yasminb

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  1. reading

    compare and contrast Romeo and Juliet Soliloquies in act 2. what differences are revealed about their understanding of romantic relationships Juliet is a little more cautious than Romeo. She laments the fact that Romeo is a Montague and wonders how she

    asked on May 13, 2014
  2. u.s. history

    The changes that took place in the U.S. during WW1 and the changes that took place in the U.S. following the attacks of September 11, 2001 ww1: *moved form agricultural to manufacturing society *women started to move into the industry, fighting for the

    asked on May 22, 2014
  3. history

    why according to senator Norris is the united states on the verge of entering ww1? what does Norris predict will happen if the u.s. enters the war.

    asked on May 9, 2014
  4. u.s. history

    How does the tone of the poem change between stanzas 1 and 2, and what does that represent? Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge, Till on the haunting flares we turned our backs And towards

    asked on May 20, 2014
  5. reading

    how and when does shakespeare use foreshadowing to introduce a revenge theme The combination of forced patience and pure rage is making my body tremble. I’ll leave here now, but Romeo’s prank, which seems so sweet to him now, will turn bitter to him

    asked on May 3, 2014
  6. reading

    how and when does Shakespeare use a specific conflict in Act 1 to introduce or develop the theme of forbidden love? Romeo tells Benvolio that he is in love with Rosaline, but that she does not return his feelings and has in fact sworn to live a life of

    asked on May 3, 2014
  7. u.s. history

    changes that occurred during WWI and after 9/11?

    asked on May 21, 2014
  8. u.s. history

    ways in which life changed on the home front during WWI. can i put that it caused everyone to ration. most ppl would plant victory garden and buy good in stores to send to the troops. everyone had stamp book which they could buy things in the store. kids

    asked on May 21, 2014
  9. u.s. history

    comparing the kinds of changes that took place in the United States during WWI with changes that took place in the U.S. following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

    asked on May 21, 2014
  10. u.s. history

    ways in which life changed on the home front during WWI.

    asked on May 21, 2014
  11. u.s. history

    Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge, Till on the haunting flares we turned our backs And towards our distant rest began to trudge. Men marched asleep. Many had lost their boots But limped on,

    asked on May 20, 2014
  12. The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l

    If in some smothering dreams you too could pace Behind the wagon that we flung him in. And watched the white eyes writhing in his face, His hanging face, like a devil’s sick of sin; If you could hear, at every jolt, the blood Come gargling from the

    asked on May 20, 2014
  13. u.s. history

    .What do you think were the challenges the United States faced in remaining neutral during World War I? 2.What was the purpose of the Selective Service Act? What was a conscientious objector? 3.Write a paragraph arguing either for or against a mandatory

    asked on May 14, 2014
  14. tech

    live life to the fullest what are some symbols/pictures that represent "living life to the fullest?

    asked on May 7, 2014
  15. reading

    i did all of them except these i need help all the questions look like they repeat themselves i don't know if i'm doing them correct 1.how does shakespeare use situationaL irony in act 1 to introduce or develop the impulsive thinking theme 2.what is verbal

    asked on May 4, 2014
  16. reading

    how and when does Shakespeare use a specific conflict in Act 1 to introduce or develop the impulsive decision-making theme? Benvolio tells Romeo that the feast will be the perfect opportunity to compare Rosaline with the other beautiful women of Verona.

    asked on May 3, 2014
  17. reading

    what is a conflict in literature? how and when does Shakespeare use a specific conflict in Act 1 to introduce or develop the theme of revenge? when Tybalt recognizes romeo?

    asked on May 3, 2014
  18. u.s. history

    Assignment: Students are organized into small groups. Students select the question(s) they would like to investigate on the influenza epidemic that began in 1918 using the following questions as a guide: i only need this one Where did it begin and how did

    asked on May 21, 2014
  19. reading

    original concept of the american dream

    asked on May 11, 2014
  20. tech

    Name as many vehicles as you can think of, that are used for Agricultural purposes.

