onomatopoeia

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  1. Poetry question

    Poems that use onomatopoeia arouse the sense of: sound, touch, smell or sight? Doesn't poems that use onomatopoeia ariuse the sense of sound? I think that it is sound. It is a word that is used to create a sound effect. for example sizzle, snap sorry- I

    asked by Bailey on February 6, 2007
  2. english

    It SHUSHES It hushes The loudness in the road. It flitter-twitters, And laughs away from me. It laughs a lovely whiteness, And whitely whirls away, To be Some otherwhere, Still white as milk or shirts, So beautiful it hurts. Does the poet’s use of

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on January 13, 2015
  3. Language

    Which of the following is an example of onomatopoeia? A puddle a jump puddle splosh•• Jump in and slide Umbrella umbrella umbrella umbrella Bumbershoot barrel of rain What is the onomatopoeia describing? The amount of rain The sound of someone jumping

    asked by Help! on March 8, 2016
  4. English

    1) The tea was cold, the fire was dead; What figurative language is this? A)assonance Eliminate B)onomatopoeia C)alliteration D)internal rhyme 2) Which stylistic or literary device is used in the line: ‘Sick with a fear that had no form? A)simile and

    asked by Sue. on January 14, 2015
  5. Language Arts

    Lesson 19: Rythm and Rhyme Unit Test gifted and talented language arts 6 B unit 2: Rythm and Rhyme Write 1-2 paragraphs in response to the following prompt: Explain how repetition, alliteration, and onomatopoeia are all used in lines 6-7 of “Cynthia in

    asked by Connexus on April 24, 2018
  6. L.A

    Onomatopoeia: The rusty spigot sputters, utters a splutter,spatters a smattering of drops, gashes wider, slash, spatters, scatters,spurts, finally stops sputtering and plash! gushes rushes splashes clear water dashes. What is happening in ''onomatopoeia''?

    asked by me on February 19, 2016
  7. writing

    What is a example of a onomatopoeia for a butterfly?

    asked by Samantha on January 25, 2017
  8. English

    Is "brittle" an onomatopoeia?

    asked by Anna on March 4, 2011
  9. L.A

    What is the effect of onomatopoeia in a poem?

    asked by Evie on April 26, 2010
  10. English-Poetry

    do you know any bird poems that have alliteration, personification, imagery, hyperbole, and onomatopoeia?? please help!!!!

    asked by Tony on November 2, 2008
  11. Vocab

    I’m excited about my vacation. The beach has been calling my name. A. Personification B. Irony C. Hyperbole D. Onomatopoeia A??

    asked by Alex on November 13, 2015
  12. englsih

    in the poem the sloth by theodore roethke is there any personification, alliteration, imagery or onomatopoeia

    asked by jo on March 14, 2012
  13. Vocabulary

    My sister thinks she is psychic. She says she has ESPN. A. Irony B. Onomatopoeia C. Pun D. Malapropism D?

    asked by Ms. Sue Please help me on June 4, 2016
  14. English

    According to Safire, all the following words are usual examples of onomatopoeia except: A. hiss B. babble C. buzz D. chaos D?

    asked by Mads on January 29, 2016
  15. English

    In “Summer,” the word buzzin is an example of which of the following sound devices? A. alliteration B. assonance C. onomatopoeia D. consonance C?

    asked by quick help needed on May 19, 2016
  16. poetry for english

    i need to write three more poems for english about child abuse using onomatopoeia, personification, voice, and alliteration

    asked by trennea on February 20, 2010
  17. English

    Is there euphony, cacophony, onomatopoeia in the poem Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou? Examples are needed.

    asked by Andrea on February 22, 2011
  18. English

    The words hum and ham are examples of which sound device? A. onomatopoeia B. consonance C. assonance D. alliteration A?

    asked by quick help needed on May 21, 2016
  19. Language arts

    Her many hands reach out to us. Her many tongues are garrulous. These lines make use of A. Aliteration B. onomatopoeia C. Simile D. Personification

    asked by Meagieting on September 22, 2012
  20. English

    Which of the following is the repetition of consonants as in hip and hop? A. assonance B. consonance C. alliteration D. onomatopoeia I am putting B, Do you agree with my answer?

