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1. The same genres can organize literature and film. (1 point) true false 2. A book or a movie cannot belong to more than one genre. (1 point) true false 3. All stories set in the future are science fiction. (1 point) true false 4. Gangster films are an example of subgenre. (1 point) true false

Answer:

1. TRUE

2. FALSE

3. FALSE

4. TRUE

Explanation:

1. This is true because genres are descriptive categories.

2. This is false, because a movie or a book may have different elements that can be part of different genres. Everything can be subjective.

3. Science Fiction have some particular characteristics. Being set in the future doesn´t necessarily mean that a piece belongs to this genre.

4. Gangster movies can be part of  o wider category such as adventures or fantasy.

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In the following passage from Great Astronomers by Robert Stewall Ball, the author states that he will trace the developments in astronomy from the time of Ptolemy to the nineteenth century. Based on the content and style of the excerpt, what kind of audience did Ball primarily have in mind when he was writing this book? The history of astronomy thus becomes inseparable from the history of the great men to whose labours its development is due. In the ensuing chapters we have endeavoured to sketch the lives and the work of the great philosophers, by whose labours the science of astronomy has been created. We shall commence with Ptolemy, who, after the foundations of the science had been laid by Hipparchus, gave to astronomy the form in which it was taught throughout the Middle Ages. We shall next see the mighty revolution in our conceptions of the universe which are associated with the name of Copernicus. We then pass to those periods illumined by the genius of Galileo and Newton, and afterwards we shall trace the careers of other more recent discoverers, by whose industry and genius the boundaries of human knowledge have been so greatly extended. Our history will be brought down late enough to include some of the illustrious astronomers who laboured in the generation which has just passed away. A. students specializing in the study of astronomy B. people with a casual interest in astronomy C. scientists and mathematicians working with astronomers D. geologists and cartographers

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by the question is the third choice or letter C.

Scientists and mathematicians working with astronomers are kind of audience did Ball primarily have in mind when he was writing the book.


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1. Which belongs in the work experience section of a résumé? a. Fluent in Spanish, English, and Polish b. Summer, 2010: Lifeguard, Texas Parks and Recreation Department, Dallas, Texas c. Spring, 2010: Homecoming King, Portales High School, Eugene, Oregon d. Third in the 2010 Daredevil Mountain Bike Race, Moab, Utah 2. Read the passage. (1) Every summer, I visit my grandparents’ farm in Iowa. (2) When I am there, I help with some of the chores, such as weeding the vegetable garden and milking the cows. (3) I do not spend all my time working, however. (4) When the weather is good, I get together with some of the teenagers who live in the area, and we spend the day doing outdoor activities. (5) We play baseball, go swimming, and have picnics. (6) The days we go horseback riding are the best of all. (7) I love the feel of the wind in my hair, and I enjoy looking at the beautiful scenery. Which is the most effective way to invert sentence (6) in order to vary sentence patterns? Best of all are the days we go horseback riding. Best of all, some days we go horseback riding. Horseback riding days are the best of all. 3. Jack’s _____ behavior is a frequent topic of our conversation. Which word gives Jack’s behavior the most negative connotation? eccentric obnoxious peculiar curious 4. Which sentence has an elliptical adverb clause with an understood word or words? As we travel higher than does the sea level, the boiling point of water drops. Eythl alcohol boils at a lower temperature than water. Water turns into ice when the temperature is lowered to 32°F. 5. My friend Cheri won a medal. She earned the title “Athlete of the Games”. Which sentence correctly combines the two sentences into a sentence with a compound verb? Cheri, my friend, won a medal for being “Athlete of the Games”. My friend Cheri won a medal, and she earned the title “Athlete of the Games”. My friend Cheri won a medal and earned the title “Athlete of the Games”. Winning a medal, my friend Cheri earned the title “Athlete of the Games”. 6. 6. The new government acted more swiftly than the old to secure the rights of the colonists. What is the degree of the adverb more swiftly in the sentence? superlative comparative positive 7. 7. Which sentence is punctuated correctly? Buffalo grass seed: prefers warm soil temperatures; plant the seed during the hottest months of summer. Buffalo grass seed prefers warm soil temperatures: Plant the seed during the hottest months of summer. Buffalo grass seed prefers warm soil temperatures, plant the seed during the hottest months of summer. 8. _____ volunteers for this project will get credit for community service. Which pronoun correctly completes the sentence? Who Whoever Whom Whomever 9. Which is an open-ended question that could be used to start a discussion? Do you take the bus? How many people take the bus? What time does the last bus leave? Why do you think the bus should run more often? 10. Laura and Richard rehearsed _____ song before the performance. Which pronoun is correct if only Laura wrote the song? her our their his

