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b'In the book Ordinary People by Judith Guest, what are her biases? How can one determine an authors bias if it is a fiction book?'

b"I'm to compare I have a Dream speech with Mandela's Inauguration speech literary devices used in their speeches. I found the similarities of literary devices used for both speeches but I cant answer the differences of literary devices between the two speeches. Could you please..."

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b"To indicate a thought For example: I'm hungry, do you put quotation marks around the thought as you would do if the thought were spoken out loud, or do you put the thought in italics?"

b"In my English composition, I wrote the phrase ... my sister and I's favorite CD ... According to my word processor's spell check there should not be an 's after I. Can 's be used after I? If not how would I show possession in the above phrase?"

b'can someone read my english essay and correct it for me?'

b'Foreshadowing A TECHNIQUE AUTHORS USES TO GIVE AN INDICATION OR WARNING OF AN EVENT TO COME.'

b"Explain how the en's scheme backfired? The Ransom of Red Chief"

b"Identify the complete predicate in the sentence. 1. Oregon is one of the northwestern states. A. Oregon B. is one C. of the northwestern states. D. is one of the northwestern states.**** 2. The drama performance brought tears to the audience's eyes. A. performance B. brought..."

b"Identify the main idea of this paragraph: This ship is carrying kala fever serum to Group One on Woden. Their own supply was destroyed by a tornado. Group Two-the crew your brother is in-is eight thousand miles away across the Western Sea and their helicopters can't cross it ..."

b'I put a * next to my answers. 1. The Jamestown settlers saved their colony by planting 1 point a. maize. b. cotton. *c. tobacco. d. wheat. 2. \xc2\x93Our capital town is advanced to about 150 very tolerable satisfactory houses for wooden ones; they are chiefly on both the ...'

b'Ah, never mind, answered the police officer and smiled. -------------------------------- Q: In the sentence above, did the police officer answered and smiled at the same time? Or did he answered that way, and then smile?'

b'Which is mostly missing from \xc2\x93The Lady in the Looking Glass\xc2\x94 because it is a stream-of-consciousness narrative'

b'Would it be Feeling some stress when you face difficulties is natural Or Feeling some stress when you face difficulties are natural'

b'dentify the word that best describes the bolded word. The match was played INDOORS due to the bad weather. A. adjective B. adverb************* C. preposition D. conjunction The REST of the inheritance was given to charity. A. noun B. pronoun C. adjective D. preposition...'

b"Identify the word that best describes the bolded word. The interviewer REMAINED speechless upon hearing about the senator's revelations. A. linking verb********* B. action verb C. auxiliary verb D. transitive verb FEW people know about the complex science behind the ..."

b'Identify the word that best describes the bolded word. 1. NO ONE believed the woman when she said that she was at the crime scene that night. A. Noun B. Pronoun****** C. Verb D. Adverb The president HERSELF had to intervene to settle the dispute. A. reflexive pronoun B. ...'

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b"1. I'll be there=in prison for seven years for making fake money. 2. I'll be there =in prison for seven years for having made fake money. Which expression is grammatical?"

b'My cousin, william, won tickets to see the lion king on broadway. William, The Lion King and Broadway are what needs to be a capital?'

b"I'm writing an essay. Is this semi-colon used appropriately or should it be a new sentence? At the age of six, India seemed like a completely different world to me; they had a different way of life than anything I had ever been exposed to."

b"1. Don't pick on me. 2. Don't bother me. ------------- Are both the same in meaning? Do you have other expressions which have the same meaning? Do you use 1 frequently?"

b'1. What was the old man like? - He looked mean. 2. What did the older man look like? - He looked mean. Which question is suitable for the answer?'

b"1. It's been such a long time since we've seen each other. 2. It's been such a long time since we saw each other. Which one is correct? 3. It's been a long time since we last saw each other. 4. It's been a long time since we saw each other last. Which one is correct?"

b"Posted by rfvv on Monday, August 25, 2014 at 4:45am. 1. It's been a long time. 2. It's been a while. 3. I haven't seen you for a while. 4. Long time no see. --------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Does 'a while' mean ' a long time' or 'a short time'? English - ..."