    asked by Annie on November 28, 2014
  21. English literature

    From the poem the slave's dream please give one example for each of the following poetic techniques:simile,metaphor,alliteration,personification and onomatopoeia

    asked by Anonymous on August 22, 2017
  22. Literature

    Need help with this: Explain how rhyme, rhythm, and other sound effects such as alliteration, assonance, and onomatopoeia can contribute to a poem's mood. Thanks -MC

    asked by mysterychicken on November 27, 2009
  23. english

    He got it and he wore it and he tore it and he patched it, Which stylistic device is found in line 36? A) allusion B) inversion C) onomatopoeia D) repetition

    asked by Kamrul of Georgia on February 12, 2017
  24. Lit.

    In Derek Walcott's poem 52 the reference to the trenches of Agincourt, France is what? Is it a metaphor, allusion, personification, or onomatopoeia?

    asked by Cori on October 28, 2008
  25. english

    Explain how rhythm, rhyme, and other sound effects,alliteration, assonance, onomatopoeia,can contribute to a poem's mood.

    asked by taylor on December 13, 2009
  26. english

    when describing a deserted place how can you use onomatopoeia to biuld up the tension and make it fun for the reader? please give some examples thank you

    asked by Anonymous on October 2, 2011
  27. English

    Which sound device does this phrase demonstrate? cruel cackles of crazed crones A. consonance B. assonance C. alliteration D. onomatopoeia C?

    asked by quick help needed on May 29, 2016
  28. English

    The poetic device used in the line below is and example of ______. "For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams" internal rhyme*** irony a simile onomatopoeia

    asked by Kaai97 on April 26, 2016
  29. poetry

    what are some possible nature poems with a rhyme scheme of AAAA or AABB or ABAB or ABCB WITH alliteration,metaphor,onomatopoeia,personification,and simile

    asked by kassandra on May 5, 2010
  30. English

    “…you spoke Spanish formal as your father, the judge without a courtroom.” This quote shows what figurative language? A. metaphor B. simile C. personification D. onomatopoeia B?

    asked by quick help needed on May 19, 2016
  31. English language arts

    Can somebody PLEASE help me with this question urgently? What literary device is used in the STANZA below? it was going to be one of those days jinxed hexed hapless hopeless Choices: a.Onomatopoeia b.Alliteration c.Personification d.Metaphor thank you!!!!

    asked by Emmybelle on January 12, 2017
  32. USA TEST PREP

    I pull out all the stops and start my thorough speculation. In line 8, which literary device does the author use to create a musical quality? a) allusion B) free verse C) alliteration D) onomatopoeia

    asked by sandra on April 6, 2016
  33. English

    For what reason might an author use onomatopoeia in a story or poem? a. to help create a vivid picture*** b. to compare unlike items or concepts c. to give the text a song-like quality d. to represent something else

    asked by Kaai97 on June 13, 2016
  34. LANG ARTS 1

    The following lines of poetry are an example of which sound device? This is the pond, and these are my feet. This is the rooster, and this is more of my feet. alliteration repetition onomatopoeia rhyme

    asked by Amber on January 26, 2016
  35. English

    In “Summer,” the line “Bugs buzzin from cousin to cousin” illustrates which sound device? A. alliteration B. assonance C. onomatopoeia D. all of the above I believe it is D, Do you agree?

    asked by Annie on November 28, 2014
  36. ELA

    The following lines of poetry are an example of which sound device? This is the pond, and these are my feet. This is the rooster, and this is more of my feet. (alliteration) repetition onomatopoeia rhyme Ms. Sue is this right

    asked by Help I need somebody not just anybody on February 1, 2017
  37. Literature

    Need help with this: 'Explain how rhyme, rhythm, and other sound effect such as alliteration, assonance, and onomatopoeia, can contribute to a poem's mood. Support your ideas with examples from the two poems 'American Hero' and 'The Gift' Thanks -MC

    asked by mysterychicken on December 4, 2009
  38. poetry

    I need a poem that contains at least six of the poetic devices listed below: simile metaphor personification onomatopoeia alliteration rhyme rhythm rhyme scheme repetition

    asked by Shelley on May 15, 2011
  39. onomatopoeia

    This should be relavantly easy and yet,i'm still blank! I just need a couple of examples of sounds in the city and the country in onomatopoeia form. (it's for 2 onomatopia poems,one incity,one in country)

    asked by Jaylee on September 25, 2009
  40. English

    "Suddenly there came a tapping, / As of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber doors". Which poetic device does Poe use in these lines? A. consonance B. hyperbole C. metaphor D. onomatopoeia is it A or b.

