1. He is honest in himself. (Is this sentence grammatical? What is the meaning of 'in himself' then?) 2. He must be angry because she's not saying anything. 3. He has to be angry because she's not saying anything. (Are

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  1. English

    1. I am into sports. (What is the meaning of this sentence?) 2. Exercise is good for the health. 2-1. Exercise is good for health. 2-2. Exercise is good for your health. 2-3. Exercise does good for people. (Are all correct?) 3. Our athletic meet took place

  2. language arts

    1. Choose the meaning that gives a positive connotation for the word "sound" A. harmony B. noise>>> C. screech D. racket Read the sentence below. The actor on stage used a loud voice so we could hear him clearly 2. Which meaning BEST states the connotation

  3. English

    Read the passage below and choose the answer that best describes the result of the honest man’s decision. “The honest man could hardly object to such reasoning. He took to going out in the evening and coming back the following morning like they did,

  4. English

    What is the meaning of a text that is something other than, or beyond, its literal meaning? denotative meaning explicit meaning** figurative meaning literary meaning

  5. Language Arts

    Based on context clues, what is the meaning of deemed in the following sentence? The teacher deemed it necessary that all students turn in their reports before vacation, or they would receive half credit. (1 point) • voted • ruled (this one) •

  6. English

    Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but a different connotative meaning than, the word slender. A.) narrow B.) skinny C.) compressed D.) needlelike Which of these is a collective noun? A.) colony B.) dogs C.) them D.) cows Which

  7. English

    1. Two-thirds of the apple is rotten. 2. Two-thirs of the apples are rotten. (Both are correct,right?0 3. Most of the books were his. 4. Most of the time was spent in reading. (Are both grammatical? Do we have to use 'in' before 'reading' in Sentence 4?)

  8. English

    Which of these words has the same denotative meaning a, but a different connotative meaning than, the word COPIOUS. A. meager B. abundant C. lavish ******* D. sparse An award is given every year to the student ______ has the highest grade-point average.

  9. English

    The MACARONI AND CHEESE ____ ready to eat now. A. is****************************** B. are C. were Neither the CAR nor our COUSINS (can, could) be found. A. can B. could************************** Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but

  10. English

    Which statement is false? A. Parentheticals aren’t crucial to the meaning of a sentence. B. Parentheticals are like asides. C. Parentheticals are crucial to the meaning of a sentence. D. Parentheticals are like comments. Is it C.?

  11. English

    Homework Help: English Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 9:18am. 1. Tomorrow, we're going to go to hike. 2. Tomorrow, we're going to go hiking. =================== Which one is grammatical? Are both grammatical? Then, what is the differencein

  12. English

    What is it called when you find the exact meaning of a word or phrase based on its dictionary definition? (1 point) a.technical meaning b.literary meaning c.literal meaning d.familiar meaning

  13. English

    Which statement is false? A. Parentheticals aren’t crucial to the meaning of a sentence. B. Parentheticals are like asides. C. Parentheticals are crucial to the meaning of a sentence. D. Parentheticals are like comments.

  14. reading

    What is the meaning of expired as it is used in this sentence? (1 point) difficult to replace of a high quality past the date of being safe to drink costing a lot of money What are context clues?(1 point) hints that point to the meaning of a word a

  15. English

    (1) Covid- 19 patients who recovered from the disease is socially stigmatized. a. what is the grammatical name of the sentence. b. what is the grammatical function of the sentence. (2) I do not watch zee world because of its excessive adoration of

  16. English

    1. He is outgoing. 2. He is extrovert. 3. He is extroverted. (Are they all grammatical and the same in meaning?) 4. He is shy. 5. He is reserved. 6. He is introvert. 7. He is introverted. (Are they all grammatical and the same in meaning?)

  17. English

    During the afternoon, my cats are content to nap on the couch.What is the meaning of these sentence? I don't understand meaning of word "content" in these sentence.What is the meaning of sentence above?

