# The construction of the glen canyon dam formed which body of water?

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Why is mechanics in writing important

Mastering the mechanics of writing well is an important skill to have, particularly at such an important stage in life as that of completing education or starting a career

Which is correctly written? A) Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. "Daddy! Amelia is so mean. She said, Get away from me! "
B) Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. 'Daddy! Amelia is so mean. She said, 'Get away from me!'
C) Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. "Daddy! Amelia is so mean. She said, 'Get away from me!' "
D) Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. "Daddy!" 'Amelia is so mean. She said, Get away from me!' "

C) Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. "Daddy! Amelia is so mean. She said, 'Get away from me!' "

Explanation:

This answer choice is correct because it uses the proper quotation marks to begin her statement ("), and then the (') is used correctly. You only use one quotation mark when there is a quote/statement inside of another quote/statement.

The correct answer is C

Explanation:

The second option is OUT!

The reason why I say this would be because when someone is getting ready to speak, the sentence needs to have quotation marks, and the second option, which is D, does not have quotation marks, So that's out for sure!

B is wrong because when saying "she said get away from me". It was spelled just with no quotation marks. and not "'. This is why.

But, after looking at there other options, your correct answer would actually be Sobbing, Jenny ran up to her father. "Daddy! Amelia is so mean. She said, 'Get away from me!' "

This would be because they have ' ' inside of the "". This is why.

Hope this was useful to you!

Read the excerpt from "The Rosetta Stone.” Then chance stepped in. In 1798, Napoleon went to Egypt to protect its trade interests. In addition to an army, he brought along Egyptian scholars who were charged with copying the inscriptions and studying the architecture. The following year, the French bolstered their defenses by rebuilding a fort in the town of Rosetta. In the midst of the fortification, the Rosetta Stone was discovered. Ironically, this large stone tablet was found not by one of the scholars but by a soldier. Luckily, he recognized that the inscriptions must have value. Militarily, Napoleon's Egyptian campaign was a disaster—the British decimated the French navy—but historically, it was of long-lasting importance. Which best describes the primary structure of this excerpt? problem and solution chronological order list form comparison and contrast

The option that best describes the primary structure of this excerpt is chronological order.
You can see exactly the order of events here as they happened - first Napoleon went to Egypt in 1798. Then, in 1799, the French bolstered their defenses, then found the Rosetta Stone, etc. So the entire excerpt tells us what exactly happened at the time in the order these events unfolded.

B: chronological order

What does reinforcement mean

Like extra protection
Reinforcement; To strengthen, gain more power. The process of reinforcing.

Fire Hazards: 1. Locked door to the stairwell
2. Rusty fire escape that collapsed
3. Cluttered work spaces
4. Short ladders only reached 6th floor
5. Not enough water pressure
6. Long wooden tables became obstacles
7. Wicker baskets full of scraps
8. Oily floors spread the fire quickly
9. Fire nets failed to catch jumpers
10. No sprinkler system, only pails of water
11. Flammable barrel of oil
12. Boxes crowding the exit
13. Lack of a required third staircase

Question: (this is easy)
In your opinion, how could some of these fire hazards have been corrected ?

They could have done more to prevent the fire by having less hazardous things and acessable exits.

Which sentence uses quotation marks correctly? A.
Have you seen the play "The Misanthrope" by the French playwright Molière?

B.
The French movie "The Wild Child" tells the story of a boy who grew up in a forest, without human contact.

C.
At the Louvre, we bought a magazine with an article titled "Mona Lisa's Mysterious Smile."

D.
When in France, my mother and I visited the Rodin Museum and saw the famous sculpture "The Thinker."

My Top 3 answers are
A
C
D
If if i had to pick pick 2 it would be A or C

A is incorrect. You would put the title of the play in Italics.

B is also incorrect, I believe we would italicize the title of the movie.

C: is correct  because you put the article titles in quotes

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Examples of things that need quotes:

- poem titles

- quotes

-chapter titles

-magazine and newspaper article titles

-website pages

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Hopefully this helped and good luck.  :)

Book titles can either be underlined or italicized. Usually you underline it handwriting and italicize it when you're typing.
(none of these choices have book titles, though)

Italicize: Magazine names, plays, movies, TV shows, artwork.
(this means that A, B, and D are incorrect)

C is not a magazine name but rather an article, which means you would use quotation marks. The correct answer is C.

Which sentence uses a semicolon correctly? The bus stopped to pick up the passengers; however, one passenger almost missed the bus.

The bus stopped to pick up the passengers: one passenger almost missed the bus.

Although the bus stopped to pick up the passengers; one passenger almost missed the bus.

The bus stopped to pick up the passengers, however, one passenger almost missed the bus.

The first choice uses the semicolon correctly.

Choice 1 is the correct answer

What is the effect of ending lines with a dash a. it makes the poem frightening
b. it speeds the poem up
c. it tells the reader when to pause at the end of the lines
d. it signals figurative language