ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Classify this sentence as simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. My friend, who has recently moved to Michigan to join his family, gave me some living room furniture that I know will be used immediately.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer: This sentence is a complex sentence, because it contains several subordinate clauses, dependent on the independent clause.

Explanation:

The independent clause in this sentence is:

My friend (...) gave me some living room furniture

subordinate clause:

(...) who has recently moved to Michigan - depends on the main clause (characterizes "the friend")

subordinate clause:

(...)to join his family - indicates why the friends moved to Michigan

subordinate clause:

(...) that I know will be used immediately - described the furniture = one that will be used immediately


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Did the internet the cell phone and the ipod revolutionized our society

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Yes because people are always o them
Yes they did! it makes it easier to connect with other people more tech jobs and ways to share your talent with the world
HIGH SCHOOL

In writing the play Julius Caesar, Shakespeare drew from historical events and embellished on the event details
and developed historical characters
but altered the outcome of those events
but changed the historical time period

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The correct answer is: and embellished on the event details.

Indeed, one instance is the assassination of Caesar. In the play, it takes place in the Senate Capitol, which is of course a very symbolic area. However, in real life it was carried out at the Theater of Pompey. Real life is even more symbolic since many of the conspirators had been close to late Pompey and the choosing of such place to murder Caesar was also an act of revenge. Also, Caesar was stabbed 23 times in real life and 33 times in the play; no doubt for dramatic purposes. Finally, in real life Caesar never uttered the words “Et tu Brute? (you also, Brutus)?”.

Answer:

and developed historical characters

Explanation:

100% correct

MIDDLE SCHOOL

McDonald’s sign flaunts their popularity with consumers by noting “Over 99 Billion Served.” Which logical fallacy is McDonald’s using to persuade consumers to eat at their restaurant? Ambiguity


Black and White


Ad-hominem


Bandwagon

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When they flaunt their popularity, I feel like they're trying to get me to consume because "everyone else is doing it."

This is also known as joining the bandwagon, so I'll have to go with:

Bandwagon

Let me know if this helped, as I don't have 100% proof.

Question 1

Match the following persuasive appeal to the correct definition:

 

LOGOS  - Appeal using logic and reason

PATHOS - Appeal to the emotions    

ETHOS  - Appeal used to convince an audience of your credibility

                       

 

Question 2

 

In this excerpt from Winston Churchill’s famous speech, “Blood, Toil, Sweat, and Tears,” which of the following is the BEST example of pathos?

 

“I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat.”

 

 

Question 3

“We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches…”

In this excerpt from Winston Churchill’s famous speech, “We Shall Fight on the Beaches,” what rhetorical device is being used to emphasize his point and expression emotion?

 

Anaphora

 

 

Question 4 

The art of persuading an audience through writing or speech is called...

 

Rhetoric

 

Question 5

Which of the following is NOT a type of persuasive speech?

 

Forensic

 

Question 6

Why is having a celebrity endorse a product in an advertisement an example of ethos?

 

The celebrity’s credibility and reputation often influence consumers to purchase a product

 

Question 7

A commercial that encourages viewers to adopt homeless animals with sad music and images of shivering puppies is using which persuasive appeal?

 

Pathos

 

Question 8

McDonald’s sign flaunts their popularity with consumers by noting “Over 99 Billion Served.” Which logical fallacy is McDonald’s using to persuade consumers to eat at their restaurant?

 

Bandwagon

 

Question 9

When flipping a coin, there is a 50% chance that the coin will land on heads and a 50% chance that it will land on tails. Which fallacy presents that there is a possible pattern to flipping the coin and receiving a specific result?

 

Gambler's Fallacy

 

Question 10

Which textual example from Churchill’s speech, “We Shall Fight on the Beaches,” BEST creates a tone of urgency?

 

"We have found it necessary to take measures of increasing stringency, not only against enemy aliens and suspicious characters of other nationalities, but also against British subjects who may become a danger…"

 

Question 11

Read the passage "Running for Office" by Lance Carson below. Which BEST evaluates the last sentence? Consider the use of evidence and rhetoric in the last sentence.

 

The author convincingly provides one last appeal to logic in his concluding statement. He urges those interested in politics to consider the cost of service.