  18. Statistic HELPPPPPP

    A linear model can be used to describe the relationship between fuel economy(mpg) and horsepower (hp) for certain automobile models. mpg=46.868-0.0838 hp R^2=75.5% 1) Give the symbol and the value of the correlation coefficient. 2)What would the gas

  19. English

    Parallelism can be defined as: a. clarifying main ideas through language choice and sentence structure. b. the process of revising two works simultaneously. c. varying the length and structure of sentences. d. using similar grammatical form for similar

  20. English

    1. I cannot but admire his courage. 2. I cannot help admiring his courage. 3. I cannot avoid admiring his courage. ------------------------- Are all the sentences grammatical? What is the meaning of 'but' in Sentence 1? Does 'help' in #2 mean 'avoid' in

  21. English

    What is it called when you find the exact meaning of a word or phrase based on its dictionary definition? literal meaning****** familiar meaning technical meaning literary meaning

  22. English

    1. The hospital is for certain people. 2. He has a certain problem. 3. He has a sure problem. 4. He is certain that the boy is diligent. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical? The meaning of 'certain' seems to be different. Does #2 mean #3?

  23. ENGLISH

    What do you think of when you hear the term academic honesty? How does knowing the difference among original ideas, common knowledge, and plagiarism help you stay honest when you write an academic paper? What are some of the consequences of not being

  24. English

    1. He is honest in himself. (Is this sentence grammatical? What is the meaning of 'in himself' then?) 2. He must be angry because she's not saying anything. 3. He has to be angry because she's not saying anything. (Are both the same and grammatical?) 4. He

  25. English

    1. He lent me a book, which interested me very much. 2. He lent me a book, and it interested me very much. 3. He lent me a book, interesting me very much -------------------------------- Can #2 be changed into #3? Are they all grammatical and the same in

  26. English

    (1) You are no longer the man whom i used to know. a. what is the grammatical name of the sentence. b. what is the grammatical function of the sentence. (2) Chiamaka does not get distracted the moment she is in English Language class because she believes

  27. English

    1. You must be honest. 2. You have to be honest. (Situation: The person is not honest, so the boss is scolding the man.) 3. You must be honest. 4. You have to be honest. 5. I am sure that you are honest. (The man was honest, and the boss knows it, so he

  28. English

    (1) He is a coach whose record has been amazing. a. what is the grammatical name of the sentence. b. what is the grammatical function of the sentence. (2) Do you remember the restaurant where we ate launch. a. what is the grammatical name of the sentence.

  29. English

    1. Forgive me. I didn't know that. 2. Excuse me. I didn't see you there. 3. Pardon me. I made a mistake. (Are they all grammatical, showing 'forgiveness'?) 4. I swear that I will never leave you. 5. I swear to God that he will never leave you. 6. I swear

  30. English

    How about making pasta? 1. Well, with your help, I can do that. 2. Well, if you help me, I can do that. (Are both the same?) 3. With your help, I could do that. 4. If you helped me, I could do that. (Are both the same?) 5. With your help, I could have done

  31. English

    Hi, I'm having trouble understanding this sentence... "It comes upon one with new force in the pauses of the night that the Chaldeans were a desert-bred people." I don't know understandy why the last part of the sentence starts with "that" is in there,

  32. English

    1. His age is 14. 2. His height is 158cm tall. 3. His weight is 48kg. (Are the sentences all grammatical?) 4. What is the negative sentence of the declarative sentence? When you make a negative sentence, you should put 'don't' before a base verb. (Is this

  33. English

    People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical? English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 10:38am Do you mean they put the food (in this case, waffles) in the

  34. English

    Sometimes he painted in his studio based on the sketches he drew outside. (is this sentence grammatical? What is the sense subject of 'based'? What other sentences can we make which have the same meaning?)

  35. English

    During the afternoon, my cats are content to nap on the couch.What is the meaning of these sentence? Content is the meaning of "the amount of a substance that something contains".Is it right?But I don't understand meaning of word "content" in these

  36. Englaish

    Posted by rfvv on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 4:13pm. People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical? English - Writeacher, Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 10:38am Do you mean

  37. English

    {At a restaursant} For hear or to go? Is this for here or to go? It's for here, please. It is to go, please. (Are the expressions above all grammatical? What is the meaning of 'is to' in 'It is to go, please.'? Does it mean 'must'? That is, "It (the food)

  38. English

    I need help with this sentence: The meaning of the flag is misunderstood. The majority of misinterpretation comes from misunderstanding the original meaning of what the Confederate symbolizes for Caucasian people from the very beginning when it was

  39. English

    Fifty states make up the U.S.A. 1. The U.S.A is made up by fifty states. 2. The U.S.A. is make up of fifty states. ============ Q1: Which one is the passive sentence of the first sentence? Q2: Are both grammatical? What is the difference between them in

  40. English

    1. Tomorrow, we're going to go to hike. 2. Tomorrow, we're going to go hiking. =================== Which one is grammatical? Are both grammatical? Then, what is the differencein meaning?