    asked by hi on June 4, 2017
  41. English I Part II College Prep Program

    Give two examples of each of the following elements of poetry from the poems you have read in Units 4, 5, and 6. Metaphor: Simile: Personification: Onomatopoeia: Imagery: Sensory Language: Rhyme: Alliteration: Assonance: Consonance: Repetition:

    asked by Delta on June 5, 2012
  42. English

    The following quote from “An Ancient Gesture” is an example of what literary element? “I thought, as I wiped my eyes on the corner of my apron: Penelope did this too. And more than once: you can’t keep weaving all day And undoing it all through the

    asked by quick help needed on May 24, 2016
  43. english check answers

    Here’s a quick biography of how I came to be, 1 the junior lead detective who researches fearlessly. 2 The probability, I find, is just as good as coincidence 3 that I’ll find some hidden mystery by watching some events. 4 This vocation, fair and true,

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on January 13, 2015
  44. English

    Which line from the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia? (1 point) A. The Sea murmurs sleepily in the cool morning dawn.

    asked by Anonymous on June 5, 2014
  45. Language Arts

    1. which of the following lines contains the best example of onomatopoeia a. she glowed like a candle, clear night b. the child made a wish on the eventing star c. the buzz saw sputtered and droned ** d. the tiger came closer - and closer - and closer

    asked by Skyler on February 9, 2016
  46. English

    The phrase, "The rogues ran rapidly around,” is a good example of 1.alliteration. 2.assonance. 3.onomatopoeia. 4.personification. I believe the answer is between alliteration and assonance.

    asked by Mark on December 11, 2008
  47. English

    “Ball goes in (thwack) to mitt,/ and goes out (thwack) back to mitt.” This is an example of which sound device? A. onomatopoeia B. assonance C. consonance D. alliteration A?

    asked by quick help needed on May 19, 2016
  48. english (3rd grade)

    Please help me to pick out 6 lines from the poem Invictus of William Ernest Henley that used sensory images and identify the sense used for each line.I also need to pick out one line that used onomatopoeia.

    asked by rubens on December 28, 2014
  49. english

    Please help me to pick out 6 lines from the poem Invictus of William Ernest Henley that used sensory images and identify the sense used for each line.I also need to pick out one line that used onomatopoeia.

    asked by rubens on December 30, 2014
  50. English

    Identify the sound device Shakespeare uses in this passage: HAMLET. Whose spirit with divine ambition puffed Makes mouths at the invisible event, —Hamlet, act 4, scene 4 I think it is D assonance alliteration onomatopoeia meter

    asked by Anonymous on December 24, 2014
  51. English 9

    Ok, I really need help!! In my english class, we are supposed to find two examples of onomatopoeia in the poem "Porphyria's Lover" by Robert Browning. I can only find one!! Any ideas, anyone?? Thanks! Murmuring? thanks, but that's the one that i already

    asked by Michelle on December 19, 2006
  52. Poetry

    I need a poem that contains at least six of the poetic devices listed below: simile metaphor personification onomatopoeia alliteration rhyme rhythm rhyme scheme repetition I need this poem before 7 pm tonight, because my assignment is due tomorrow.

    asked by Shelley on May 15, 2011
  53. la

    what kind of poem is this? ONOMATOPOEIA by: EVE MERRIAM The rusty spigot sputters, utters a splutter, 5 spatters a smattering of drops, gashes wider; slash, splatters, scatters, 10 spurts, finally stops sputtering and plash! gushes rushes splashes clear

    asked by me on March 3, 2016
  54. Reading

    O, sweep of stars over Harlem Streets O, little breath of oblivion that is night 1) what literary device is used in line 2? Metaphor or onomatopoeia? 2) "little breath of oblivion" refers to what quality of night? Bleakness or silence?

