the ...

English
Yes, 3 and 2 mean the same. 1 is stating a future act, while 2 includes volition. (1 is future simple case.)

English
Q1. #4 means #1. Q2. Yes Q3. No, 4 means 1. 2, 3, and 3-1 mean the same.

English
They both mean the same thing, but the first has the better construction: "bother" + an infinitive.

chemistry- morality
Ahhhhh, someone else posting from her phone and not checking what auto-correct does. Do you mean molarity? Or molality? You need to be more careful before you hit that submit button!

education
... and what does "at a young age" mean exactly??

This is called MATH
... not "womens college" Please follow the directions on the Post a New Question page: School Subject: _______ (Examples: math, science, algebra, geography)

English language
In 2, your identification of the IO is correct.

English language
1. The principal= I. D yes Mr. Brown= D. O no 2. Our neighbor = D. O no Us = I. D 3. The assistant =D. O no The plumber= I. D yes 4. They = D. O no Us =I. D yes 5. Our teacher = D. O no Sallay and me= I. D almost. Who is Sallay? 6. He = D. O no His mother =I. D yes 7. Everyone...

English language
Steve is right ... AND use this website to look up all the terms you need to learn about. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm

LA
I don't believe any tutors here have read that book.

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