  41. English

    Posted by English on Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 7:26pm. 1. You can read whatever magazine you like. 2. You can read which magazine you like. 3. You can read that magazine you like. (Which one is right? Are they all grammatical? What is the difference in

  42. English

    We can walk and ride a bike when I go to school. ========== Is this sentence grammatical? When we grade this short sentence in terms of grammar, can this sentence get A? Or is it totally wrong?

  43. English

    1. The hospital is for certain people. 2. He has a certain problem. 3. He has a sure problem. 4. He is certain that the boy is diligent. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical? The meaning of 'certain' seems to be different. Does #2 mean #3?

  44. English

    The frog blew himself up too much because he wanted to look bigger than the ox. Am I bigger than him? No, you are still smaller than him. ------------------------------- In the last sentence, what is the meaning of 'still'? Is still the same as 'much, or

  45. Physics

    In the following sentence, is the everyday or the scientific meaning of work intended? A student works on a term paper. The everyday meaning. The physical meaning would be measured in terms of the pushing of a pencil or keyboard keys.

  46. English

    trust: to believe someone that they are honest and sincere (is the definition of 'trust' grammatical?)

  47. english III AP class questions

    So I've signed up for Ap this year. I was wondering, do the teachers expect us to know the meaning of terms such as: grammatical functions, rhetorical appeals, brevity, metonymy, and so on? We've been given a packet that gives a article we're supposed to

  48. English Expressions

    1. On account of the original sin and actual sins, man was doomed to die. Q) Is this sentence grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' before original sin? 2. All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Q) What is the meaning of 'fall short of'?

  49. English

    1. Now I can see more of her. 2. Now I can see her more. (Are both grammatical? Are both the same in meaning?)

  50. English

    1. He was surprised she came at all. 2. He was surprised that she came at all. 3. He was surprised because she came at all. 4. He was surprised when she came at all. 5. He was surprised she came after all. ======================= Q1: Does #1 mean #2? Are

  51. English

    1. I made Harry Porter interesting by adding more stories. (is this sentence grammatical?) 2. We shook the building, and it fell dowm. (Is this grammatical?) 3. I will give some hints to you? (What does 'hints' refer to? What are other similiar

  52. English

    People use pockets when they eat Brussels waffles. ---------- Is this sentence grammatical? Is the use of 'pockets' here grammatical?

  53. English

    1. I went to the video arcade 'yesterday night'. (Is this expression right?) 2. He went to his academy after school to learn English and math. 3. From her first diary, what can we know? Summarize her first diary. 4. Of whomself did she feel proud? (Is this

  54. English

    It is a small world. (What is the meaning of this sentence? When do we use this expression? And what does "It" refer to? What is the meaning/use of "It"?)

  55. English

    Posted by rfvv on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 9:51pm. He asked me a question. He asked a question of me. He begged me a question. He begged a question of me. He inquired me a question. He inquired me of a question. (Are the pairs all correct and

  56. English

    Suppose I want to write a sentence: Why not a girl or woman? Because they are too emotional. Is this a grammatically correct way to write it. The part "Because I have to study" is not a complete sentence so am i supposed to add a hyphen??? I totally made

  57. English

    1. I don't know how to tie this ribbon. -Don't worry. Let me help you with that. (What is the meaning of 'with' in the last sentence? About?) 2. Why is that a problem? - Im so nervous. I could forget everything. (What is the meaning of 'could' here?) 3.

  58. English

    1. I love Tom who lives there. 2. I love Tom, who lives there. Which sentence is grammatical? Are both OK? ------------------ 3. This is the place where he was born. 4. This is the place he was born. #3 is grammatical. What about #4? In Sentence 4, 'where'

  59. English

    1. Keep the window shut. 2. He kept the shop closed. (Are both grammatical? Is 'shut' a past participle meaning 'closed'? Does #2 mean "He hasn't run the shop.") 3. Keep the light burning. 4. I'm sorry to have kept you waiting. 5. They kept the man a hero.

  60. English

    1. She swore that she had nothing to do with it. 2. She vowed that she had nothing to do with it. 3. She bet that she had nothing to do with it. (Are they all grammatical? In meaning, are they the same?)

