ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

What do the verbs fit, set, and read have in common? A. They keep the same form no matter what tense is used. B. They are all considered regular verbs. C. They are pronounced differently depending on their use. D. Each one requires the addition of a helping verb.

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Answer 1
Answer: A They keep the same form no matter what tense is used 

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When writing an analysis, how many aspects of a play should you aim to analyze? A. one
B. two
C. three
D. four or more

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Answer:

1 main point

Explanation:

plato/edmentum

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How does paragraph 4 relate to paragraph 3?

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Answer: It connects the past and present use of bicycles in the military by giving examples from recent history

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Answer:

It connects the past and present use of bicycles in the military by giving examples from recent history

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How does jim o'connor feel about his own future in the glass menagerie

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The answer would be, "He is optimistic".

In the character descriptions preceding the play, Jim is described as a "nice, ordinary, young man." He is the emissary from the world of normality. Yet this ordinary and simple person, seemingly out of place with the other characters, plays an important role in the climax of the play.

The audience is forewarned of Jim's character even before he makes his first appearance. Tom tells Amanda that the long-awaited gentleman caller is soon to come. Tom refers to Jim as a plain person, someone over whom there is no need to make a fuss. He earns only slightly more than does Tom and can in no way be compared to the magnificent gentlemen callers that Amanda used to have.

Jim's plainness is seen in his every action. He is interested in sports and does not understand Tom's more illusory ambitions to escape from the warehouse. His conversation shows him to be quite ordinary and plain. Thus, while Jim is the long-awaited gentleman caller, he is not a prize except in Laura's mind.

The ordinary aspect of Jim's character seems to come to life in his conversation with Laura. But it is contact with the ordinary that Laura needs. Thus it is not surprising that the ordinary seems to Laura to be the essence of magnificence. And since Laura had known Jim in high school when he was the all-American boy, she could never bring herself to look on him now in any way other than exceptional. He is the one boy that she has had a crush on. He is her ideal.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which sentence belongs in an objective summary of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl? a) Living in fear in a cramped attic with seven other Jews, Anne Frank vividly relays her thoughts and feelings about her life in hiding during the Holocaust.

b) Anne Frank, an outspoken, fresh-faced teen, kept a detailed diary of her experiences living with her family and four other Jews while living in hiding from the Nazis during the occupation of Amsterdam during the war.

c) Written with a maturity beyond her years, Anne Frank’s diary tells the story of her and her family’s life in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam during the war.

d) Anne Frank’s diary tells the story of Anne’s life while she, her family, and four others lived in hiding in a warehouse in Amsterdam during the Nazi occupation.

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The answer is D. I hope this helps :3

Answer:

d) Anne Frank’s diary tells the story of Anne’s life while she, her family, and four others lived in hiding in a warehouse in Amsterdam during the Nazi occupation.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Synonyms can be used in a text in order to: A. add variety to word choice.
B. add emotional appeal.
C. confuse the reader.
D. create internal rhymes.

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The correct answer is A, to add variety to word choice. Synonyms are words which have the same meaning, so in order not to repeat the same word over and over again, you just use a word which has the same meaning, but has a different form, so that you can add some variety. 
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Read the excerpt from The Crisis. Number "Let it be told to the future world, that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive, that the

city and the country, alarmed at one common danger, came forth to meet and to repulse it."

In this excerpt, Paine uses hyperbole to

inspire his readers to persevere,

warn readers of the difficulties ahead,

teach readers how to survive cold weather

describe the sacrifices readers must make,

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Answer:

In this excerpt, Paine uses hyperbole to  inspire his readers to persevere.

Explanation:

Thomas Paine's "The Crisis Number 1", he stressed on the importance of the American people to fight for their independence from Great Britain. He uses numerous figurative languages to lay emphasis on his purpose and aim of the article. He likens the power of the British over the American nation akin to dictatorship.

In the given context of the text, he is seen imploring to the common people and everyone to fight for what is theirs and not be made to be under a foreign power. His use of hyperbole in this speech is an exaggerated claim to the oppression of the British rule on the American people. Using the backdrop of the extreme winter "when nothing but hope and virtue could survive", he implores on the people to "come forth to meet [the common danger] and to repulse it". This hyperbole acts as a source of inspiration for the readers to persevere and keep up the fight for independence.

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Experts believe that most native americans died of diseases like smallpox, typhoid, or diphtheria in the first decades of contact with european settlers. which statement best explains this phenomenon?

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the native americans have never been exposed to the diseases

I would need to see the statments to be sure but i belive that the answer is,
eouropeans would travel to america on ships infested with rats carrieing these deadly diseases which is also to be belived that is why america has these diseases in the first place.
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Which pronoun best completes the sentence? How is the pronoun used? Did Suzanne thank Kerry and __________ for the decorations? a. she; indirect object
b. her; indirect object
c. she; direct object
d. her; direct objec

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D. Her; Direct Object
Since it shows the names Suzanne and Kerry and talking about how Suzanne should thank the person
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What is "the richness of the promise" that the Statue of Liberty represents? What are two "promises" that has not run out?

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In the address on the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, "the richness of the promise" that it represents is the New World and the two promises it symbolizes are liberty and peace. Thank you for posting your question. I hope this answer helped you. Let me know if you need more help. 
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