The formula used to indicate simple past tense is verb + -ed (A)
Can someone help me answer this I think it is C Refer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this narrative.
Read this paragraph from Ten Days in a Mad-House.
I was taken to room 28 and left to try and make an impression on the bed. It was an impossible task. The bed had been made high in the center and sloping on either side. At the first touch my head flooded the pillow with water, and my wet slip transferred some of its dampness to the sheet. When Miss Grupe came in I asked if I could not have a night-gown.
Which statement best describes what the author’s use of the word impression connotes?
The bed is so hard her body leaves no dent.
Read this script. Sean: [Turning pages in an album] Remember the old dock at Grandma’s? Erin: [Smiling] Of course. I loved peering through the wooden slats and watching the minnows. Sean: We used to walk down there in our pajamas to watch the sun rise. I remember our early morning breakfasts . . .What theme is introduced through the character’s interactions?
The theme is that people develop closeness through shared experiences. By looking at the photo album, Sean and Erin evoke the memories they have in common and a sense of satisfaction and closeness is read between the lines by the way they describe the memories: "our early morning breakfast", and "I loved peering through the wooden slats...
They are talking about the their "golden ages" when they used to be happy and had fun being childrens. I guess now they are full grown and they are just remembering age of youth.
To Kill A Mocking Bird - Imagine that Scout sneaks out in the morning to talk to Tom Robinson while he is in jail before his trial. What does she ask him?
She would ask did you do it
Read the following dictionary entry
11. Son of computer tasks 2. list of
data 3. a waiting line 4. a braid
Which definution matches the word queue as it is used in paragraph 9?
A Dernition 1
Using another dictionary won't help
you with these questions You will
need to try each definition in the
paragraph to see if it makes sense
A just took the test
Toni???s father taught at two schools, Concordia College and University of Wisconsin???Madison. How does the underlined phrase function in the sentence? A. as an appositive with nonessential information B. as an adjective prepositional phrase C. as an adverb prepositional phrase D. as an appositive with essential information
A gentleman or a lady will always say "Thank you" to a waiter, but nothing more. Wine should be handed by the waiters after soup. To decline wine by covering the mouth of the wine-glass with the hand is an ill- bred gesture. Say simply "Not any, thank you," and the waiter will not fill your glass. Do not eat as if you had good fare for the first time in your life--that is to say, do not eat ravenously, and do not eat in a noticeable way. Never smack the lips when eating. Never take a long, deep breath after you finish eating, as if the exercise had fatigued you. Never make noises in your mouth or throat. Never suck your teeth, or pass your tongue round the outside of your gums. Which is the BEST summary statement for the passage?A) The passage gives advice to guests about how to design formal, engraved invitations for dinner parties. B) The passage gives advice to guests about the different types of people that show up at a dinner party. C) The passage gives advice to guests about the healthiest entrees to serve at a dinner party. D) The passage gives advice to guests about things that should and should not be done at a dinner party.
The answer is D. How I figure out questions like these is by eliminating the choices that I know aren't right.
Like on A, I knew it wasn't right because the passage didn't say anything about invitations to dinner parties.
I knew B wasn't write either, because the passage doesn't talk about different types of people that come to a dinner party.
Not C, because it doesn't give advice on serving healthy entrees.
But it is D, because it tells you the do's and don'ts on how things should and shouldn't be done at a dinner party.
D) The passage gives advice to guests about things that should and should not be done at a dinner party.
My sister cannot ______ of being in a relationship with someone who would _____ her personal growth. Options:
What three factors are linked to bad memory?
1)Identify the adverb clause in the sentence and write it in the blank space provided: Tommy scrubbed the bathroom tile until his arms ached. 2) Identify the adverb clause in the sentence and write it in the blank space provided: Jojo's three dogs bolted from the driveway once they saw her car turn the corner.
3) Identify the adverb clause in the sentence and write it in the blank space provided: When the storm started, she was at the store.
4) Identify the adverb clause in the sentence and write it in the blank space provided: The woman took notes while being taught to bake cupcakes.