CHECK MY ANSWERS FOR ENGLISH PLEASE

11. Read the following paragraph found in the selection from "From Emperor to Citizen."
The "Articles for Favorable Treatment" stipulated that I could live temporarily in the Imperial Palace without fixing any definite time limit. Apart from three large halls that were handed over to the Republic, the rest of the Forbidden City continued to belong to the Imperial Palace. It was in this tiny world that I was to spend the most absurd childhood possible until I was driven out by the soldiers of the National Army in 1924. I call it absurd because at a time when China was called a republic and mankind had advanced into the twentieth century, I was still living the life of an emperor, breathing the dust of the nineteenth century.

After reading this paragraph, what can the reader most likely conclude about China? (1 point)
It is a country that is defined by strict rules.
It is a country that favors tradition over progress.
It is a country that honors its royalty with extravagant living.***
It is a country that struggled to find its place in a global society.

12. All of the following lines from "Cranes" demonstrate the story's message about the effects of war on people except (1 point)

"The northern village at the border of the Thirty-eighth Parallel was snugly settled under the high, bright autumn sky."****

"Then he suddenly he thought that Tokchae,too, must want a puff. But today, how could he offer a cigarette to a fellow like this?"

"They made me vice-chairman of the league because I was one of the poorest and I was a hard-working farmer. If that constitutes a crime worthy of death, so be it."

"I thought of evacuating, even if I hd to carry my father on my back. But my father said no. How could the farmers leave the land behind when the crops were ready for harvest?"

13. Read the following paragraphs from "Cranes."
Without a moment's delay, still out of breath from running, they untied the crane's feet and wings. But the bird could hardly walk. It must have been worn out from being bound.

The two held it up in the air. Then, all of a sudden, a shot was fired. The crane fluttered its wings a couple of times and came down again.

It was shot, they thought. But the next moment, as another crane from a nearby bush fluttered its wings, the boys' crane stretched out its long neck with a whoop and disappeared into the sky. For a long time the two boys could not take their eyes away from the blue sky into which their crane had soared.

Which word best describes the mood created by these paragraphs? (1 point)
celebratory
comforting***
admiring
tranquil****

help, im not sure.

14. Read the following paragraph from "A Way of Talking."
I was pleased about Jane and Rose. Jane was asking Rose all sorts of questions about her life in Auckland. About varsity and did Rose join in the marches and demonstrations. Then they went on to talking about fashions and social life in the city, and Jane seemed deeply interested. Almost as though she was jealous of Rose and the way she lived, as though she felt Rose had something better than a lovely house and clothes and everything she needed to make life good for her.

Using the details in this paragraph, the reader is led to understand that Jane is mostly interested in Rose's (1 point)
dress size.
social life.***
marital plans.
political beliefs.

15. Read the following paragraphs from "A Way of Talking."
These words of Rose's took me by surprise and I realised something about Rose then. What she said made all my anger go away and I felt very sad because it's not our way of talking to each other. Usually we'd say, "Never mind Sis," if we wanted something to be forgotten. But when Rose said, "Don't worry Honey she's got a thick hide," it made her seem a lot older than me, and tougher, and as though she knew much more than me about the world. It made me realise too that underneath her jolly and forthright ways Rose is very hurt. I remembered back to when we were both little and Rose used to play up at school if she didn't like the teacher. She'd get smart and I used to be ashamed and tell Mum on her when we got home, because although she had brains I was always the well behaved one.

Rose was speaking to me in a new way now. It made me feel sorry for her and for myself. All my life I had been sitting back and letting her do the objecting.

All of the following words could be used to describe the speaker's feelings about her sister Rose except (1 point)
bothered.
exasperated.****
protective.
sympathetic.

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  1. 11 - I disagree.
    12 - I agree.
    13 - I disagree with both your choices.
    14 - I agree.
    15 - I agree.

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  2. 16. Identify the word or phrase that should be in italics.

