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english
I'll give you the first two, and then YOU must give your best effort for the rest. Someone here will check your answers. ------------------ He was once a textile designer for a leading fashion house, but these days Andrew Ruffhead (0) turns seaside rubbish into art. Andrew...

Research Methodology and Program Evaluation
What kinds of "program evaluations" are you dealing with? Educational programs as they are put into place in schools? Or what? These questions are terribly broad, and thus don't make sense to too many people. I'd put false for both of them, simply because of ...

Math -- add your thoughts
This is on the Post a New Question webpage. You should have read it BEFORE you hit that Submit button! Be sure to follow ALL directions! 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 ...

English
You're welcome.

English
A and B are obviously wrong. https://www.eapoe.org/people/allanj.htm D is correct if you mean "dishonorably," but that doesn't have much to do with his letters. So C is probably the choice your text/test is looking for.

search engines
http://www.webopedia.com/sgsearch/results?cx=partner-pub-8768004398756183%3A6766915980&cof=FORID%3A10&ie=UTF-8&q=How+search+engines+work Read up on how search engines work. Let us know what you think.

english
Have you read what you just posted? Only you can answer these questions!!

Science
See your other post.

Science
Anonymous/Friday ~ You need to learn to use Google. 1. Go to http://www.google.com 2. Type in define: matter 3. Press Enter or Search. 4. Read lots Use other search words for whatever else you need to learn about.

Maths
Tatyana needs to type with correct capitalization, spelling, and punctuation, as Steve's are. If not, her posts will be removed.

English
As an adjective -- Write a sentence in which "beneath the basement" is used to describe SOMETHING. As an adverb -- Write a sentence in which "beneath the basement" is used right after the sentence's main verb, telling where that action is taking place.

English
Since all the others don't make sense, I agree with you on B.

english
You're welcome!

english
I agree with you on B.

english
1. What is the meter in this poem? 2. What additional meaning is provided by this meter?

math
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1499180966

Biology
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 ...

Urdu
https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/passive-voice.htm Study about active and passive verbs here. active -- Does he beat the dog? passive -- Was the dog beaten by him? No one here knows Urdu, though, so be sure you ask questions here in English.

Physics
Google is your friend! https://www.google.com/search?q=the+physical+sciences&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=the+physical+sciences&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.4537j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Let us know what you decide.

Homework dump!
Holy smoke! By the looks of things, Joe/Johnny/Josh/John needs to stop now and re-take this entire course from the beginning. Thirteen posts -- and not a single thought of your own?? =(

English
I agree with you about "George Gray." If you're going to choose among the other three for the "cherish emotion" example, make sure you read all of them -- OUT LOUD to someone! -- and then decide.

History
See the link I gave you on your earlier post. Also ... you need to learn to use www.google.com in the same ways I did earlier. Go to www.google.com Type in or copy/paste the major part of each question.* Hit the Enter or Search key. Read, read, read. *Try these: define: media ...

History/Economics
Are you posting from your phone? Is that why the answer choices are all jammed together? Put them in a list so each answer choice is by itself. Then let us know which one you think is correct.

History/Economics
https://www.google.com/search?q=lbj+television+address+on+March+31%2C+1968&oq=lbj+television+address+on+March+31%2C+1968&aqs=chrome..69i57.5238j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Economics
https://www.google.com/search?q=%22to+influence+government%22&oq=%22to+influence+government%22&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.6209j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 https://www.google.com/search?q=why+should+citizens+participate+in+government&oq=why+citizens+should+particip&aqs=chrome.1....

English
I don't know of any individual website that does that, but here are some that I've used in the past for different things: http://eslcafe.com/ The table of contents is down the left side, as well as across the top. If you click on Stuff for Students, you'll find ...

biological science
See Related Questions below.

English
All are fine.

English
Only #1 is correct.

English
Yes, you can use all 3 phrasings. 1 and 3 are best, but all are correct.

@ Sarah - econ
Some people just don't read and/or comprehend. What a sad statement about someone so young and supposedly working on an education. =(

History
You, too!!

History
https://www.google.com/search?q=plessy+v+ferguson&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=plessy&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j0l2j69i61j0.3987j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 and https://www.google.com/search?q=brown+vs+board+of+education&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=brown+v&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j0l4....

Math
See Related Questions below.

Physics
See Related Questions below.

chemistry
annapurna/ambika - To make sure you are clear on the meanings of every single word in any sentence (no matter what course you're studying), go to http://www.google.co.in and look them up. Every single word, if necessary! constant https://www.google.co.in/#q=define:+constant

Responsibilities
Please read and proofread what you posted. This makes no sense. Where? When? Whose responsibility? Who are "us"? "perfected"? "harm and danger"?

