# Can you help me rephrase some lines of Eliot’s “The Preludes I-II”? 1) The poet is describing what he sees as the winter evening settles down. He also lets the reader smell what he smells, like the odour of the

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1. ## language arts

IN the poem “Swift Things are Beautiful” by Elizabeth Coatsworth reveals that every thing is beautiful in its own way. Although the title says that only swift things are beautiful, the poet also lists slow things that are beautiful. She uses unusual

2. ## English

Read these lines from T.S. Elliot's "Preludes." "Six o’clock./The burnt-out ends of smoky days./And now a gusty shower wraps/The grimy scraps/Of withered leaves about your feet/And newspapers from vacant lots..." Which of the following is being

3. ## Math

What is the relationship between two lines whose slopes are −7 and 1/7? a) The lines are parallel to each other b) The lines are mirror images of each other, reflected over the x-axis c) The lines always cross at the origin. d) The lines are mirror

4. ## math

Find the slope of the lines that are (a) parallel lines (b) perpendicular lines to the lines passing through the pair of points (3, 4)(2,-1)

5. ## English

Which lines in the second stanza of the poem rhyme? A. lines 2 and 4 B. lines 5 and 7 C. lines 6 and 8 D. lines 7 and 8

6. ## geometry

PLEASE HELP I AM ON A GEO EXAM. Line f has a slope of −6/3, and line g has a slope of −8/4. What can be determined about distinct lines f and g? A. The lines have proportional slopes. B. The lines will intersect. C. The lines are parallel. D. Nothing

7. ## English

Which of the following sentences contain an infinitive phrase? A. We hope to visit the poet's birthplace. B. Eduardo recited the lines to me. C. To Jenny, the Poem sounded false. D. The writer paid tribute to his parents.

8. ## English III

1) Which line from "Totally like whatever, you know?" represents the poet's ability to apply proper use of syntax? (4 points) Even when those sentences aren't, like, questions? You know? That we've just gotten to the point where it's just, like . .

9. ## Music Appreciation

Short mood pieces of no set form are called _____. a. tone poems b. preludes c. overtures d. mazurkas B?

10. ## Art

By asking questions such as, "Look at the lines on your paper and on the ceiling. Can you find other lines? Thin lines? Thick lines? " a teacher is building children's conception of a. depth perception b. creativity c. perspective d. an artistic element my

11. ## geometry

Martin drew a pair of perpendicular lines and a pair of parallel lines. Which of these statements best compares the pairs of perpendicular and parallel lines? Answer A: Perpendicular and parallel lines always have a common endpoint. B: Perpendicular and

12. ## Help Ms. Sue: Or anyone

Which lines contain examples of end rhyme? BTW I cannot put in the link its to hard to figure out. 1: lines 1 and 3 2: lines 2 and 3 3: lines 5 and 7 **** 4: lines 6 and 8

13. ## World History

“As I traveled over Qin Mountain one morning, I met two fairies, of brightness and beauty, Riding on a white deer. I realized they were immortals, And kneeled and begged for the Dao. ‘Go west and climb the Jade Terrace, There are gold pavilions and

14. ## Elements of Poetry

Question #1: Which of the following answer choices contains a metaphor? a. His skin was sandpaper b. The sun sparkled like a diamond c. She wanted to be like the birds abd fly away d. They felt free when they ran though the doors According to my study a

15. ## English

Where can you find a metaphor in the poem? A. lines 1 and 2 B. lines 5 and 6 C.lines 10 and 11 D. lines 13 and 14 The poem is rose pogonias by Robert frost

16. ## Art

Writeacher, I need your help to rephrase a few sentences. Thank you. 1) Eveline imagines the reactions of people at work when she has gone. Miss Gavan would be glad because she has always had an edge on her (I need to rephrase this). 2) On her turn, she

17. ## English

I forgot to include the other sonnet (N. 116). I find it hard to rephrase the last couplet. 1)Sonnets 116 is about love in its most ideal form. True love is to be based on mutual trust and understanding. 2) True love doesn’t change when the situation

18. ## English

Can you please check the following sentences for me? 1)The mirror compares itsself to a lake. A woman bends over it so see what she is really like. The mirror is important to her.She is addicted (?) to it to the point that she's searching for what she

19. ## english

there is some unknown poet called M.T. Buckley whom seems to be known only to the the English teachers and himself. Wrote a poem called "Birthday" and some others like "Poem of Poems" that didn't make it into the whose who of Poets. Does anyone know about