Here are the answers to the given questions above.
1. The one that  belongs in the work experience section of a résumé would be this: Summer, 2010: Lifeguard, Texas Parks and Recreation Department, Dallas, Texas. Answer is option B.
2. T
he most effective way to invert sentence (6) in order to vary sentence patterns would be this: Horseback riding days are the best of all. The answer is the third option.
3. The 
word that gives Jack’s behavior the most negative connotation is the term OBNOXIOUS.
4. The 
sentence that has an elliptical adverb clause with an understood word or words would be this: As we travel higher than does the sea level, the boiling point of water drops.
5. The 
sentence that correctly combines the two sentences into a sentence with a compound verb would be this: My friend Cheri won a medal and earned the title “Athlete of the Games”.
6. T
he degree of the adverb more swiftly in the sentence would be COMPARATIVE.
7. The sentence that is correctly punctuated would be this: 
Buffalo grass seed prefers warm soil temperatures: Plant the seed during the hottest months of summer.
8. The 
pronoun that correctly completes the sentence would be WHOEVER.
9. An open ended question that can be used to start a discussion would be this: 
Why do you think the bus should run more often?
10. The 
pronoun that is correct if only Laura wrote the song would be Her.

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1. Read the excerpt from Rose in Bloom by Louisa May Alcott: But in spite of that the Don got through college with all the honors. Oh, wasn't I proud when Aunt Jane wrote to us about it and didn't she rejoice that her boy kept at the head of his class and won the medal!" cried Rose, shaking Mac by both hands in a way that caused Charlie to wish "the old chap" had been left behind with Dr. Alec. "Oh, come, that's all Mother's nonsense. I began earlier than the other fellows and liked it better, so I don't deserve any praise. Prince is right, though. I did make a regular jack of myself, but on the whole I'm not sure that my wild oats weren't better than some I've seen sowed. Anyway, they didn't cost much, and I'm none the worse for them," said Mac placidly. "I know what 'wild oats' means. I heard Uncle Mac say Charlie was sowing 'em too fast, and I asked Mama, so she told me. And I know that he was suspelled or expended, I don't remember which, but it was something bad, and Aunt Clara cried," added Jamie all in one breath, for he possessed a fatal gift of making malapropos remarks, which caused him to be a terror to his family. "Do you want to go on the box again?" demanded Prince with a warning frown. "No, I don't." "Then hold your tongue." "Well, Mac needn't kick me, for I was only..." began the culprit, innocently trying to make a bad matter worse. What can we infer from this passage? Charlie is envious of Mac's success. Jamie is attempting to make Charlie look foolish. Prince is Jamie's father, and feels responsible for his discipline. Mac is boastful of his achievements. 2. Read the excerpt from Moby wingspan by Herman Melville: Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before coffin warehouses, and bringing up the rear of every funeral I meet; and especially whenever my hypos get such an upper hand of me, that it requires a strong moral principle to prevent me from deliberately stepping into the street, and methodically knocking people's hats off-then, I account it high time to get to sea as soon as I can. From this passage, what can we best infer about the narrator? He uses the ocean as a way to escape depression. He dislikes the monotony of everyday life. He is suicidal and wants to cause pain to others as well. He obsesses over death in the wintertime. 3. Read the following poem: "When You Are Old" By William Butler Yeats When you are old and grey and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep; How many loved your moments of glad grace, And loved your beauty with love false or true, But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your changing face; And bending down beside the glowing bars, Murmur, a little sadly, how Love fled And paced upon the mountains overhead And hid his face amid a crowd of stars. Why most likely did the author capitalize the word "Love"? In this poem, Love is the "you" to whom the author is referring. The author is assigning human qualities to Love to represent his own feelings. Love is representative of all humanity. Love is the name of a suitor of the object of the poem. 4. Read the following poem: "When You Are Old" By William Butler Yeats When you are old and grey and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep; How many loved your moments of glad grace, And loved your beauty with love false or true, But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your changing face; And bending down beside the glowing bars, Murmur, a little sadly, how Love fled And paced upon the mountains overhead And hid his face amid a crowd of stars. For what is the phrase "full of sleep" a metaphor? exhaustion old age the end of the day near death 5. Read the following poem: "Love's Grave" By George Meredith Mark where the pressing wind shoots javelin-like, Its skeleton shadow on the broad-back'd wave! Here is a fitting spot to dig Love's grave; Here where the ponderous breakers plunge and strike, And dart their hissing tongues high up the sand: In hearing of the ocean, and in sight Of those ribb'd wind-streaks running into white. If I the death of Love had deeply plann'd, I never could have made it half so sure, As by the unblest kisses which upbraid The full-waked sense; or failing that, degrade! 'Tis morning: but no morning can restore What we have forfeited. I see no sin: The wrong is mix'd. In tragic life, God wot, No villain need be! Passions spin the plot: We are betray'd by what is false within. Which of the following phrases in this poem serves as an instance of onomatopoeia? "pressing wind" "plunge and strike" "hissing tongues" "unblest kisses"

