ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

When taking notes you should include all of the following except A. paraphrased relevant information on the topic.
B. paraphrased supporting details for evidence.
C. referenced direct quotations using quotation marks.
D. personal reactions and reflections concerning the topic.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

B

Explanation:

you should never paraphrase supporting details for evidence it should be a direct quote not just paraphrased


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Drivers ED:When you back your vehicle, you should A: Back quickly; it is easier to guide your vehicle when you are moving quickly.
B: Back at the same speed you would use when moving forward in that location.
C: Back slowly; your vehicle is much harder to steer while you are backing.

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Answer:

When you back your vehicle, you should C: Back slowly; your vehicle is much harder to steer while you are backing.

Explanation:

One must be very careful while driving and follow all the rules. Special instructions must be followed while backing the car. It is more difficult to control the steering of the vehicle and balancing the car while backing it. Reverse is a more powerful gear than the driving gears.

So, option C is correct which says that “Back slowly; your vehicle is much harder to steer while you are backing”. Option A is incorrect as it mentions that back quickly. Option B is also wrong as it says that back at the same speed as we move forward.  

Answer:

C: Back slowly; your vehicle is much harder to steer while you are backing.

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the stanza from "The Raven." Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December,
And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.
Eagerly I wished the morrow;–vainly I had sought to borrow
From my books surcease of sorrow–sorrow for the lost Lenore–
For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore–
Nameless here for evermore.

Which words in the excerpt best help develop a mournful mood? Check all that apply.

distinctly
remember
bleak
dying
ghost
eagerly
sorrow

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The words in the excerpt which best help develop a mournful mood are:

  • Bleak
  • Dying
  • Ghost
  • Sorrow

What is Mood?

This refers to the general atmosphere of a narration which is created usually through tone and the setting of the story.

With this in mind, we can see that from the given stanza, there is the use of words to create a negative mood which is one of mourning such as "bleak", "dying", "ghost", etc.

Read more about mournful mood here:
brainly.com/question/7359707

Answer:

  • Bleak
  • Dying
  • Ghost
  • Sorrow

Explanation:

In a narrative, choice of words can establish mood and tone, evoking a specific feeling and effect on the reader.

This mood is conveyed through vocabulary and depends on what the author seeks to provoke, it can be either a joyful mood, a mysterious mood or a mournful one.

In "The Raven", Edgar Allan Poe uses these specific words to immerse the reader into a mournful and grim atmosphere, as well as transmitting the character's feelings and experiences.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What kind of figurative language is "outdoors throbbed with autumn."

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I believe its personification. 
Metaphor or personification
COLLEGE

Which one of these questions could be most appropriately answered in a research paper, being neither too broad nor too narrow? 1. What have been the achievements of the American space program?
2. What alternative fuels offer our best prospects in the next ten years?
3. How do the symptoms of a heart attack differ from those of a stroke?
4. How many American jobs pay only the minimum wage and offer no benefits?

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Answer:

2. What alternative fuels offer our best prospects in the next ten years?

Explanation:

In research papers always avoid answering questions that begin with "how", since the answer will be too broad for such question word. The word "what" implies a more especific answer. Having said that, option 2 is more appropriate because it is more measurable and specific.

HIGH SCHOOL

Choose one of the elements of literature, listed below. In the space below, write a 500–600 word essay comparing and contrasting a literary element in "Sixteen" by Maureen Daly and "Through the Tunnel" by Doris Lessing. Elements of Literature tone theme setting character plot point of View conflict

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I could explain to you in 500-600 words, how to write a essay. this is for simple questions. not full essays 

HIGH SCHOOL

If parents were to make the same mistake Kohlberg did, they would interpret changes in the way their emerging adult college students' thinking as regression rather than temporary:

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Answer:

Temporal disequilibrium.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

3 sentences explaining smile

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The Rose is As Red As Your Cheeks
The Moonbeams are like the Dream You Always Endured
Turtles are slow as The Stoplight
Smile is a way to show your are happy
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following is an example of an imperative sentence

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Imperative sentences usually end with a period but can occasionally end with an exclamation point. These sentences are sometimes referred to as directives because they provide direction to whomever is being addressed. 

Below, you'll find some examples of imperative sentences. Note that each line is issuing a command of some sort. 

Pass the salt.

Move out of my way!

Shut the front door.

Find my leather jacket.

Be there at five.

Clean your room.

Complete these by tomorrow.

Consider the red dress.

Wait for me.

Get out!

Make sure you pack warm clothes. 

Choose Eamonn, not Seamus.

Please be quiet.

Be nice to your friends.

Play ball!

Here is an example: Do your chores!
HIGH SCHOOL

Which word best describes the mood of this stanza from Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven?" Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore,
While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
"'Tis some visiter," I muttered, "tapping at my chamber door-
Only this, and nothing more."
Tender
Gloomy
Warm
Painful

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The answer is:

Gloomy

The mood is slow, depressing, almost frightening, this is an excellent exceprt from Poe´s poem The Raven, Poe´s work is specially dark and depressing, in this excerpt you can read the "midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary," That makes you enter in the mood, of a depressing night, with a weak man.

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