20. ## English

Can you help me rephrase some lines of Eliot’s “The Preludes I-II”? 1) The poet is describing what he sees as the winter evening settles down. He also lets the reader smell what he smells, like the odour of the steaks in passageways (a synonym?). It

21. ## Language Arts (2 questions)

Question #1: From details about blossoms in both the first and third haiku, what conclusion can you draw? a. The poet feels exceedingly lonely b. The poet lives in an urban setting c. The poet enjoys the gentle beauty of nature d. The poet enjoys the drama

22. ## English

Here is my rephrase. Actually, I don't have much time to find synonyms, so I hope you can help me. 1) At the beginning of the passage taken from Chapter sixteen of Robinson Crusoe,Friday is described as a fascinating, good-looking young man in his late

23. ## English

This is all for the poem "To His Coy Mistress" They're all short answers. 1) What is the speaker trying to convince his mistress to do? 2) Why is she being "coy"? 3) Outline the author's argument in the form of a syllogism or a logical argument where the

24. ## english (poetry)

n school, right now we are going over T.S. Eliot's "Preludes" and "Not Waving but Drowning" by Stevie Smith. I see the dark, "sordid" message about social unrest in industrialized society Eliot was portraying in "Preludes," although an overall thesis and

25. ## English

This is the second and last stanza of the poem "Preludes" I need to rephrase. Thank you very much for your help. The morning comes to consciousness Of faint stale smells of beer From the sawdust-trampled street With all its muddy feet that press To early

26. ## English IV

The effect urban life has on the woman in the poem "Preludes" by T.S. Elliot is she: A. has become sophisticated. B. has developed wisdom. C. is depressed. D. is sordid and "dirty" like the city. I think it may be either B or C. 1 - The tone of the poem

27. ## ela

Which statement best explains the central idea of this stanza? The poet has something to hide. The poet identifies with private people. The poet is afraid of authority figures. The poet seeks fame and recognition.

28. ## English

After reading each of the following quotations about poetry, choose the one that makes the most sense to you and explain what you think it means and why you chose it. “The chief use of the “meaning” of a poem in the ordinary sense, may be...to

29. ## English

After reading each of the following quotations about poetry, choose the one that makes the most sense to you. In the discussion forum, identify the quotation you chose and explain, in your own words, what you think it means and why you chose it. “The

30. ## english

I need help on Eve Merriam (she is a poet). I have to answer the following questions: 1)Does the poet display similar themes in many different poems? Describe any reoccuring themes. 2)What was going on in the poet's lifetime? Did the time period the poet

31. ## English

I'm finding it difficult to paraphrase (word by word) the poem "The Cruellest Month" by Eliot. I'll include it here in the hope you can have a look at it and help me rephrase it. 1) April is described as the cruellest month since it breeds (stirs/awakens)

32. ## English

I still have a few parts I'm unsure of. I really hope you can help me. It's urgent, especially the last paragraph n.7 1)In the second stanza, the soldiers succeed in putting on their clumsy gas masks. Someone, however, is still crying out for help, unable

33. ## launguage arts

from “Silkweed” by Philip Henry Savage 1 Softly, as if instinct with thought, 2 They float and drift, delay and turn; 3 And one avoids and one is caught, 4 Between an oak-leaf and a fern. Use the excerpt to answer the question. Which lines from the

34. ## English

1) The wedding guest hadn't chosen to hear the mariner's tale 2) The storm changes the course of the ship (it it correct to use "course") and is represented as a huge bird (is as correct?) 3) The flowers help (better enable??) the poet to think about his

35. ## English

11. From which of the following lines can readers infer that Marge Piercy, the poet who wrote "To Be of Use," views hard work as an activity that is worthwhile? A. "the black sleek heads if seals" B. "bouncing like half-submerged balls" C. "who do what has

36. ## Algebra

What type of lines would make up a system with no solution? A) perpendicular lines B) intersecting lines C) the same line D) parallel lines

37. ## English

Could you please check which tense is best in the following sentences? Thank you. (The poet remembers a walk he went on with his sister, during which he was struck by the song of a Highland Lass.) 1) The poet doesn’t know the song she is singing. 2) As a

38. ## English 3

In which sentence is the meaning of the word oppresses expressed? A. The poet writes about how the death of loved ones weighs on her.***** B. She composes several poems about the nature of death. C. The poet has a rich imagination that shows in her poetry.

