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And why is M guessing? No doubt because he DIDN'T read the text OR the question very well. I wonder if M will read and understand what bobpursley posted. =(
Yes, some verbs can be both transitive and intransitive, depending on how they're used. Mostly, "volunteer" is an intransitive verb: She volunteers at the local homeless shelter. This Girl Scout troop volunteers at a nearby nursing home, mostly reading to the ...
Since the artist's name is Villemard, you MUST remember to use the capital letter for his name. 1. OK 2. OK, but strange (only one thing??) 3. OK 4. OK 5. OK, but sounds awkward with "are" -- 4 is better.
1. I don't understand what "drew" is supposed to mean in this sentence. Could it be any of these? He drove a long way in France. He lived a long way from a city in France. He made his living drawing and painting scenes all around France. He drove as far from ...
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/parallelism.htm Read this carefully and study the examples in the charts.
Are you clear on what parallelism is?
I used to use turnitin.com a great deal, and I think it's connected to http://www.plagiarism.org. Anyway, try out Plagiarism Checking at the left. I haven't used it lately, but I've heard teachers in my granddaughter's high school refer to it.
Sculpturing Earth's Surface
Prisila, be sure to look up the meaning of the word precipitation.
Any thesis statement needs to 1) state the main idea that your paper will focus on and 2) clearly state your own opinion about that topic. I'll write two for you. The original movie, The Thomas Crown Affair, released in 1968, is far better than the movie of the same title ...
You're welcome. Go get an A!
You have a good start. Put your ideas together in this order: 1. Intro, ending with your thesis statement 2. All about topic A ~~~2A. detail 1 ~~~2B. detail 2 ~~~2C. detail 3 3. All about topic B ~~~3A. detail 1 ~~~3B. detail 2 ~~~3C. detail 3 4. Concl. The number of details ...
Now you need to indicate what YOU THINK the correct choice is. No guessing. Depend on what you've read in your text and logical thinking.
In addition to your text, be sure to make good use of this website: https://tshaonline.org/education
TX HISTORY; HELP ASAP
In addition to your text, be sure to make good use of this website: https://tshaonline.org/education
I sure hope that first sentence had "Nutritionists" there -- the plural form, not the singular -- to agree with the plural form of the verb, "tell."
Of course, we know. That's why overt cheaters are banned and their posts deleted.
Physical Education help
http://www.empire-fitness-services.com/Fitness-Equipment-Articles/Plate-Loaded-vs-Selectorized-Gym-Equipment.htm Read very carefully.
Physical Education HELP
1. Go to www.google.com 2. Type in advantages of exercise bands 3. Press Enter. 4. Read lots.
ELA Grade 7
What is your thought about this? Or... you could go to www.google.com and enter the word!
No one's making fun. Just trying to give you the information you need to keep progressing!
PS -- "learn" means "memorize"!
From yesterday -- https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1512471691 It looks as if "cake" needs to learn the common symbols used in math and physics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_physics_notations http://jick.net/symbols/Math.html https://en.wikipedia....
I agree ... but then I haven't read the entire poem.
If you have read the book, this should not be difficult. What quotations have you thought about? Which of the items in the list do those quotations relate to?
5th grade LA
All are correct.
Basic Word and Excel
Yep! All of them!!
No, no one here will write it for you. Someone here will be happy to check over what you write if you post it here.
Of course, you should click on the link! And then you need to read the entire article so you know more than just the term. You need to know what the term means!!
Do you have an iPhone? Do you have a computer with Windows on it?
The answer is not there. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/majority See definition 3.a.
art repost and 4 is corrected
Star Wars... is now banned for posting an entire set of answers for a test. =(
Please pick ONE screenname and keep it. Playing games with screennames is not helpful, nor will it get you help any sooner!
I agree with Reed. The unfortunate thing is that, as Microsoft and other companies think they are improving things with each new version, they are really making everything more complex and difficult to use. The worst thing I've seen lately is "the ribbon" that MS...
I'm really stumped by what you're trying to say. Here's the dictionary meaning of the phrase: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/stand-on-your-hands-head So I'm trying to come up with possibilities for you. After singing a song, she held her ...
I still don't understand what you mean by "stood on her hand" or "stood on her hands." Circus performers and those doing gymnastics are two examples, but those don't fit what you're writing above. See these images: https://www.google.com/search?...
You're very welcome!
Yes, I agree.
1. I think there's a better answer. 2. I agree with you.
These? (I'm not finding anything called "Harlem II" -- sorry.) http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/imamu_amiri_baraka/poems/3315 https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46548/harlem https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/56591/your-world
Authors' names, please?
I don't see anything in the paragraph about meeting with local representatives. Did I miss something?
Bob Pursley is correct.
In A, the infinitive is "to play" and it's telling more about the board game. So this is not the one. In B, the infinitive is "to learn" and the infinitive phrase is "to learn the art of rhetoric" -- hmmmm! In C, there are two infinitives: &...
Please use only one name for your posts. Be sure to go back and indicate what you do or don't understand about each of the problems you posted. The math tutors can help you if you let them know.
I doubt anyone here has read those works. If there's a tutor who has, though, you'll need to be patient. In the meantime, you need to get busy and give it your best try. You're wasting time.