  61. English

    1. It was close to 1:15 a.m. 2. It was near 1:15 a.m. 3. It was about 1:15 a.m. 4. It was around 1:15 a.m. 5. It was roughly 1:15 a.m. 6. It was approximately 1:15 a.m. ================= Are they all grammatical and do they have the same meaning?

  62. English

    Posted by rfvv on Monday, June 11, 2012 at 7:53am. 1. Would you say hi to your mother? 2. Would you say hello to your mother? (Are both interchangable? Are both the same?) 3. He is also a good cook. 4. He can also cook well. 5. He also cooks well. 6. Also

  63. math/algebra

    17 simplify 3/(x-5) + 1/ 1 - 4/(x-5) The non-use of grouping symbols makes this sentence without meaning. The non-use of grouping symbols makes this sentence without meaning. 3/x-5 +1 / 1 - 4/x-5 = I never know how to write the problems so someone can

  64. academic honesty (answers included)

    What do you think of when you hear the term academic honesty? How does knowing the difference among original ideas, common knowledge, and plagiarism help you stay honest when you write an academic paper? What are some of the consequences of not being

  65. English

    As it turns out, the second thrust accounts for 32 percent of the jellyfish's forward movement, and the kicker is it requires no energy. (Would you check the sentence? Is the sentence grammatical?)

  66. English

    1. Anybody does not sleep well during the night. 2. Not anybody sleeps well during the night. 3. Nobody sleeps during the night. (Is #1 grammatical? Are they all the same in meaning?) 4. None were present at the meeting. 5. No one were present at the

  67. Japanese

    What's the difference between wa and ga? The particle wa indicates that the noun preceding it is the topic of the sentence. In most of the model sentences given, the subject and the topic of each esntecnce coincide; however, the topic may or may not be

  68. English

    1. This is the way how he did it. (X) 2. This is the way he did it. (O) 3. This is how he did it. (O) 4. Do you know the reason? 5. Do you know why? ----------------------------- #1 is ungrammatical. #2 and #3 are grammatical. Why is #1 ungrammatical? Was

  69. English

    1. This book was most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or not in this case?) Q: How do we pronounce 'helpful'? (It's a little difficult to pronounce...Thank you

  70. English

    1. This book was most helpful for my homework. 2. This book was the most helpful for my homework. (Which one is grammatical? Do we have to use 'the' or not in this case?) Q: How do we pronounce 'helpful'? (It's a little difficult to pronounce...Thank you

  71. English

    Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 11:58pm. Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 10:03pm. 1. We had to cook the turkey for six hours. 2. We had to cook the turkey in six hours. 3. We had to cook the turkey until six hours. 4. We had

  72. Reading Comp.

    A blanket of thick fog covered the area Visibility there was almost zero How are the two related? a. The two sentences establish a comparison b. The second sentence contradicts the first c. The first sentence explains the meaning of visibility d. The

  73. English

    1. On the way home I met my old friend. What is the part of speech of 'home'? Is it an adverb? Then, what does 'home' modify? 2. Probably tomorrow he'll come back. 3. Maybe tomorrow he'll come back. What is the difference between 'probably' and 'maybe'? 4.

  74. English

    1. I will visit my uncle tomorrow. 2. I visit my uncle tomorrow. 3. I am visiting my uncle tomorrow. ---------------- Are they all grammatical? Does #2 mean #1 in meaning? Are #2 and #3 grammatical? Are they all the same in meaning?

  75. English Language

    Grammatical Name and Function of "What they were planning is very good." Grammatical Name and Function of "The news that Ngozi has recovered is true." Grammatical Name and Function of "He stopped shouting only when he got into the bus that brought his

  76. English

    The following sentence contains a dangling or misplaced modifier. Rewrite the sentence so that its meaning is clear. 7. Walking the dogs in the park on Sunday afternoon, it began to rain hard. I totally don't understand how to rewrite this sentence :( Any

  77. English

    Hi, can I speak to Tom? - Just a moment! I'll get him. -------------------------- This is a telephone conversation. What is the meaning of the last sentence? What is the meaning of the verb 'get'? 1. I'll bring him. 2. I'll fetch him. 3. I'll take him. 4.

  78. ENGLiSH 12TH

    May someone please help me with a sentence with the word askance. I know the meaning which is "with a sidewise glance; with suspicion or disapproval" but I just can't seem to come up with a sentence. Thanks for your help

  79. English

    1. If I were to be young again, I would marry her. 2. If I were to be young again, I will marry her. (Is #2 grammatical?) 3. If he should go there, he would be welcomed. 4. If he should go there, he will be welcomed. (Are these two sentences grammatical?