    asked on May 8, 2014
  21. reading

    two way in which Lord Capulet demonstrates that he is head of the household.

    asked on May 6, 2014
  22. reading

    how would you describe romeos best friend. what kind of a person is he? how does his personality differ from that of Benvolio.

    asked on May 6, 2014
  23. reading

    what is foil? how does shakespeare use character foils to introduce or develop the theme of revenge? what is situational irony? how does shakespeare use situation irony in act 1 to introduce or develop the forbidden love theme

    asked on May 3, 2014
  24. reading

    two elements in literary settings what are they?

    asked on May 3, 2014
  25. reading

    two elements in literary settings how and when does Shakespeare use a setting in act 1 to introduce or develop the theme of forbidden love?

    asked on May 2, 2014
  1. u.s. history

    thank you so much

    posted on May 22, 2014
  2. u.s. history

    but that's only for 911 what about ww1?

    posted on May 22, 2014
  3. u.s. history

    9/11 impacted American language and speech, phrases that were introduced to the lexicon

    posted on May 22, 2014
  4. u.s. history

    "Never Forget" suffered something of a backlash in the ensuing years, particularly as some Americans started to feel the country had perhaps overreacted to 9/11,

    posted on May 22, 2014
  5. u.s. history

    there was an idiomatic turn of phrase that kept turning up in conversation. It typically took the form of: "If [some course of undesired action takes place], then the terrorists have won." (

    posted on May 22, 2014
  6. u.s. history

    no im sorry its no thtat what about the introduction of slang?

    posted on May 22, 2014
  7. u.s. history

    The newspaper editorials declaring the "death of irony" became suddenly ironic, other stories about non-terrorism started to creep back into the news and most Americans went back to obsessing about the things that had preoccupied them before 9/11 - work,

    posted on May 22, 2014
  8. u.s. history

    ok so how does the way we speak changed 911 and ww1? i don't undertsnad that>

    posted on May 22, 2014
  9. u.s. history

    amercian lexicon is the way we speak/language right?

    posted on May 22, 2014
  10. u.s. history

    nvm i don't need that i just need the similarities

    posted on May 22, 2014
  11. u.s. history

    i did how each changed society i put as the differenes so i need the similarities.

    posted on May 22, 2014
  12. u.s. history

    also for american lexicon whazt can i put? what is it and how did it change?

    posted on May 22, 2014
  13. u.s. history

    "Similarities -- both changed society. " i know but im doing an essay and i need 5 sentences on how their similar and different and i have a few sentences for the others but not for similarities

    posted on May 22, 2014
  14. u.s. history

    i know im put it in my own words im just getting ideas on what i can put for both of them is there still more that i can put? or is that enough?

    posted on May 21, 2014
  15. u.s. history

    911: The American lexicon was one of the things that changed drastically in the months and years after the attack. Perhaps the most immediate and obvious changes after the attacks took place in U.S. airports. Two months after the attacks, Congress

    posted on May 21, 2014
  16. u.s. history

    ww1: the country moved from an agricultural to a manufacturing society. Segregation was in full swing and blacks male/female did not participate to any great extent. White women started to move out of the home into industry, they began to smoke, fought for

    posted on May 21, 2014
  17. u.s. history

    no im looking for it

    posted on May 21, 2014
  18. u.s. history

    oh ok thank you

    posted on May 21, 2014
  19. u.s. history

    what do you mean "did not require the home front mobilization of WW2" then what should i put its ways in which life changed on the home front during WWI. and which one had a lasting effect. expalin

    posted on May 21, 2014
  20. u.s. history

    its for ww1

    posted on May 21, 2014
  21. u.s. history

    Which of these changes had lasting effects?

    posted on May 21, 2014
  22. The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l

    thank you so much :)

    posted on May 20, 2014
  23. u.s. history

    can you check stanza 4?

