ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

What factors might influence family composition

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Answer 1
Answer:

It can be the type social class to which they came from. Some it could be their occupation and the amount of income that they make.  Their moral beliefs can also be a factor in this issue.  Lastly, the type of environment where they live in can also affect the composition of a family.


Related Questions

HIGH SCHOOL

One way an English sonnet is different from a Petrarchan sonnet because an English sonnet contains A couplet < A sestet Give quatrains None of the above

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Answer:

A couplet is the correct answer.

Explanation:

A Petrarchan sonnet has its own rhyme and structure, meaning that they are composed by two stanzas and octave (eight lines) and a sestet (six lines) or they may have three stanzas (two quatrains -four lines- and a sestet;) on the other hand, the English sonnet has fourteen lines with three quatrains (12 lines) and a couplet (two lines.)

An english sonnet contains 3 quatrains and a finishing couplet. a petrarchan sonnet contains an octave and a sestet.

the english sonnet has a couplet where a petrarchan sonnet does not. neither have 5 quatrains.
HIGH SCHOOL

Words that sound alike but have different meanings are called ? A. antonyms. B. synonyms. C. homonyms. D. heteronyms.

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The correct answer is homonyms.

The answer would be C
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of these sentences is INCORRECT 1- With whom did you go skiing today?
2- Who's going to the park today?
3-I have two brothers, one of whom is a scientist.
4- Okay, who do you agree with?

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I have 2 brothers, one of whom is a scientist

Number 3 is incorrect.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Several members of the Ecology Club __________ at the park on weekends. Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence. A) volunteer B) volunteers C) volunteering D) is volunteering

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The answer is A: volunteer.

Answer:

a

Explanation:

COLLEGE

Directly stating the meaning of an unknown word is what kind of context clue? A. elaborating detail
B. definition
C. example

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A because it is an unknown word
Answer: B. definition
HIGH SCHOOL

PLEASE HELP??? 27. Which of these is a possessive case pronoun?

-who
-whose
-whoever
-whomever

28. Which of these is NEAREST in connotative meaning to the word cat?

-kitty
-stray
-feline
-tomcat

29. Which of these is a singular reflexive (or intensive) pronoun?

-me
-yours
-yourself
yourselves

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Answer:

  • 27. The possessive case pronoun is the second one: whose.
  • 28. The nearest in connotative meaning to the word cat is the third one: feline.
  • 29. The singular reflexive (or intensive) pronoun is the third one: yourself.

Explanation:

  • 27. A possessive pronoun indicates possession. For example, Whose pencil is this?
  • 28. In this case, the word is feline because all the other options add some characteristics that the original word (cat) doesn't have. For example, tomcat is actually a cat, but is a male and domestic. Feline is a more formal way to refer to a cat without adding any other condition that we don't know if it has.
  • 29. A reflexive pronoun is a word that ends in self or selves that is used when the subject and the object of the sentence are the same, for example I trust myself. The reflexive pronouns can be singular or plural, the singular reflexive pronoun in this case is yourself.

28 is feline 
feline is the technical term for cat i believe


MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which sentence uses italics or quotation marks correctly? A.
You have probably heard of another of his ballets, Swan Lake.







B.

"The Sleeping Beauty" is the third of Tchaikovsky's great ballets.








C.

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, a Russian composer, wrote three very famous ballets, including The Nutcracker.








D.

Tchaikovsky also wrote an opera titled "The Queen of Spades."

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B or D, whichever one is actually in italics. (They don't show on this)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

1 : Is the following sentence in Active or Passive voice? The hamster can be kept in a cage

2 : Is the following sentence written in Active or Passive voice?
The police didn't find the robber last week.

3 : Is the following sentence written in Active or Passive voice?
The search will be stopped because of the storm.

4 : Is the following question written in the Active or Passive voice?
The train is going to arrive late.

5 : Is the following sentence in Passive or Active voice?
The friends have been looking forward to meeting her.

6 : Is the following sentence written in the Active or Passive voice?
The report must be completed by next Friday.

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Answer:

  1. passive
  2. active
  3. passive
  4. active
  5. active
  6. passive

Explanation:

The active voice reveals the doer of the action that is mentioned in the sentence and attributes the action to a certain person or thing. The active voice is more affirmative since the perpetrator is known.

The passive voice is more discrete and tells what is being done to what without saying who or what is the doer of the action. The passive voice is used to make general statements without attributing the action to anything or anyone in particular.

Answer:

passive

active

passive

active

active

passive

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

What does Shelley mean by impetus when he asks the wind, "be thought me,impetus one!"?

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He means that it is Powerful

Answer:

she thoiyh tt ahst se faushh huhhuhuhu uhuhuhuh huhuhdsaaaaaaaaaEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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