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grammer
You’re welcome!

grammAR
Action verb Active verb Present perfect tense 3rd person plural What type are you looking for?

Lang Arts
I’d choose A and C. What do you think? Is this discussed in your text?

English
Are you given choices? Or are you supposed to insert whatever makes sense?

Social Studies
And you think ... ?

History
And now MRG is banned for cheating -- giving ALL the answers to this particular test. Some people never learn. =(

History
And you think it's ... ? https://www.google.com/search?q=the+fall+of+charleston&oq=the+fall+of+charles&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i61j69i57j0l3.4414j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 If you don't find what you need, change the search terms.

English
No one will write it for you, but here are some directions for organizing this type of paper. https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1484596128

American Government
You're welcome!

American Government
I disagree. Do we put quotation marks around United States Constitution or Declaration of Independence every time we write those titles?

American Government
I don’t believe historical documents like this need to be italicized or underlined. Just make sure you have the capital letters in the right places, and you’ll be fine.

Algebra
It's not possible for tutors on Jiskha to help you with graphing more than Scott has already done. You should learn to make good use of https://www.khanacademy.org/ Click on the subject and/or topic you need across the top of the webpage or use the Search feature. I ...

Spanish
Have you read your text? Have you googled ‘education in Columbia’? There’s no reason to guess or wonder.

English
Yes, biennial means every two years. Semi-annual means twice a year.

English
Prizes were awarded to the winners. Since the prizes did not do the awarding, this is in passive voice. If it were in active voice, the people or person who awarded the prizes would be the subject of the sentence. Study this: https://www.englishclub.com/grammar/passive-voice.htm

Math? Science?
Please clarify.

History
Look him up here and let us know what you think: http://www.biography.com

computer science
Why do you keep posting these same things? You need to be patient until a tutor comes online who can help with programming. Stop with the multiple posts, please.

Art (please answer fast! :) )
If you mean "kings" then you're correct.

Language arts
What is it about hurricanes that you want to know? Specific searches will get you better info. Try these search terms: Hurricane vs typhoon Define: tropical cyclone Katrina and sandy hurricanes Hurricanes Ike and Harvey

english
You could use “sure” or “surely” instead of “certainly.” Any of those 3 will work.

english
It reads fine, but it's a bit wordy. Maybe this? If Miriam Middle School students weren't excited about the gravity project, they certainly were on Friday afternoon.

P E and Sports
Go to www.google.com Type in your question. Press the Enter key. Read, read, read, and take good notes.

English
... about all four terms ...

English
Avoid using the slang term “the good guy” when your directions clearly want you to deal with the protagonist(s). Hamlet is definitely not the villain; Claudius is. Do you understand why? Look up the words hero, villain, protagonist, and antagonist at http://www....

Verbal -- ??
Your instructions and your attempts are ... ? Keep in mind that no one here will do your work for you.

Verbal -- ??
What are you supposed to do with these?

Homework dump - stop now
Maxxy/Moyin/Franklin/UEW Please go back and add what you do or don't know about each of the many questions you've posted. Let the science tutors know what you DO and DON'T know about each one. And please use the same name for all your questions.

english
Here's another really good website for English, including grammar, reading, writing ... https://www.englishclub.com/ Just click on the topic you need in the row across the top. Make sure you bookmark these websites so you can find them again!

english
You're welcome. =)

english
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm This is a really good website to help you learn about parts of speech, sentences, etc. Click on the word Adjective to read and study about them.

EPI -- Economics?
Please clarify your question.

English
https://www.powa.org/ Click on Convince to get instructions for writing an argumentative essay. The contents, however, are up to you.

off-topic question for tutors
Bravo, Bob. Very well stated!

@Anionymous
You posted an entire test and all the answers, which is one of the kinds of posts Jiskha's owner is regularly contacted to remove. Please post only the 4 or 5 questions you are least sure of, plus their answer choices and your selection. Then someone here will check your ...

