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b"1. I totally disagree with you. 2. I completely disagree with you. 3. I entirely disagree with you. Do they mean that I don't agree with you at all? 4. I totally don't agree with you. 5. I completely don't agree with you. 6. I entirely don't agree with you. Are they ..."
b'I can\xc2\x92t agree with you a hundred percent. ------------------------------ What does this sentence mean? 1. I cannot agree with you at all. 2. I agree with you, but not one hundred percent.'
b'A writer must include research to ensure the reader understands his point.'
b'Make a passage with these ten words. Angry customers or passagers No fool Customer service Work force Aviation sector Airport Delay Prompt Customer is always right Feed back'
b'What is a Familiar'
b'1. I agree with you that watching TV is a waste of time. 2. I agree with you about the statement that watching TV is a waste of time. 3. I agree that watching TV is a waste of time. ----------------------------- Q1: Are they all grammatical? Do they have the same meaning? Q2: ...'
b"1. I totally disagree with you. 2. I totally don't agree with you. Are both the same? Or are both different in meaning?"
b'The passage: Suppose the state is considering a proposal to raise the legal driving age from 16 to 18. The following letter addresses this proposal. Dear Editor, I understand that the state wants to raise the driving age to 18. That change would be a great mistake. The reason ...'
b'Either Chris or the new employee ________ the mail before Dolores or Charles ________.'
b'Which of the following topics is the clearest example of the informative purpose? A. a short essay describing a recent trip to New Zealand *** B. a eulogy for a deceased friend C. a glowing movie review D. a dialogue between two characters in a play Use the passage to answer ...'
b"1. They can offer skewed or biased view of events. 2. They can offer skewed or biased view about events. -------------------------------- Can we use both 'of' and 'about'? 3. I don't agree with you on/about the fact that ..... 4. I don't agree with the fact that..."
b"1.In my opinion, there are so many advertisements everywhere we go. ------------------------------ Q1: Can we use 'commercials' instead of 'advertisements'? Q2:Can we use 'no matter where' instead of 'everywhere'?"
b'contrast the verb phrase and the noun phrase'
b'The importance of being earnest play please help me 20. Briefly explain two ways the play is either reflective of the Victorian culture or shows the influence of Restoration comedy. Respond in complete sentences. 21. Identify and explain how symbolism is used in the play. ...'
b'What is the genre of the John Henry story? What led you to this conclusion? The story of John Henry is considered a ballad because the story is told in a classic folk song. In those days the men that worked on the railroad used song as a form of entertainment. Through ...'
b'Identify the number of independent and subordinate clauses in the following group of words. Early bicycles had one very large wheel and one very small wheel'
b"In each sentence, there is one word which is incorrect. Choose the one word or phrase that is in? 1.she had apple for breakfast , and then she ate two more apples for lunch 2. what's carren doing over there, she is supposed to be studying, but it looks like she is playing ..."
b'When we make a speech, which expressions do we have to use? 1. First, Second, Third, Fourth,Last, In short, 2. Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly, Fourthly,Lastly, To sum up,'
b"1. I'd like to make a counterargement abainst the opposite team/opponent team. Can we use both terms, 'oposite' and 'opponent' 2. We can watch various lectures and sermons on TV. Many motivators appear on TV and help us to set our goals and prepare for the future. We need to..."
b'Its new and old at the same time and it comes in diffrent sizes'
b"Some people claim that television is the root of all evil, while others think of television as a best friend. Some blame the television for society's violence, consumerism, and misinformation, while others see it as a rich resource for education and global understanding..."
b'The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas, semicolon, and colons. Using your proofreading marks, insert the correct punctuation. 1. The Lock Museum of America a fascinating place in Terryville Connecticut has more than twenty ...'
b'1. Most of us never ask ourselves if and how television might hurting us. 2. Most never ask themselves if and how television might hurting them. 3. Most never ask themselves if and how television might hurting us. ..... Which ones are grammatically correct?'
b'What are desire lines according to tim cresswell place?'
