ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

The tone of The R a p e of the Lock is ___________________. pensive
reproachful
objective
playful

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Answer 1
Answer: The tone of The R a p e of the Lock is objective. The central theme of The Ra pe of the Lock is the pettiness of the nobility. The title The Ra pe of the Lock refers to the theft that stole the hair. The tone of Pope's mock epic is lofty yet gently satirical.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Who says the following and why? "[D]eep as you are, my friend, you'll find it hard
to plumb the plans of the everlasting gods." *


Penelope is replying to the nurse's "proof" that the beggar is Odysseus.

Athena is scolding Odysseus for questioning whether the avengers can be put off.

Odysseus is scolding Telemachus for questioning Athena's help.

Odysseus is justifying his purifying the house with smoke.

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The correct answer of the given question above would be the first option: PENELOPE. Based on the given line above, the one who said it and why is PENELOPE. Penelope is replying to the nurse's "proof" that the beggar is Odysseus. Hope this is the answer that you are looking for. 

Answer: The words provided are pronounced by Penelope, who is replying to the nurse's "proof" that the beggar is Odysseus.

Explanation: These words were taken from Book 23 of The Odyssey, when the nurse tells Penelope that Odysseus has finally returned to Ithaca and that he has also murdered Penelope's suitors. Moreover, the nurse tells Penelope that she has seen the scar on Odysseus' foot, which functions as the proof to convince Penelope that her husband has actually returned home. However, she does not believe the nurse and implies that the everlasting gods would not allow Odysseus to come back to Ithaca.

HIGH SCHOOL

Writing that is entirely based on fact and that shows rather than tells is: nonfiction
fiction
creative nonfiction
science fiction

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Writing that is based on facts and not on imaginary scenarios is non-fiction (writing based on imaginary scenarios is fiction).

It if shows rather than tells, I would call it "creative nonfiction" - for example describing poverty rather than stating that someone is poor.

Answer: nonfiction

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HIGH SCHOOL

What common character trait do tragic heroes share?

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I would think of much unhappiness and sorrowness, of much subjectivity and of a high tendency to over exaggerating reality.
COLLEGE

The English language has changed little in the past 600 years. True or False

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True because we started to change words from the british accent to english. Also we create new word, so its true that our language change over time

Answer:

the answer is true

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the sentence below and use context clues to determine the meaning of the word grousing: Your grousing about your current list of chores suggests you are unhappy with it. What does grousing mean in this context? Boasting
Complaining
Inquiring
Talking

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Complaining should be it

Answer:

B = complaining about it

Explanation:

because your are unhappy with your list of chores while "grousing" your chores list.

HIGH SCHOOL

Our name a short description of yourself using soy and at least two adjectives what you like and dislike, using me gusta(n) and no me gusta(n) your favorite food, using mi comida favorita es

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First, let's remember the meaning of soy (is when we want to describe the essential characteristics of someone or something, along with estar forms the to be verb in English). Mi nombre es Pedro Perez, soy alto y delgado, me gusta ver deportes y no me gustan las guerras, mi comida favorita es la pizza.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Is it complete subject or a predicate. The state of Florida protects everglades national park.

50 points

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Answer: subject

Explanation:

The subject is Florida protects the Everglades National Park. The answer to the question is subject, it tells you the thing and what it does.

Answer:

Predicate

Explanation:

Because it is

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In 75-100 words , describe the mood evokes by the ending of “Marigolds”. How does the author evoke the mood?

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Answer:

The author evoked the mood of "Marigolds" by showing how Elizabeth being one of the main characters changes throughout the story. At first, Elizabeth was childish and only cared about herself. Than, awhile after her being rude to everyone around her especially Ms. Lottie she realized what her actions were doing to the people around her. She seen that Ms. Lottie didn't really have anybody. She didn't have a boyfriend or a lot of friends she only had her marigolds. She grew her marigolds herself and when Elizabeth got mad at her father for saying they needed to bring in extra money in order to survive so her father was going to leave town and work and Elizabeth got mad her emotions kicked in she was sad, mad and disappointed she didn't realize what she was doing but at the same time she didn't care either. She knew Ms. Lottie wouldn't defend herself so she goes and attacks her to bring Ms. Lottie down cause it makes her feel better about herself. When she went to Ms. Lottie's house she destroyed Ms. Lottie's entire garden that she has worked so hard on. When she turned around and seen Ms. Lottie sad and wanting to cry she realized what she did was wrong. She  regretted it and wish should repay her.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Music that describes nature tells a story is known as

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Answer:

Program music

Explanation:

Program music is the type of music characterized by being a kind of narrative music, or music that describes nature. It is a song composed to “tell a story”, with descriptive characteristic, that intends to evoke images in the listener's mind. During romanticism, a great deal of programmatic work emerged, especially for piano. But it was in the orchestral works that this kind of music has gained its fame to this day. It was with the help of the orchestra that the composers were able to express the descriptive potential with greater skill.

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