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Rewrite this sentence so that it begins with an adverb. The members of the orchestra tuned their instruments. Having found their seats, the members of the orchestra began to tune their instruments. The instruments were tuned by the members of the orchestra. Softly, the members of the orchestra tuned their instruments. Tuning their instruments were the members of the orchestra.
When writing an essay, how should a writer present his best piece of evidence? a. use it to wrap up the essay's claim in the conclusion b. use it to surprise the reader in the last body paragraph c. use it to engage the reader in the intro d. use to strengthen the essay's first body paragragh
Pilar, her first grandchild, writes to her from Brooklyn in a Spanish that is no longer hers. She speaks the hard-edged lexicon of bygone tourists itchy to throw dice on green felt or asphalt. Pilar’s eyes, Celia’s fears, are no longer used to the compacted light of the tropics, where a morning hour can fill a month of days in the north, which receives only careless sheddings from the sun. She imagines her granddaughter pale, gliding through paleness, malnourished and cold without the food of scarlets and greens. Based on the excerpt, which of the following statements most accurately describes the changes that the narrator believes to be true about Pilar? a) Pilar’s new form of Spanish reveals that she is the product of multiculturalism. b) Pilar’s actions prove that she has totally assimilated into American culture. c) Pilar’s words show that she is extremely anxious to retain her Cuban identity. d) Pilar’s physical appearance makes it clear that she is suffering in America.
The statement " Pilar’s actions prove that she has totally assimilated into American culture." most accurately describes the changes that the narrator believes to be true about Pilar.
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Read this excerpt from a research paper that argues that Charlotte Brontë was a pioneer of feminist literature. Which sentence is an example of evidence from a primary source? a.She was one of the few women in the Victorian era who pushed the boundaries and laid the groundwork for future feminists. b.Through her character Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë created an ideal female protagonist who refuses to submit to the rules set by the patriarchal society. c. For example, in the novel her character says, "Women are supposed to be very calm generally: but women feel just as men feel; they need exercise for their faculties, and a field for their efforts, as much as their brothers do; they suffer from too rigid a restraint, too absolute a stagnation, precisely as men would suffer." d. Many literary critics believe that the character of Bertha Mason reflects the atrocities and pressures on women in the Victorian era. e. This point is explained in the book The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar.
C. For example, in the novel her character says, "Women are supposed to be very calm generally: but women feel just as men feel; they need exercise for their faculties, and a field for their efforts, as much as their brothers do; they suffer from too rigid a restraint, too absolute a stagnation, precisely as men would suffer." Whenever quotation is given, that shows that is directly quoted from the author herself
1. When the audience of a piece is general: it is meant for anyone. it is meant for a certain group of people. it is meant for a certain type of person. it is meant to change a person's mind 2. The tone of a piece of literature is determined by: examining the organizational pattern the author chose to use determining the author's purpose for writing about the topic analyzing the word choices and identifying the author's attitude toward the subject identifying the feelings the audience has after reading the piece 3. When the purpose of a piece of literature is to inform, the writer usually: writes in the first person. writes in the second person. writes in the third person. writes for a specific audience. 4. The ______ is the way an author relates to the audience. tone audience purpose point of view 5. When the author addresses the audience using you, your, yours, or commands, the point of view is: first person second person third person fourth person
1. When the audience of a piece is general, it is meant for anyone. The answer would be the first option.
2. The tone of a piece of literature is determined by analyzing the word choices and identifying the author's attitude toward the subject. The answer would be option C.
3. When the purpose of a piece of literature is to inform, the writer usually writes in the third person.
4. The tone is the way an author relates to the audience.
5. When the author addresses the audience using you, your, yours, or commands, the point of view is second person.
Therefore when the sentence is completed:
This sentence is an example of the writer’s opinion, or perspective, on the topic.
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Which of these prompts require you to write a reflective essay? Explain the concept of time and space travel. Why should teenagers be encouraged to get part-time jobs? Discuss a time when you met your childhood hero. Should the Internet be made available to everyone for free?
the answer is (C ) that's the correct answer
"As her sky-high heels clicked against the pavement, I watched her shiver against the overbearing chill in her unfitting cocktail dress. There was no way she was off to someplace morally just."
Obviously, the speaker made some prejudices about the girl because of her short dress and heels. Should you choose to use this example, you could elaborate on how the girl could have been going home from a party, or couldn't catch a cab, or maybe the dress was the only clean piece of clothing she had left. Things like that.