The best and most correct answer among the choices provided by the first  question is the third choice or letter C.

Based on the excerpt, Prince is Jamie's father, and feels responsible for his discipline.
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1. Read the excerpt from Rose in Bloom by Louisa May Alcott: But in spite of that the Don got through college with all the honors. Oh, wasn't I proud when Aunt Jane wrote to us about it and didn't she rejoice that her boy kept at the head of his class and won the medal!" cried Rose, shaking Mac by both hands in a way that caused Charlie to wish "the old chap" had been left behind with Dr. Alec. "Oh, come, that's all Mother's nonsense. I began earlier than the other fellows and liked it better, so I don't deserve any praise. Prince is right, though. I did make a regular jack of myself, but on the whole I'm not sure that my wild oats weren't better than some I've seen sowed. Anyway, they didn't cost much, and I'm none the worse for them," said Mac placidly. "I know what 'wild oats' means. I heard Uncle Mac say Charlie was sowing 'em too fast, and I asked Mama, so she told me. And I know that he was suspelled or expended, I don't remember which, but it was something bad, and Aunt Clara cried," added Jamie all in one breath, for he possessed a fatal gift of making malapropos remarks, which caused him to be a terror to his family. "Do you want to go on the box again?" demanded Prince with a warning frown. "No, I don't." "Then hold your tongue." "Well, Mac needn't kick me, for I was only..." began the culprit, innocently trying to make a bad matter worse. What can we infer from this passage? Charlie is envious of Mac's success. Jamie is attempting to make Charlie look foolish. Prince is Jamie's father, and feels responsible for his discipline. Mac is boastful of his achievements. 2. Read the excerpt from Moby wingspan by Herman Melville: Whenever I find myself growing grim about the mouth; whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in my soul; whenever I find myself involuntarily pausing before coffin warehouses, and bringing up the rear of every funeral I meet; and especially whenever my hypos get such an upper hand of me, that it requires a strong moral principle to prevent me from deliberately stepping into the street, and methodically knocking people's hats off-then, I account it high time to get to sea as soon as I can. From this passage, what can we best infer about the narrator? He uses the ocean as a way to escape depression. He dislikes the monotony of everyday life. He is suicidal and wants to cause pain to others as well. He obsesses over death in the wintertime. 3. Read the following poem: "When You Are Old" By William Butler Yeats When you are old and grey and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep; How many loved your moments of glad grace, And loved your beauty with love false or true, But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your changing face; And bending down beside the glowing bars, Murmur, a little sadly, how Love fled And paced upon the mountains overhead And hid his face amid a crowd of stars. Why most likely did the author capitalize the word "Love"? In this poem, Love is the "you" to whom the author is referring. The author is assigning human qualities to Love to represent his own feelings. Love is representative of all humanity. Love is the name of a suitor of the object of the poem. 4. Read the following poem: "When You Are Old" By William Butler Yeats When you are old and grey and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep; How many loved your moments of glad grace, And loved your beauty with love false or true, But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your changing face; And bending down beside the glowing bars, Murmur, a little sadly, how Love fled And paced upon the mountains overhead And hid his face amid a crowd of stars. For what is the phrase "full of sleep" a metaphor? exhaustion old age the end of the day near death 5. Read the following poem: "Love's Grave" By George Meredith Mark where the pressing wind shoots javelin-like, Its skeleton shadow on the broad-back'd wave! Here is a fitting spot to dig Love's grave; Here where the ponderous breakers plunge and strike, And dart their hissing tongues high up the sand: In hearing of the ocean, and in sight Of those ribb'd wind-streaks running into white. If I the death of Love had deeply plann'd, I never could have made it half so sure, As by the unblest kisses which upbraid The full-waked sense; or failing that, degrade! 