b'The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas, semicolon, and colons. Using your proofreading marks, insert the correct punctuation. 1. Flooding rapidly the gully quickly became a tremendous torrent 2. The Grapes of Wrath which is ...'
b'what is the verb for this, he should be more careful'
b'what is the verb in this sentence? You can remove the bag.'
b'In the poem \xc2\x93Telephone Conversation,\xc2\x94 which of the following best describes the character\xc2\x92s feeling toward the potential landlady? a. resignation b. pity*** c. anger d. confusion'
b"what value did Jackson's use of diction create in the lottery? i think -inclusion everyone should have an equal say in how things are run, or illogical/harsh traditions may surface -respect w/o respect, peoples ideas in how things are run may disappear"
b'Write a letter to your friend in another school describing at least three thing that you like and dislike'
b"In the short story 'The Lottery,' should I capitalize lottery when writing about it: EX- The winnings of the Lottery were undesired by all townsfolk."
b'16. Each of the following contains examples of alliteration except Then somthing caught: a helping grain of sand. ***my answer The car broke free and scuttled smartly right over the road. A post shot up and cracked--a sharp clang. I sat back in my seat-belt and saw ...'
b'in which of these lines is miser best expressed'
b'What is the explanation of idiom;get a piece of slice of the action.'
b'Should boys help in kitchen and why?'
b'What are the explanation of the following idioms:get a piece of slice of the action,a ripe age,clear the air,add fuel to the fire,walk on air'
b'1. One of the most common ways to agree in English is to say Yes then go on to add another reason why you agree with and\xc2\x85 2. One of the most common ways to agree in English is to say Yes, then go on to add another reason why you agree with and\xc2\x85 3. One of the most ...'
b"Well, I admit that junk food\xc2\x92s unhealthy. However, people have a right to make healthy or unhealthy choices. --------------------------- Is this sentence acceptable? Can we use 'healthy choice' or 'unhealthy choice' as in the sentence?"
b'In my opinion, there are so many advertisements everywhere we go, but many/much of them are ineffective. ------------------------ Which one do we have to use, many or much?'
b'Express how the device below and structure helps acheive the purpose of chapter 4. The book is called Narrative Of The Life Of Fredrick Douglass. I just need to write a paragraph. given: brutality of slavery device: diction and structure All i know is for diction Douglass ...'
b'Write the correct form of the word cliche. By now, the damsel in distress plot is not only ______, but outdated. Answer: cliched'
b'Insert colons as needed. 1. Uncle Jerry likes the following authors Alex Haley, Mark Twain, and Willa Cather. 2. Remember these tips when you drive courtesy, caution, and judgment. 1. Uncle Jerry likes the following authors: Alex Haley, Mark Twain, and Willa Cather. 2. ...'
b'Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. Add the correct punctuation where it is needed 1. No one in my family could slice it with even our sharpest knife nor were we able to cut off a piece even ...'
b"Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. Add the correct punctuation where it is needed 1. I looked for my keys in the kitchen on the porch and under the bed but still couldn't find them. 2. No one..."
b'what is the name of scrooges business partner who is dead'
b'Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. If a sentence is already correct, write C. 1. When the hurricane began to tum toward land the governor issued an evacuation order for the coast. 2. At the ...'
b'The following sentences lack necessary end marks, commas, semicolons, and colons. Insert the correct punctuation in each sentence. 1. In the final most exciting quarter of the game Brian kicked two field goals 2. That price however does not include the monitor and the printer ...'
b'Read the following line from The Pin: I felt like a character in an old Jimmy Stewart movie. The reference to Jimmy Stewart in this line is most likely intended as a an _________ allusion. a. biblical b. literary** c. historical d. mythological I this right?? I know ...'
b'. Read the following sentences from The Pin. That all changed when my family moved. My new school is three times bigger than my old school. At first, no one here knew me. The kids were polite, but they did not treat me like a good friend. For a few days, I felt sad and ...'
b'1. Read the following lines from the poem Africa. Impetuous son that tree young and strong. that tree there in splendid loveliness amidst white and faded flowers. that is Africa your Africa. that grows again patiently obstinately. and its fruit gradually acquires the bitter...'