ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the defenition oh hyperextended a. stretched above normal limits
b. help under a machine
c. stretched throughly before exercise
d. held while stretching​

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Answer 1
Answer: A. stretched above normal limits
Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

a

Explanation:

stretched above normal limits


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HIGH SCHOOL

Why might a commercial use a literary device such as repetition when advertising a product?

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Repetition is when the same phrase or concept is repeated. It is often used in advertising to drive the point home and get ahead of competitors. If you keep telling your audience the benefits of your product in the same phrase, they will tend to remember it. Also, repetition of certain phrases also allows consumers to remember your brand name.
They could use repetition to make sure their point gets across.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

In about 1312, Musa came to power. At that time, Mali had millions of people spread across a vast territory. Ancient Mali included parts of modern-day Mali, Mauritania, Guinea, Senegal, and Burkina Faso, as well as other countries. What does the word vast mean in this excerpt? wealthy
large
strange
unfriendly

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Answer:

large

Explanation:

Large
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HIGH SCHOOL

Which corrects the shift in tense in this sentence? They all like the beach, but none of them swimming in the ocean.
a. swim
b. swum
c. had swam
d. had swimming

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The answer is A: swim.

 They all like the beach, but none of them swim in the ocean.  After none of + a plural word (none of the shops, none of them etc.) it's possible to use a singular or plural verb, but a plural verb is more usual. None of the shops were (or was) open. Also, none + of  it's quite usual as a subject. B: past of swim is swam. C: past participle of swim is swum

A. swim because B doesn't make sense, neither does D. It could be A or C, but I'd pick A. I did this test before and I picked A, and got 80 % so good luck ;)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Listen to a political speech, a news commentary, a public service announcement, or a commercial. Write a paper of two to three well-developed paragraphs (at least 125 words) evaluating the message. Be sure to state main ideas and supporting details. Your statements should answer the critical listening questions and provide evidence from the presentation you listened to.

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Rand Paul's speech about libertarianism is amazingly unexpected. He starts talking about a world with little to no government and he makes you go from finding the idea crazy to thinking that the best thing that we can do to improve our society is to get rid of the government for good.

Rand talks about the Non-Aggression Principe, which guides all the libertarian ideology. Which can be summed up as "do whatever you want, just don't hurt someone else's body, freedom or belongings". Free until you hurt someone else's freedom. It is an easy way of understanding who is right or wrong in almost every conflict that might come up in a society. This is a powerful message, since it reveals that the government tells us what to do with our lives and what we are allowed or not allowed to do with our own bodies.

He also talks about how even though people would be free to do the craziest things that they could think of, they would be guided by their own morals or virtue. For example, it would be very unlikely to see a conservative to suddenly turn to prostitution and drug abuse just because it is illegal if he comes from a community with strong values that contradict that behavior.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which aspects of Kate Chopin’s life do you predict will appear in her fictional work The Awakening? Use what you’ve read in this lesson to support your answer.

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One aspect which will probably appear in the novel is that of the importance of religion.She received a Catholic education and was mentored by her mother and the nuns from the school she attended.

Another is the respect and devotion to the French culture and language also. .Kate was French on her mother´s side ansd she grew up speaking French as well as English.We cannot forget that her surname is pronounced with French articulation.

Last, an important aspect which cannot be forgotten is that of the social life she led.She attended opera concerts, theater plays and horse races.She met Edgar Degas, a very well known French painter who lived in New Orleans and was quite a character in those days.


Answer:

a combination of regionalist and naturalistic styles

a New Orleans setting

the changing roles of women in society

a character representing the “new woman”

a lack of many close childhood friends

the combination of outward conformity and internal doubts

Explanation:

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which line from the summary best justifies the conclusion that Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was influenced by Ancient Greek mythological literature? A: To help save the day, Harry must get past a scary three-headed guard dog.

B: In order to do this, he gets help from his good friends Hermione and Ron.

C: They all have become close friends during the course of the school year.

D: After they solve this challenge, they move on to the next part of their plan.

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Answer:

The correct answer is letter A. To help save the day, Harry must get past a scary three-headed guard dog.

Explanation:

The three-headed guard dog from "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" was influenced by a mythological creature from Ancient Greece. Cerberus was a three-headed dog that guarded the Underworld to keep the souls from leaving. There are descriptions that depict Cerberus as having a serpent for a tail. In different stories, several details concerning the hound can be found to vary, including the number of heads; but the most common number is three. In the Harry Potter book, the dog is guarding the entrance that will lead to where the Sorcerer's stone is.

HIGH SCHOOL

PLZ HELP FAST!!! 25 PTS!!! IMPORTANT!!! You have a presentation for a live audience. At the last minute, you find a perfect video online that will entertain your audience while making your point. You really want to use it, but you don’t have time to contact the copyright holder. What do you do? Make a stance as to why you are not allowed to use it (what support can you find in the copyright laws to justify this).

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First off it is not your property to use. It would be considered stealing if you used it without permission.

As coming of the copyright laws itself "Original works of authorship, fixed in a tangible medium including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works."

Therefore work that is not of your original use of writing/speaking/speeches/music/video/images/art etc. Are stolen property and can be justified by the law; A copyright strike, Arrest, Possession of stolen "property" and Plagiarism.

Unless you receive permission work that is not yours is technically stolen and you can be held legible for breaking the law.

HIGH SCHOOL

Man vs. Self is an example of a combination conflict
an external conflict
an internal conflict
a failed conflict

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An Internal Conflict because he/she is conflicted with internal thoughts/fears/etc.
Man vs. Self is an internal conflict 
HIGH SCHOOL

QUIZ: JANE EYRE CHAPTERS 11-38 “Utter it, Jane: but I wish that instead of a mere inquiry into, perhaps, a secret, it was a wish for half my estate." "Now, King Ahasuerus! What do I want with half your estate?” (chapter 24)

Which of the following best describes the meaning of the allusion to King Ahasuerus?

A) That Jane does not expect to share Rochester's wealth equally.
B) That Rochester has an unstable personality.
C) That Jane values virtue and justice over wealth.
D) That Rochester's destiny is in Jane's hands.

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Answer:

C) That Jane values virtue and justice over wealth.

Explanation:

The text shows how Jane is not ambitious or mean, shows that he is generous and kindhearted who values ​​virtue and justice over wealth and for that reason she has no interest in half of anyone's property.

C.) jane values virtue over wealth
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