ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

I will ask Peter to paint the house.
causative

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Answer 1
Answer: Then go ask Peter he will— and I pop

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Identify the infinitive phrase and its use in the sentence below. To speak clearly is essential to being understood.

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The use is who is speaking wants to be heard and listened too.
The infinitive phrase in the sentence is "to being understood."
COLLEGE

Read this excerpt from Leo Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilyich: Her attitude towards him and his diseases is still the same. Just as the doctor had adopted a certain relation to his patient which he could not abandon, so had she formed one towards him—that he was not doing something he ought to do and was himself to blame, and that she reproached him lovingly for this—and she could not now change that attitude. "You see he doesn't listen to me and doesn't take his medicine at the proper time. And above all he lies in a position that is no doubt bad for him—with his legs up." She described how he made Gerasim hold his legs up. The doctor smiled with a contemptuous affability that said: "What's to be done? These sick people do have foolish fancies of that kind, but we must forgive them. . . ." They all rose, said good-night, and went away. When they had gone it seemed to Ivan Ilyich that he felt better; the falsity had gone with them. But the pain remained—that same pain and that same fear that made everything monotonously alike, nothing harder and nothing easier. Everything was worse. Again minute followed minute and hour followed hour. Everything remained the same and there was no cessation. And the inevitable end of it all became more and more terrible. Based on the excerpt, how is Praskovya Fedorovna a character foil to Ivan Ilyich? She is kind and takes care of Ivan, which is why he feels guilty about how he treated her for most of their married life.

She is vindictive toward Ivan while pretending to be worried about him, thus reminding him of how his family has never forgiven him.

She plays the part of the worried wife without any real feeling, symbolizing the false propriety Ivan upheld but now hates.

She is young, healthy, and beautiful—everything Ivan can never be again and wishes he could return to.

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I think it could be either B or C...

She is vindictive toward Ivan while pretending to be worried about him, thus reminding him of how his family has never forgiven him.

She plays the part of the worried wife without any real feeling, symbolizing the false propriety Ivan upheld but now hates.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which connection best fixes the run-on sentence? Wayne had climbed the tree _______ he couldn't get down. But

so

for

or

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for is the answer to the question

The answer is Wayne had climbed the tree so he couldn't get down.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

"[The king] has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages
sexes and conditions."
meric
Which best describes the colonists' attitude
fearful and mistrusting
sad and resigned
optimistic but wary
empathetic and understanding
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Answer:

Fearful and mistrusting

Explanation:

The colonists are expressing that they think the natives of the land are savages; describing their thoughts about their behavior. Because they use negative words, it means they dislike the natives' culture. They show their disgust that the King would just leave them in a place they do not know, full of  "savages", and without instructions.

Answer:

fearful and mistrusting

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which character in a poem from this unit visits a dark, empty house to keep a promise he made and then rides off on his horse when no one is there to meet him? a. the highwayman
b. the Traveler
c. Casey
d. the Abbot of Aberbrothok

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I think its b.........
HIGH SCHOOL

Read this excerpt from act III, scene I, of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: ROMEO: This gentleman, the prince's near ally, My very friend, hath got his mortal hurt In my behalf; my reputation stain'd With Tybalt's slander,—Tybalt, that an hour Hath been my kinsman! O sweet Juliet, Thy beauty hath made me effeminate And in my temper soften'd valour's steel! What is the central idea of the excerpt? Romeo blames falling in love with Juliet as the cause of Mercutio’s death. Romeo blames Tybalt’s hatred towards the Montagues as the cause of Mercutio’s death. Romeo blames his own cowardice and refusal to fight as the cause of Mercutio’s death. Romeo blames Mercutio’s impulsiveness as the cause of Mercutio’s death. Romeo blames Benvolio’s inability to stop the fight as the cause of Mercutio’s death.

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Romeo blames his own cowardice
HIGH SCHOOL

What is macbeths reaction to the witches' prophecy of his future

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He tries to change it but ultimately leads himself to his prophecy

Answer: He is excited at the prospect of becoming king but also fearful about what role he will have to play in making it happen

HIGH SCHOOL

3.Think of two words to describe the tone of each of the four memoirs you read in this unit. List these two words for each memoir and briefly explain why these words describe the story’s tone. (a)“A Cub Pilot”
(b)“Barrio Boy”
(c)“No Gumption”
(d)I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

4.4.What are some of the elements that make a memoir a memoir? Write a paragraph in which you describe at least three characteristics of a typical memoir, like the stories you have been reading in this unit.

“A Cub Pilot”
“Barrio Boy”
“No Gumption”
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
^ are the books

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A) Courage and Patience, It takes courage and patience to be a Cub pilot.
B) Despair (Barrio is a hard place to live.) and Fighter (Mexicans struggling to have a healthy education.)

that all I have come so far :)
COLLEGE

In the story "Night" Describe the 'run' and Elie's experience during the death march.

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The 'run' and Elie's experience during the death march:

Ellie has a harrowing experience during the run and the death march in which he witnesses inhumanity, brutality, and meanness at their height and prays to God that he never does what he had seen a son doing to his father.

Night is a book that depicts the time and conditions during the Holocaust when the Jewish people were brutally treated in the Nazi Germany Concentration Camps.

Death march was the movement of Jewish prisoners from one concentration camp to another.  During the ‘run’ in which they ran for more than forty miles,  Ellie Wiesel saw a father and son duo who were running along with them and other prisoners.

He saw how the son when he saw the father losing strength, ran past him as he had started believing that his poor, old, malnourished and exhausted father would not be able to make it. The only punishment that the incapable runners would get was a gunshot that relieved them of their miseries. The son left his father in lurch running ahead to save his own life. Though Ellie knew this truth, he did not reveal it to the old father who was still looking for his son, ignorant of the selfishness of his son.

Ellie who was with his ailing father lay exhausted in a shed after the run and prayed that he does not repeat the actions of the inhuman son and do to his own father what he saw the son doing to the poor old Rabbi father.

A boy running beside Ellie feels he cannot do anymore and gives up. He is trampled to death.  He also saw a musician and his violin trampled to death.

When they are loaded in cattle cars for transporting them to another camp, one of the strongest men, who had saved Ellie from dying due to strangulation in the car, dies of exhaustion and starvation. Only 12 out of a hundred survived when they reached the destination.

He also witnessed the sadism of German locals who threw insufficient food to start fights and killings over bread.

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