English
I take it you mean in a glass of water, right? I think "floating" is probably the most accurate verb here, but all three verbs are correct. You can use "upwards" rather than "up" if you wish, but it's not necessary.

Calculus
Please go back to each of your posts and let the tutors know what you do and don't understand about each one. To expect someone here to do all your work for you is unrealistic!

Cheater banned
Leon, the cheater, has been banned. Thanks for the alert, Reiny.

Science Help Please
I don't think any of our science tutors are online right now. Hang on to your patience!

English
1 and 2 mean about the same, but 2 is phrased more smoothly, with the prep phrase AFTER the verb it’s modifying. The others are all grammatically correct, but be sure to correct the spelling error in 5.

LA
You'll need to go back into your text or whatever your teacher gave you to study from and make sure you know what the steps are in this: the multi-draft reading process None of us have read your text.

ELA
One of the biggest mistakes students make in writing an assignment like this is when they don't address EVERY part of the assignment. You must get in the habit of taking each assignment apart, as I did above, to make sure you don't skip anything. Also, you're the ...

ELA
1. In a paragraph, explain how "Ribbons" illustrates the idea that differences between cultures can lead to misunderstandings and conflict. -- Have you read this work? Be sure you go back and read it or parts of it again as you get into your writing. Consider these ...

ELA
That’s YOUR assignment. No one will write it for you. Do you have questions about this?

ELA
I still disagree. Remember ~~> complete sentences! You've posted two wrong answers each, though, so there are only two left for each. Please think and choose carefully, but don't post about this again.

ELA
I disagree with both. You want the choice for each to include the basic parts of the sentence, but omitting extra information. And your choices need to read like a complete sentence. Think carefully; read them aloud, more than once. Then decide.

ELA
You're welcome.

ELA
Yes, A is correct. The other three are stating facts.

ELA
Conditional = it's possible, but not a fact (yet). Please re-think.

ELA
You're welcome!

ELA
Right!

ELA
Study the linked page I gave you in your first post. Then let us know what you decide.

ELA
You're very welcome!

ELA
Right!!

ELA
No, A is in imperative mood. Study this: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/verbs.htm#mood Then let us know what you decide. No guessing!

english
I cannot, sorry. But you might try one of these: https://www.google.com/search?q=urdu-english+dictionary&oq=urdu-engli&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57j0l4.4376j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

english
https://www.onelook.com/?w=in&ls=a and https://www.onelook.com/?w=into&ls=a

English
Yes, all the sentences are fine. =)

English
Yes, in these sentences "in" and "into" are interchangeable. =)

geography
See your other post. Tell us what YOU THINK and someone here will check your thinking and writing for you.

geography
This is a map: https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9681007,-75.3056636,17z This is a satellite photo of the same place in Pennsylvania: https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9681007,-75.3056636,703m/data=!3m1!1e3

English
1 and 3 are correct as they are. 2 will be correct (and make sense) if you add "a" before "pizza" in the first sentence. Then there's one pizza for the second sentence to refer to!

english(prepositions)
http://www.talkenglish.com/vocabulary/top-50-prepositions.aspx Try out several of these until you decide which one makes sense in each sentence. If you find that more than one makes sense, then choose the one that helps produce the best meaning.

English
All are fine, but 2 and 4 are best.

Economics
No one will do your assignment for you, but if you post what YOU THINK, someone may be able to check your work.

english
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/gerundphrase.htm Read this whole page very carefully. Then decide.

Science disscussion
You still never answered my questions!! What form of pollution, if any, does each energy source cause "each energy source" = ? Are there some in a list somewhere that you are to write about? How does the economy influence energy source choices And you think...

Science disscussion
Please read what you posted. Then decide how to include what you left out. THEN post what YOU THINK, and someone here may critique your answers for you.

Science
https://www.google.com/search?q=42.1+lbs+in+kgs&oq=42.1+lbs&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0l5.12259j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

English
I would change the verbs: ... list the preparation materials ... ... describe the testing process and include pictures ... ... describe the experiment procedure and include pictures ...