English
Both are grammatically correct, but, yes, #1 is most commonly used. I don't know why -- just common idiomatic use for which there's no explanation! =)

Physics
https://www.google.com/search?q=laws+of+motion&oq=laws+of+motion&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.2809j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and take good notes. Remember to use https://www.google.com or https://www.google.co.in/ to look these kinds of things up.

Biology
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 ...

Simple Science
Did you search Google for the definition?

English
1 and 2 now make good sense. Nice! And yes, either preposition works. 4 and 5 are very similar: "could have" and "might have" mean approximately the same thing. The answer in 3 doesn't make sense to me for that question.

English
Yes.

English
3, 4, 5, and 6 are all correct and usable, yes. I don't understand 1 or 2.

English
1. OK 2. This sentence means "I ought to have finished ... , but I didn't." 3. This sentence is making an excuse to explain why he/she didn't finish the book by Friday. 4. This sentence is stating that he/she will be finished reading the book by Friday.

English
#s 1 - 5 are all possibilities or guesses, yes. I don't think #7 is correct, nor do I think it can be fixed. It just doesn't make much sense. #6 will make sense if you give it context: He will have bought the bike by this time next week.

English grammar
It could be either a or b. What is the context? a) is stating a fact, telling when they will be back. b) is giving a possibility, depending on what happened to keep them from returning by 7 pm.

English
1. No 2. Yes 3. No 4. Yes 5. Yes (British-English) 6. Yes (American-English)

history
1. Go to http://www.google.com or http://www.bing.com 2. Type in bloodline of most winning fighting chicken in world (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need. 4. Re-search with different search terms if you...

English
I wouldn't use #3, but all the rest are fine. 2-2 means the same thing as 4-2. 3 is more of a British-English way to express this thought. In American-English, I'd use "could" instead of "should."

English
Yes, sometimes use 'by.' All except 2 are correct, and 2 would definitely be understood, with or without 'by.'

Chemistry
Wow! Twenty minutes between posting the same problem. You need to develop patience, as instructed on the Post a New Question page: Homework Posting Tips ... Please be patient. All tutors are volunteers, and sometimes a tutor is not immediately available. Please be patient ...

Stop now!
You're answer grazing ... not telling any of the math tutors what YOU THINK about any of these. Go back and include YOUR THOUGHTS. Don't post more until you do that.

English
Yes, in polite settings, you'd say "Professor" even though it's written as an abbreviation. Some might say "prof" (short o-sound) in casual settings, but not where the professor is!

English
Q1 -- Yes, #4 is incorrect. You could use it in the negative (It can't have been Chris ... ) but not in the positive. Q2 -- These don't mean the same thing. It would have been Chris if he had been called. This is not guessing; this is stating that Chris definitely ...

English
You're welcome!

English
2 is FAR better than 1, for sure!! Please use 2 and not 1!!

Economics - needs help
Re-posting the same question umpteen times will not help you. In addition, if you had put something more appropriate to your question in the Subject line -- such as economics -- a tutor who knows that subject would know to look.

English Writing
=)

English Writing
You're welcome.

English Writing
If you use what you included above as your thesis statement, try phrasing it like this: Many people really like the song "Every Rose has its Thorn" because the literal and figurative meanings are very close. Then of course, you'll need to explain how you arrived ...

English Writing
You're right that you don't always need a 3-point idea in your thesis statement. You can do so if you really want to emphasize those, which should be explained in that order in the following paragraphs of the paper ... but you don't have to! See if you can focus ...

English Writing
Did you read and reread that webpage I gave you? If you have read it thoroughly and understand the difference in each of the 6 sets of examples between the non-thesis and the thesis statements, then you'll have a better idea what to write. What do you want to prove to ...

English Writing
Be sure to read all the examples here: https://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html Read each explanation, each non-thesis, and each thesis -- to understand what a thesis statement is intended to accomplish in a paper. Then put into one sentence your topic AND ...

English
Also ... be sure to read all the examples here: https://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html Read each explanation, each non-thesis, and each thesis -- to understand what a thesis statement is intended to accomplish in a paper.

English
The best place to start looking for the histories of words is http://www.etymonline.com Here's "family" -- http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=family Before you can come up with a thesis statement, you need to understand what your topic ...

English
1 and 3 are fine. They don't mean the same thing, but they are written well. 2 makes no sense because "will have been" is future perfect, but then "yesterday" throws the meaning into past tense.

English
1 and 2 mean approximately the same thing. 3 means "you" went to the hospital and got the doctor, and then the doctor came back (home?) with you.

English
The reference "the school," as I wrote at least once before, refers to a particular building or group of buildings that houses a school. Do not use #2. There's not much difference between 3 and 4, though. Using "class" could mean any class, while "...

