Posts by Writeacher

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English
Read lots. https://www.google.com/search?q=noblewomen+in+the+feudal+system&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=noblewomen+in+f&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j69i61j0l4.10248j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

English
Figure out WHO is supposed to be doing this collaborating. Make those people the subject of the active sentence. Change the verb and some other words to fit the revised thought. Let us know what you come up with.

English
All are grammatically correct and generally in use, depending on the context. And yes, in 2 it’s referring to a specific apple.

LA
If you’ve read the book, you’ll know which of the choices is not true.

English
All are fine, but 2 and 4 seem smoother to me.

English
Kat is right. Both forms of the comparative are fine.

US Government 11th
There's a better choice.

English
The word "guy" is a bit more casual than "man." They mean about the same thing -- although I guess "guy" could sometimes mean a teenage boy, not a grown man!

English
I'd use 3, not 1. 4 and 5 have different meanings from the others.

English
3, 4, and 5 are fine. 1 and 2 are not incorrect, but the word "got" really isn't needed. Forms of the verb "to have" do the job just fine!

English
1-3 are fine, but 4 and 5 aren't. Yes, #1 comes from #6.

English
1 - 6 are all fine. 7 and 8 would be fine if you use "fewer" instead of "less" -- "book" is a count-noun, so "less" is incorrect. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/noncount.htm

Language
Nothing. I've never read it. Have you read it?

English
1, 2, 3, and 4 are commonly used, and maybe 6. 5 is not used. It's too repetitive.

English
Those are too wordy/repetitive. Here's the best way to say this: She can run as fast as he can.

English
1 is incorrect. 2 and 3 are the most often used. 4 is correct, but wordy and not used much.

SPANISH
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1507755466

SPANISH
Concentrate on "soy" <~~what is the literal English translation for that verb?

English
I'll get you started; then you finish and post what you write if you want it checked. Her daughter, who is frightened by clowns, is not ...

religion
What is "the JVC"?

English
Probably ‘more buoyant’ would work here.

english
You can use ‘should’ or not. Either way works.

BCom
Of those 4 choices, which one is directly related to this? ~~> "employees, products, or services cause property damage or bodily injury"

English
If you have a debate assignment and have been assigned to take this side of a question, read through everything you can in these search results to figure out what you need to learn and how to prepare: https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+prepare+for+debate&rlz=...

Texas History
LOL, Bob!!

history
Go to Google and enter each title or just the character's name. You'll quickly figure it out.

7th grade PE help
Please choose ONE screen name and stick with it. Switching screen names all the time is pointless.

7th grade PE help
Both are correct.

Language Arts 7a Unit 2 different perspectives
I have no clue, but you should if you have read the assigned reading selections.

Language Arts 7a Unit 2 different perspectives
Make sure you are NOT asking someone to post all the answers to this unit quiz or whatever it is. That's considered cheating here, and both of you would be banned.

Language Arts 7a Unit 2 different perspectives
"Discuss" means you need to write at least a paragraph stating and explaining what you think about the topic. You write it and someone here will critique it for you, if you wish.

social studies
I agree.

English
This also applies -- http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#correlative_conjunctions -- since there is the "...as...as..." combination going on in those sentences.

English
#1 is grammatically incorrect. The word "as" here is a subordinating conjunction, and there are a few missing (but understood) words here. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/conjunctions.htm#subordinating_conjunctions #3 is the entire correct sentence. You can ...

Health and PE
Yes, you're right. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs All are important, but the idea is that without physiological needs being met, there cannot be safety. And without safety needs being met, there cannot be love and belonging. Etc. This is the ...

social studies
1 is correct. 2 is incorrect. 3 is partly correct, partly debatable. Check your text. And yes ... you don't want to be banned!

English
6. No, not either one. 7. “have a talk” — yes; “take” — no 8. “have a chat” — yes; “take” — no

English
I don’t think those two verbs are interchangeable all the time, but they both work fine in 1-5 here. I wouldn’t use either expression in 6.

English
I wouldn’t use 2 or 3. 1 is fine. You could also say any of these: Turn your paper ... Put your paper ...

English
1 and 4 are correct. 2 and 3 are not.

English
Yes.

A - G requirements
If you have Biology, Chemistry, and Physics by the time you graduate -- and with high grades -- won't that do it? Talk to your school counselor to be sure.

Geography
Go to http://www.google.com and type in Amazon Basin ecologically important Then read, read, read, and take good notes.

English
What do you want to say about education? The topic sentence of a paragraph is the main idea. The rest of the sentences include you reasons why you think the topic sentence is true and your interpretations of each reason. https://awc.ashford.edu/PDFHandouts%5CHow%20to%20Write%...

English
I really don’t know. In the US, when I see two-part names, both parts are usually capitalized. The only times I see lower case are in some Spanish names. Here are a few examples: Van Buren Di Carlo Le Carre But ~~> de la Fuente

English
Capitalizing the “V” is standard in English, yes. All are okay as long as you put question marks at the end of 3 and 4.

APA formatting
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ In APA formatting (MLA, too), book titles are italicized or underlined. It looks to me that your sentence would include only the book's title, but the all the book's information would be included in your reference ...

english
Yes, A.

english
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/index2.htm Study the correct uses of the colon, semicolon, dashes, and commas here. Then let us know what you decide.

english
Yes, a.

english
Yes, it's A. Be sure to find the other post with this set of sentences in it. You'll find a link there that you should bookmark for future reference -- for grammar, usage, punctuation, etc.

english
No, not c.

History
None, apparently.