    Riding the Orient Express toward Istanbul, Tom read the novels of Mark Twain. (1 point)
    Orient Express
    Istanbul
    Express
    Mark Twain****

    17. Identify the word or phrase that should be in italics:

    He felt like a character in a Steven Spielberg movie as he listened to a Strauss waltz while eating spaghetti in the dining car. (1 point)

    Steven Spielberg
    Strauss waltz
    spaghetti
    no error
    help with this one? it could be anything which makes me think there is no error???

    18. Identify the sentence that contains an error in punctuation or capitalization. (1 point)
    "Good morning," Ms. Roper said. "Please open your copies of The Hobbit to page 45."
    "I've left my book at home, said Emily. "May I share with someone else?" ******
    Ms. Roper handed out an article on J. R. R. Tolkien from Smithsonian magazine.
    "I can’t wait to read the rest of his books," said Rick.
    19. Identify the choice that contains no errors in punctuation or use of italics. (1 point)
    Catherine asked, "Where are you going"?
    "We're going to volunteer at the animal shelter," said Dan, "Do you want to come?"
    "Do they have puppies there?" she asked.*******
    "Of course. Did you think they had elephants?", Dan asked her.

    20. Identify the error in apostrophe use:
    Pat's friend just called to ask if Tom's brother will be at Richards' birthday party. (1 point)
    Pat's
    Tom's
    Richards'***
    no error
    21. Identify the error in apostrophe use: Those dogs's owners have left them in their vet's kennel while they shop at Macy's. (1 point)
    dogs's***
    vet's
    Macy's
    no error
    22. Identify the incorrect word: Emma told Jim that his car is still in it’s parking place next to our apartment. (1 point)
    his
    it’s***
    our
    no error

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  3. See your earlier post.

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  4. Anyone know if these are correct?

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  5. 10.a
    11. B
    12. D
    13.B
    14. A
    15. B
    16. A
    17. D
    18. B
    19. C
    20. C
    21. A
    22. B

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  6. those are wrong

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  7. so thanks a lot

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  8. the real answers are
    10.B
    11.B
    12.A
    13.C
    14.B
    15.A
    16.A
    17.D
    18.B
    19.C
    20.C
    21.A
    22.B

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  9. whats the answers for connections academy lesson 12: East Asia and the pacific Rim unit test??

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  10. 1.d
    2.c
    3.a
    4.b
    5.e
    6.b
    7.a
    8.c
    9.d
    Not 100% sure^^^^^^^
    10-22 is 100% tho
    10.b
    11.b
    12.a
    13.c
    14.a
    15.a
    16.a
    17.d
    18.b
    19.c
    20.c
    21.a
    22.b

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  11. Are those right for connections?

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  12. Mine are from connections

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  13. Eglish 10B unit 7 lesson 2 Connections Academy
    1.C
    2.B
    3.C
    4.A
    5.D
    6.A
    7.D
    8.B
    9.B
    10.A
    11.C
    12.D
    13.B
    14.B
    15.C
    16.A
    17.B
    18.B
    19.B
    20.C
    21.D
    22.C
    23.C
    24.A
    25.B
    26.A
    27.B
    28.C
    29.A
    30.A
    31.C
    32.B
    33.A
    34.D
    35.C
    36.A
    37.B
    38.A
    39.D
    40.C
    41.E
    42.A
    43.C
    44.B
    45.D
    46.D
    47.E
    48.C
    49.B
    50.A
    51.A
    52.D
    53.C
    54.B
    The rest are essays.

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  14. 1. D
    2. C
    3. C
    4. A
    5. C
    6. C
    7. A
    8. B
    9. B
    10. A
    11. A
    12. B
    13. B
    14. D
    15. C
    16. A
    17. B
    18. C
    19. D
    20. C
    21. D
    22. A
    23. C
    24. A
    25. A
    26. A
    27. A
    28. C
    29. B
    30. A
    31. C
    32. B
    33. A
    34. D
    35. C
    36. A
    37. B
    38. A
    39. D
    40. C

    Don't follow any of the answers they put, they're all practically wrong

    //Con. Acd. Eng10B Semester Exam//

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  15. now which one of these people do i trust..