39. ## English

Margaret Atwood is a Canadian novelist and poet. Would the adjectives in the sentence be novelist, poet and Canadian is a Proper Adj

40. ## QUOTATION MARKS

When quoting two lines of poetry, what should you do? set off the lines as you would a longer quotation insert the lines the way you would any other quote, but in between the two lines of poetry, insert a slash insert the lines the way you would any other

41. ## geometry

Which of the following statements best describe Euclid's axioms about lines? A. Two distinct lines intersect in an inifinite number of points. B. A line contains a finite number of points. C. Lines contain exactly two points. D. Lines contain an infinite

42. ## English

Thank you very much for helping me rephrase it. I wonder if you could help me express the message Eliot wants to convey through his poem. What do the dried tubers symbolize? Thank you. 1) Eliot, however, prefers the winter because it lets men leave in

43. ## English

I forgot to include the following sentences. I really hope you can help me. 7) The poet makes use/employs of musical devices such as repetition, assonance and alliteration (all singular??). 8) The wind, for examples, is treated like (as?) a human being,

44. ## English lit

I need to write a explication about this poem, can you help? A poem comes straight from inside the heart A poet with his own poem he will never part A poet feels and can see what others cannot see A poet can see beauty in bees and the fruitful pure tree A

45. ## English

Thank you very much for your revision! I just wanted to know if I can use indirect speech in this rephrase: Then the poet has doubts about the fate of a fair youth. Will he also undergo the ravages of time since sweet and beautiful creatures don't stay

46. ## English

Could you please check these sentences, please? I'm not sure about the rephrase. 1)In the first stanza the poet remembers wondering aimlessly and alone in the countryside. All at once he was amazed by the sight of a crowd of daffodils dancing ad fluttering

47. ## english

Iam analyzing T S Eliot's poem Boston Evening Transcript. I know he is comparing readers with nonreaders but I can't come up with the theme. I can't figure out what the message is by Eliot taking jabs at the readers of the paper.

48. ## English

Can you please help me rephrase this paragraph taken from Chapter 5 of Virginia Woolf's "To the Lighthouse"? 1) Mrs. Ramsay has James stand so she can measure a stocking she is knitting against his leg. 2) It is a stocking for the lighthouse keeper's

49. ## poetry

from details about blossoms in both the first and third haiku what conclusion can you draw? the poet feels exceedingly lonely the poet lives in an urban setting the poet enjoys the gentle beauty of nature the poet enjoys the drama of nature at its most

50. ## English

I really need your help to rephrase the following lines taken from Owen's "Dulce et decorum est". I included a lot of question marks for the parts to rephrase. 1)In the second stanza the soldiers succeed in putting on thier clumsy helmets.Someone, however,

51. ## English

I really need you to check these sentences on Owen's poem please. 1)In the second stanza, most of the soldiers succeed in putting on their clumsy gas masks. Someone, however, is still crying out for help, unable to move quickly and easily enough to put on

what are the poet's literal meaning of lines 7-8?

53. ## English

Can you please check if the following sentences are grammatical? Thank you. (especially questions 1-2) 1) Outline T.S. Eliot’s poetic theory as expressed in his essay Tradition and individual talent. 2) Outline T.S.Eliot's poetic theory and then draw a

54. ## Art

I left out the following sentences. Thank you Writeacher. 1) The objective correlative is a phrase coined by Eliot himself, who maintained that poetry must be objective, impersonal, and images are the objective correlative of the emotions they aim to

55. ## English

What happens in this haiku? Sick on my journey, only my dreams will wander these desolate moors. A. The poet is ill and cannot hike across the moors B. the poet sees flowers and takes heart in their beauty C. The poet hikes across the moors and then

56. ## English

Thank you very much for your last suggestions! Can you check these last statements of the day, please? Thank you 1) The mirror is a recurrent theme in the poetry of the American poetess Sylvia Plath. Describe its characteristics, qualities and symbolic

57. ## English

Writeacher, I need to rephrase a few verbs related to film stars. I also wanted to prepare a sort of vocabulary to be used when describing music groups. Can you suggest a website? Thank you very much. 1) She's been involved in show business (?) since she

58. ## English

1. They are a poet and a statesman. 2. He is a poet and statesman. 3. They are a poet and statesman. 4. Both are a poet and a statesman. (Are they all grammatical? In #1 does 'they' refer to 'Both'?)

59. ## English

I have a few more doubts. Thank you. 1) I keep fit by doing exercise every day. 2) What are you playing at? (How would you rephrase it?) 3) He is making breakfast on his own/by himself/alone (Do they have the same meaning?) 4) Get moving ! I'm on my way.

