To which country can tragedy and comedy be traced back? in hamlet acts 1,2, and 3 england


Answer 1
Answer: Hamlet can be traced to Denmark, as the whole plot happens mostly in Denmark, and he is the Prince of Denmark, after all.
Answer 2

the answer is Greece I just did this

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Which two statements accurately describe the early history of lyric poetry?


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Find the section where a car is racing down the street, aiming to hit montag. author ray bradbury uses repetition in this section, starting seven short sentences with the same two words. first, what are the two words that bradbury uses? second, what effect does this technique have on the scene and on the reader?


The two words Bradbury uses repeatedly in this scene are "The beetle". The repetition adds to the suspense of the scene. Each time "the beetle" is repeated the reader can feel the car getting closer and closer. Because the sentences are very short and similarly structured, they speed up the pace of the scene just like the car is picking up speed. 

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The Prince Waits

The Prince of the Gold Portal sat cross-legged on a comfortable patch of long grass at the very lip of the glass-clear pond, in which silver and orange carp swam back and forth in idle, silent groups. Where was his tea, he wondered? He looked around to see whether the servants were arriving with the longed-for cup of steaming liquid. Dipping his fingers languidly into the cool pond, he delicately plucked out an oval-shaped purple leaf with fine-toothed edges, then let it drop so he could capture a newer one, a larger, brilliantly red leaf whose crinkled surface curled like the palm of a hand. Behind him, at the edge of the wide, sloping lawn, the tall, green fronds of bamboo waved, as mild as grazing sheep, and the politely clicking melody of wooden wind chimes wafted from the weathered pine balcony of his twelve-bedroom cottage. He would write a poem, he decided, for the leaf-watching festival, the Emperor’s favorite week of the year. A poem, perhaps about the bare slopes of Mount Atu, and a lone climber struggling up the mountainside as a late spring snow began to cover his shoulders. I am that climber, he thought, remembering the recent power struggles at the palace.

All the nobles and royals of the court would be present at the poetry reading contest, returning from their summer retreats to begin the excitement of the new social season. Cranes would fly picturesquely across the face of the full moon; toy paper boats carrying small-flamed candles would drift like glad-eyed children on the palace’s artificial lake. Sighing with expectation, the prince inhaled deeply the thin, tickling tang of pine-needle incense. Yes, the Emperor would approve of his poem, and perhaps grant him an honor such as the green sash of the Keeper of the Park! Our civilization, the prince thought, has reached a glorious peak.
How does Paragraph 2 help develop the setting of this story?

A.It says that the prince hopes to be made Keeper of the Park.

B.It shows the prince thinking that his civilization has reached a glorious peak.

C.It says that the nobles will soon return from their summer retreats for the beginning of the new season.

D.It describes the prince blissfully inhaling the aroma of pine-needle smoke.



B.It shows the prince thinking that his civilization has reached a glorious peak.


This is the most accurate description of how paragraph 2 helps develop the setting of this story. In this paragraph, we see that the prince believes that his civilization has reached a glorious peak. This develops the setting by implying that the civilization the Prince lives in is one of refinement and advancement. Moreover, it implies that the civilization is particularly developed when compared to others that existed at the time.

I say it's B but I might be wrong

Create your own extended definition for poetry, automobile, or exposition.


the art of rhythmical composition, written or spoken, for exciting pleasure by beautiful, imaginative, or elevated thoughts. 
literary work in metrical form; verse. 
prose with poetic qualities. 
poetic qualities however manifested: the poetry of simple acts and things. 
poetic spirit or feeling: The pianist played the prelude with poetry. 
something suggestive of or likened to poetry: the pure poetry of a beautiful view on a clear day. 

a passenger vehicle designed for operation on ordinary roads and typically having four wheels and a gasoline or diesel internal-combustion engine. 

(in a play, novel, etc.) dialogue, description, etc., that gives the audience or reader the background of the characters and the present situation. 

Are you sure you meant automobile? it doesn't really fit with these literary words.

