ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which event described in chapter 2 of the scarlet letter occurs when hester leaves for jail

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Answer 1
Answer:

Young children run heedlessly before Hester to the scaffold


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

In the paragraph box below, write a figurative expression that you have heard. Do not copy any of the expressions already used in this lesson. Next to the figurative expression, write its meaning.

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Answer:

Explanation: "you're toast" means that the speaker believes he/she will beat whoever they're talking to in a fight or contest or game or something

Answer:

Someone could say 'Your on fire!' because your doing really good, or are on a winning streak.

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

A peer reviewer should do all of the following EXCEPT a. notify you about grammatical errors.
b. ask you to clarify what you've written.
c. identify problems with logical sequencing.
d. rewrite poorly presented supporting details.

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I think the answer is D. rewrite poorly presented supporting details because a peer reviewer's job is to identify any errors in your writing before it's submitted. A peer reviewer cannot rewrite or fix your errors, they must notify you and you have to fix them yourself.
HIGH SCHOOL

What is one way to appeal to ethos

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An "appeal to ethos" is an appeal to ethics. One way to appeal to ethics is to convince someone of the character or credibility of the person doing the persuading. Therefore, one way to appeal to ethics is for the persuader to provide credentials, experience, and accomplishments related to the given topic in order to build credibility.

Answer: by responding to views that appose yours.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Because I could not stop for Death - He kindly stopped for me –
Which of these poetic devices does she use here?
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A. Metaphor
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B. Personification
O C. Rhyme
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D. Simile
+ PREVIOUS

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Answer:

Personification

Explanation:

the author is referring to death as a character, which it is not

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In the following sentences, identify the correct form of the verb. Many Canadian citizens who live in Montreal speak/speaks French. She speak/speaks highly of the new president of the company. Grace usually sleep/sleeps longer than her sister. Newborn babies sleep/sleeps for 16 to 17 hours a day. Jorge suffer/suffers from chronic back pain. People with Alzheimer's disease suffer/suffers from memory loss.

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This question has to do with the correct form of present simple tense for each person. Here, you should know that this form for every person looks the same, except for third person (he, she, it) where you have to add -s. Having this in mind, these are the correct answers:

1. Many Canadian citizens who live in Montreal speak French.
2. She speaks highly of the new president of the company.
3. Grace usually sleeps longer than her sister.
4. Newborn babies sleep for 16 to 17 hours a day.
5. Jorge suffers from chronic back pain.6. People with Alzheimer's disease suffer from memory loss. 

Speak,speaks,sleeps,sleep,suffers,suffer  in this order :)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

In narrative writing, using first-person point of view tells the story from the perspective who... A) Is part of the story
B) can observe all of the characters of the story from the outside
C) can observe only one of the characters of the story from the outside
D) is completely outside the story and has only second-hand knowledge

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Is part of the story. Examples of this are Percy Jackson, Maximum Ride, and many, many other books.

Answer by YourHope:


Hi! :)


In narrative writing, using first-person point of view tells the story from the perspective who is part of the story!


Have a BEAUTIFUL day~

MIDDLE SCHOOL

True or false? Mr. ten Boom prayed and read his Bible daily.


Coming From The Book "The Hiding Place'

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I believe the answer is true but i haven't read that book in a little over a year. i hope that somewhat helped

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True

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

Susan b. Anthony quotes the preamble of the US Constitution in her speech "On Women's Right to Vote" toA) offer evidence that women deserve to vote.
b. state a reason that women have little freedom.
c. outline her reasoning about why women should vote.
d. rebut the counterclaim that women already have freedom.

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The correct answer is: A) offer evidence that women deserve to vote.

Indeed, the rhetorical method is to contrast the preamble to the Constitution and to analyze it and compare it with the treatment of women in Eastern States, which included legal action if they tried to exercise their right to vote. She had been arrested in 1872 for trying to vote in Rochester New York for the presidential election. In court, she delivered this speech which exposed the hypocrisy of the patriarchal establishment.

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just wanted to say that the person who answered before me is absolutely correct :)

Explanation: i hope u has a great day, and if u haven´t eaten anything then ill eat u, thx u and bye :))))))

HIGH SCHOOL

World war 1 was also called ____ because of the millions of casulties and the sheer brutal violence

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The Great War? War to End all Wars?
It was called several things such as the war to end all wars or the great war it was also even called the chemists war do to the first time using chemical weapons however i think your answer would be the great war 
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(1) In New York, back in the nineteenth century, it was customary for politicians to host big events, called Beefsteaks, dedicated to the eating of beef. (2) They used the event to try to curry favor among the people and win their votes. (3) The organizers would rent an enormous hall. (4) People would sit down at long picnic tables. (5) The beef was always grilled tenderloin, brought straight from the grill. (6) In Australia they like to put shrimp on the grill. (7) The beef was then cut into small pieces and placed on a small piece of stale bread and served to the hungry guests. (8) Tradition dictated that no one ever ate the bread. (9) Rather, the bread was stacked on the table into “towers” as proof of how much beef has been consumed. (10) Also, there were no utensils allowed. (11) Everyone ate with their fingers, and washed down the beef with ale. (12) There was debate about whether any side dishes should be served. (13) Fried or baked potatoes, pickles, lamb, and even organ meats were served by some Beefsteaks. (14) Mostly, however, people just wanted beef. (15) After all, beef, it was expensive in those days and these events were all-you-can-eat. (16) Eventually in the twentieth century, when women could finally vote, the Beefsteak ceased to be an all-male event. (17) Later, the tradition faded away and survived only in a few union halls in Bergen and Passaic counties in northern New Jersey. (18) Today there is a Beefsteak revival in New York. (19) Not by politicians, but just by people who want to eat plenty of beef. In context, which is the best version of the underlined portion of the sentence reprinted below? After all, beef, it was expensive in those days and these events were all-you-can-eat. After all the beef, those days were expensive It, all the beef, was expensive in those days After all, it was expensive in those days After all beef, it was expensive in those days After all, beef was expensive in those days