'Tis morning: but no morning can restore What we have forfeited. I see no sin: The wrong is mix'd. In tragic life, God wot, No villain need be! Passions spin the plot: We are betray'd by what is false within. Which of the following phrases in this poem serves as an instance of onomatopoeia? "pressing wind" "plunge and strike" "hissing tongues" "unblest kisses"

Hissing tongues or unblest kisses. one of them. sorry i cant be of more help

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In this excerpt from The Life of Charlotte Brontë by Elizabeth Gaskell, what does the author mean by the sentence “The West Riding men are sleuth-hounds in pursuit of money”?

This is a metaphor that likens the west riding men to sleuth-hounds, or, as they're better known, bloodhounds. bloodhounds are known for their determination and their extraordinary ability to track by scent. by saying that the west riding men are bloodhounds chasing after money, the author is attempting to paint a picture in your mind of the men being deadset on finding the object they're tracking, similar to a dog tracking a scent.

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Writing that conveys situation of everyday life as one would expect it to occur is called which type of writing

Writing that conveys the situation of everyday life as one would expect it to occur is called the realistic style of writing. Writing is actually a skill that goes on developing as a person writes more and more. Realistic style of writing is sometimes considered the toughest and the most acceptable style of writing. A writer has to be an expert to get his realistic ideas through to the people. Realistic style of writing requires the writer to have immense amount of knowledge regarding which he or she is writing.  

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An important element of an autobiography is self-evaluation or introspection. Which sentences in this excerpt from the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin show the narrator's introspection? -In truth, I found myself incorrigible with respect to Order; and now I am grown old, and my memory bad, I feel very sensibly the want of it.-- But, on the whole, tho' I never arrived at the perfection I had been so ambitious of obtaining, but fell far short of it, yet I was, by the endeavour, a better and a happier man than I otherwise should have been if I had not attempted it; as those who aim at perfect writing by imitating the engraved copies, tho' they never reach the wish'd-for excellence of those copies, their hand is mended by the endeavor, and is tolerable while it continues fair and legible.- -It may be well my posterity should be informed that to this little artifice, with the blessing of God, their ancestor ow'd the constant felicity of his life, down to his 79th year, in which this is written.- What reverses may attend the remainder is in the hand of Providence; but, if they arrive, the reflection on past happiness enjoy'd ought to help his bearing them with more resignation. To Temperance he ascribes his long-continued health, and what is still left to him of a good constitution; to Industry and Frugality, the early easiness of his circumstances and acquisition of his fortune, with all that knowledge that enabled him to be a useful citizen, and obtained for him some degree of reputation among the learned; to Sincerity and Justice, the confidence of his country, and the honorable employs it conferred upon him; and to the joint influence of the whole mass of the virtues, even in the imperfect state he was able to acquire them, all that evenness of temper, and that cheerfulness in conversation, which makes his company still sought for, and agreeable even to his younger acquaintance. -I hope, therefore, that some of my descendants may follow the example and reap the benefit.- There is more than one, I put a "-" at the start and end of sentences to represent its underlined.

