the answer to this would be B serious.
I think this is because the way they describe the Black Snake it look like its serious all the time. If you look back at your poem you will see context clues about the story and the characteristics of the Black Snake.
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PLEASENHELP ASAP!!! 20 POINTS!!!! Read the passages. Now Jim was a dreamer, but he was a thinker, too. And he thought one day that if he let his owner meet the cooter, he might get his freedom that way. After all, a talkin cooter was a wonderful thing to hear. So Jim went on back to the plantation. He found the slaveowner, and he says, “Mas, I wanter tell you about this cooter down there at the pond.” I ran away from the plantation and all who I knew there. I lived in the fields and in the woods. Even in caves. Sometimes I slept up in the tree branches. Or in a hay pile. I couldn’t get across the river now, it was watched so closely. Finally, I did get across. Late one night me and my wife went. I had gone back to the plantation to get her. Mr. Rankins had him a bell by this time, along with the light. We were rowin and rowin. We could see the light and hear that bell, but it seemed we weren't getting any closer. It took forever, it seemed. That was because we were so scared and it was so dark and we knew we could get caught and never get gone. —“Carrying the Running-Aways,” Virginia HamiltonRead the passages. Then, write two to three sentences comparing Jim’s viewpoint on escaping from slavery with the nonfiction narrator’s viewpoint on escaping from slavery.
Answer: A)Excited and D) Hopeful
Explanation: I did it in EDGE
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Read the poems below and answer the question that follows. “Listening to Her Practice: My Middle Daughter, on the Edge of Adolescence, Learns to Play the Saxophone” by Barbara Cooker For Rebecca Her hair, that halo of red gold curls, has thickened, coarsened, lost its baby fineness, and the sweet smell of childhood that clung to her clothes has just about vanished. Now she’s getting moody, moaning about her hair, clothes that aren’t the right brands, boys that tease. She clicks over the saxophone keys with gritty fingernails polished in pink pearl, grass stains on the knees of her sister’s old designer jeans. She’s gone from sounding like the smoke detector through Old MacDonald and Jingle Bells. Soon she’ll master these keys, turn notes into liquid gold, wail that reedy brass. Soon, she’ll be a woman. She’s gonna learn to play the blues. Source: Cooker, Barbara. “Listening to Her Practice: My Middle Daughter, on the Edge of Adolescence, Learns to Play the Saxophe.” Ordinary Life. New York: ByLine Press, 2000. El Camino College. Web. 6 May 2011.
“Hanging Fire” by Audre Lorde I am fourteen and my skin has betrayed me the boy I cannot live without still sucks his thumb in secret how come my knees are always so ashy what if I die before the morning comes and momma’s in the bedroom with the door closed. I have to learn how to dance in time for the next party my room is too small for me suppose I die before graduation they will sing sad melodies but finally tell the truth about me There is nothing I want to do and too much that has to be done and momma’s in the bedroom with the door closed. Nobody even stops to think about my side of it I should have been on Math Team my marks were better than his why do I have to be the one wearing braces I have nothing to wear tomorrow will I live long enough to grow up and momma’s in the bedroom with the door closed.
Source: Lorde, Audre. “Hanging Fire.” The Black Unicorn: Poems. New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1978. El Camino College. Web. 06 June 2011.
Which statement is the most accurate comparison of the two poems?
A. Both poems deal with adolescence, but one is blank verse and the other is free verse.
B. Both poems use apostrophe, but only one includes allusions and metaphors.
C. Neither poem uses rhyme, but the poem by Lorde uses rhythm.
D. Both poems deal with adolescence but from different perspectives.
I believe that the correct answer to the question would be A: Both poems deal with adolescence, but one is blank verse and the other is free verse.
The reason for this answer comes from understanding what a blank verse, and a free verse, poems are, and also why they would each apply to these two poems. In the case of Barbara Cooker´s poem, although there is no rhyme to her poem, there is a rythm that can be detected, especially in certain parts of the long stanza. This is the description of a blank verse, it is a poem that presents a rythm, but whose words are unrhymed. Whereas the second poem, "Hanging Fire", by Audre Lorde, does not present either of these characteristics, seeming more like the long diatribe of an adolescent who cannot settle on what they want to say, but think everything at once and want to express everything at once. This is the description of a free verse poem. This is why the answer would be A.
i believe the answer is A
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For which of the following prompts would the RACE method be appropriate? Question 8 options:
Rewrite the passage from a different character's point of view making sure to include appropriate tone and style.
The passage you just read ends with a cliff-hanger. Write an appropriate conclusion for the story using the same characters, setting, and style.
From the passage you just read, determine the central idea and explain how it is developed over the course of the text.
According to the supporting details, what do the speeches by Lincoln and Kennedy have in common?
Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? a. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas.
b. It will follow a proper noun.
c. It will be set off by commas.
d. It will typically include the relative pronoun which.
The statement that is true regarding restrictive adjectival clause is it will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. Restrictive adjective clause limits the meaning the noun it modifies. Unlike Nonrestrictive Adjective Clause, the Restrictive clause should not be set off by commas.
Give some examples of how the symbolism of the mockingbird is used to in reference to the trial and verdict. (from To Kill a Mockingbird)
There's only one answer tho what's the answer?
If you are unsure of the root word in an unfamiliar term the best resource to use would be: a. Thesaurus c. Your teacher b. Dictionary d. Just guess
Dictionary is an edited word list organized in a book. In the dictionary, you can find lexemes and lexemic units, spelling and pronunciation of the word, translation...
In an etymology dictionary, you can find the meaning of the word, how it during the centuries. In this type of dictionary, there is information that includes the development of the word, its earliest recorded occurrence of words.
You should lookup for the root of a dictionary because you can find many useful pieces of information that can help you understand unfamiliar terms.
The dark of knight motif used in this excerpt creates a sense of
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