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What does the simile his arms were like telephone poles mean

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Answer 1
Answer: His arms were extremely long

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When reading a play the reader has to imagine the

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When reading a play the reader has to imagine the details in the setting and characters looks.

Here are some common things that a reader should imagine

•Characters appearance

•Time period

•Setting

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

How does Elie feel about coming back to Auschwitz?

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sad? because she misses the other people



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Which is the correct definition and use of a word with the root for spect? A.Perspective means "a mental view." From her perspective, you are at fault.
B.Spectacle means "to see nothing." There was no spectacle to see.
C.Aspect means "a characteristic." Don't aspect the sofa.
D.Respectable means "to see back." She made respectable remarks at the dinner.

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The answer is A Perspective

Answer:

A.Perspective means "a mental view." From her perspective, you are at fault.

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Which sentence contains an incorrect possessive form? A. He saved almost the entire month's pay in his bank account. B. She's going to buy a dollars worth of food from the vending machine. C. The store is about an hour's walk from our house. D. I needed to rest after the day's work.

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B. She's going to buy a dollars worth of food from the vending machine.
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Rocks are ground to sediment under moving ____ A glaciers or B icebergs

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The answer is icebergs :)
HIGH SCHOOL

What is an aristotle's system?

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Its a classification system used for scientific names
HIGH SCHOOL

Please Help Me Read the following short passage.

So they parted; and the young man pursued his way until, being about to turn the corner by the meeting-house, he looked back and saw the head of Faith still peeping after him with a melancholy air, in spite of her pink ribbons.

"Poor little Faith!" thought he, for his heart smote him. "What a wretch am I to leave her on such an errand! She talks of dreams, too. I thought as she spoke there was trouble in her face, as if a dream had warned her what work is to be done to-night. But no, no; 't would kill her to think it. Well, she's a blessed angel on earth; and after this one night I'll cling to her skirts and follow her to heaven."

Which point of view is used in this excerpt?

first person
omniscient
limited omniscient
objective

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Limited omniscient. You know all about the young man and his thoughts, but not Faith.

limited omniscient because it doesnt talk about faith

                                                                                                                           

MIDDLE SCHOOL

We scarcely begun the lesson when the bell rang. Is this sentence written in Standard English? True*

False*

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We scarcely begun the lesson when the bell rang, which is not printed in Standard English. It uses the wrong sentence structure. That does not rely on common English.

What is Standard English?

A formal language standard for spelling, grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary is referred to as “Standard English.”

As a result, option (b) false is correct.

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False.

The word scarcely is not standard English

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which sentence contains a misplaced or dangling modifier? A) Looking for food, the trash was scattered by the dog.
B) The narrator of the story was William Armstrong's brother.
C) On our way home today, we saw three deer run across the highway.
D) Tom was on the front porch watching as the storm began to gather in the sky.

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Answer:  The correct answer is:   [A]:

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           " Looking for food, the trash was scattered by the dog. "

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Answer:

The answer on USATESTPREP is A

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