Correct option is E: to assist working parents, including paid maternity and paternity leaves, financial allowances for families with children, and subsidized
Option A is not parallel as it uses "for assisting", which is wrong and thus we eliminate this option.
Option B uses "for the assistance", and this does not make the sentence clear, but instead it makes it bogus and hence we eliminate this option
Option D is also the wrong option because "to assist working parents, which includes paid maternity and paternity" makes it sound as though working parent include paid maternity etc. Hence we eliminate D.
Option C and E uses "to include" and "including" respectively, and after the comma, the best that fits the sentence is "including", which therefore eliminates option C and leaves Option E as the correct option.
A sonnet from lysander to hermia
A sonnet from Lysander to Hermia in the A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Act I. Scene 1.
The place: The palace of Theseus, Athens.
Lysander. How now, my love! why is your cheek so pale? pale
How chance the roses there do fade so fast?
Hermia. Belike for want of rain, which I could well
Beteem them from the tempest of my eyes.
Lysander. Ay me! for aught that I could ever read,
Could ever hear by tale or history,
The course of true love never did run smooth;
But, either it was different in blood,
Hermia. O cross! too high to be enthrall'd to low.
Lysander. Or else misgraffed in respect of years,
Hermia. O spite! too old to be engaged to young.
Lysander. Or else it stood upon the choice of friends,
Hermia. O hell! to choose love by another's eyes.
(Taken directly from Act 1, Scene 1, of A Midsummer Night's Dream).
The Love between Lysander and Hermia is sincere but difficult to understand, and finally, she decides to run away.
Fair Hermia Thou waseth my trus't love forever
Mine truest love hath changed, nothing now
I hath said we would let love fade never
But fair Hermia, time passeth, take this bow
If'eth thou art sad, brush'eth thou tears away
Someoneth loves you, do not thou despair
Thou may not satisfy that hunger away
Of true love, but not beyond'eth repair
Blame it on those fairies, and the potion
Did cometh it from a flower of death?
The death of love, of sweet love in motion?
Thou art sweet as a flower of Saint Beth
Fair love, someone loveth you, don't despair
For love is never beyondeth repairI'm always happy to help :)
How can a theater director best change a play's style while maintaining the plays words
You can change the characters, their styles or moods. Because it says that you're going to maintain the words, but the script you can change. This means that with same words you can do variations of the scenes.
Name some pros and cons about personality disorder
In general terms, a personality disorder means that the person doesn't get things the same way we usually do, in other words, that person has a rigid and unhealthy pattern of thinking, functioning and behaving.
That said, some of the - let's say - symthoms can be: a pervasive distrust and suspicion of others and their motives , unjustified belief that others are trying to harm or deceive him, suspicion of the loyalty or trustworthiness of others , hesitancy to confide in others due to unreasonable fear that others will use the information against him/her, among several other things according to the type of disorder, which they are several, and with proper care; they might become a tool eventually, I wouldn´t say they are pros per se.
What is the purpose for the nbt test for universities??
Review the scenario. You hear Jeremy and his older brother talking about a class you're currently taking. Jeremy's brother took the class last year, and said the teacher gives the same assignments every year. Everyone has to write a paper on the same topic. Jeremy's brother offers him the paper he used the year before to turn in as his own.
Which best explains this scenario?
A.Jeremy and his brother are related, so this is not plagiarism.
B.The teacher never changes the assignment and everybody has to write the same one, so this is not plagiarism.
C.Jeremy forgot to take his brother's name off the top of the report, so this is plagiarism.
D.Jeremy is presenting his brother's work as his own, so this is plagiarism.
Which sentence is in second-person point of view? A. We shouldn't give up so easily.
B. She weighed her options and sighed.
C. They discussed their next plan of action.
D. You don't suppose it's haunted, do you?
D. You don't suppose it's haunted, do you?
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Which of these is something congressman Powell asks of congress in his speech?
It was, perhaps, the narrow limits to which he thus confined himself upon the guitar, which gave birth, in great measure, to the fantastic character of his performances. What does this excerpt reveal about the narrator of the story?
Rewrite each of the following sentences, adding an adverb to modify the verb. She acted to find a solution. They walked through the woods. Gordon spoke to Chief Crazy Horse. What you see may be a mirage.
An adverb is a word that modifies a verb, adjective, clause or another adverb. They provide more information on these words, such as manner, time, place, frequency, degree, etc. Adverbs often have the termination "-ly." However, they can also look exactly like adjectives (such as fast).