The first passage, because he is introspecting about his past self.

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Which sentence in this excerpt from Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich suggests that Ivan Ilyich tried his best to escape from the reality of his troubled family life? Praskovya Fedorovna blamed her husband for every inconvenience they encountered in their new home. Most of the conversations between husband and wife, especially as to the children's education, led to topics which recalled former disputes, and these disputes were apt to flare up again at any moment. There remained only those rare periods of amorousness which still came to them at times but did not last long. These were islets at which they anchored for a while and then again set out upon that ocean of veiled hostility which showed itself in their aloofness from one another. This aloofness might have grieved Ivan Ilyich had he considered that it ought not to exist, but he now regarded the position as normal, and even made it the goal at which he aimed in family life. His aim was to free himself more and more from those unpleasantness and to give them a semblance of harmlessness and propriety. He attained this by spending less and less time with his family, and when obliged to be at home he tried to safeguard his position by the presence of outsiders. The chief thing however was that he had his official duties. The whole interest of his life now centered in the official world and that interest absorbed him. The consciousness of his power, being able to ruin anybody he wished to ruin, the importance, even the external dignity of his entry into court, or meetings with his subordinates, his success with superiors and inferiors, and above all his masterly handling of cases, of which he was conscious—all this gave him pleasure and filled his life, together with chats with his colleagues, dinners, and bridge. So that on the whole Ivan Ilyich's life continued to flow as he considered it should do—pleasantly and properly.

He attained this by spending less and less time with his family, and when obliged to be at home he tried to safeguard his position by the presence of outsiders.


Is there the option of 2 or more choices because I see more sentences. 

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Read the sentence. The restaurants on the pier in Monterey handed out samples of clam chowder. Which identifies the type of noun boldfaced in the sentence? A. Common B. Proper C. Noncount D. Pronoun 2. Which of the following statements best summarizes the role of media in changing attitudes toward smoking? A. Media used to protray smoking as something everybody did; now media protray smoking as a personal choice. B. Media used to protray smoking as something that beautiful woman and masculine men did; now media campaigns emphasize the financial costs of smoking. C. Media used to protray smoking as patriotic; now media protray smoking as un-American. D. Media used to protray smoking as cool and sophisticated; now media protray smoking as dangerous. 3. Read the passage: I've known rivers: I've known rivers ancient as the world and older than the flow of human blood in human veins. Identify the allusion. Then identify the effect of that allusion. A. The speaker alludes to rivers from his childhood; the effect is that the reader understands that the rivers were created by African American. B. The speaker alludes to rivers from his childhood; the effect is that the rivers are part of the collective voice. C. The speaker alludes to rivers as old as civilization itself; the reader recongnizes that the poet is intelligent. D. The speaker alludes to rivers as old as civilization itself; the poet shows how the survival of his people is like the long life of the rivers.

I'm not sure about 1 and 2 but the answer to 3 is D. 

