ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

The rules for documenting any type of source must be exactly memorized.
a. True
b. False

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Answer 1
Answer: I'd say this is false, because you cannot possibly memorize everything exactly, let alone such rules. You can always look them up, you don't have to learn them by heart.

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HIGH SCHOOL

PART 1 OF QUESTIONS Which statement most accurately describes Chaucer's medieval society?

A) It was a trade-based economy controlled by merchants. Members of the society could choose which of three estates to join--the clergy, the nobles, or the peasant estate.


B) It was an agrarian society based on regional lords who held ultimate authority over the clergy and peasants. Social mobility, or ascending the social order, (the clergy, the nobles, or the peasant estate) was impossible.


C) It was a land-based economy comprised of three estates: the clergy, the nobles, or the peasant/serf estate. The clergy were usually educated. The majority of people were serfs.


D) It was a theocracy and the church dominated all areas social activity, including the clergy, the nobles, or the peasant estate. The noble class was subservient to the powerful and influential clerics.

Question 2 (3 points)
Which statement best describes a central idea in "Chaucer's Changing World?"

A) Medieval society was egalitarian, and social rules and roles adapted to the needs of the individual members of each state.


B) Medieval society was very segmented and structured and each estate had a set of rules and expectations for its members.


C) Life for serfs and peasant was surprisingly secure. Landlords understood and appreciated the peasant's work and strove to protect the health and well-being of each worker.


D) The merchant class developed alliances with the clergy, and thereby assured the rise of the merchant class and preserved the authority and wealth of the church.

Question 3 (3 points)
Which of the following statements best describes the situation for The Canterbury Tales?

a) The Canterbury Tales revolves around a group of disheartened people traveling to Canterbury in order to escape the cruelty of a brutal land baron. To pass the time, the travelers amuse each other by telling stories on the way. The traveler who tells the best story by the half-way point in the journey, gets to ride the horse for the remaining segment of their journey.


b) The Canterbury Tales is a fictional account of Chaucer's actual pilgrimage to Canterbury. Scholars estimate that most of the characters portrayed in the story are based on actual characters.


c) the Canterbury Tales is based on a Spanish pilgrimage, "Camino de Santiago" (the Way of Saint James). In the Spanish version, Catholic monks lead a group of diverse repentant Christians to San Juan de Compostela to seek redemption. Chaucer follows this basic circumstance; however, in the Spanish original the pilgrims tell stories about succumbing to temptations.


d) The Canterbury Tales revolves around a pilgrimage to Canterbury. The pilgrims meet at an inn and decide to travel together. The inn's host suggests a contest: Each pilgrim will tell two stories on the way to Canterbury and two on the return trip. The best story will win its teller a free meal at the inn at the end of the journey.

Question 4 (3 points)
Choose the character described in the following statement:

He has nice horses, but he is “not gaily dressed.” His outfit shows the signs of his heavy armor.

A) The Squire


B) The Parson


C) The Miller


D) The Knight

Question 5 (3 points)
Chose the character described in the following statement:

He rides a nice horse with loud bells on its gear; he wears nice clothing “with fine gray fur, the finest in the land.” He is fat and bald with prominent eyeballs


A) The Monk


B) The Pardoner


C) The Cleric


D) The Parson

Question 6 (3 points)
Choose the character described in the following statement:

She dresses very finely and

elaborately, particularly in

scarlet red; she has a gap

between her two front teeth.

A) The Prioress


B) The Nun


C) The Wife of Bath


D) The Baker

Question 7 (3 points)
Choose the character described in the following statement:

He has a white neck and dresses very nicely, especially considering that he’s supposed to be a “cloistered scholar.” He speaks with a lisp.

Question 7 options:

A) The Monk


B) The Cleric


C) The Pardoner


D) The Friar

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I say letter a or d is the answer

1. C) It was a land-based economy comprised of three estates: the clergy, the nobles, or the peasant/serf estate. The clergy were usually educated. The majority of people were serfs.


2. D) The merchant class developed alliances with the clergy, and thereby assured the rise of the merchant class and preserved the authority and wealth of the church.


3. d) The Canterbury Tales revolves around a pilgrimage to Canterbury. The pilgrims meet at an inn and decide to travel together. The inn's host suggests a contest: Each pilgrim will tell two stories on the way to Canterbury and two on the return trip. The best story will win its teller a free meal at the inn at the end of the journey.


4. D) The Knight


5. A) The Monk


6. C) The Wife of Bath


7. B) The Cleric


HIGH SCHOOL

Which is an example of biased reporting? O
A. Maps and detailed descriptions are provided.
O
B. Quotes from a wide range of people are used.
O
c. Only people from certain groups are interviewed.
O
D. Sources of information are properly identified.

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Answer:

c. Only people from certain groups are interviewed.

