ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following represents a list of common nouns? a. child, adult, nurse, doctor, County Hospital
b. spoon, fork, knife, park, picnic
c. cup, plate, Tupperware, Rubbermaid, party
d. book, paper, author, Hemingway, manuscript

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Answer 1
Answer: A). Child, adult, nurse, doctor, County Hospital

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Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence in the group. A. Ice hockey is played on a rink; but field hockey is played outdoors.
B. Many sports involve hitting, throwing, or kicking an object into a goal or basket.
C. Another difference between the two kinds is the shoes; cleats do not work well on ice.
D. In softball, pitchers throw the ball underhand; in baseball, the ball is thrown overhand.

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The third sentence isn't correctly punctuated. there needs to be two complete sentences, since the thoughts seem to be disconnected.
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Read the following scene from Trifles. SHERIFF. Nothing here but kitchen things. (The County Attorney, after again looking around the kitchen, opens the door of a cupboard closet. He gets up on a chair and looks on a shelf. Pulls his hand away, sticky.) COUNTY ATTORNEY. Here’s a nice mess. (The women draw nearer.) MRS. PETERS (to the other woman). Oh, her fruit; it did freeze. (To the Lawyer). She worried about that when it turned so cold. She said the fire’d go out and her jars would break. SHERIFF. Well, can you beat the women! Held for murder and worryin’ about her preserves. What would be one advantage of reading this scene as opposed to watching or listening to it?

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The one advantage of reading this scene as opposed to watching or listening to it is:

  • Readers can creatively interpret and visualize stage directions in their minds.

Scene

This refers to the part of action in a play or a narration as it shows the time frame of action in a narration or play.

With this in mind, we can see that if the scene is read instead of watched or being listened to, then it would lead to creative interpretation by the readers.

Read more about stage directions here:
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B Readers can creatively interpret and visualize stage directions in their minds.

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Read the paragraph carefully. Kara awoke to the incessant blare of her alarm clock and remembered with a surge of excitement that today was her last day of high school...forever! After a quick shower, Kara popped some bread in the toaster, grabbed her backpack, buttered her toast, applied her lip gloss, and raced out the front door. Struggling to find her keys in the abyss known as her purse, she momentarily panicked. Even though this was the last day of school, Kara did not want to be late; she had something very special planned for her homeroom class. After a minute of searching, Kara found her keys, hopped in her car, and sped to school. What is this paragraph's organization?

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The paragraph's organization is called procedural writing. In this writing, the person’s tasks are stated with a procedure or with order using conjunctions such as “after”. In this write-up, the reader is given the opportunity to imagine what happens next in one way or another.  
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Select the noun clause that completes the sentence and makes it grammatically correct. Teaching is _____________ .

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Which character is described in these lines? "Fearful in spirit, faint–mooded waxed he,
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the answer is beowulf

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Part D Choose three words from chapters 1-12 in Pride and Prejudice that you did not know or had to look up in a dictionary. Write a new sentence for
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1.

- to deign  - to do something that one considers to be below one's dignity

Mrs. Bennet deigned not to make any reply, but, unable to contain herself, began scolding one of her daughters.

- Maria, who considers herself as an aristocratic girl, finally deigned to tidy her room.

2.

mien  - a person's appearance, manner, or demeanor

His brother-in-law, Mr. Hurst, merely looked the gentleman; but his friend Mr. Darcy soon drew the attention of the room by his fine, tall person, handsome features, noble mien, and the report, which was in general circulation within five minutes after his entrance, of his having ten thousand a year.

Angela invited her boyfriend for a family dinner to meet her parents who were delighted with his mien.

3.

- to gratify  - to make happy or satisfied

Jane was as much gratified by this as her mother could be, though in a quieter way.

It is so easy to gratify little children, just buy them a toy or an ice cream.

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mien—The crowd was impressed by the performance as a whole, but it was the noble mien of the lead actor that charmed the ladies in the audience.

genteel—The students were happy that the new teacher was a genteel young man.

mortifying—Jenny will take some time to recover from the mortifying experience she had at the graduation party.

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