Language Arts 6th connexsis

Use the sentence to answer the question.

The roads of New Orleans remained flooded due to the hurricane.
Which type of relationship is used in the sentence?
(1 point)
similarities/differences relationship
cause/effect relationship
part/whole relationship
item/category relationship

i need all 13 answer plaes answer

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  1. heeeelllllllppppp

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  2. Cause and effect, although in this sentence, I guess we should say β€œ effect and cause.”

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  3. is it rite

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  4. is he right

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  5. wheres all the answers????

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  6. I NEED THE ANSWERSSS

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  7. please give the answers to the test

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  8. Guys we did it in LL but if the internet for you all was bad too we need the answerssssssssssssss

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  9. The first answer is cause and effect but I am still working on the rest of the test so I should have it by next LL

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  10. Thank you 6th grade connections girl I will be wounting the answers soon.

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  11. B
    B
    C
    D
    C
    D
    D & F
    B
    C
    A
    D
    plz get the other awser youself

    for 2021

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  12. i am right is right

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  13. first of all the 1 is wrong its not item category relation ship this is a scam hes not right

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  14. I need the answersssss

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  15. The roads of New Orleans remained flooded due to the hurricane. Which type of relationship is used in the sentence. Part/whole (no) similarities/difference (no) item/category (no) cause/effect (yes) 2. Tay is learning about chords, beats, Harmony, canon, and rhythm in music class. Which type of vocabulary is Tay learning? Conversational (no) literary (no) general academic (no) subject-specific (yes) 3. The play we watched was a (parody) of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. It was a halarious imitation of the classic monster novel. Which word provides context for the meaning of the word parody? Classic (no) play (no) novel (no) imitation (yes) 4. Dee has such a (sunny) personality that all the customers ask for him by name. Which kind of meaning does the word sunny have as it is used in the sentence. Negative (no) literal (no) exact (no) figurative (yes) 5. Which phrase describes facts and details that an author states directly in a text. Educated guesses (no) implied concepts (no) personal opinions (no) explicit information (yes) 6. Which part of a text do supporting details connect to. Statistics (no) examples (no) facts and data (no) the central idea (yes) 7. Which kinds of information should be excluded in a summary of a text. Select the two correct answers. Minor details from the text (yes) the summary writers opinions (yes) important events in the text (no) the central idea of the text (no) the summary writers own words (no) 8. Which point of view includes personal feelings, Opinions, and beliefs. Objective (no) judgmental (no) figurative (no) subjective (yes) 9. Why is it important for an article about a historic event to use sequential text structure. So that the text is more enjoyable (no) so that the information is listed by how Important is is to the writer (no) so that the text is long enough (no) so that important events are discussed in the order they happened (yes) 10. Amir is trying to determine the authors purpose as he reads the article "The Great Molasses Flood" for history class. He notices that the adjectives "shoddy" and "unsafe" are used to describe the tank that held the molasses have a negative feeling associated with them. Which part of the text is amir analyzing to help him understand the authors purpose. Factual information (no) anecdotes (no) examples (no) word choice (yes) 11. Which type of media should Maria use in her essay to help show the different food chains present in the rain forest. A graph (no) a map (no) timeline (no) diagram (yes) guys these are the right answers trust me i know this its a lil bit confusing but these are it

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  16. for 12 and 13 im sorry its easy tho :)

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  17. @tj I am trusting you you better be right

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  18. Is it right connexus boy, plz i need the answers

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  19. Thank you so much @tj

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  20. I'm back with the answers i got them right myself
    1.cause/effect relationship
    2.subject-specific
    3.imitation
    4.figurative
    5.explicit information
    6.the central idea
    7.minor details from the text & the summary writer's opinions
    8.subjective
    9.so that important events are discussed in the order they happened
    10.word choice
    11.a diagram
    13.serch up the meaning of figurative and literal. trust me you'll get you answers
    14. Navajo first person historian second

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  21. what does yes and no mean?

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  22. WHO IS RIGHT

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  23. is moon right?

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  24. i am don't worry

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  25. tj is too

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  26. moon is right

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  27. 100 percent

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  28. moon is correct i made 100 and the last 2 are easy so no problem figuring those out.

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  29. Both tj and moon is 100% <3

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  30. THANK U MOON!!!

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  31. THANKS A LOT MOON <3
    (name is actually Luna ;)

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  32. what is going on I need the answers is moon right or is tj right I'm so confused I need help on this test I don't want to fail all be bad at myself for 30 min wait why do I care all just start thinking about playing Minecraft on my Nintendo light when I'm done with school for the day or maybe beating PokΓ©mon lets go eevee does any one else play mc (Minecraft) if you do my Minecraft name is Anime Ash.

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  33. so is moon right or is tj right

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  34. both of them are right just use whatever one you want

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  35. thanks anonymous

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  36. 12 is: A literal meaning is exactly what it says in the sentence. While figurative means something other than what was written. An example is: "It's raining cats and dogs" This is figurative language. If we put it like this: "It was raining a lot ", it would be literal language.

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  37. Thank you!

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  38. thx

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  39. can someone plz help with 13 plzzzzzz

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  40. Moon was 100% right! THX SO MUCH!

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  41. 1.cause/effect relationship
    2.subject-specific
    3.imitation
    4.figurative
    5.explicit information
    6.the central idea
    7.minor details from the text & the summary writer's opinions
    8.subjective
    9.so that important events are discussed in the order they happened
    10.word choice
    11.a diagram

    just because uhm.... yes

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  42. Thank you

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  43. I can't figure out that last question, can someone help!!!!:(:(:( TnT

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  44. PLZZZZZ!!!!!!

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  45. Also thanks @Moon and @tj

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  46. thanks, moon!

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  47. is @Bubbly Axolotl right

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  48. Thank you guys for helping everyone with this test!!! also here's the answer to number 13 :D
    A book about the Navajo would be more opinionated, because it is not from the Navajo's point of view, therefore having less real info. A Navajo writing the book would have clearer information, because it is seen from the point of view of the Navajo, and having more realistic information about life as a Navajo and whatnot.
    i almost clicked delete on that HOPE YALL HAVE A GOOD DAY!

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  49. @ Moon has nearly all the questions correct :) The last one would be "historian third person" because the historian would be talking about the Navajo people.

    -Kiniwih426

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  50. TRUST ME MOON IS RIGHT

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  51. dont listen to them there wrong and i got a zero dont listen i just got a zero and its going to bring my grade to an F

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  52. Moon is right!!

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  53. Uhh

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