Explanation:

They only interviewed certain people, so that makes the evidence biased.

HIGH SCHOOL

Eila is a 16-year-old girl. Her mom just got remarried to Brick, a strikingly handsome and very kind man. Recently, Eila has begun to taunt Brick about his physique and even tells her mom that she can't stand him even though deep down she is sexually attracted to her stepfather. What defense mechanism is she exhibiting?A) denial B) repression
C) reaction formation
D) isolation

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Answer:

A) Denial

Explanation:

Denial is one kind of different defense mechanisms. We use denial mechanism to avoid dealing with a bad situation, painful feelings, or something we don’t like to admit. Here, Eila does not like to admit that she has been attracted to her stepfather, so she refuses it by saying that she cannot tolerate him.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the paragraph We usually do not think of animals talking, but animals do make sounds. Some fish can make sounds by grinding together the bony parts of their throats. Crickets rub their rough wings together. The chirping of a bird is made when it forces air through its throat. Birds can also make drumming sounds with their feathers and feet. The rattle of a rattlesnake and the slap of a beaver's tail are also examples of the ways animals communicate.


Which method of development was used in this paragraph?
A.
Sequence of events
B.
Example
C.
Comparison and contrast
D.
Cause and effect

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The method of development in this paragraph is examples that helps the theory of how animals make sounds.

Explanation:

The flow of this paragraph is not really the sequence of events as it does not have a pattern or a flow of period or time. The method of development in this paragraph is examples that helps the theory of how animals make sounds.

However, these are set of examples that explains the process of animals making sounds, explaining how and why it is done. Stating the fact or theory and giving out examples to make the reader understand the theory.

Answer:

b

Explanation:i took a test

HIGH SCHOOL

Read the dialogue from act ii scene iv of romeo and juliet.Which word from the conversation best helps the reader understand the mood of the scene?

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Answer:

B- “jest,” because this is a teasing conversation

Explanation:

Read the dialogue from Act II, scene iv of Romeo and Juliet.

Romeo: Thou wast never with me for anything when thou wast not here for the goose.

Mercutio: I will bite thee by the ear for that jest.

Romeo: Nay, good goose, bite not.

Mercutio: Thy wit is a very bitter sweeting; it is a most sharp sauce.

Romeo: And is it not then well served in to a sweet goose?

Can you provide the scene and i will gladly tell you the mood in it
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Write a retell of neil armstrong​

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Born on August 5, 1930, near Wapakoneta, Ohio. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first man to walk on the moon. ... A few years later, Armstrong joined the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), which later became the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

HIGH SCHOOL

Why can a ‘Friend’ on Social Media sites, not really be considered a true friend? What are ‘Hidden Rules’ for building relationships with people online? Answer: Some hidden rules about considering a true friend is be on the look out for how much information you put out their, remember you may not know who your talking to, or what they precieve about you on the other side of the screen. A friend on social media sites is not really considered a friend because you might not really know who they are as a person or how they act. Be nice don't be too friendly, act yourself don't try to hard it comes off weird and uncomfortable.

Need an opinion.​

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There are some grammar and spelling errors. A friend can not be considered a true friend on social media because you haven't met them (or maybe you have), they could be using a fake profile picture and name. The profile can say they are 16 year old hot guy but really they are a 65 year old pervrt and child predator. Some hidden rules are to make your account private and only follow back the people you've actually met. Also if a person is spamming you, harassing you, threatening you, etc. block them immediately.

*What I wrote is just a suggestion you don't have to use it. If you do choose to use it, reword it to make it sound more formal.

ps. i couldn't write out the underlined word because it would count as an inappropriate word, however the word is an accurate description for some people online.

HIGH SCHOOL

In "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Captain what has happened to mrs. Mallard's before the Story begins? A. He has been detained on a business trip.
B. He is on a list of those killed in a railroad accident.
C. He has abandoned.
D. He is on a list of those killed in combat.

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Louise Mallard - A woman whose husband is reportedly killed in a train accident. When Louise hears the news, she is secretly happy because she is now free. She is filled with a new lust for life, and although she usually loved her husband, she cherishes her newfound independence even more. She has a heart attack when her husband, alive after all, comes home

HIGH SCHOOL

Read the following sentence. Brandon's huge collection of paper cranes come from his origami hobby.
Which answer shows a correctly revised version of the above sentence?

A.
Brandon's huge collection of paper cranes comes from his origami hobby.
B.
Brandon's huge collections of paper cranes comes from his origami hobby.
C.
Brandon's huge collection of paper cranes come's from his origami hobby.
D.
The sentence is correct as it is written.

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The correct answer among all the other choices is D. The sentence is correct as it is written. The sentence doesn't need to be revised. Thank you for posting your question. I hope this answer helped you. Let me know if you need more help. 
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