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English
#3 would not be used. The other three sentences mean approximately the same thing.

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. 3 means the speaker does not believe he would lie, but it's a belief, not a fact.

English
#1 is said to be theoretical possibility because of the word "Anybody." No one in specific is named as the subject. #2 is present tense and means we are able to (but don't have to) go to the concert. #3 is more of a possibility, especially when we are trying to ...

English
What child? What drawing? What poem?

Chemistry
Wow! How weird is the impostor to use "wont" and "thru" and no capital letter at the beginning of the first sentence!! Complete give-aways!! <shaking my head>

history
https://www.google.com/search?q=naacp+strategies+1940s&oq=naacp+strategies+1940s&aqs=chrome..69i57.11115j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Let us know what you discover.

Math
Ana = Saba (around 5:15 am)

English
Both 1 and 2 are fine. 3 is fine if "Father" is referring to your own father. 4 is not fine, but would be if you wrote "the father" there. Then you'd be referring to someone else's father. 5 is fine if you're referring to someone by name or ...

Math
Saba = Ana (around 8:09-8:10 am)

Geography, life science, maths lit,history
https://www.google.co.za/#q=how+to+become+doctor+in+south+africa

Computer programming question
??

English
1 and 3 mean it is possible (and probably likely) it'll happen. 2 and 4 are complete possibility, not intending to indicate any actual occurrence.

English
Yes, both sentences are fine. #1 is probably used more often than #2, but I think it'd be a toss-up!

English
All the sentences are fine. You'd use #4 if you were answering a question about a group of boys that had already been pointed out to you and they are close to you. In #5, you could use "those boys" if answering a question about a group of boys that was farther ...

English
"I'm home," is a standard thing to say when one arrives home, whether from work or a long trip or whatever. It's similar to saying, "I'm here." You'd use "I'm at home" if someone asks, "Where are you now?"

English - Analysis of quotation
From this and his other writings, it seems as if he was quite religious. How will you interpret "Day of wrath" and "All the world to ashes turning"? http://www.bartleby.com/248/322.html https://books.google.com/books?id=4zVtAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA258&lpg=PA258&dq=...

hyperbole or hyperbola?
Damon could be right! One letter difference might not be noticed by an EFL student in South Africa.

math
Hyperbole in math?? https://www.google.com/search?q=what+is+10+billion+times+10+billion&oq=what+is+10+billion+times+10+billion&aqs=chrome..69i57j6.1636j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

math
How are these two (sentence and question) different? The probability that events A and B both occur is 8%. What is the probability that event B occurs given that event A occurs?

English
These could be right, depending on the context. Some of Ali's books ... None of Ali's books ... All of Ali's books ... But "any" would not work unless you're asking a question. And notice I used the possessive form -- Ali's -- instead of the ...

math
15600 + 2900 + 5 = ?? Solve it.

Fractions
+ means add, right? http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_addition.html

Mathematics - needs help
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1496234706

English
1, 2, 4 and 6 are incorrect. 3 and 5 are correct.

English
1 is not correct. 2-5 are all grammatically fine. 4 and 5 mean about the same thing. 2 and 3 mean different things.

English
1 and 2 are about the same. 3 is awkwardly phrased. 4 is fine.

history
Since there is only one poster being referred to here, I agree with one of your answers but not the other. What do you think?

history
The question above says "posters" (plural). Are there others?

history
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We_Can_Do_It! This one?

history
What posters?

Math - needs help
What does "gulf model" refer to?

english
You write it and someone here will check it for you.

@ All Cheaters
If you post the 4 or 5 questions you are most unsure of, along with your thinking and what you think the answers are, yes, someone will check your answers.

@ All Cheaters
We ban all cheaters here -- those who ask for all answers, as well as those who give all answers. =(

History
Given your question and Damon's two answers, I'd say the answer is "no."

English
All are OK. 1, 2, and 3 are the most commonly used. 4, 5, and 6 seem about the same, but are not usual.

Geography
Exactly where is "southwest asia"? http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/asnewnew.gif

Medical Billing and Coding
Yes, all are correct.

English
Not knowing what else is in your speech, I guess that's fine.

English
I don't think there's a specific antecedent for "it" in that expression. Its use is similar to the use of "it's" in the following: It's raining hard right now. It's really dark outside, isn't it? It's 99 degrees and humid outside...

literature or riddle?
I have no clue!! Author? Title?

English
To me, all of them mean he walked by or next to a stream. If you mean that he walked through it and got wet, then you'll need the preposition "through" there, not "by."

English
3 is incorrect. The word "in" in these sentences generally means "inside" while "at" could mean either "inside" or "near."

Washington state history
Read Related Questions below. Then let us know what YOU THINK the right answer is.

English
Yes, each pair means the same. He is skeptical of her ideas. She is understanding of their situation. (And there are others.)

english
If Reed is right and has guessed what you mean, then a complete sentence might be this: The price of another color print depends on the image's size.

world history
All that is your assignment. What don't you understand about this assignment?

Chemistry?
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@Anonymous
Please choose a distinctive screen name so we can discern when it's you replying as opposed to anyone else who calls him/herself "Anonymous." Please!!

Math
Yes, it would be excellent if the answerer "Anonymous" (the one who gave all those numbers) would choose a distinct screen name to identify him/herself so there's no confusion with the others who go by Anonymous.

English
I'm watching 9-week-old eaglets here while waiting for Fading to decide! http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles

English
Which one?

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

Civics
I agree.

Another cheater banned!
Unbelievable. We warn and warn, and still they try. =(

Washington state history
http://www.google.com/search?q=results+of+inflation&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=results+of+inflation&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.3788j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Language
Personification is when HUMAN characteristics, feelings, motions, etc., are used to describe non-human things. What do you think?

Language
Which do YOU think?

mATH HELP QUICKLY
You must indicate what YOU THINK the answer to that question is. No guessing! A math tutor will help you when one comes online.

Cheater -- mATH HELP QUICKLY
No. And if any other students supply answers, you'll all be banned.

Geography
Google is your friend!! http://www.google.com/search?q=location+longitude%2C+latitude+of+Pretonia&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=location+longitude%2C+latitude+of+Pretonia&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.1765j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

History
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 hitler (or whatever search terms you need). Press Enter. 3. Read different search results until you find what you need...

History
A simple Google search found these two: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/learn/story-of-england/georgians/daily-life/ http://www.bl.uk/georgian-britain If you need more, type your question into www.google.com.

Latin for Clique Member |-/
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1496248585

social studies
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social studies
Ms. Sue and Reed are absolutely correct. No one here will write your paper or any part of it for you. That's YOUR job. And it's due today?? What have you been doing since this was assigned? Clearly not researching and reading and taking notes and ... ¯\_(?)_/¯

History
As long as that last one reads states' rights, I think you're right.

History
Check out Related Questions below.

Math check my answer ??
What answer? I think that's what Steve means!!

Collocations: Adjective Repetition
Q1 is incorrect. The others are correct.

History
PS. If you haven't read any of Chinua Achebe's books, you should do so. The first one to read is Things Fall Apart. Then there are others, but not in an actual series. Achebe wrote fiction, but clearly based on reality. If the only one you read is the one named above, ...

History
That's your assignment. What's your question about your assignment?

English
1 and 2 mean the same thing, yes. 3 is more of a statement or command than a question. You'd be able to tell the difference by the way someone said the words. A question would be indicated if the person's voice went up at the end. A statement would not.

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.

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