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  16. i feel like they probably move the questions around so im not gonna risk it

    ig i have to google each individual question XD

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  17. Did you get the answers?

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  18. who do I trust with my life

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  19. @Maname Jeff kaplan honestly, that's a mood

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  20. 1)she has fallen in love with him
    2)sadness and lonlieness
    3)patronizing
    4)dark humor
    5)the arab-isreali conflict
    6)daughter in law
    7)war
    8)despises and loves
    9)the clash of moernizaiton with traditional life
    10)there is a price to be paid for telling the truth
    11)reserved and sincere
    12)love adn value their family
    13)the curropt actions that follow in the story
    14)the effects of war
    15)a vietnamese man who fled hanoi and joined the army in the south
    16)have u turned in you're english paer yet?
    17)his
    18)both
    19)anybody
    20)does allie adn edwin wan to submit their poems?
    21)richest
    22)double negative
    23)more
    24)exclamatory
    25)she wants to buy film, and chewing gum
    26)George Washington was born on Febuary 22, 1732
    27)ice hockey is played on a rink; but field hocke y is played outdoors
    28)"The reporter noted that she [Sonia Sotomayor's] nomination to the Supreme Court was the first for Latina Women
    29)hers's
    30)dejected
    31)target
    32)inherited
    33)undeniable
    34)neglect
    35)uneasiness
    36)charmed
    37)rejected
    38)hostility
    39)attacked
    40)character: understadning of people through their words, thoughts, and actions
    41)setting: where a story takes place
    42)satire: poking fun at human folly
    43)dues ex machina: the use of unexplainable event to resolve a story
    44)etymology: the study of word origins
    45)euphemism: a polite way of expresing an unpleasent truth
    46)thesis: the point the author is trying to prove
    47)mood: the emotion the reader tkes from the story
    48)exaggeration: overstating for effect
    49)pathos: a persuasive appeal to the emotions

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  21. I will update if those answers are right.

    The ones he missed:

    50.(dialect)
    B / a regional way of speaking

    51.(flashback)
    A / the description of an event

    52. (simile)
    D / a comparison of two things

    53.(foreshadowing)
    C / elements of a story that hint

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  22. Does anyone have the essay?? #56??

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  23. for connections english test (english 10B unit 6: east asia and the pacific rim)
    here are the answers i got. the ones with question marks i got wrong

    1.d
    2.c
    3.a
    4.b
    5.e
    6.b
    7.a
    8.c
    9.d
    10.?
    11.?
    12.a
    13.c
    14.?
    15.a
    16.a
    17.?
    18.b
    19.?
    20.c
    21.a
    22.b
    the rest are essays and you can do those on your own!

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  24. it depends on what states of connections academy. I am Georgia lesson 12 unit 6 east Asia and the pacific rim unit test last EXAM last test of 10th grade so anyone have answers exact answers of GEORGIA

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  25. At least in my state, these are the correct answers to the 2021, World Literature B Unit 6: East Asia and the Pacific Rim Lesson 12: East Asia and the Pacific Rim Unit Test.
    Word bank questions (99% sure correct):
    1.d
    2.c
    3.a
    4.b
    5.e
    6.b
    7.a
    8.c
    9.d
    Normal Questions (100% sure correct):
    10. C - overcome by her own conflicting emotions.
    11. B - uncomfortable with the extravagance of his meals.
    12. C - No matter what bullies sprang forward to shake their fists at her...etc.
    13. B - reflective
    14. B - social life
    15. A - infuriated
    16. A - Orient Express
    17. D - no error
    18. B - "I've left my book at home, said Emily. "May I share with someone else?"
    19. C - "Do they have puppies there?" she asked.
    20. C - Richard's
    21. A - dog's
    22. B - it's
    23. n/a
    24. n/a
    25. n/a

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