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Romeo: “Why then, O brawling love, O loving hate, O anything of nothing first created!
O heavy lightness, serious vanity!
Misshapen chaos of well-seeming forms!
Feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health,
Still-waking sleep, that is not what it is!
This love feel I, that feel no love in this”



Why does Romeo speak these words? Question 4 options: He wishes Benvolio would be more supportive of him He is distraught that his friends keep fighting. He is upset that Lady Montague doesn’t understand him He is depressed because Rosaline rejected him.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Romeo speaks the words as aforementioned because he is depressed after getting rejected by Rosaline.

Who are Romeo and Rosaline?

Romeo and Rosaline are two major characters in the play of Romeo and Juliet, which was written by William Shakespeare during the 17th century.

Hence, option D holds true regarding Romeo and Rosaline.

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Answer 2
Answer:

He is depressed because Rosaline rejected him.

Romeo is lamenting over his love for Rosaline. He is moping because Rosaline does not love him. In fact, Rosaline has chosen to live a life of celibacy and intends to become a nun, so she will not love any man except God. The last line of the excerpt most clearly states this when he says, "This love feel I, that feel no love in this." He's saying that the love he feels for Rosaline is not returned in love for him.


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Select the correct text in the passage. Which phrase or sentence from the story offers the best visual description of people's reaction to the horse?
I was at Count Przobossky's noble country seat in Lithuania, and I remained with the ladies at tea in the drawing room, while the gendernen
were down in the yard to see a young, pedigreed horse that has just arrived. We suddenly heard a noise of distress. I hastened downstairs
and found the horse so unruly that nobody dared approach or mount him. The most determined horsemen stood dismayed and aghast,
hopelessness was expressed in every face.​

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Answer:

"dismayed and aghast,

hopelessness was expressed in every face.​"

Answer:

dismayed and aghast

Explanation:

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Read both sentences closely. My father asked me to hand him the wrench for the sink repair.

For the guitar player, his hands were the source of his livelihood.

Which best describes the definition for the underlined word in each sentence?

In the first sentence, hand means "a part of the body"; in the second sentence, it describes someone or something that provides assistance.

In both sentences, hand describes someone or something that provides assistance.

In the first sentence, hand means "to give something to someone." In the second sentence, hand means "a part of the body."

In the first sentence, hand means "to hold someone's hand in order to help them." In the second sentence, it means "to give something to someone."

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My father asked me to hand him the wrench for the sink repair. 

For the guitar player, his hands were the source of his livelihood.


In the first sentence, hand is used in manner indicating "to give" - the father asked the speaker to give him the wrench.

In the second sentence, hands refers to the guitar player's actual limbs.

Answer:
In the first sentence, hand means "to give something to someone." In the second sentence, hand means "a part of the body."

Answer:

In the first sentence, hand means "to give something to someone." In the second sentence, hand means "a part of the body."

Explanation:

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Read the excerpt from “The Scarlet Ibis.” There is within me (and with sadness I have watched it in others) a knot of cruelty borne by the stream of love, much as our blood sometimes bears the seed of our destruction, and at times I was mean to Doodle. One day I took him up to the barn loft and showed him his casket, telling him how we all had believed he would die. It was covered with a film of Paris green sprinkled to kill the rats, and screech owls had built a nest inside it. Doodle studied the mahogany box for a long time, then said, “It’s not mine.” “It is,” I said. “And before I’ll help you down from the loft, you’re going to have to touch it.” What symbol is described in this excerpt, and what does it represent?  the owls, which symbolize knowledge and wisdom
the nest, which symbolizes home and family
the rats, which symbolize cruelty and sadness
the casket, which symbolizes the loss of Doodle
please answer

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I would say the casket because later on he does die. They others don't seem important to the story.
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Why should we hire you?

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You should hire me because I am a hard-working individual, and I have some all right grades in school. I have a nice personality, and many people seem to like me. I am a hard worker, and don’t give up the job is done
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Read this sentence. The Tigers win the game. Which sentence adds an adverb phrase? The Tigers win the game, but they lose the series. The Tigers win the game by a single goal. The Tigers win the game that they were supposed to lose. The Tigers win the game and get into the playoffs.

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Answer:

The Tigers win the game by a single goal.

Explanation:

A phrase is a group of words that does not contain either a subject or a verb; and an adverbial phrase is a phrase that modifies, describes or gives further detail to an adjective, a verb or another adverb. They often answer questions such as "Why?", "How?", "When?", "Where?" and "In what circumstances?".

So, in "The Tigers win the game by a single goal" sentence, "by a single goal" is the adverb phrase because it modifies the verb "win", and it also answers to the "How" question: "How do The Tigers win the game?" Answer: "By a single goal."

I believe the answer would be "The Tigers win the game by a single goal."
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PLEASE help me I need this fast!! Read the following paragraph: Vultures live predominantly in the tropics and subtropics. New World vultures are found, as is indicated by their name, only in the Americas, while the Old World vultures inhabit Europe, Asia, and Africa. Although vultures are widely distributed, they are absent from Australia and most oceanic islands. Most of these birds inhabit open country. In this context, the word inhabit means
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B.leave from
C.live in
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C. Live in, because inhabit means to live or reside in.
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To answer this question we have to think about the characters of the Greek and Roman civilizations. The Greeks were a culturally prolific civilization that carried out a process called Hellenization. It consisted in transferring his belief system to the people who were nearby. In this case, we can not think in territorial terms but rather in cognitive terms. The Greek culture was absorbed because it was valid in itself. When the Romans invaded Greece, a warlike people accustomed to surviving, they knew how to preserve the features of the Greek culture that worked to maintain peace in their "colonies".


Then, although the Romans conserved the pantheon of gods of Greek origin, they re-baptized them, attributing to them relations with their own history, the history of Rome. Hence arises the well-known myth of the founding of Rome, in the hands of Romulus (and his brother Remus) who were direct descendants of Mars (god of war) who found his Greek equivalent in the god Ares.

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What part of speech is the italicized word in the sentence below? Four score and seven years ago, our forefathers brought (forth) upon this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.


1.adjective


2.conjunction


3.adverb


4.preposition


5.verb

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The best answer for this question would be:

4.preposition

 

Prepositions are words that connect the noun, pronoun and phrases in a sentence, the word is usually in front of the noun or pronouns which gives the linked relationship between the words in the sentence.

4. Preposition

"Forth" is a preposition, that is to say, a function word that usually expresses a relation to another word or phrase in a sentence, they may show direction, location, time, introduce an object, etc.

In this excerpt, the "forth" word is acting as the proposition within the phrasal verbs "Brought forth" which means to cause something to happen or be seen or known.

For further clarification, a phrasal verb consists of a verb and a preposition or an adverb (or both), that when are together express a different meaning than the meaning of words being separated.

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