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A classic creation story tells how the world was made or humanity came into existence. However, a creation story doesn’t have to be limited to the origin of the world. For this exercise, write a short story two paragraphs to a page in length outlining the creation of something. It can outline the creation of a character, a world, or an idea, as long as it contains the elements of a specific type of creation story. Give the story a title and include the category of creation story in the title. Before you work on this question, review the story presented in the video as well as the creation story elements presented in this lesson. After you have written the story, read through it and look for ways to improve it, in addition to checking for spelling and grammatical errors. Try to refine the narration by using more precise words and phrases and adding details and imagery. Examine the structure of the story and try adding narrative techniques such as dialogue and reflection.
Write an argument for the issue: Driverless cars are becoming a thing of the future. They are considered smarter, safer, and more reliable. Do you agree or disagree? Write a 1 paragraph paper introducing the issue and making your claim.
Mankind has come a very far way with technology development, so far in fact, driverless cars are beginning to come about. But whether this new form of transport is safe for us or not: that is the question. From my point of view, driverless cars may look and seem safe from the outside, but as that popular saying goes: "Don't judge a book by its cover.". I have to disagree with this new form of technology, mostly due to the fact that it is a huge advancement from the cars that we have to steer ourselves. Simply putting in your destination for the car to take you there does not seem very safe at all, or even trustworthy for that matter. What if some controls that cause the car to steer itself just so happen to malfunction? What if it takes you to a completely different destination than the one you were originally going to? What if you had to get to that specific destination at a certain time? You could get in trouble if you were late to such an event, or even your job. Plus, you need to consider the fact that this driverless car needs to know its surroundings at all times. What if it just so happens to go through a red light, and cause a car accident? What if it doesn't recognize the pedestrian jaywalking across the street, and hits him? What if you're driving on the highway, and the car goes over the speed limit? A police officer could catch that and pull you over, y'know. You need to make sure at all times that there is nothing wrong with your driverless car, especially if it has something to do with recognizing its surroundings, because it could just cause an accident at any moment, and you would be put to blame for it. My final point is that considering the fact that driverless cars are a huge technology development, they will cost a hefty price. If someone is considering buying one of these vehicles, they would have to consider the pros and cons of buying one, and whether it is really worth it or not. And having to get something repaired on it could also come at a big price, especially if one of the main features of the car is broken. To conclude my opinion, I believe that driverless cars may not be so safe, smart, and reliable as they may look from the outside. The manufacturers will have to run many experiments on them and to make sure the car itself and all of its features work properly before putting it out on the market. So, let's stick with the cars we can control ourselves for now until mankind is certain that they will have the capability of owning driverless cars.
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The Coexistence of Good and Evil, hope this helps!!!
Which MLA citations are properly cited? Check all that apply. Odysseus’s men “went to sleep above the wash of ripples” (Homer 503). Odysseus’s men “went to sleep above the wash of ripples.” (Homer 503) Odysseus’s men “went to sleep above the wash of ripples” Homer (503). Homer writes that the men “went to sleep above the wash of ripples” (503). Homer writes that the men “went to sleep above the wash of ripples” (Homer 503).
Odysseus's men "went to sleep above the wash of ripples" (Homer 503).
Homer writes that the men "went to sleep above the wash of ripples" (503).
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Need help to write a 5 paragraph essay with including a thesis about the book "Night". What does the Blockalteste mean by his statement when he tells Eliezer " In this place, it is every man for himself, and you cannot think of others. Not even your father. In this place, there is no such thing as father, brother, friend. Each of us lives and dies alone." Is what he says true for Eliezer? Is it true for other characters in the book? In what way? Explain if this is true for people today. Explain whether you believe the Blockalteste's statement is true for Eliezer and his father in the story. Provide evidence from the book in the form of quotes and paraphrase.
Blockaltestes statement did not apply to Eliezer, because he went back to help his father, instead of leaving him to die with no help at all. I believe his statement applied to many others of the camp, though. “Our first act as free men was to throw ourselves onto the provisions. That’s all we thought about. No thought of revenge, or of parents. Only of bread.” (115) This is evidence that people of the camp thought of only themselves. If it meant for family to die, then so be it. Today, people would dodge bullets for family, because they have never experienced what they had experienced. What we think is the worst, is nothing compared to their worst. Elie must care for his very ill father because to do otherwise would mean he became as evil as the germans.
