ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

PLEASE ANSWER ASAP!! Read the excerpt from “A Journey West.”
Every disaster made my doubts stronger. But Rosetta just pulled herself up straight, set her shoulders, and said, “Well, I guess there’s nothing for it but to keep going. Let’s see what’s over the horizon, because it’ll be better than what’s here.”

Today, our milk cow fell in a gully. My doubts finally won out, and I didn’t think we would ever be able to build a good life in this barren, harsh, unforgiving land.

“It’s all my fault, Rosie,” I said sadly. “If I hadn’t dreamed those silly dreams, we never would have come to this terrible place.”
Which type of conflict is shown in the excerpt?
1. an internal conflict; Nate is regretting his decision to move west
2. an internal conflict; Nate is confused by Rosetta’s words
3. an external conflict; Rosetta believes Nate’s dreams to be silly
4. an external conflict; Rosetta now believes they should turn back

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

1. an internal conflict; Nate is regretting his decision to move west

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

3.

Explanation:

In the first paragraph, first sentence, she claims that her doubts are going stronger and based off the rest of the story, she's starting to think more and more that Nate's dreams are nothing more then mere fantasy. She still keeps going though, as if determined to prove her point of his dreams not being real.


Related Questions

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is 3 number bymultiplying that equals 14

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Steps:
1. You divide 14 by 3
To do this you have to multiply the reciprocal of 3 which is 1/3
2. 14/1 times 1/3= 14/3
3. 14/3 when turned into a mixed number is 4 2/3
4. Your answer is 4 2/3 or 4.66 repeating


7x2

1x14

2x7

hope this helps!


HIGH SCHOOL

A lecture was being given to the students A.verb B.noun C.adj

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a -- article (a, an, the, some)
lecture -- noun (person, place, thing or idea)
was -- verb (an action or state of being)
being -- verb (an action or state of being)
given -- verb (an action or state of being)
to -- preposition (describes a relationship between the lecture being given and the students)
the -- article (a, an, the, some)
students -- noun (person, place, thing or idea)
HIGH SCHOOL

Perspective influences how a person looks at a piece of art and its qualities. a. always true
c. always false
b. sometimes true
d. Perspective is not relevant in the interpretation of art.

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The answer is A. It is always true that an individual's perspective will affect the way they interpret any piece of artwork. This is why opinions and artistic taste are so varying and subjective, it is a truth that no artist can get away from! Hopefully this answers the question!

The correct answer is .

Further Explanation:

Perspectives refer to the manner in which in any idea of belief turns into a viewpoint. Perspectives differ from person to person. It is influenced by the culture, background, ethnicity or the environment a person is exposed to. Different people have different perspectives related to a single idea or thought. In the same way, perspective related to art differs in a significant way from person to person. Culture and background influences and shapes the perspectives of the people. Basically, perspectives are formed from three different angles which are cultural, historical and personal perspectives. The viewpoint towards art represents the culture to which a person is exposed to. Perspective is a way to look into the art in a way to understand the finest part of it. It helps in developing a real and believable picture of the art before the eyes of the viewers. The art and its qualities are looked upon through the perspective of the viewer. The presentation of the art and the way it is presented before the view also adds in influencing the perspectives.

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1. Which kind of clause functions as a subject, object, or complement? brainly.com/question/2416201

2. What is the purpose of a descriptive essay? brainly.com/question/888389

Answer details:

Grade: Senior School

Subject: English Literature

Chapter: Perspective

Keywords:

Perspective, piece of art, Culture, picture, qualities, background, ethnicity, idea, shapes, viewer.

HIGH SCHOOL

What is considered one of the first first magical realist story?

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Answer:

Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis.

Explanation:

 I'm saying it would be Ben Okri
HIGH SCHOOL

Describe the relationship between the church and the state in a puritan community

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The Puritan communities that settled the United States were often escaping religious persecution in England, and part of their motivation for moving to the new continent was to gain freedom of religion. Therefore, they were interested in establishing a degree of separation between the state and the Church. They established congregational independence, which meant that the government could not intervene in the affairs of the congregation. Moreover, ministers were barred from holding public office.

However, this did not mean that Puritans believed the separation should be absolute. The government and the church were just two mechanisms to carry out the teachings of the Bible. Church attendance was mandatory and all citizens were taxed to contribute to the needs of the church.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of these statements about other characters' reactions to myrtle's death is true?

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HIGH SCHOOL

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3 and 4 
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COLLEGE

Which of the following is NOT a good way to use a dictionary while reading a piece of literature? 1) Make a running list of words and definitions.
2) Underline unknown words and check the definition at the end of the paragraph. 3) Look up every word you do not know.
4) Remember the words you do not know, and look them up when you have finished reading.

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Answer:

The best answer to the question: Which of the following is NOT a good way to use a dictionary while reading a piece of literature, would be, 3. Look up every word you do not know.

Explanation:

Although it is important while reading a piece of literature in which not all the terms are clear to the reader, to use a dictionary to clarify some of them, it is definitely NOT a good idea to be looking up EVERY single word that is unknown. The reason is that first, the reading becomes non-fluent, and the person becomes tired soon. The second reason is that there are other strategies that can be used in order to guess the meaning of the words in a text, by using context, and clues, and which allow the reader to also follow the thought process and the concepts being displayed by the author. A final reason is that in English, the meaning of a word is usually best understood by comprehending the context in which it is used. When the reader becomes attached to dictionary meanings, sometimes he/she may understand the word as explained by the dictionary, but not as it is actually used in the text.

D. Remember the words you do not know, and look them up when you have finished reading.

Explanation:

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Some of your friends order more food than they can eat when they go out to eat at a restaurant.Often the food is wasted.what can you do to persuade them not to waste food?What solutions can be offered?

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Put the leftover food into compost instead of throwing it out
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