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In "A Cub Pilot," the author says, "Judgment is a matter of brains, and a man must start with a good stock of that article, or he will never succeed as a pilot." The author's point is that - people are either born with good judgment or they are not.
a pilot's success depends only on good judgement.
people must develop good judgement if they want to be pilots.
pilots need a good stock of material possessions to succeed on the river.
Which of the following is a characteristic of the young narrator in the memoir "A Cub Pilot"?
Which words best help the reader understand the meaning of the word "glibly" in the following sentence from the story? To know the Old and New Testaments by heart and be able to recite them glibly, forward or backward, or begin at random anywhere in the book and recite both ways and never trip or make a mistake, is no extravagant mass of knowledge, and no marvelous facility, compared to a pilot's massed knowledge of the Mississippi and his marvelous facility in the handling of it.
never trip, no marvelous facility
Old and New Testament, Mississippi
knowledge, marvelous, comparison
expanding, strong, mistake
A dress code is an example of which characteristics of an organization
rules and regulations
Summary of in fertile desert- by nasser al dhaheri
Life before oil in this region was harsh, and many of the stories in this collection—by both men and women from all corners of the country—tell of those times and the almost unbelievable changes that have come about in the space of two generations. Some tell of the struggles faced in the early days, while others bring the immediate past and the present together, revealing that the past, with all its difficulties and dangers, nonetheless possesses a certain nostalgia. Contributors: Abdul Hamid Ahmed, Roda al-Baluchi, Hareb al-Dhaheri, Nasser Al-Dhaheri, Maryam Jumaa Faraj, Jumaa al-Fairuz, Nasser Jubran, Saleh Karama, Lamees Faris al-Marzuqi, Mohamed al-Mazroui, Ebtisam Abdullah Al-Mu’alla, Ibrahim Mubarak, Mohamed al-Murr, Sheikha al-Nakhy, Mariam Al Saedi, Omniyat Salem, Salma Matar Seif, Ali Abdul Aziz al-Sharhan, Muhsin Soleiman, ‘A’ishaa al-Za‘aby.
What is the problem of staying organized. . . a. . . Is a skill that cannot be learned . . .
b. . . Requires forming new habits . . .
c. . . Can be very intense work . . .
d. . . Leads to massive confusion .
The problem with staying organized is that staying organized is B. Requires forming new habits.
In Act V, scene iii of Romeo and Juliet, how does Romeo react when he hears someone in Juliet’s tomb? A) He attempts to greet the intruder.
B) He kills the intruder immediately.
C) He begs the intruder to leave.
D) He begs the intruder to leave
correct on edge
Read the passage. Students may use cell phones between classes and during the lunch break, as long as they do not create a distraction or cause the student to be tardy for class. During class, cell phones will be secured in lockers or vehicles. Cell phones are not allowed in classrooms, locker rooms, or restrooms. Students may not use cell phones to take or transmit pictures. Cell phone use while on the bus is decided by the bus driver. Students who violate these rules will have their cell phones taken away until the end of the school year. When is it okay to use a cell phone at school?
It is okay for students to use cell phones between classes and during the lunch break, as long as they do not create a distraction or cause the student to be tardy for class.
What does the speaker of “The Raven” have in common with the poet Edgar Allan Poe?
The correct answer is - Both the speaker and Poe suffered mental anguish and misery on losing their companions.
In the poem, the protagonist's loved one, Lenore, has died, and he cannot cope with the fact that he will never see her again. In real life, Poe's wife went down with tuberculosis, and died a couple of years before Poe did. So both the character and Poe has tragedy and loss in common which is why Poe often wrote about sad topics.
PLZ help nOW!! Which of the following is true about the CENTRAL IDEA in a text? A) It is always clearly stated by the author B) It is the same as the topic of the passage C) It is the same a the theme of the passage D) It can include specific details from the text
The correct answer is Option C. It is the same as the theme of the passage.
The central idea of a text is the author's aim to convey a message within its lines, and it always consists of the theme being discussed. Although often the author might not indicate the central idea explicitly, it can be carried out with clarity as the text goes on.
A theme is a very specific element taken from a subject, whereas a topic is a generalization of this subject. For example:
Theme: The Role of Books in a Student's Learning Process.
With this information, it is possible to tell the author means to describe how important books are for a student to learn new things as a central idea for their text.
Why doesn’t Lenina want to imagine being a mother
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