  80. English

    1. The man left a strong impression on me. 2. The man left a strong impression for me. 3. The man left me a strong impression. ======================= Are they all grammatical and do they have the same meaning? What is the difference between #1 and

  81. Grammar

    Is the capital word used right in this sentence, if not how can i use it with the same meaning of the sentence His song was SKEPTICAL because it was so good Thank you!

  82. English

    I left out a sentence. What is the meaning of "as" in the following sentence? As she was leaving the room, she dropped her scarf so I ran after her. Does "as" mean "when/while/the moment that"?

  83. english

    in the sentence, " this all may smack of a publicity stunt". i would appreciate if you advise meaning of the sentence. thanks.

  84. English

    1. I am looking for a big house which I can live in. 2. I am looking for a big house to live in. 3. I am looking for a big house which to live in. 4. I am looking for a big house in which to live. (Sentence 1 is a complex sentence. The others are simple

  85. EnGlIsH

    hi there mm i have to put the meaning of thus sentence it about comparisons and contrast clues... Althought we had expected a multitud to come to the rally, only ten or fifteen people showed up. comparison/contrast Meaning:????

  86. English

    I forgot to include this sentence. Thank you. 1. Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first.

  87. English

    Hello. Will you help me with one more sentence please? Is the sentence correct: "The letter will be done by 5 pm." I mean, is "done" in the meaning "finished" possible here? Thank you.

  88. English

    1. He suggested that she should join the club. 2. He suggested that she might be a librarian. 3. He suggested that the boy laughed at the girl. 4. The driver insisted that the car ran into the pedestrian. 5. He insisted that she should go on a picnic

  89. LA

    The CEO's inability to see the looming issues with his supply chain left him in the same position as the captain of the Titanic. Which term does this sentence demonstrate? A.tone B.meaning C.analogy*** I would believe its Analogy correct? D.denotation I

  90. English

    1. Are they playing soccer this weekend? 2. Will they play soccer this weekend? 3. Are they going to play soccer this weekend? [Is #1 grammatical? Are the three all the same in meaning?] 4. I am meeting the girl this evening. 5. I will meet the girl this

  91. English

    1. He started on a journey. 2. He went on a journey. 3. He began on a journey. 4. He was on a journey. 5. He took a journey. 6. He made a journey. (Are all grammatical? Do they have the same meaning?) 7. The bread smells bad. 8. The bread smells like a bad

  92. English

    Thank you for your help. 1. He will be back after a few days. 2. He was back after a few days. ----------- In the past tense, do we have to use 'after' as in Sentence 2? What about Sentence 1? I used 'after' instead of 'in.' Is this sentence grammatical?

  93. English

    1. They are very happy. 2. They are on cloud nine. 3. They are walking on air. ------------------------------ Are they all the same in meaning? What is the meaning of 'air' in Sentence 3?

  94. english

    please give the meaning of Pitched for and give one example sentence. I did not find the meaning in the dictionary.

  95. English/Grammar

    In an essay I recently wrote, I wrote the following two sentences: "Natural selection. By examining the meaning of each of these words, the meaning of the entire phrase becomes pellucid: natural selection is the selection of traits by nature." I understand

  96. English

    Identify and choose the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected. What is the meaning of above sentence?Will i find a word which is incorrected in the sentence? In my(A) opinion they aren't(B) going nowhere(C) special because of(D) financial

  97. ashford university

    Use two commas around “extra information” in a sentence to show that it is not important to the meaning of that sentence if taken out. For example: “The hardware store down the street, which had been paved recently, is open until midnight five days a

  98. english

    a poet uses symbolism to a. explicitly state the meaning b. add layers of meaning c. hide the meaning d. frustrate the reader i'm confused between a and B a symbol is an ordinary thing that has an extraordinary meaning and significance. so what would it

  99. English

    1.Thank you for visiting our nursing home. It was great fun last weekend. ------------------------ In Sentence 1, what does 'It" refer to? 2. Look at the elderly person. 3. Look at the elderly people. --------------- Are both OK? Is Sentence 2 grammatical?

  100. English

    1. I ordered fried chicken, and it was delivered in less than 30 minutes. 2. I ordered fried chicken, and it was delivered after less than 30 minutes. -------------------- Are both grammatical? Does 'in' in Sentence 1 mean 'after' in meaning?

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