    asked by Stars on October 21, 2012
  55. ENGLISH

    Please help me to pick out 6 lines from the poem Invictus of William Ernest Henley that used sensory images and identify the sense used for each line.I also need to pick out one line that used onomatopoeia. I only Have one answer Black as the pit from pole

    asked by ZACHARY on December 31, 2014
  56. English

    The following quote from “Pecos Bill” is an example of what type of figurative language? “Bill glanced up at the cyclone and the quiet smile on his face faded into a frown. He saw that the cyclone was angry. Very, very angry indeed.” A.

    asked by quick help needed on May 24, 2016
  57. Literature

    'Write a sentence describing the sounds made by each of the following things. Try to use onomatopoeia and alliteration to echo the sounds you hear' 1. a rainy, windy night 2. a cat eating dry pet food 3. a dumming practicing 4. a city street 5. a person

    asked by mysterychicken on November 24, 2009
  58. English

    Can someone help me write a simple poem, using the following?: 1 Example of Anaphora 1 Example of Catalogue of Items 1 Strong Image (use at least 10 words) 1 Example of Onomatopoeia 1 Example EACH of Assonance, Alliteration, and Consonance I'd really

    asked by Laurent on February 27, 2015
  59. English

    From reading "Birches," we can conclude that the speaker is a(n): A: Boy B: Birch tree C: old man D: girl on her hands and knees Answer : A ? "Song" makes extensive use of : A: assonance B: personification C: rhyme D: onomatopoeia Answer: C "The creation"

    asked by Ciara on March 27, 2013
  60. 5th grade Language Arts

    I have a couple of phrases/sentences that need to be labeled as a type of figurative language. 1. Pitter Patter, raindrops are falling from the sky. (could this be onomatopoeia or personification?) 2. Boil the butter and bring it by the bank. (could this

    asked by Alex on January 15, 2013
  61. READING

    Which line in the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia? A. Line 6 B. Line 7 C. Line 14 D. Line 15 Line 6: and you'll forget all about that broccoli you chop Line 7: Rock candy looks like beautiful glass Line 14: but spinach tastes all gritty and sandy

    asked by Bob on November 14, 2011
  62. Reading

    Which line in the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia? A. Line 6 B. Line 7 C. Line 14 D. Line 15 Line 6: and you'll forget all about that broccoli you chop Line 7: Rock candy looks like beautiful glass Line 14: but spinach tastes all gritty and sandy

    asked by Bob on November 14, 2011
  63. english

    Which literary device is used in this poem? For a Lady I Know by Countee Cullen She even thinks that up in heaven Her class lies late and snores While poor black cherubs rise at seven To do celestial chores. a. onomatopoeia b. repetition c. hyperbole d.

    asked by marie on March 12, 2017
  64. math

    Vanna Black pays money for vowels. If consonants are worth nothing and the following words are worth the following amounts, then find the value of each vowel. All vowels are worth the same amount in each but each vowel has a different value. Audacious=$260

    asked by Michaela on January 10, 2011
  65. Calculus

    Vanna Red sells the vowels a, e, i, o, and u each for a different price but less than $250. Consonants are free. You must pay separately for each occurrence of a vowel in a word. Audacious sells for $260, equivocations for $340, inimitable for $225,

    asked by Jas on February 13, 2008
  66. math

    Vanna Red sells the vowels a, e, i, o, and u each for a different price but less than $250. Consonants are free. You must pay separately for each occurrence of a vowel in a word. Audacious sells for $260, equivocations for $340, inimitable for $225,

    asked by Jas on February 14, 2008
  67. English

    Thank you very much for your last corrections. Can you please let me know if the following statements are correct? 1)Briefly outline the different types of narrator you can encounter when reading a narrative text/or in a narrative text? Refer then to the

    asked by Franco on March 18, 2010
  68. language arts

    Which of the following name figurative Language. Metaphor Rhythm Definition my answer Dialogue Which of the following lines of poetry contains a simile The smell of sweet happiness swirls from the bakery door The last bird-song of the day greets the

    asked by Samantha on January 19, 2016
  69. English

    My homework assignment is to take Walt Whitmans poem, "I Hear America Singing" and replace words/lines in the poem with the following: 1 Example of Parallel Structure or Anaphora 1 Catalogue of Items 1 Strong Image (use at least 10 words) 1 Example of

    asked by Shalee on February 27, 2015
  70. English

    The phrase "radiant maiden" in the poem "The Raven" is an example of? A: Assonance B: Alliteration C: Onomatopoeia I chose A is this correct? Thank you In Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Bells", how does the tone change from the begging to the end? A: From sad

    asked by Marylyn on May 17, 2016
  71. Help L.A.

    Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly ring his knell; Ding-dong. Hark! Now I hear

    asked by Coral on February 15, 2016
  72. English

    1. What does Quindlen call feeding babies, walking dogs, and doing household jobs? A. difficult chores B. simple daily routines C. well-paid occupations D. enjoyable pastimes 2.What group of people does Quindlen decide are “correct” in their views? A.

    asked by Crystal on June 9, 2012
  73. LA

    The rusty spigot sputters, utters a splutter, spatters a smattering of drops, gashes wider; slash, splatters, scatters, spurts, finally stops sputtering and plash! gushes rushes splashes clear water dashes 2. What is happening in “Onomatopoeia”? A. A

    asked by Judith on February 3, 2016
  74. english

    The Pied Piper of Hamelin ― Robert Browning "Then, like a musical adept, To blow the pipe his lips he wrinkled, And green and blue his sharp eyes twinkled, Like a candle-flame where salt is sprinkled; And ere three shrill notes the pipe uttered, You

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on December 9, 2014
  75. english

    Tlot-tlot; tlot-tlot! Had they heard it? The horse-hoofs ringing clear; Tlot-tlot, tlot-tlot, in the distance? Were they deaf that they did not hear? Down the ribbon of moonlight, over the brow of the hill, The highwayman came riding, Riding, riding! The

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on December 9, 2014
  76. Language Arts

    "Full Fathom Five" by - William Shakespeare Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly

    asked by Rita on February 3, 2016
  77. Language

    The rusty spigot sputters, utters a splutter, spatters a smattering of drops, gashes wider; slash, splatters, scatters, spurts, finally stops sputtering and plash! gushes rushes splashes clear water dashes 3. What is happening in “Onomatopoeia”? A. A

    asked by Kiana on February 11, 2016
  78. English

    I need help with 2 questions for this poem: Hear, nature, hear; dear goddess, hear! Suspend thy purpose, if thou didst intend To make this creature fruitful! Into her womb convey sterility! Dry up in her the organs of increase; [5] And from her derogate

    asked by Annie on January 17, 2015
  79. english

    Which excerpt from Carl Sandburg’s "Three Boys with Jugs of Molasses and Secret Ambitions" includes both alliteration and onomatopoeia? a."And I like you because you got some wishes and some suspicions and you look mixed up," he said to Miney Mo,

    asked by marie on March 5, 2017
  80. English

    1. Dialectical poetry is poetry that a uses a unique rhyme scheme and meter. b has fourteen lines and uses iambic pentameter. c uses language that is specific to a geographic location. d is based on symbols that represent opposite extremes. 2. Which of

    asked by Drea on February 24, 2013
  81. ELA

    1.which of the following names a type of figurative language a.(Metaphor) b.Rhythm c.Definition d.Dialogue 2.what of the following lines of poetry contains a simile a.the smell of sweet happiness swirls from the bakery door b.the last bird-song of the day

    asked by Help I need somebody not just anybody on February 1, 2017
  82. English

    1. The sound device in which vowel sounds of nearby words are repeated is called (1 point) alliteration assonance consonance onomatopoeia 2. The word wail is an example of (1 point) alliteration assonance consonance onomatopoeia 3. In “The Rime of the

    asked by boo on January 18, 2017
  83. Language Arts

    Hello, can someone please check my answers? :) 1. How would you describe to others a person with ambition? (1 point) someone who withdraws from his family someone who strives for success*** someone who buys anything he wants someone who moves frequently 2.

    asked by Britney on November 22, 2013
  84. programming and visual basics

    Using pseudocode or a flowchart write a program that does the following: Design the logic for the game Hangman, in which the user guesses letters in a hidden word. Store the letters of a word in an array of characters. Display a dash for each missing

    asked by mel on March 30, 2016
  85. english

    MUSICIANS wrestle everywhere: All day, among the crowded air, I hear the silver strife; And—waking long before the dawn— Such transport breaks upon the town5 I think it that “new life!" It is not bird, it has no nest; Nor band, in brass and scarlet

