Which situation is the best example of irony? A. A chef needs a spatula but can't find one anywhere. B. The president has 10 minutes to make a big decision. C. A former movie star is forced to accept only bit parts. D. The only character who feels sympathy is a robot. answer: DSeen 10 months ago sophiahernandezsv 1 answers
Question 1 of 10 Which of the following sentences is most clearly describing a theme? A Imagination is more important than intellect. B. Dark Shadows lay across the path like the bars of a cage. o 0 The golden feather represents Mrs. Whitherby's soul. D The Second World War lasted from 1939 to 1945. SUBMItSeen 10 months ago williamsangel365 1 answers
!PLEASE HELP, NO GOOFY ANSWERS PLEASE AND THIS IS A SERIOUS ASSIGHNMENT, IF YOU CANT ANSWER PLEASE DONT MAKE ONE JUST TO GET THE POINTS. IF YOU DO THIS I WILL MAKE 3 QUESTIONS THAT WILL SAY WHATS 1+1 YOU YOU CAN CLAIM MORE POINTS BC THE MAX IS 100 SO THATS MY DEAL. Begin your Works Cited page as you write your body. List all the resources you decide to use in your writing. See the lesson on citing sources or the Writer’s Workshop for the correct format. You will not submit this page in this lesson. You will submit it with your final draft. View the grading rubric as you complete your work. This is your guide to a super submission. Include your introduction paragraph from your introduction lesson. Write three body paragraphs for your article. Write a topic sentence for each body paragraph. Clearly support your topic sentence with valid evidence from your research. Use signal phrases with a direct quote in your article. Use transition phrases to connect ideas, sentences, and paragraphs. Use precise language to show your understanding of your topic. Use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Write in the third person point of view. Save your work to your computer or drive. Submit your work in 02.08 Support Your Ideas.Seen 11 months ago mrtaylorbrannon 1 answers
3 Select the correct answer. excerpt from "Shoes: Feet First!" from A History of Travel in 50 Vehicles by Paula Grey & Phillip Hoose wite the relatively recent age of the early shoes found to date, tists believe that humans were wearing shoes as much as Do years ago, Shoes made of reeds, papyrus, or even leather mpose easily, leaving few or no traces. But people who don't shoes have wider feet and bigger gaps between their big nd the other four. In studying bones of the smaller toes of lized skeletons, scientists observed that the thickness of bones decreased somewhere between 40,000 and Do years ago. They believe the change was the result of ing shoes Read this sentence again, In studying bones of the smaller toes of fossilized skeletons, scientists observed that the thickness of these bones decreased somewhere between 40,000 and 26,000 years ago. How does the sentence develop the author's claim in the passage? ОА. It shows how the scientists made their conclusions about what materials were used to make shoes. OB. It explains why the thickness of bones decreased in fossilized skeletons. Ос. It explains why people used reeds and papyrus to make their shoes. It shows how the scientists made their conclusions about when people began wearing shoes. OD. Reset Next Edmentum. All rights reserved.Seen 11 months ago boemaggie494 1 answers
How does the author create of A Modern Love Letter surprise? Explain how the author structures the passage and uses foreshadowing. Cite examples that show how do these technique develop the element of surprise. Your response should be at least two complete paragraphs. Use proper MLA formatting (Times New Roman, size 12, double spaced, indented paragraphs).Seen 12 months ago Ananyanastra657 1 answers
Read this sentence from a short story, and try to identify the story’s setting. Because the road from Adam’s home to the village was marked by deep wagon ruts, he had to walk in the high grass on either side. Based on this story’s setting, what conflict is Adam likely to face? 1 trying to save his family’s farm from a wildfire 2 fighting against a gang focused on marking its territory 3 fighting in a war against creatures from another planet 4 trying to survive in a filthy dangerous citySeen 10 months ago happydrewdrew 1 answers
HELP PLZ TIMED I WILL GIVE BRAIN THING. Which statements about a moral dilemma apply to the character of Mark Antony? Select two options. He has to decide whether to accept or refuse the role of king. He has to decide whether assassination is necessary for the republic. He has to decide whether to support a republic or a monarchy. He has to decide whether to go to war with the conspirators. He has to decide whether or not to allow his nephew to be killed.Seen 7 months ago mg2212605 1 answers
(0) Quinn keeps a weekly blog about the horseback riding lessons she takes. One of her entries read (1) I'm no seasoned veteran, but I would at the very least invest in a sturdy pair of boots. (2) The friend Brian suggests buying riding breeches, which fit snugly and won't chafe, (4) The jeans I've Why does Ouinn include sentence 4 in her blog entry A to contrast her opinion with Briarts by saying jeans work fine for riding B to advise her readers on which kind of jeans work best for horseback riding C acknowledge that she's not an expert rider, but she has had some experienceSeen 11 months ago haleyisbeast121213 1 answers