b"1. What is Mr. Easton's job? 2. His job is a police officer. 3. He is a police officer. Which answer is correct? 4. She was surprised at the news. 5. The news surprised her. 6. The news was surprising to him. 7. He seemed embarrassed to see her. 8. To see her embarrassed him..."

b'1. The young man and The police officer were handcuffed together. 2. The police officer handcuffed the young man and himself. Does 2 the active voice of 1? 3. The two men were handcuffed together. 4. The police officer handcuffed the two men. 5. One of the two men ...'

b"1. It's been a long time. 2. It's been a long time since we've met. 3. It's been a long time since we met each other last. 4. It's been a long time since I met you last. -------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Does 1 mean 2, 3, or 4?"

b"1. It's been a long time. 2. It's been a while. 3. I haven't seen you for a while. 4. Long time no see. --------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Does 'a while' mean ' a long time' or 'a short time'?"

b'1. Where are your manners? 2. Where is your manners? Which one is correct? 3. He has good manners. 3-1. He has a good manner. 4. he has bad manners. 4-1 He has a bad manner. 5. You should learn table manners. 6. He has no manners. 6-1. He has no manner. Which ones are ...'

b'1. Do they know some old songs? Yes, they do. They know some old songs. 2. Do they know any old songs? Yes, they do. They know some old songs. 3. Do they know old songs? Yes, they do. They know some old songs. Which question is grammatical and sutible for the answer?'

b"1. What do Eric's band want to do? They want to sing and dance for the elderly people. 2. What do Eric's band want to do? It wants to sing and dance for the elderly people. 3. What do Eric's band want to do? He wants to sing and dance for the elderly people. Which answer is ..."

b'1. Who is Eric? He is the leader of the school band SB. 2. What is Eric? He is the leader of the school band SB. Which question is right?'

b'1. This year, what do they plan to visit? They plan to visit nursing homes in the town. 2. This year, what place do they plan to visit? They plan to visit nursing homes in the town. 3. This year, where do they plan to visit? They plan to visit nursing homes in the town. Which...'

b'Other than familiarity, what is the advantage of the English System of measurement?'

b'Which sentence contains a restrictive relative clause?'

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b'1. I can read books for the elderly people in nursing homes. 2. I can read books to the elderly people in nursing homes. Are both OK? 3. I can sing old songs for the elderly people in nursing homes. 4. I can sing old songs to the elderly people in nursing homes. Are both OK...'

b'1. Our first visit will be June 23, next Saturday. 2. Our first visit will be on June 23, next Saturday. 3. Our first visit will be on June 23, on next Saturday. 4. Our first visit will be on June 23 on next Saturday. ----------------- Which ones are grammatical and commonly ...'

b"He seemed embarrassed at first, but he overcame it quickly and held her fingers with his left hand. ------------------- In this sentence what does 'it' refer to?"

b"1. He is taking me to prison. 2. He is taking me to a prison. 3. He is taking me to the prison. --------------- Are they all grammatical? What is the difference among them in meaning? 4. I'm on duty now, as you know. 5. I'm on duty now, you know. 6. I'm on duty now as you know..."

b"1. She held out her hand. 2. She extended her hand. --------- Are both the same? Can we use some other expressions instead of 'held out'? 3. It's been such a long time. 4. It's been so lone a time. --------------------------- What does 'It' refer to here? Is 4 correct? 5. He ..."

b'In what year was this article published? In what year was the film Minority Report set? What gaming console does the article mention? Why does the article mention this gaming console? What is the \xc2\x93Star Trek effect,\xc2\x94 and how does it relate to what you have learned about ...'

b'1. It is colorless. 2. Much care is needed for the plants. 3. Watch them grow. 4. Come visit our greenhouse. Are all these sentences complete sentences?'

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b'Is the following sentence an example of using turned as a linking verb? The milk turned sour after sitting on the counter overnight. My answer is yes.'

b'Homophones Fill in the blank with homohpones The __of the school are very strict There are many ___in the garden'

b'Insidious literally translates to sitting in, but the word means secretly working to cause harm. Explain the possible connection between the actual and literal definitions of insidious.'

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