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We are each shaped by the people who gave us life. Everything we are and all that we do can be traced back, in one way or another, to early influences: parents, family, a home or the lack of a home. In my case, four figures from my childhood helped to make me who I am, each giving me a gift that is unique: my father, my mother, my grandmother, and my grandfather. To understand me, you have to know them. The excerpt above is from page 35 of Nothing's Impossible: Leadership Lessons from Inside and Outside the Classroom by Lorraine Monroe. Paraphrase, summarize, and quote

#1) page 35 of Nothing's Impossible: Leadership Lessons from Inside and Outside the Classroom by Lorraine Monroe.

Answer: After carefully reading the excerpt presented above I came up with the following. I believe that the main idea that this excerpt is trying to convey is the fact that you surrounding are what will help you grow an shape you into the person that you will become in the future. For this reason you must be aware of this fact early on so that you can surround yourself with good influences early in your life. The best examples of great influences are your parents, family, and mainly people that surround you. You become the best parts of every one of this great influences. Therefore to understand you, they would have to know them.

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HELP PLEASE!!! Read the sentence. A lifeguard jumped into the ocean to save a drowning person, but he wound up needing to be rescued himself. This sentence describes an example of verbal irony. dramatic irony. situational irony. cosmic irony.

Answer:

  • Situational irony.

Explanation:

Situational irony happens when incoherency shows up between desires for something to occur, and what really occurs. Subsequently, something altogether unique occurs from what the group of onlookers might expect, or the ultimate result is inverse to what the gathering of people is anticipating. This literary device incorporates sharp complexities and inconsistencies. The motivation behind amusing circumstances is to enable the perusers to show up and substances and in the end partner them to the subject of a story.

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1. Which is the best paraphrase of the first paragraph? THE HIGH SCHOOL STEP TEAM Karla's cousin Jade urged her to join the step team."This afternoon you should defiantly try out!" Jade suggested after the final bell rang. "I know she wants the best for me," Karla thought to herself," but I'm not sure I'd be any good, and I'd feel embarrassed if I messed up in front of others." Karla had seen step teams in action: they stomped, they clapped, and they performed all kinds of synchronized moves "Our team is not as amazing as professional steppers, but we have a lot of fun!" Jade said. "Also, if you join the team, you will instantly have forty new friends!" "I like the idea of forty new friends," Karla thought to herself. "Still, I'm worried about bringing up my math grade. I'd better play it safe for now" she decided. "I really appreciate your concern, but I've got to say no thanks for now" Karla told Jade. " I'm going for after school help in math" As Karla turned away from Jade and walked down the hall towards math class, she pictured her cousin shrugging her shoulders "Okay do whatever you think is best," Jade said. I'll see you at home" Karla went to the after school math session. The work was challenging and she had to concentrate, and she The teacher said nice things to Karla about her efforts to grasp the ideas the were studying "And yet" Karla thought" I still have a lot of work and study ahead of me" When the afterschool math session ended Karla peeked into the gym. "Hey that's my cousin!" Jade cried out. "Come over here Karla." Forty male and female students stopped in midroutine to look at Karla. Too embarrassed to refuse , she joined one of the lines Karla soon learned that stepping requires a lot of mental energy. "It's something like math" she thought silently, "but not exactly the same. I have to connect my brain to my body and make it move or stop at exactly the right moment. The key here is to execute every movement skillfully" Very soon, Karla had mastered the teams trademark "Slap-finger-snap-slap-slap-stomp That night, Karla got to work on math At first ,she felt guilty about the time she spent in gym. Then she reminded herself of the of saying."All work and no play make Jack a dull boy." An English teacher once told her the origins of the cliché go all the way back to ancient Egypt. As Karla Worked she was surprised to find that she suddenly understood her algebra problems better than she had before. "there must be some carryover effect from step practice," she concluded. The concentration and focus that she exercised in step team practice seemed to help her focus more clearly on her math. Karla smiled as she thought," Who would have guessed that spending time with step team might be more helpful to my math grade than spending time on math work?" Later Karla was as much as a member of the step team as anybody" I don't feel the least bit embarrassed anymore" She told Jade "When I am stepping I feel completely focused on the rhythm of the team and working together with my forty new friends. •After school , jade tells her cousin Karla to try out for the step team . •Jade cares about her cousin Karla and makes a suggestion to her. •Karla listens as her cousin jade tells her about being on the step team. •Karla hears the bell ring and runs into her cousin jade.

