ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why is a cocoon that produces a live silk moth useless for making silk cloth?

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Answer 1
Answer: It is useless because the material is not good enough for the tasks they are different silks

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HIGH SCHOOL

What are the five parts of active critical listening

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1. Listening for main ideas.

2. Outlining main ideas.

3. Looking for key words.

4. Taking notes.

5. Weighing the evidence.

hope this helps :^)
HIGH SCHOOL

What was the Dead poets society?

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Dead Poets Society is a 1989 American drama film written by Tom Schulman, directed by Peter Weir and starring Robin Williams. Set in 1959 at the fictional elite conservative Vermont boarding school Welton Academy, it tells the story of an English teacher who inspires his students through his teaching of poetry.
The Dead Poet Society was a movie.
HIGH SCHOOL

What is the "miracle" in Bede's "Caedmon's Hymn"? A. Caedmon witnesses the birth of Christ. B. Caedmon turns water into wine. C. The abbess sees an apparition of the Virgin Mary. D. Caedmon gets the gift of song and poetry.

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I think the answer is letter D. He was gifted with poetry and song. I think this is the answer because Caedmon was an ordinary cowherd. He tends to the animals in the nearby monastery. It was then one night that he had dreamt of an angel, from there he started to learn poetry and songs. Caedmon has no knowledge about this prior the dream. All he knew were things about farm life. He becomes a changed man after that dream, he had learned to pray and write poems about God and his existence.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who makes bard aware of smaug's weakness? The Thrush

The Master

Bilbo

Gandalf

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The awnser is thrush

The guy that was always wearing black and wanted to dump the fish into the lake
HIGH SCHOOL

Which two characteristics suggest that the excerpt is from a ballad? The stanzas feature a simple end-rhyme scheme.

The excerpt uses iambic pentameter consistently.

The lines alternate between iambic tetrameter and trimeter.

The excerpt uses elevated language for comic effect.

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Answer:

The correct answers are The stanzas feature a simple end-rhyme scheme.

and The lines alternate between iambic tetrameter and trimeter.

Explanation:

Regardless of what the excerpt is, two of the characteristics of ballads are that their language is simple, especially in old traditional ballads and that ballad stanzas have four lines, which rhyme in abcb. The goal is to form a rhyme between the second and fourth lines.

Another feature is that the ballad lines are altered between iambic tetrameter and trimeter. Originally, ballads were expected to be lyrics with music for dancing, that's why rhymes are so marked.

The fact that iambic tetrameter and trimeter are used implies that they were written in quartets with a regular ABCB rhyming scheme.

Currently, the meaning of ballad is used to refer to any slow love song.

The stanzas feature a simple end- rhyme scheme.

The lines alternate between iambic tetrameter and trimeter.

HIGH SCHOOL

The dry cactus quickly absorbed enough water. Which word is adverb

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Answer:

Quickly

Explanation:

An adverb is every word capable of characterizing the verbal process, indicating the circumstances in which this process develops. Thus, the basic function of adverbs is to relate to the verbs of the language by characterizing the processes expressed by them.

"Quickly" is an adverb and, in this case, indicates the way it goes. "Fast" is an adjective, but can also be used as an adverb, with the same sense of urgency.

Quickly. Adverb means the word that adds to the verb. You know that the cactus is absorbing, but how is it absorbing? It's absorbing quickly.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why did Rudyard Kipling become a writer and poet?

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Answer:

  • While, it is some times said that," writers and poets both acts as the mirror in which any person belonging to any society can analyze his whole lifestyle and his culture". Due, to the reason that people across the globe have diversity among there lifestyles and culture, and for that reason writers and poets are made more curious to write about the different aspects of the society or civilization which they observe or analyze. The same case was for Rudyard Kipling, as he was curious about the different cultures, there way of life, and then he had the imaginative power of placing different characters inside his novels, poems, and other work. Most of them got the fame just because it explored the region's culture and told more to the world about those people.
  • Each region or area is comprised of a very unique form of civilization, as there are people around the globe which are way more different then the rest of the and there is quite some thing for any writer or poet to analyze or look for to write a piece of paper on the different aspects of the society that he or she lives in, and same was for Rudyard Kipling as he wrote about the people who he analyzed and there are a number of novels and other writings which are there for the readers or the people who love to know more about the social and psychological level of the different people.
Rudyard Kipling pursed becoming a writer/poet because he was fascinated by people. He took what he saw from those around him, and created short stories, books and poems out of that.
COLLEGE

Series of contests between a number of competitors who compete for an overall prize, noun

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The answer is a tournament
Well I guess the answer is tournament
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Cows live { } grass? Fill preposition

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I would say "on" grass.
Off because if you you say cows live off grass it sound more lik
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