Which sentence is grammatically correct? Please send the completed surveys to her and me in the self-addressed envelope provided. Please send the completed surveys to she and I in the self-addressed envelope provided. Please send the completed surveys to her and me in the self-addressed envelop provided.Seen 9 months ago HarleyQuinnrd4281 1 answers
Write an essay analyzing the structure and language of the Declaration of Independence. Look specifically at how the structure and language support the overall purpose, and use specific examples from the text to support your thesis. Your assignment should include the following elements: A strong introductory paragraph Relevant evidence from the text Supporting evidence with commentary You should have completed a draft of this assignment in the activity before this one. If you haven't done so, go back and complete that activity now.Seen 12 months ago jmolina0303 1 answers
What is one reason that Thomas Paine brings up the opposing argument that the colonies have done well under British control? O A. To build ethos by showing he understands the other side B. To create a simile by comparing the arguments to each other C. To create parallelism by showing the opposing arguments side by side D. To build pathos by showing he feels bad for his opponentsSeen 9 months ago toxicscareface 1 answers
HELP ME OUT PLEASE!!!"Not even Mother Nature remembers the flowers and seeds laying underneath like hidden treasure waiting to be discovered in the hull of a sunken pirate ship. The author uses personification and simile in this excerpt to A) Describe the boat that is hidden under the snow. B) Explain that it is hard to remember that spring will bring flowers to the field soon C) Show that there is buried treasure waiting to be found in the field. D) Explain that Mother Nature will keep this field covered with snow foreverSeen 9 months ago maryorierz 1 answers
They may police coastal beaches warding off sharks and protecting surfers, in addition.What is the best way to rewrite sentence 8?A. In addition, they may police coastal beaches, warding off sharks and protecting surfers. B. They may police coastal beaches that are warding off sharks and protecting surfers in addition. C. In addition, they may police coastal beaches, or will be warding off sharks and protecting surfers. D. They may be policing coastal beaches because warding off sharks and protecting surfers in addition.Seen 8 months ago moreno40643 1 answers
Scary Story Planner Before you start writing, plan out some of your story elements and be sure to follow the guidelines by filling out the chart below. If you want to, use a “scary story starter” as your inspiration for a new story. Scary Story Element Choices for Your Scary Story Likable main character(s) List them AND describe them! Opposing Settings: Remember: setting includes time AND place! “Something’s Not Quite Right”: What will happen to make the characters and the reader nervous? (This is the first event or character that causes concern/suspense.) UH-OH: Big moment of suspense! (Will your character(s) be overcome by the scary element or will they defeat it?) Scary story “regulars”: What typical scary story character will show up in your story? (Ex: vampire, ghost, demon animal, etc...) A Twist? Will your story have a twist at the end? If so, what will it be? No twist? Then, how will it end? : Now, put all of those together into a story! Remember, since it’s not a movie and you can’t see your story, you’re going to have to show it with imagery and details!! Explode the moment! Remember to think about all 5 senses! Title: Scary story:Seen 10 months ago egarley6 1 answers
NEED HELP PLEASE HELPPPPPP Narrative essays tell a story - a story of a specific experience in your life. Here are the particulars for this discussion board: 1) Read the essay "Piracy Gave Me A Future" at https://courses.lumenlearning.com/readinganthology/chapter/piracy-gave-me-a-future-by-daniel-starkey/ Share your general impressions of the essay as a piece of narrative writing. Was the thesis (main idea) of the narrative clear? If so, what was it? What about the level of description? More importantly, did the author engage you? Why or why not? 2) Share what ideas you have for your narrative reflective essay. Explain why you think your event or experience will be an interesting one to both write and for other people to read about. Will there be a general lesson behind it? Also, don't forget to reply to at least 2 other people in the discussion board this week. Feel free to agree/disagree with their analysis of the essay and provide some advice on their proposed topic ideas.Seen 7 months ago rock854 1 answers
In O. Henry’s The Gift of the Magi, a central theme is love and how it motivates people. Answer one of the following questions in two paragraphs. How does a reader know that Jim love Della? How does a reader know that Della loves Jim? Your first paragraph should be an introduction with topic, background, and thesis statement. Your second paragraph should include a minimum of two quotes for textual evidence with thorough explanations of how they prove your claim.Seen 10 months ago Ekuakypoo 1 answers
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