 

Question 12

Read the 2 passages below. Which BEST evaluates the credibility of these two sections of information?

 

The section, Why Eat Insects? would be considered more credible because it is presented in a numbered format to provide factual details clearly.

 

Question 13

George is attending a local school board meeting to present the results of a survey that students completed. He hopes to convince the school board to reconsider their decision that students at his high school should wear uniforms during the next school year.

What tone should George use in his presentation?


Serious

 

 

(This is the entire K12 Quiz with answers. I received a score of 80%

Which means 2 of these answers are incorrect hopefully someone else can determine which ones for a 100% score.)

HIGH SCHOOL

When writing your rough draft, you should focus on the spelling, capitalization, and punctuation _____. a. after you complete your rough draft
b. whenever you create a new sentence
c. before you write your rough draft
d. as you write your rough draft

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Since this is only a draft you are going to work on and develop later, you don't have to think about these issues while you are writing it, or before. So the correct answer is A, 'after you complete your rough draft'. 

o the correct answer is A, 'after you complete your rough draft'.  

HIGH SCHOOL

Is there enough information to be useful to my project? The question is associated with the evaluation of __________.
A.
intent
B.
objective reasoning
C.
coverage
D.
audience

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Answer:

A. Coverage

Explanation:

The question is associated with the evaluation of coverage to confirm whether the person has the necessary and important characteristics that are needed for a professional research project or essay.  

It is useful to confirm beforehand whether a piece of writing covers all the essential elements due to this adds credibility and reliability to the efforts of the writer.

the first question is letter A.) intent

and question 2 is C.) Coverage

MIDDLE SCHOOL

03.01 Who Tells It Best Warning
There is a checkbox at the bottom of the exam form that you MUST check prior to submitting this exam. Failure to do so may cause your work to be lost.
Question 1(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
(LC)Which of the following statements about narratives is true?

A narrative describes events in sequence.
A narrative has characters and setting but no conflict.
A narrative is a fictional account of something that has happened.
A narrative must be presented in written form.
Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
(LC)Which sentence is written in first-person point of view?

Her friends cheered as she scored the winning goal.
My friends cheered as I scored the winning goal.
Rita's friends cheered as she scored the winning goal.
Your friends cheered as you scored the winning goal.
Question 3(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
(LC)Which sentence is written in second-person point of view?

He had never been as scared as he was now.
Hyun had never been as scared as he was now.
I have never been as scared as I am now.
You have never been as scared as you are now.
Question 4(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)
(LC)Which sentence is written in third-person point of view?

Once a small crowd of protesters, we were now an angry mob.
Our small crowd of protesters was now an angry mob.
The small crowd of protesters had turned into an angry mob.
Your small crowd of protesters has now become an angry mob.
Question 5 (Matching Worth 30 points)
(HC)Match the point of view with one of its advantages.

Match Term Definition

First-person point of view A) It engages the reader with a character from a story narrating the action.

Second-person point of view B) It allows you to reveal the inner thoughts of multiple characters.

Third-person point of view C) It places the read

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Second-person point of view

Question 4: The answer is C

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The poem “Mouse Nest” by John Clare. The poem is a sonnet because it has 14 lines, and it is a written in iambic pattern.

What is sonnet?

Sonnet is a poetic form which is quite famous among poets. In sonnet, poems are written within 14 lines and iambic pattern is used in writing. The “Mouse’s Nest” by John Clare is also a sonnet written in 1996.

Thus, the poem “Mouse Nest” by John Clare. The poem is a sonnet because it has 14 lines, and it is a written in iambic pattern.

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A sonnet is a poem with 14 lines. This poem has 14 lines with a specific rhyme scheme. AABBCCDDEEFFGG. Sonnets are also written in iambic pentameter. This poem is written in iambic pentameter. Each line has 10 syllables and the syllables alternate between unstressed and stressed. Lastly, the last two lines of the poem make a generalized statement about what is happening in the poem, as well as in life.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

in this excerpt from edgar aloen poes the fall of the house of usher what does this response to ushers letter reveal about the narrators character

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Good afternoon!!

Answer-

This reveals that the character is very compassionate. A layer that the reader has not yet seen.

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vers - turned

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