1. The earl bird catches the worm. 2. Early birds catch the worms. (Which one is the right proverb?) 3. He ran on and on. 4. He ran without stopping. 5. He ran continuously. 6. He ran continually. 7. He ran over and over. 8. He
7.)Which answer best describes the U.S. National Road? A.)It ran from Atlanta to Baltimore and followed the railroad. B.)It ran from New York to Chicago and was made from wooden planks. C.)It ran from Massachusetts to Ohio and ran
Four runners ran the relay, Bill ran his lap in 22.738 seconds, Troy ran in 21.874 seconds, Grace ran in 20.32 second, and Jessica ran 19.047 seconds. Estimate the team's total time to the nearest tenth of a second
They ran out of oil. They ran out of food. They ran out of rice. They ran out of money. They ran out of pens. He ran out of paper. He ran out of grocery. The food is running out. The oil is running out. The rice is running out.
Karen ran 42 miles in 6 days. On Sunday she ran 12 miles. Each of the other days she ran the same distance. 1. Write an algebraic equation to show how far Karen ran. 2. Calculate how many miles Karen ran each day for the week. 3.
Three years ago, Two of the smarter girls in my class had there fat brother intentionally rob me. Accidentally, I hit the robber with my purse. Than I ran quickly around the corner. The fat robber could not find me. Finally, the
You ran 1.5 miles befor you decide you were running in the wrong direction.you truned around and ran back were you started .then you ran 2.75 miles in the other direction how many miles did you ran in all?