# Read the excerpt from Act 2 of The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. 59. MED. LONG SHOT – STEVE'S HOUSE 59. His wife steps down from the porch, bites her lip, calls out. MRS. BRAND Steve! Steve, please. (then looking around frightened, she walks toward the group) It's just a ham radio set, that's all. I bought him a book on it myself. It's just a ham radio set. A lot of people have them. I can show it to you. It's right down in the basement. Based on the stage direction, what is Steve’s wife’s attitude toward the group? She is amused by them. She is furious with them. She is fearful of them. She is curious about them.

She is fearful of them.  i think thats the answer

she is fearful of them

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(1) It was a bright and sunny summer day, we were all hot and sticky. (2) Swimming seemed a wonderful way to escape the heat. (3) We decided to go to the pool. (4) Everyone looked forward to jumping into cool water. (5) Soon the sounds of splashing water. (6) We forgot about the heat. (7) The sounds of laughing swimmers also made us forget the heat. Which of the sentences above is a fragment? A. sentence 4 B. sentence 5 C. sentence 3 D. sentence 6

Sentence 5 is the fragment.

if you read the sentence carefully, you can see that sentence does not make any sense.

Which of the following is a tool used to study the stars? an hr diagram a stethoscope a meter stick a beaker

The HR diagram

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What is the main effect of having Oona tell the story of Kinoos before letting Negore explain himself?

So negore could think about what he was going to say or make sure that negore would correct himself in the right way if possible

Suppose there are 15 jelly beans in a box (2 red, 3 blue, 4 white, and 6 green). A jelly bean is selected at random. What is the probability that the jelly bean is not red?

First you subtract the total number of red jelly beans from the total number of all jelly beans. 15-2=13
then you put how many you have left into a fraction over the total amount of jelly beans. 13/15 and divide them to get a percent. 13 divided by 15 equals 0.86666666667
so for a percent you move the decimal two to the right and you need to round 87%

american flag stands for tolerance summary what ideas are expressed both in the editorial and the court opinion? which do you find more convincing? why?

I find that court opinon is better cause the court has more power and is better

A sentence that contains only one subject and one verb is ? A compound sentence
A complex sentence
A simple sentence
A compound - complex sentence

Explanation: Because it is XD

1. The cause of the Montgomery bus boycott was Rosa Park’s arrest. What was the direct effect of the boycott? A. Americans were forced to see the injustices faced by African Americans.

B. A statue of Rosa Parks was erected in Washington, D.C.

C. Barack Obama became the President of the United States of America.

D. Rosa Parks challenged her arrest with the help of Martin Luther King, Jr.

2. Rosa Parks was passionate about equality and freedom. What evidence from the passage supports this conclusion?

A. Rosa Parks avoided riding the bus driven by the man who had once pushed her off the bus.

B. According to one of her friends, “Nobody ever bossed Rosa around and got away with it.”

C. When the bus driver threatened to have Rosa Parks arrested, she did not resist arrest.

D. Rosa Parks fought for voting rights and rallied against discrimination in the criminal justice system.

3. What is one of the main reasons why President Obama delivered this speech?

A. to explain why you should never give up your bus seat

B. to convey the importance of fighting injustice

C. to give people a lesson in American history

D. to tell people to always be kind to one another

4.What is this passage mostly about?

A. how buses in Montgomery, Alabama became desegregated

B. the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr.

C. history of the civil rights movement in the U.S.

D. how Rosa Parks helped change America

5. Read the following sentences: “Black men and women and children re-boarded the buses of Montgomery, newly desegregated, and sat in whatever seat happen to be open. And with that victory, the entire edifice of segregation, like the ancient walls of Jericho, began to slowly come tumbling down.”
As used in this sentence, what does “segregation” mean?

A. the practice of keeping people of different races separate

B. the specific type of bus used in Montgomery, Alabama

C. the practice of keeping people of different sexes separate

D. the belief that some people or races are superior to others

6. Choose the answer that best completes the sentence below.
_________ most people remember Rosa Parks as the woman who refused to give up her seat on the bus, she stood up for equality and freedom throughout her lifetime.

A. Particularly

B. Although

C. Therefore

D. Ultimately

1. A

2. D

3. D

4. C

5.  D

6. B) Although

Explanation:

D
D
B
D
A
C
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The bonus army constructed _______ from any materials they could find. A) Billets
B) armaments
D) Assets

The Bonus Army built "Billets" from any materials they could find.

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