History
It's better if you don't use the word "impact" as you phrase this question, especially for any kind of search. "Effects" or "results" are far better, more accurate terms. https://www.google.com/search?q=long+term+effects+of+renaissance+art...

English
I usually use "print shop."

English
Yes, they are all pretty much the same in meaning.

Math
See Similar Questions below.

Social studies
I think you need to go back and re-read your text.

Math
Please understand that just handing out answers to other students is a form of cheating. If you include explanation, but not THE answer, that's teaching or tutoring. Be careful.

spanish
You write it and someone here will critique it for you.

Math
"Helping ppl out" needs to -- 1. pick ONE name and keep it. 2. stop posting answers without explanation. 3. stop posting explanations with errors. =(

Math
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Math
Go to http://www.google.com, type in february 2020 calendar, and press the Enter key. Fastest, easiest, and best way to find out in today's world!!

english
Yes, D.

History
If the numbers are at the END of the sentences in question, then I would say 2 is false. Learning Latin, Greek, math, etc., was all very much in the form of rote learning during the Renaissance. I think Bob Pursley was referring to sentence 3, and I agree with him on that.

Math
Samuel/Mayyy/math/Does this work ~ Be sure you pick ONE screen name and stick with it. Posting under different names won't get you help any faster!

Educational Technology
You're welcome!

Educational Technology
Right.

Educational Technology
And you think it's ... ?

Geography
I'm not sure, either. I'm finding conflicting information among those search results. You must go with what you have read in your text, though. It's the final word!

Geography
Read your text and/or several of these search results and let us know which YOU THINK is the correct answer. https://www.google.com/search?q=green+revolution+agriculture+brazil+results&oq=green+revolution+agriculture+brazil+results&aqs=chrome..69i57.6372j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie...

Geography
What region? When?

world history
Since you continued to post question after question without any thoughts of your own, I've put you in a time-out. When I take you out of time-out, please go back and indicate what YOU THINK about each question you have posted. THEN someone can help you.

Stop now!!
Posting umpteen questions without a thought of your own is useless. Please go back and indicate what YOU THINK about each one.

world history
I don't know what your choices are, but between your text and the following search results, you should be able to figure it out. https://www.google.com/search?q=what+was+taught+in+aztec+schools&oq=what+was+taught+in+aztec+schools&aqs=chrome..69i57.6323j0j7&sourceid=chrome&...

English
If you mean "louder" than usual, I'll make changes below in bold: 1. Will you make your voice louder than usual, please? 2. I want you to make your voice loud so that the others can hear you clearly. 3. Can you make your voice loud and clear? 4. Please read the ...

World History
What kind of help do you need with your assignment?

English
When referring to one's voice, soft means very quiet. A loud voice, of course, can be heard for a long distance. A high voice means it sounds like a child's or a woman who is singing high notes on the musical scale. 1 is fine. 2 and 3 don't mean the same as 1. 5 ...

English
1 and 2 are fine, but 3 is not.

English and Arts
You’ll need some reasoning to back up your opinion. And your opinion needs to be solid, not “kind of.” If you believe what you wrote, then you need to be able 1) to name the other creative people in the crew of a film who contribute and 2) to explain what each ...

English and Arts
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1507742411 Please expand on what you wrote here. Then include your opinion and reasoning.

English and Arts
You'll have to do better! I've never heard of the "auteur theory"! Please define this. Then please remember to post YOUR opinion. That's undoubtedly what your teacher wants, not mine!

History
Since there are major errors in the statements that make up c and d, I'd go with a and b, too!

Introduction to Graphic Design
“Connecting ideas” is not saying much. Everyone does that, whether being creative or not. Which of those other three would be CREATIVE, as the question asks?

Introduction to Graphic Design
Possibly. I'd choose a different answer, though.

History
I agree.

Art
And you didn't ask? Go to www.google.com and enter roman polanski "the pianist" and hit the Enter key. Read lots and then see if you can answer your own question.

History: Research
http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html This webpage has magnificent directions for how to conduct effective searches. Scroll down to the blue section called "How to Google" and read the different ways to search for what you...

English
I don't see much difference between "on water" and "on the water" -- unless (in 3 and 4) you're referring to a particular body of water, such as a lake or a bathtub.

Texas History
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1507729187

English
1 and 2 are close, but not identical. I think you should use either "the" or "a" with both nouns. 3 and 5 mean about the same thing. 4 seems to be referring to a particular child. 6, 7, and 8 all are fine, but they don't necessarily mean the same thing...

Texas History
You're welcome.

Texas History
It sounds as if he worked for the independence of Mexico from Spain. Read lots and find out what he did to bring about independence from Spain. https://www.google.com/search?q=Jose+Gutierrez+de+Lara&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS705US707&oq=Jose+Gutierrez+de+Lara&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61j0l4...

SOCIAL STUDIES HELP!!!!
What does your text say? What do YOU THINK?

English
You're welcome.

English
All are correct except for the last one. H has no verb.

English
1 and 7 are close in meaning. 5 seems to mean that one will float, but two or more won't. It's unclear though. 2 and 8 are close. 6 seems to mean that one will float, but more than one won't. 3 and 9 are close although 3 refers to banana peels in general, and 9 ...

Eonomics
Read lots and take good notes. https://www.google.com/search?q=main+theories+in+communist+manifesto&oq=main+theories+in+communist+manifesto&aqs=chrome..69i57.11172j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

English 12 questions? (On Beowolf)
http://www.mcgoodwin.net/pages/beowulf.html Good summaries. http://lone-star.net/literature/beowulf/ Translated text. I hope these help. It's been way too long since I read this to be of specific help. Keep in mind, though, that there was not much about Grendel or Grendel...

Spanish
You're welcome.

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