The best paraphrase of the first paragraph is...

  • After school, Jade tells her cousin Karla to try out for the step team.

In the first paragraph Jade is trying to convice Karla to join the step team. It goes on to talk about how Karla is nervous about trying out because she doesn't want to mess up in front of others. While Jade cares about Karla, it isn't the most important part of the paragraph.

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1. Which of the following is not an effective strategy when taking multiple choice tests? A Start with Question 1 and answer them all in order. B Skip the hard questions and come back to them later. C Read all the answer choices and then pick the best answer. D Eliminate the obviously wrong answers and then make your best guess. 2. A student finishes an exam before the allotted time has expired. What should the student do next? A Gather up materials and quietly leave the room. B Close the test booklet and start thinking about the next exam. C Proofread the answers and review the problems that were difficult. D Take out a piece of paper and make a list of all the things to do this weekend. 3. Which of the following does not constitute a breach of academic integrity? A Trading your math homework for your friend's French assignment, so you can both concentrate on studying for an upcoming physics exam. B Keeping your Blackberry on your desk during an exam with an Internet browser window open. C Taking a paragraph from a classmate's discussion board posting and including it in your book report, citing her by name and using quotation marks around her words. 4. Which of the following is the best reason not to cheat on an exam? A Your teacher will think you know more than you do. B You won't know which material you still need to learn. C You will lose self-respect and the trust placed in you by the teacher and the school. D An answer you copy might be wrong.

1. D
You should try to minimize guesswork

2. C
Remaining time should be used to revise answers

3. C
Citing another person's work is allowed as long as full credit is given to the person and the citation is proper.

4. C
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Which sentence in this passage from Herman Melville’s short story "Bartleby, the Scrivener" is an example of verbal irony? The passage is this: I seldom lose my temper, much more seldom indulge in dangerous indignation at wrongs and outrages, but I must be permitted to be rash here and declare that I consider the sudden and violent abrogation of the office of Master in Chancery, by the new Constitution, as a premature act, inasmuch as I had counted upon a life lease of the profits, whereas I only received those of a few short years. But this is by the way. My chambers were upstairs at No.___ Wall Street. At one end they looked upon the white wall of the interior of a spacious skylight shaft, penetrating the building from top to bottom. This view might have been considered rather tame than otherwise, deficient in what landscape painters call "life." But, if so, the view from the other end of my chambers offered at least a contrast, if nothing more. In that direction, my windows commanded an unobstructed view of a lofty brick wall, black by age and everlasting shade, which wall required no spyglass to bring out its lurking beauties, but, for the benefit of all nearsighted spectators, was pushed up to within ten feet of my windowpanes. Owing to the great height of the surrounding buildings, and my chambers’ being on the second floor, the interval between this wall and mine not a little resembled a huge square cistern. CHOICES I seldom lose my temper, much more seldom indulge in dangerous indignation at wrongs and outrages. In that direction, my windows commanded an unobstructed view of a lofty brick wall, black by age and everlasting shade, which wall required no spyglass to bring out its lurking beauties, but, for the benefit of all nearsighted spectators, was pushed up to within ten feet of my windowpanes. At one end they looked upon the white wall of the interior of a spacious skylight shaft, penetrating the building from top to bottom. Owing to the great height of the surrounding buildings, and my chambers’ being on the second floor, the interval between this wall and mine not a little resembled a huge square cistern.

Answer:

  • In that direction, my windows commanded an unobstructed view of a lofty brick wall, black by age and everlasting shade, which wall required no spyglass to bring out its lurking beauties, but, for the benefit of all nearsighted spectators, was pushed up to within ten feet of my window panes.

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