After being beaten by Roger, Samneric stand guard on Castle Rock and won’t leave even when Ralph comes for them at night. This shows which character trait of Samneric

They are followers

They are independent thinkers

They are brave

They are passionate


Answer 1

"Lord of the Flies", is a novel written by author William Golding and it was first published in 1954. This novel tells the story of a group of British boys, after an evacuation, that end stranded on an island because of a war. In their attempt to survive, these children assume self-governance and form a sort of union that soon disolves as savagery and a return to basic instincts because of the wildness of the land overtakes these children´s education. In the end, the group breaks into two with the second group, led by Jack and the choir boys, becoming so savage that they have already killed two members of the original group in a struggle for power and control. The title comes from the head of a pig, set on a stick, filled with flies, that becomes the almost oracle of how things will develop in the island, given the circumstances. In chapter 12, Simon and Piggy, two of the kids in the original group, and friends of Ralph, the main character, have died, killed by Jack´s group. Also, Sam and Eric, are captured as Ralph runs away, and they are forced into submission to Jack and his followers through torture. When Ralph finds them as guards at Castle Rock, and they refuse to leave, this shows that they have become :A: they are followers, through torture and force.

Answer 2
Answer: I took a guess before double checking to see what it was. My guess was followers, so far in my reading they definitely seem to go with that trait. Now I see I was correct that the answer was the first one. :)

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Jorge Smith
123 Main Street
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Mrs. Parker:
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Jorge Smith

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A.the salutation
B.the body
C.the closing
D.the signature


Maybe you can revise the introduction, the body.

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The sensory details used to convey images in this excerpt are mainly to do with the grape vines and also the flowers. The grape vines are depicted as "brawny ropes of brown" which conjures up an image of thick strong sinews  which spread all over the porch and around the windows and form frames around the windows in "thick bowers" and the flowers in "riotous glory" exhibit wonderful colours and with pleasing textures like the velvety nasturtiums. 

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of the songbirds and the serenity
long cattails tickle my feet
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as mother nature hums to the music of harmony

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B. both sides of an argument are presented in an essay.
C. the same grammatical construction is used in all similar headings throughout an outline.
D. the first paragraph and the last paragraph of an essay have the same number of sente


Parallel construction is the use of the same grammatical construction in multiple sentences, so the best answer is C: the same grammatical construction is used in all similar headings throughout an outline.

Read this passage from chapter 5 of The Prince. There are, for example, the Spartans and the Romans. The Spartans held Athens and Thebes, establishing there an oligarchy: nevertheless they lost them. The Romans, in order to hold Capua, Carthage, and Numantia, dismantled them, and did not lose them. They wished to hold Greece as the Spartans held it, making it free and permitting its laws, and did not succeed. So to hold it they were compelled to dismantle many cities in the country, for in truth there is no safe way to retain them otherwise than by ruining them. And he who becomes master of a city accustomed to freedom and does not destroy it, may expect to be destroyed by it, for in rebellion it has always the watchword of liberty and its ancient privileges as a rallying point, which neither time nor benefits will ever cause it to forget. And whatever you may do or provide against, they never forget that name or their privileges unless they are disunited or dispersed, but at every chance they immediately rally to them, as Pisa after the hundred years she had been held in bondage by the Florentines.

What is Machiavelli’s secondary purpose in writing this passage?

A) to inform readers about the history of Rome and Sparta and how they built their empires
B) to inform readers about the tactics Sparta and Rome used to hold cities and their effectiveness
C) to persuade readers that a conquering prince must destroy a former republic if he hopes to hold it
D) to persuade readers that a republic will remember freedom and someday rebel against a conqueror


I'm not 1000% confident in this answer but I believe it's B) to inform readers about the tactics Sparta and Rome used to hold cities and their effectiveness


B) to inform readers about the tactics Sparta and Rome used to hold cities and their effectiveness


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Read the passage from 1 Henry VI (act 2, scene 3) and answer the question that follows. Is this the scourge of France?
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That with his name the mothers still their babes?
I see report is fabulous and false:
I thought I should have seen some Hercules,
A second Hector, for his grim aspect,
And large proportion of his strong-knit limbs.
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What do the references to Hercules and Hector reveal about Talbot?

They describe Talbot as strong like the two heroes.

They highlight Talbot’s weakness in comparison to the two heroes.
They show Talbot preparing for war like the two heroes.

They explain why Talbot is feared like the two heroes.


The correct answer is They highlight Talbot’s weakness in comparison to the two heroes.

He describes their heroic legendary status throughout history and compares Talbot's insignificance to them.

The references to Hercules and Hector highlight Talbot’s weakness in comparison to the two heroes.


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