English
1. Can you sink an orange? 2. Can you sink one orange? 3. Can you sink any orange? [If we read 'an' as a strong form, which we can find in the dictionary, does 'an orange' mean 'one orange'?] Yes, "an" means "one" in these sentences.

Connections acadamy
And if you don't want to actually be SEEN while you're on your computer, make sure you cover up that little camera lens on your monitor!!!

English
Either is fine.

English
I don't know what "Amazing Dancer" is! It sounds as though it's a movie or play, though, or maybe a TV program. When I googled "Amazing Dancer," this is what I got!! https://www.google.com/search?q=%22amazing+dancer%22&oq=%22amazing+dancer%22&aqs=...

English
Titles of poems, songs, and magazine articles should be in quotation marks. Titles of books, plays, movies, artwork, and other major works should be in italics or underlined. However, these days I’ve noticed people using quotation marks because they can't use italics ...

READING
Which words in that sentence are the adjectives?

Language Arts
B and C both make sense to me, but then you've read the biography, right?

History 5th Grade
https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Sovereign+nation Does the Comanche Nation meet this description? If so, then you have your answer, right? =)

France
See your other post or type your question into http://www.google.com

France
https://www.google.com/search?q=When+did+France+grant+independence+to+Syria%3F&oq=When+did+France+grant+independence+to+Syria%3F&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i61.720j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

English
I'd use "on" in both instances. (sentences 2 and 4)

Lanaguage Arts 8th
You're welcome. One of the best things you can do for yourself when facing questions and answer choices like these is to make sure you have NO QUESTION about any word's meaning. =)

Lanaguage Arts 8th
Make sure you're 100% sure of each answer choice's meaning. Then decide if you're sticking with B or not. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/emotion https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reason https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/repetition ...

English
Not "of our school" -- please use "at" or "in" our school. 1. He is the student at our school. 2. He is the only student at our school. [Does #1 mean #2? Does #1 mean that there is only one student in our school?] Yes 3. They are some of the ...

English
The best of these sentences are here: 1-2 2 2-2 (acceptable, but not great) 2-4 3 4 4-2 4-3 5 5-2 6

English
1, 3, and 4 are fine. 2 is not.

English
Be sure to correct the word "family" in each sentence. Yes, 1 means 3; it also means the same as 4. Yes, I see the differences in tenses, but 3 and 4 still mean the same thing. Sentence 4 is just a bit more casual, though. Using "one" instead of "it&...

English
No problem at all. Each of them reads really well. =)

English
I wouldn't take it that way. It takes multiple straws to make a pipe, and it's the whole pipe that makes the sound(s). That's why I take "it" to refer to the whole pipe, not each straw individually.

History
Damon is saying that science and the study of the sciences involves questioning -- lots of questioning.

English
With or without "as," sentence 4 is fine. With or without "the" is OK, too.

History
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1508850814

Home Economic
We can't draw things on this website. That's YOUR assignment to do on paper. You might get some ideas here: https://www.google.com/search?q=print+calico+patch&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjov7_btJbXAhVn2oMKHb-8BGsQ_AUIDCgD&biw=1600&bih=769

Home Economics
1. Go here ~~> https://www.google.co.za/ 2. Type in careers in home economics 3. Press the Enter key. 4. Read, read, read and take notes. AND Talk to your school counselor.

English
First you need to ask yourself WHO did the seeing. Once you figure that out, you'll be ready to revise this sentence.

history
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1509211174#1509211174.1509213188 Did you read this that Reed posted for you? He's absolutely correct. After the attack, there were no more compromises! My mother and grandmother used to refer to the black-out conditions in Los Angeles ...

History
You're welcome!

History
You can find other websites by googling this -- results of pearl harbor bombing -- and then ignoring any Wikipedia links!!

History
The US formally entered World War II. https://military.laws.com/results-of-the-attack-on-pearl-harbor

Homework dump
Six posts (statics? or statistics?) and not a thought of your own?

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