English
The first is not used at all. Correct would be this -- You should have come earlier. The second is OK.

Writing
And it's very clear, you have used some filthy words in there. I hope you don't ever turn this in for a grade!!

forensic
https://www.google.com/search?q=RFLP&oq=RFLP&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.921j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots, and let us know if you change your mind.

English
2 is correct because the two verbs' actions don't take place at the same time. The pots were broken before the master came home; therefore, 2 is correct. 3 is correct because the two verbs' actions don't take place at the same time. The pizza was eaten before &...

English
Yes, 1 and 4 mean about the same thing. And all these sentences are about possibilities, not facts.

English
2 and 4 are used most commonly. 1 is possible, but not often. 3 is not used.

Please stop!
You've been posting problems without a single thought of your own, not even indicating what you have tried and what YOUR question about each problem is. Please follow the instructions on the Post a New Question page, including this: Homework Posting Tips Please show your ...

Sociology Research Methods
Ms. Sue's is the best question of all: Why are you taking this class? Posting all these assignments without a single thought of your own indicates to me that either you haven't bothered to read and study your text or you don't understand any of this. Please read ...

math - ??
What do "croe" and "lac" mean? A math tutor will need to know.

English
Steve is right. #8 is not ungrammatical, but having a present tense auxiliary verb is very strange. This would not be used very often, if at all.

English
When you write or say "the school," you are referring to a particular building or group of buildings. Steve is right; it does not mean the same as 2, and would not be used. You are right about 2.

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing. 2 has unneeded words in it. The prepositional phrase "to school" is telling WHERE, modifying "come." 3 and 4 are the same as 1 and 2. 5 wouldn't be used. 6 is fine.

English
1 and 2 mean about the same thing. 3 is fine if you remove the parentheses. This sentence gives details about what Julie did after she didn't buy the book. The other two don't. 4 and 5 mean about the same thing, but 5 is the better phrasing.

English
Both seem fine. They aren't identical, of course, but it's hard to explain without knowing what "it" is.

English
1 and 2 are the same. 1 and 6 can be the same, too. "Take" means moving it away from you. "Bring" means moving it toward you. 4 means something else entirely! http://www.dictionary.com/browse/understand

English
1 means 3. 2 also happens, unfortunately, but that's not what 1 means.

English
Q1 -- Yes, "have" means either one of those verbs. Q2 -- "Get" could mean buy or perhaps adopt (as from a rescue shelter for animals). It could also mean take, if it's a pet store employee who wants us to buy at least one!

English
All of them work, but #1 is best. #2 implies that he has other clothing at school in addition to his uniform. #3 is a bit awkward, but the meaning comes through.

English
Yes, 2 is one answer to 1. 3 also works fine, but 4 sounds more like a command. No child should use this when speaking to his parent! Maybe these: May I have ten more minutes, please? Can I have ten more minutes, please? Could I have ten more minutes, please?

English
Did you read and study the link Ms. Sue gave you? Even if you did, read it again ... and then rethink your last answer.

creative expression and play
That original statement and the four answer choices are heavily dependent on your text. What does "active play experiences" mean? You should know that because your text should define it. Children of what age? A 6 year-old is very different from a 10 year-old, for ...

english II
Study about participles and gerunds here: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm When you have figured this out, let us know.

economics
Read lots and take good notes. And please note -- no apostrophe is needed for normal plural verb forms -- "methods" without apostrophe. https://www.google.com/search?q=methods+of+government+involvement+in+an+economy&oq=methods+of+government+involvement+in+an+economy&...

civics
Use this search engine, and choose the language you want it to use: http://www.google.co.in/

English
Yes, "sure" and "certain" mean the same thing here. In these sentences, "that" is a subordinating conjunction, I think. Another tutor may correct me! http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#subordinating_conjunctions and http://...

English
2 and 4 are incorrect. The word "to" is not needed. The others are fine. The word "there" is an adverb, telling where.

English
All three mean the same thing. I can't believe he cleaned his room already. I'd be surprised if he cleaned his room by now.

6th
No, "a" is an article, not a verb at all. Read carefully: https://www.englishgrammar101.com/module-3/verbs/lesson-3/linking-verbs

English
1 is fine -- and it's expressing a past possibility. 2 doesn't make sense because "yesterday" indicates the past, but the inference is in the future. 3 is a fact. It's done! 4 and 5 are possibilities, one present and one past. 6 and 7 are negative ...

Subject?
What is your SUBJECT? (not your school) School Subject: _______ (Examples: math, science, algebra, geography)

A repeat!
Why did you post this again? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1497960004 If you continue this repetitive behavior, you'll get yourself banned from using this website.

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