60. ## English

I need your help to rephrase the description of Friday in Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. I really hope you can help me! 1) First I let you have a look at the sentences I need to rephrase: " a comely handsome fellow, perfectly well made, with straight strong

61. ## math

Find the slope of the lines that are (a) parallel lines (b) perpendicular lines to the lines passing through the pair of points (3, 4)(2,-1)

62. ## English 10 - Poetry

Poem: Annabel Lee Poet: Edgar Allan Poe What have you learned about the poet that contributes to the type of poetry he writes? Write at a short paragraph including at least one of the following: 1.) Personal Beliefs 2.) Nationality or Ethnicity 3.) Male of

63. ## poetry

Poem: Annabel Lee Poet: Edgar Allan Poe What have you learned about the poet that contributes to the type of poetry he writes? Write at a short paragraph including at least one of the following: 1.) Personal Beliefs 2.) Nationality or Ethnicity 3.) Male of

64. ## English

1) The albatross as well as the spirits, the angels and the sea monsters are other supernatural elements (Is it correct or is it better to say "Other supernatural elements include...)? 2) The poet makes order (is it correct??) in a world which was

65. ## English

1) The albatross as well as the spirits, the angels and the sea monsters are other supernatural elements (Is it correct or is it better to say "Other supernatural elements include...)? 2) The poet makes order (is it correct??) in a world which was

66. ## English

Can you check these sentences for me, please? Thank you 1) Eliot's The Waste Land is divided into five unequal sections which show no realistic or logical continuity. 2) The first four sections correspond to the four Greek classical elements of earth,

67. ## MATH HELP

A consistent system of equations is a system with __________. the same line parallel lines intersecting lines and lines that have the same slope intersecting lines and lines that have the same equation

68. ## English

I forgot to include the following statements I need to prepare for tomorrow. Thank you very much for your last corrections writeacher! 1)An omniscient narrator has an unlimited point of view OR He tells the story from an unlimited point of view. An

69. ## English

from "SILKWEED" by Philip Henry Savage 1 Softly, as if instinct with thought, 2 They float and drift, delay and turn; 3 And one avoids and one is caught, 4 Between an oak-leaf and a fern. _______________________________ use the excerpt to answer the

70. ## Geometry

Solve for x 5/3 / 4/3 = x / 20/9 x= 25/9 =2.77777.... 5/4 = x/3 x= 15/4 = 3.75 20/36 / 21/x x= 189/5 = 37.8 x/6 = x+1 / 9 x= 2 Tell whether the lines are parallel based on the given proportions (I think they are supposed to come out equal in order for the

71. ## English

Language Arts 8B Unit 2 Lesson 19 Open book test ”President Lincoln’s Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863” 1. In the third stanza of the poem, which lines rhyme? -lines 9 and 10 (A) -lines 10 and 11 (B) -lines 10 and 12 (C) -lines 9 and 12

72. ## English

I really need your help to rephrase the poem "Preludes" by T.S.Eliot. I don't need an intepretation of the poem, though. I)The winter evening settles down With smell of steaks in passageways. Six o'clock. The burnt-out ends of smoky days. And now a gusty

73. ## English

I need to paraphrase some lines from Beowulf for tomorrow. I really hope you could answer this as well as the previous message I posted to you. Thank you in advance!! 1) The breath of the dragon billowed (how can I rephrase it? “rose and fell”,

74. ## Art

Could you please check these sentences, too? Thank you very much. 1) The Waste Land is a complex long poem of 433 lines about a “waste land” which seems both personal and external. It is divided into five sections and is dedicated to Eliot’s friend

75. ## English

Could you please help me rephrase these sentences? Thank you. 1) Dad took the day off to come with me. (Rephrase?) 2) Don't take too much work on (rephrase?) 3) They took 20% off the list price. They removed 20% from the list price (is there another verb I

76. ## Art

Thank you very much, Writeacher. I left out the following statements. 1) The poem successfully expresses the modern artist’s disillusion with the modern world and, at the same time, the desperate need and search for a new tradition. 2) It also represents

77. ## English

Writeacher, I urgently need to rephrase Shakespeare's sonnet "When I do Count the Clock that Tells the Time". The rephrase must be simple and straightforward. Can you recommend a website? Thank you very much!!!