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on January 12, 2015
  86. English

    "I looked upon the scene before me—upon the mere house, and the simple landscape features of the domain—upon the bleak walls—upon the vacant eyelike windows—upon a few rank sedges—and upon a few white trunks of decayed trees—with an utter

    asked by Anonymous on December 17, 2013
  87. English

    Can someone please help me to find poetic devices in this poem? I found metaphors, visual imagery and onomatopoeia. Any more? Phenomenal Woman Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size But when I start

    asked by Gaveen on March 1, 2010
  88. 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

    asked by Mariam on April 12, 2015
  89. English

    Thank you very much for helping me! Your information was really of help can you say that?) Here is a paragraph I wrote on Dulce et Decorum Est by Owen. I know it is incomplete. I also need to find more data on the "War poets" and on this poem, too. Can you

    asked by Mike on March 20, 2011
  90. English (Please help Ms. Sue)

    Please check these. Thank you!!! 1. Which quote from "The Morning of June 28, 1948," best illustrates the idea that people in a group can behave dangerously? a. "All I know is that when I came to read the story over I felt strongly that I didn't want to

    asked by SpitFireRedHead on April 16, 2016
  91. ELA

    This is the poem question 1 is talking about. Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade But doth suffer a sea change Into something rich and strange. Sea nymphs hourly

    asked by Conexus ELA quiz Help Please on February 16, 2017
  92. Literature Homework

    Hello! I need some help with some questions regarding these poems: Hear, nature, hear; dear goddess, hear! Suspend thy purpose, if thou didst intend To make this creature fruitful! Into her womb convey sterility! Dry up in her the organs of increase; [5]

    asked by Daniella on January 15, 2015
  93. English Communication

    6. Each of the following words has the suffix -ed. Which word is spelled correctly? A. Plotted B. Preenned C. Duckked D. Cleanned 8. When reading a newspaper, you come across the word subterranean. You guess the meaning of the word by breaking it into its

    asked by Hennessey on January 22, 2013
  94. English

    Hey, I was wondering if I could get some help looking for figurative language in this poem, like simile, assonance, alliteration, personification, metaphor, onomatopoeia, ext. Thanks! What do I care that the stream is trampled, the sand on the stream-bank

    asked by Briana on January 10, 2010
  95. english.

    “[R]emembering the rhythm” and “backs of buses” both contain examples of (1 point) alliteration. stanzas. rhyme. onomatopoeia. 2. Choose the option that corrects the sentence below. If the sentence is correct, select “d. The sentence is correct."

    asked by bella on April 28, 2013
  96. creative writing

    1. Poetry that is short in length and focuses on feelings and thoughts of the speaker or narrator is called:(Points : 3) narrative lyric a ballad a haiku 2. What is the rhyme scheme of most limericks?(Points : 3) AABBA ABBBA ABCABC AAAAB 3. Which is true

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on November 10, 2014
  97. English

    Please look over my answer. The first set of questions all refer to this poem: When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes I all alone beweep my outcast state, And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, And look upon myself, and curse my fate,

    asked by Anonymous on December 21, 2011
  98. Language

    One Summer Day The Sea murmurs sleepily in the cool morning dawn, Tossing and turning under her blanket of fog, which thins and then vanishes as the sun rises. The Sea awakens, wondering what the day will bring. Then the Sun begins to warm the ivory sand,

    asked by TheVroomin on February 3, 2018
  99. Language Arts - Please Help!

    The Sun arise, And make happy the skies. The merry bells ring To welcome the Spring. The sky-lark and thrush, The birds of the bush, Sing louder around, To the bells' cheerful sound. While our sports shall be seen On the Ecchoing Green. Till the little

    asked by Emerson on January 12, 2016
  100. English

    CHECK MY ANSWERS, I NEED to 100% 1. Choose the word that best defines the italicized word. The rescue workers discovered the dog (cowering) in the closet. A - barking B - cringing (my answer) C - dying D - sleeping 2. Read these lines from Robert Burn’s

    asked by Keith on February 12, 2018

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