When a story is told from the _____ point of view, the narrator has full knowledge of all the characters. limited third-person
Volts is the measure of which of the following a. circuits
b. electrical potential
Read the passage. (1) I think that schools should switch from using paper textbooks to using computer tablets. (2) Textbooks were effective in the pre-digital age, but now we live in a technology-based society, so schools need to get with the program and adopt a modern approach to learning. (3) In fact, the chair of the Federal Communications Commission said that "it’s time for the next stage” of learning with tablets and pointed out how textbooks are often out of date. (4) Opponents argue that tablets aren’t a good choice because initially they’re very expensive. (5) The secretary of education pointed out that tablets can be updated regularly, which saves money in the long run. (6) Not to mention the pluses of having the latest and greatest info! (7) Many experts agree that switching to tablets is important for the future of education. To improve the logical flow of the paragraph, the best place to move sentence 7 is before
Choose the sentence that uses the passive voice. a brandon and jake haven't been told the news yet.
b that restaurant has never received a good review.
c Krista's cat was born with six toes on each paw
d The sprinkler has been running for two hours
My guess is B?
A. Brandon and Jake haven't been told the news yet.
The passive voice is used to put emphasis on who or what receives or experience an action instead of the one who performs the action, and it is made up of the appropriate form of the verb "to be" + the past participle of the main verb.
Sentence A exhibits those characteristics: It puts the focus on the people who have not received the news: Brandon and Jake, instead of the people who told the news; and it uses the appropriate form of the verb "to be", which it's "been" (because the sentence is in Present Perfect), plus the past participle of the verb "tell", which it's "told."
What is the best definition for the underlined word based on the following sentence? "Douglass describes his time with Master Covey as being a wretched experience, making him miss his time with Master Hugh that much more."
B. Unhappy; full of misery
C. Bearable; nondistinct
bearable, non distant
Find the predicate adjective(s) in each sentence. 1. At the end of the day, the hikers were still cheerful and energetic. A. still B. still, cheerful C. still, energetic D. cheerful, energetic 2.The sparkling clear pool looked extremely cold. A. sparkling B. clear C. extremely D. cold 3. Is the underlined word a predicate nominative or predicate adjective? After the race, Nancy felt very happy. A. predicate nominative B. predicate adj
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Es Choose the sentence which maintains coherence and best clarifies the relationship between the independent and dependent
Believe it was dark, we went for a walk.
Despite it was dark, we went for a walk.
Although it was dark, we went for a walk
Never mind it was dark, we went for a walk.
Although it was dark...
Despite being dark, they still went for a walk. Believing it was dark and going for a walk have no coherence and neither does saying " nevermind the darkness, I went to walk! ". Despite is close but is usually paired with being ex. "despite being dark..."
Then she began to talk more loudly. “What he want, I come to New York tell him front of his boss, you cheating me?” And I was trying to calm her down, make her be quiet, while telling the stockbroker, “I can’t tolerate any more excuses. If I don’t receive the check immediately, I am going to have to speak to your manager when I’m in New York next week.” And sure enough, the following week there we were in front of this astonished stockbroker, and I was sitting there red-faced and quiet, and my mother, the real Mrs. Tan, was shouting at his boss in her impeccable broken English. How does this paragraph develop the idea that a person's ability to use language has nothing to do with his or her intelligence?
It describes an occurrence in which the author, who has mastered the language, is shown to be less intelligent than her mother, who hasn't.
It shows an instance in which someone with little mastery of a language nonetheless wisely and correctly recognizes that she is being taken advantage of.
It depicts an incident in which having mastered a language actually proves to be a sign of foolishness or ignorance.
It provides an example of a time when a person who struggled to use language effectively was outsmarted by someone who was more adept with words.
When Jonathan Harker finally found Dracula’s lair, he knew what he had to do. Based on the context, a lair is which of the following?
A lair is a place where the villain hides and sleeps.
It is also used to talk about resting or living places of wild animals. This could also be an allegory of the wilderness of Dracula. Because he turned into different kinds of animals.
The sentence is saying that Harker found the place where Dracula rest at last.
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