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Which of the following lines from Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy express his questions about what one experiences after death? Select all that apply

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Answer 1
Answer:

In play “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy express his questions about what one experiences after death. Hamlet is conflicted if he should continue living and suffering or kill himself and put an end to his suffering. He decides that he should continue to live on, a noble decision, because he doesn’t know what death may bring. Comparing death to the sleep, Hamlet characterizes death as  everlasting nightmare, which can be seen in third and fourth line: “The undiscovered country, from whose bourn / No traveller returns, puzzles the will”/ “And makes us rather bear those ills we have / Than fly to others that we know not of?”

Answer 2
Answer:

Both of these are the answers


1. “The undiscovered country, from whose bourn / No traveller returns, puzzles the will”

2. “And makes us rather bear those ills we have / Than fly to others that we know not of?”



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MIDDLE SCHOOL

In The Necklace, which quote best describes Madame Loisel’s husband’s desire to make his wife happy? Question 20 options:

a)

“But one evening her husband reached home with a triumphant air and holding a large envelope in his hand.”

b)

“Very well. I will give you four hundred francs. And try to have a pretty gown.”

c)

“‘How stupid you are!’ her husband cried. ‘Go look up your friend, Madame Forestier, and ask her to lend you some jewels.’”

d)

“Her husband worked evenings, making up a tradesman’s accounts, and late at night he often copied manuscript for five sous a page.”

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Answer:

b) “Very well. I will give you four hundred francs. And try to have a pretty gown.”

Explanation:

From the beginning of the novel, we can see that Madame Loisel was unhappy due to her desire to be wealthy, and the husband does everything within his power to satisfy his wife. The husband went as far as falling into debt just to satisfy the wife but she is just the type that is never satisfied with anything.

So, the husband saying “Very well. I will give you four hundred francs. And try to have a pretty gown.” was just to pleased her and it summarize how much the husband love his wife.

Answer:

b) “Very well. I will give you four hundred francs. And try to have a pretty gown.”

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HIGH SCHOOL

What can you infer from prince prospero's name?

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If you take a look at the name Prospero, you will probably be reminded of the word prosperous. So, we can assume, based on the Prince's name, that he is prosperous, which means rich and successful, which is true, if you've read the story. However, he is a crazy, selfish hedonist, who doesn't think about his subjects at all, but rather just wants to please and save himself.
HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following sentences uses the correct adjective form A. Of everyone at the party, I received the most smallest piece of cake.

B. Of everyone at the party, I received the smallest piece of cake.

C. Of everyone at the party, I received the smaller piece of the cake.

D. Of everyone at the party, I received the more small piece of the cake.

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B) Of everyone at the party, I received the smallest piece of cake.
HIGH SCHOOL

It is sometimes said that scientists are divided into "lumpers" and "splitters." The lumper notices that things which seem very different actually have things in common, so they get lumped together (with variable results). The splitter notices that things which seem the same actually have important points of difference, so they make distinctions and split them apart (also with variable results). In general, how we deal with the world as children or as a society is a matter of lumping and splitting. That is how we form concepts in the first place and then go on to form better concepts. According to the article, what is a "splitter"?

A machine which splits things in two
A scientist
A person who sees the things in common
A person who sees differences in things

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The answer is:  [D]:  "a person who sees differences in things" .
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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What does issue mean?

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Issue mean a problem. Example:I had a issue reading a Arabic book
Issue can be a problem.
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Active listening _________ . decreases the chances of correctly understanding the information never involves feedback on the information us an innate skill that involves "reading between the lines" is a learned skill that requires focusing on the speaker is the same as hearing

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HIGH SCHOOL

Read the passage from Animal Farm. Old Benjamin, the donkey, seemed quite unchanged since the Rebellion. He did his work in the same slow obstinate way as he had done it in Jones's time, never shirking and never volunteering for extra work either. About the Rebellion and its results he would express no opinion. When asked whether he was not happier now that Jones was gone, he would say only "Donkeys live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead donkey," and the others had to be content with this cryptic answer.

How does the central idea of this passage—that older generations are less excited about rebellion than younger ones—serve as social commentary?

It shows how rebellions are always led by younger generations.
It demonstrates how society unfairly treats older people.
It demonstrates how society makes progress with each new generation.
It points out the overenthusiasm and zealousness of the younger generation

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The central idea of this passage—that older generations are less excited about rebellion than younger ones serves as social commentary. It points out the overenthusiasm and zealousness of the younger generation. Thus the correct answer is D.

What is the central idea?

The central idea of any story is to refer to key highlights or characteristics of any event which signifies the summary of the story. This central idea helps the readers to understand the actual meaning of the poem.

As a social critique, the passage's main idea that older generations are less enthusiastic about resistance movements than younger ones draws attention to the younger generation's excessive zeal and enthusiasm.

Therefore, option D is appropriate.

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It points out the overenthusiasm and zealousness of the younger generation.

HIGH SCHOOL

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HIGH SCHOOL

Which of these concepts are major themes of Paradise Lost? -God’s forgiveness
-revenge
-Satan’s redemption
-disobedience of God’s commands
-fate of fallen angels

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The major theme of Paradise Lost is DISOBEDIENCE TO GOD'S COMMANDS.
Paradise lost is an epic poem that talked about Adam and Eve and how they lost their God given paradise as a result of yielding to the devil's temptation. The devil decided to defile the man, who is newly created by God as a revenge on God for sending him and other fallen angels out of heaven and he went ahead and made Adam and Eve to sin against God. 

Answer:

the major concepts of paradise lost would be 1. revenge 2.disobedience of god.

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