78. ## English

Can you please check these few sentences, please? Thank you. I'm not sure about the paraphrasis of a Will Smith's song. 1) The members of Sinn Fein protested (I need a synonym) about the discrimination against Catholics. 2) Heavy bomber raids continued on

79. ## Language

On sweet plum blossoms The sun rises suddenly. Look a mountain path! Has spring come indeed? On that nameless mountain lie thin layers of min. Temple bells die out. The fragrant blossoms remain. A perfect evening! from details about blossom in both the

80. ## English

Here is interview 4. Could you please help me rephrase it, especially the part with (??) which I can't understand. 5)Speaker 4 is again very colloquial. “I’ve had quite a few interviews for, let’s see, about 4 jobs. So I was getting a bit blasé

81. ## English

Can you help me rephrase a few lines taken from The General Prologue to the Prioress Tale? Thank you very much. 1) "Her way of smiling was very simple and coy. Her greatest oath was only "By St.Loy" 2) Rephrase: Her smile was simple and timid (?)Her

82. ## ELAR

In the last stanza (lines 7-10), what main idea is conveyed through the poet's use of personification, or giving human qualities to a non - human thing?

83. ## english

I need to write a mini research paper on a modernist poet of my choice... I'm having trouble deciding on what poet to use and how i can develop a strong thesis.. any help would be much appreciated.

84. ## English

Is it a mistake to write "Nature ceased to be consideres "as" a real living being?" I included a few more sentences. Thank you. 1) In the fourth stanza the poet suggests that in order to hear the voice of nature we should be in a state of inner emptiness

85. ## English

I really need to know if all the coorections are OK. It is really urgent. 1)The subject of the poem is the description of some soldiers while they are retreating through (toward) their trenches. 2)They should be young and strong but, because of their

86. ## Art

Can you please check if my rephrase is OK? I need to rephrase my previous post. I can't leave the sentences as they were. Thank you, Ms Sue. How does George Orwell describe Winston Smith in the opening of Nineteen Eighty-Four? Make referece to the place

87. ## robert brown the poet

thanks for that son got name wrong is robert browning thanks for the help need website showing life facts etc about the poet robert brown http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient-ff&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGGL,GGGL:2006-39,GGGL:en&q=robert+brown+poet Robert

88. ## ELA 2A:Q Strand BCD

1. The poet identifies natural wonders such as_ green hills wide oceans-- many lakes rocky canyons 2. The photo of the family is portrayed as_ unrealistic frightening beautiful true to life-- 3. The poet would like tourists to see her country's_ families

89. ## English

Can you check my paraphrase of the poem "Daffodils" by W. Wordsworth, please? Thank you very much. 1)This poem recounts (deals with, talks about?) the experience of a walk Wordsworth went for with his sister Dorothy near their home in the Lake District.

90. ## "o caaption!My caption!"In ela!!Urget!!

1)In "o caption!my caption!"the poet is morning.... 2)Why are the people acting as they are in the following lines of "o caption!My caption"? *for you banquets and ribbon'd wreaths* *for you the swaying mass,their eager faces turning* 3)in the first line

91. ## English

Can you check the grammar in the following statements I need to prepare for tomorrow, please? I just want to make sure that the use of the prepositions and pronouns is correct. Thank you very much in advance. 1)A simile is a stated comparison between two

92. ## english

1) i don't if these entences are good. The poet tells his audience to not mourn after his death, because he is going to his permanent home, heaven. 2) Thus, the poet is conceptualizing that even if you die you would always meet your family and friends in

93. ## English

I forgot to include the following sentences. I really hope you can have a look at them. 1)The daffodils are described not as static like in a painting but as alive with motion. 2) Actually, they are fluttering and dancing in the breeze, and tossing their

94. ## Ela

Can you check if my answers are correct because i am having trouble with it? The Kingdoms End I stand at the edge of the sea, watching waves wash onto the sand. White foams spills over my feet into the moat of an abandoned castle. The king and his court

95. ## English

I did the corrections myself. I included them in brackets. Can you see if they are correct? Thank you. 1)The subject of the poem is the description of some soldiers while they are retreating through (toward) their trenches. 2)They should be young and

96. ## English

I considered the website you suggested to me but I find it difficult to rewrite it in prose. I simply varied all the instances of “I” with “he” , that is the poet, but I don’t know how to simplify it and how to vary “you”, “your”. Please

97. ## english

can someone explain this quote"I Have measured out my life with coffee spoons" by T.S.Eliot

98. ## English

Could you please tell me if the sentence is possible? "Emotions/emotion, thanks to or through"? The sensory experience, for example the sight of the daffodils, sets the poet's visionary power in action. Thus the poet recollects and contemplates past

99. ## Geometry

What is the relative position of two lines if their orthogonal projection onto the projection planes are a) parallel lines b) coinciding lines c) intersecting lines

100. ## Health

Writeacher, I need you help to rephrase and answer a question on the use of children in advertising. 1) I need to rephrase this: “ Advertisers want to reach into the hearts and minds of the people who are watching the ads. Today’s washing powders