No, sorry, I haven't read that. Perhaps another tutor has.
What work is this from? Keep in mind that not all the tutors here have read what you've been assigned.
You're welcome. Be sure to ask your prof for clarification, especially after you have sketched out an outline before writing your first draft. At that point, most good profs are quite willing to help you out. They see you're serious!!
What an awful assignment!! I don't know how you'd write up something like that unless you just write up the four elements you named and write them up in that order. Make sure you look through some of those search results. None of them will have exactly what you need, ...
Also -- there may be some good info in here for you: https://www.google.com/search?q=How+to+write+language+analysis&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=How+to+write+language+analysis&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.6036j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
First of all, tell us what kinds of items you have. The child's conversation itself? Specific items or markers you were to look for and take note of? or what?
I'm not sure what you mean by this. I know of acrobats who stand on their hands in circus or other performances, but I don't know the expression "stand on her hands" at a concert. Please explain.
Be sure you read the first sentence in that first paragraph!
Did you google his name? Here's one article I found: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Locke#Political_theory
https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/search.html You should bookmark this website and use it along with your text. There are linked articles, as well as a good search engine.
Bookmark this website for use as you study Texas history: https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/search.html
Someone here will be happy to check what YOU THINK.
Read MANY of these search results, and take good notes. https://www.google.com/search?q=economic+impact+did+the+Crusades+have+on+medieval+Europe&oq=economic+impact+did+the+Crusades+have+on+medieval+Europe&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.675j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
No, sorry. Google the Virginia company
Yes, C. And yes, diseases mostly from Eorope to the Americas, which had been blessedly unknown up to the late 1400s.
Go to Google and type middle passage it should be very clear to you!
Not solely, but the spread of diseases was an inevitable result. Notice that the question is asking about triangular TRADE. Google trade triangle or triangular trade to be clear.
Yes, C. Make sure you know what the other two parts of that awful triangle were, too, so you get the full picture.
http://nfs.sparknotes.com/lear/ Go here and find the act and scene you need. The text of the play is in two columns: on the left is the original Shakespearean English; on the right is the conversion into modern-day English. It's much easier to read Shakespeare's plays ...
And your question is ... ?
https://www.google.com/search?q=marbury+v.+madison&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=marbury+v.+madison&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.1190j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Read lots and let us know what you decide.
English/Grammar Tutor Please !!!!!!!!!
Grammarly or a paid proofreader is what you need?
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Study Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases here.
Someone here will be happy to check what you think. First find the preposition; then identify the words that go with it.
Bree, Jann, and any Anonymous (no matter how its spelled!) are not recognized tutors here. The others are, though.
https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/eating-disorders/index.shtml Read about various eating disorders here. Check on all the linked articles at the bottom of this webpage. Take good notes.
Social Sciences-Social Anthropology
Only one "sapiens" is needed to describe humans!! http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-fossils/species/homo-sapiens
I agree with Reed that #2 is much better than #1. Both #3 and #4 work fine. I prefer #3, but they mean the same thing.
1. A few years later, she even founded an organization, Empower Orphans, which sends food, clothes, books, and many other things to orphans. 2. A few years later, she even founded an organization, Empower Orphans, and it sends food, clothes, books, and many other things to ...
https://www.grammarly.com/blog/verb-conjugation/ The charts here are very clear about the different verb forms in English. The auxiliary verbs "was" and "were" are used with present participles to form the continuous tenses; however, they are not used to ...
Because he's asking question, #2 is correct. You'll hear people use #1, but they're not quite accurate. None of the others are correct because of the extra comma in each. If you remove those commas, though, #s 4, 6, and 8 will be correct.
Thanks, Ms. Sue and Reed, for helping my granddaughter. We beat on this topic for a while, and then she decided to ask her question here! She started googling images of different flowers Reed mentioned, and I think she'll be fine with this assignment now. I hope I get to ...
All are correct, yes. The phrasing in 5 would be used in something very formal or perhaps in a poem. Be sure to put a period at the end of #3.
Call of the Wild was first published in 1903, well over the copyright time (usually 70 years or more), if it ever was copyrighted. The author of "Nethergrave," Gloria Skurzynski, is alive and well and still writing and publishing. You can bet your boots she is ...
You won't find this story online if it's under copyright. When was it first published?
You're welcome. You don't even really have to read it to know. Just look at the pattern of lines! https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45108/sonnet-130-my-mistress-eyes-are-nothing-like-the-sun 3 sets of 4 lines each (= 12 lines = 3 quatrains) 2 lines (couplet) set ...
You're welcome! I'm always happy when I see that someone recognizes the difference between a noun clause that starts with "that" and a relative clause that starts with "that"!! =)
1. yes 2. yes 3. yes 4. yes
Language Arts 6 A- Unit 3: Life Stories
15, yes 5, no idea 1, no
If you're just hunting for answers, with no thinking on your part, you are in the wrong place. You might find "answers" (=cheating) in these places: brainly.com answers.yahoo.com enotes.com
I have no clue. I'd have to research it all myself, but you can do that. Where are a,b,c,d, anyway?