1. Find the mistake: The supervisor promised the assistant who had the most seniority that he would get promotion soon. a) The supervisor
b) the assistant
c) the most seniority
d) promotion soon

2. Find the mistake: When you go to the office supply store, please pick up pens, black ink cartridge, and rubber bands.
a) The office supply store
b) pens
c) black ink cartridge
d) rubber bands

3. Find the mistake: The architects are sending over floor plans that you saw at meeting you had last week in the Cantor Building.
a) The architects
b) floor plans
c) meeting
d) the Cantor Building

4. Find the mistake: Rabbit is a wonderful dish served in Italian restaurant around the corner from here
a) Rabbit is
b) wonderful dish
c) Italian restaurant
d) the corner

5. Find the mistake: Where’s report I left on the table next to the TV in the living room?
a) report
b) on the table
c) the TV
d) the living room

6. Find the mistake: Let me know if the phone rings because I am expecting the call from a client in the Netherlands.
a) the phone rings
b) the call
c) client
d) the Netherlands

7. Find the mistake: Some astronomers contend that in ancient times, the Big Horn Medicine Wheel, an arrangement of stones in Wyoming, must have serve as sighting points for observations of the sun.
a) contend
b) Wyoming
c) have serve
d) sighting

8. Find the mistake: Because doctors are treating more people for skin cancer, it is widely believed that changes in the protective layers of earth’s atmosphere must be produce harmful affects now.
a) are treating
b) believed
c) changes
d) must be produce

9. Find the mistake: Secretariat run the Kentucky Derby in 1.59 minutes, setting a record that has remained unbroken since 1973.
a) run
b) setting
c) has remained
d) since 1973

10. Find the mistake: The Food and Drug Administration, known as the FDA, makes grocers and restaurant owners pasteurized all milk before selling it.
a) known
b) makes
c) pasteurized
d) selling

11. Find the mistake: Besides his contribution to the field of science, Franklin helped the people of Philadelphia founded an insurance company, a hospital,
a public library, and a night watch, as well as a city militia
a) his
b) helped
c) founded
d) as well

12. Find the mistake: If Baby Geese are hatched in the absence of their mother, they following the first moving object they see.
a) their
b) following
c) moving
d) see

13. Find the mistake: The Rural Free Delivery Act was passed so that people on farms could have their mail deliver cheaper and faster.
A) was passed
b) could
c) their
d) deliver


In order of the questions, the answers are D,C,C,C,A,B,C,D,A,C,C,B,D. the main problems were that there were missing prepositions, a lack of pluralizing nouns, and incorrect verb tenses.

This question is based on the following poem.    1 Laugh and be merry, remember, better the world with a song,
   2 Better the world with a blow in the teeth of a wrong.
   3 Laugh, for the time is brief, a thread the length of a span.
   4 Laugh and be proud to belong to the old proud pageant of man.

(Laugh and Be Merry/John Masefield/Public Domain)

What is the rhyme pattern in this stanza?

A. First and third lines rhyme; second and fourth lines rhyme.
B. First and second lines rhyme; third and fourth rhyme.
C. All four lines have the same ending rhyme.
D. There is no rhyme pattern in this stanza.


Your answer is B. First and second lines rhyme; third and fourth rhyme.

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There is no rhyme pattern in this stanza

How can i convert this sentence into condicional: jane went to the front of the security line because she's a flight attendant.?


If Janes is a flight attendant, then she can skip to the front of the security line.

This may help a little bit :)

Mark typically responds to stress in a calm and thoughtful manner. Chandler usually becomes agitated. The reactions of Mark and Chandler indicate that each has a distinctive: A) reaction formation. B) collective unconscious. C) Oedipus complex. D) self-serving bias. E) personality.


The reactions of Mark and Chandler indicate that each has a distinctive personality.

What is personality?

Personality is the characteristic sets of behaviors, cognitions, and emotional patterns which  are formed from biological and environmental factors, and  change over  period of time. There is no generally agreed-upon definition of personality, most theories focus on motivation and psychological interactions of person  with the environment.

Trait-based personality theories, which are  those defined by Raymond Cattell, define personality as traits that predict an individual's behavior. On the other hand, more behaviorally-based approaches define personality through learning and habits. Nevertheless, most theories view personality as relatively stable.

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Answer: e


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