I don't believe Blockaltestes statement applied to Elie because after his father had passed, nothing mattered to him. meaning, that during the time Elie's father was alive, that's all that mattered to him. “I remained in Buchenwald until April 11. I shall not describe my life during that period. It no longer mattered. Since my father’s death, nothing mattered to me anymore.” (113) Not bread, not water, his father is all that mattered. Elie must care for his father because to do otherwise would mean he had become as evil as the germans.
“I did not weep, and it pained me that I could not weep. But I was out of tears. And deep inside me, if I could have searched the recesses of my feeble conscience, I might have found something like: Free at last!” (112) I think it pained Elie to see his father like that, and that's why he felt so free afterwards. This feeling of freedom wasn't because he felt like he didn't have to share his rations of bread with his father, or he didn't have to give him his water, I think it was more of him feeling like he didn't have to watch his father slowly dying. Elie must care for his very ill father because if to do otherwise it would mean he had become as evil as the germans.
One of the most painful situations and preoccupying thoughts that trouble young Elie involve the ways in which father-son relationships are torn asunder by the camps. He watches as sons deny—or at least consider denying—care to their fathers, putting their own interests before familial ties. Elie struggles with the same conflict when his father becomes ill, and when his father finally dies, Elie is profoundly sad though also proud that he never wholly compromised his own beliefs about family. The reason that Elie finds the deterioration of father-son relationships so painful is that the maintenance of this relationship seems to be the last barrier between the world that is semi-normal and one that has completely been turned upside down. Elie must continue to care for his ailing father because to do otherwise would mean that he had become as evil as the Germans.
An author writes a story about a teenager who does not realize how kind she is to others. What would be the best object to symbolize that the character cannot see her true self? (5 points) A broken pair of glasses A broken mirror A broken watch A broken vase
The answer is a broken mirror, I just took a test that had this question on it.
Read the rough-draft paragraph. Exercising daily is one of the best ways to help the body fight fatigue, illness, stress, and weight gain. Whether taking a bike ride, enjoying a walk, or going for a swim, the type of activity is not as important as exercising consistently. Often, people begin the new year with the resolution of exercising, but within a few months that commitment is quickly forgotten. The key is to choose something that is accessible, enjoyable, and affordable. Exercising just thirty minutes a day not only strengthens the heart and lungs, but it also helps to boost one’s energy. Another way to feel more energized is to eat a balanced diet. Since no single food item can supply the body with everything it needs, it is important to eat a variety of foods. So to maintain a long, happy life, get out there and get moving, and enjoy a wide range of healthy meals. Which statement best describes the mistake the writer makes in this paragraph? The writer makes punctuation and/or grammatical errors. The writer misuses transitions to connect ideas and thoughts. The writer loses focus and shifts to another topic. The writer forgets to include supporting details.
The writer loses focus and shifts to another topic
An article about teenagers needing to earn the respect of adult community members recently appeared in your local newspaper. It focused on the fact that fewer and fewer teenagers are willing to volunteer in the community. Write an editorial response to the article. What should be the topic or focus of your response? a. teenagers volunteering in the community b. unhappy adult community members c. the editorial bias in reporting
a.Write them down
You should writte down the answers when you are reading this way you can re-read them after and memorize them, if yoi immidiately try to memorize them it could distract you from what you are going to read afterwards.
The store, with its half roof covered in snow, was freezing to the point where the customers were visibly shaking
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How is a paraphrase similar to a summary? a. They are both only one sentence in length. b. They are both used to foreshadow the future. c. They are both the same length as the original text. d. They both require other writers to restate the information in their own words.
D. They both require other writers to restate the information in their own words.
Because of the status of female writers in the Victorian age, many women published their works under a ______. The Brontë sisters wrote under the names of Currer, _______ , and Acton Bell. First Blank Choices: *Eponym *Pseudonym *Antonym *Synonym Second Blank Choices: *Ellis *Elle *Eliza *Ellen
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Arrange the steps for writing an essay in the correct order, from first to last. Create an outline for the essay Skim and edit the essay for surface errors Decide on a topic for the essay Revise and rewrite the draft of the essay Write a draft of the essay
1)Decide on a topic for the essay
2)Create an outline for the essay
3)Write a draft of the essay Revise and rewrite the draft of the essay
4)Skim and edit the essay for surface errors
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