20. Breathing in humans is driven by all of the following except


Answer 1
Answer: Breathing starts from the nose and the mouth. Then it travels down the back of your throat and into your trachea. Then it will pass through your bronchial tubes and enable oxygen to pass through it and be distributed all over your body. The oxygen is what we most importantly need during breathing.

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List at least three examples of diction in "the odyssey" that add to the overall tone. Explain how each word contributes to the emotional power of the piece.



“A thick mist hung all round our ships”-Hung adds an emotional feeling of grief and sorrow.

"The cruel wretch vouchsafed me not one word of answer, but with a sudden clutch he gripped up two of my men at once and dashed them down upon the ground as though they had been puppies”-Cruel adds a tone to the emotional power of the Piece by creating a feeling of Doomed or being scared.

“Their brains were shed upon the ground, and the earth was wet with their blood”.-Wet with their blood creates the emotion of feeling death, it created an image in your mind and makes you feel pity.


PLZ HELP NEED IT ASAP BRAINLIST Which of the following correctly explains the pun in this sentence and the word or words on which it is built? Given the boot—A shoemaker would work on boots Shoemaker's assistant—Shoes are made mainly by helpers Discovered stealing—Discovery and stealing both are secretive Stealing leather—Leather and steel are both used to make shoes


The sentence which correctly explains the pun in the sentence is A. Given the boot—A shoemaker would work on boots.

What is a pun?

This is known to be a joke exploiting different possible meanings of words.

Hence, we can see that from the sentence given, the sentence with different possible meanings is option A. and this also best explains the pun in the sentence.

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It would be given the boot- a shoemaker would work on boots

Based upon the information in Act I of The Tragedy of Macbeth, what can you infer about King Duncan?



In act I, it can be inferred that King Duncan is a gracious character, humild that trust on his subjects.


Throughout the play, King Duncan, who was the King of Scotland, has a speech full of grace and graciousness, whether he was on the battlefield (Act I, Scene 2), where his talk is full of matters of honor, as well as when he is greeting his kind hostess Lady Macbeth (Act I, Scene 6). Duncan also expresses humility, a feature that Macbeth did not have, when he declare that he failed in spotting the previous Thane of Cawdor's treachery, he said: "There's no art to find the mind's construction in the face" (I: 4,11).

He holds authority, but isn't harsh or rude. He is friendly, warm, and has an overall trusting personality. King Duncan is one of the most modest and helping and kind kinds that I have ever read about in literature. Normally kings are portrayed as harsh, power-hungry people, but this isn't the case.

Research involves all of the following except __________. A. asking questions B. reading critically C. plagiarizing findings D. gathering information


My answer I believe would be C! Hope I helped u!

The answer is c just took the test


Neither the shifting white blur outside, nor the sudden deep remembrance of the snowy Polish village where he had wasted his youth could turn his thoughts from Max the college boy, (a constant visitor in the mind since early that morning when Feld saw him trudging through the snowdrifts on his way to school) whom he so much respected because of the sacrifices he had made. . . . What valid conclusion can you make based on the excerpt from “The First Seven Years” by Bernard Malamud?

Feld is in college.

Feld admires Max.

Feld is well educated.

Feld dislikes snow.


I believe the answer is that Feld admires Max.
Feld admires max is a good answer in my opinion

"Complete the following sentence. _______is the process of acquiring knowledge or skill through study, experience, or teaching."


Answer: The answer is learning, learning is the process of acquiring knowledge or skills through study, experience and teaching.

Explanation: This is because through learning a person will be able to acquire new skills and learn new things. Learning can be done through studying books, what others has experienced or by paying attention to the teacher while delivering lecture.


In "My Father Is a Simple Man," what do the lines "and when the bitter-hard reality / comes at me like a punishing / evil stranger" contain? A. a rhyming couplet B. a simile C. a metaphor D. an allusion


 A. a rhymingcouple hope i helped

What universal theme does the speech by Frederick Douglass address? A) revenge
B) mortality
C) injustice
D) love of country


c) injustice. Frederick Douglass in his speech “What, To The Slave, Is The Fourth Of July” touches on the issues faced by black slaves, the injustices they have faced, and the duplicity and injustice of a country celebrating "independence" when there are slaves.

Hint: what do the examples Douglass lists to demonstrate to the listener.

The correct answer is injustice. Douglass demonstrates that the American slave has been the victim of injustice in America.

your answer is C


What can a writer describe about two characters to help develop their personalities? A. their communication
B. the setting
C. the exposition
D. a transition


The correct answer is A) their communication.


The writer uses communication because it helps the characters to express themselves and show their personality in the most convincing way for the readers. Through describing communication the writer shows the thoughts, the feelings and also the knowledge that every character has to be different from others.

A) their communication :)

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