    posted on May 20, 2014
  24. u.s. history

    the first stanza is more calm it just introduces us basically while stanza two is more hyper emotional, "GAS!GAS!.. WHICH COULD relate on how they were suffering form gas attacks especially "I see him drowning"

    posted on May 20, 2014
  25. u.s. history

    Owens doesn't like the war he keeps remembering his past of the gas attacks, how it affected his life, his dreams continue to becoming nightmares of what he saw in battle. and he wants the reader to understand that.

    posted on May 20, 2014
  26. u.s. history

    Gas Gas quick boys

    posted on May 20, 2014
  27. u.s. history

    what about this one? In what ways do these adjectives convey Owens view of the experience of soldiers during World War I?

    posted on May 20, 2014
  28. u.s. history

    is this better they are Crippled, mentally and physically overcome by the weight of their experiences in war.

    posted on May 20, 2014
  29. The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l

    our speaker doesn't even care whether we could actually experience the horrors of battle or not. He knows that we can't share those experiences with him. He's just wishing that we could share the dreams of the experiences of battle, but we can't do

    posted on May 20, 2014
  30. u.s. history

    their described as tired, old, men who have suffered, and are traumatized of still what lays ahead of their journey.

    posted on May 20, 2014
  31. The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l

    yes that's the fourth stanza i think so i don't know the whole text is Dulce Et Decorum Est Wilfred Owen Bent double, like old beggars under sacks, Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge, Till on the haunting flares we turned our backs

    posted on May 20, 2014
  32. The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l

    The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final lines. How does Owen go about doing that?

    posted on May 20, 2014
  33. u.s. history

    well information on all of them like website where i can find the answers

    posted on May 14, 2014
  34. reading

    how and when does shakespeare use a specific conflict in ACt 1 to introduce or develop the theme of false pride?] Capulets pride, well mostly Tybalt how he wanted to start a fight with romeo just for his presence being at the feast

    posted on May 3, 2014
  35. reading

    hat is situational irony? how does shakespeare use situation irony in act 1 to introduce or develop the forbidden love theme when Romeo sees Juliet for the first time and then fall in love with her completely forgetting about Rosaline

    posted on May 3, 2014
  36. reading

    how and when does Shakespeare use a specific conflict in Act 1 to introduce or develop the theme of forbidden love? Romeo tells Benvolio that he is in love with Rosaline, but that she does not return his feelings and has in fact sworn to live a life of

    posted on May 3, 2014
  37. reading

    is the first one correct about forbidden love?

    posted on May 3, 2014
  38. reading

    oh well then the Capulets pride, well mostly Tybalt how he wanted to start a fight with romeo just for his presence being at the feast

    posted on May 3, 2014
  39. reading

    i am but i don't know when false pride shows up

    posted on May 3, 2014
  40. reading

    "I’m worried we’ll get there too early. I have a feeling this party tonight will be the start of something bad, something that will end with my own death. "

    posted on May 3, 2014
  41. reading

    all 3 answers are correct?

    posted on May 3, 2014
  42. reading

    the other can be when the prince says "As for the rest of you, I’ll say this once more: go away or be put to death"

    posted on May 3, 2014
  43. reading

    ok

    posted on May 3, 2014
  44. reading

    oh when the servants are fighting and the prince arrive and tells them who ever starts next time will have serious consequences

    posted on May 3, 2014
  45. reading

    none it just said to read act 1 and answer the question the teacher wrote for us

    posted on May 3, 2014
  46. reading

    but there only two the question says a literary setting includes two elements. what are they

    posted on May 3, 2014
  47. reading

    when Tybalt recognizes romeo? and tells his uncle but his uncle doesn't listen to him and tells him to leave romeo alone

    posted on May 3, 2014
  48. reading

    yes

    posted on May 2, 2014
  49. reading

    :) thank you

    posted on April 28, 2014
  50. reading

    is thhis good? In “Ida Tarbell: Life and Works” and “Ida Tarbell” Biographies, Tarbell argued that “traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere." She

    posted on April 28, 2014
  51. reading

    can i put this Tarbell position on women's suffrage was that she opposed it. "Tarbell argued that traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere." She argued that

    posted on April 28, 2014