because a dialoge is when two people are having a cinversation unlike monologue which is when a person is taking to himself.
The correct answer is true
Which of the following is an example of a distracting mannerism? A. shifting from foot to foot during a speech
B. talking too quietly for the audience to hear
C. using a casual tone during a formal speech
D. not looking the audience in the eyes
A. shifting from foot to foot during a speech
Mannerism refers to the habit or gesture which one posses. It gets highlighted in most of the activities of a person. It marks a distinctive attitude which a person exhibits. Mannerisms differ from person to person. There are certain specific mannerisms which are said to be positive or distinctive mannerisms. As per the above question, the mannerism of shifting from foot to foot during a speech is the distracting mannerism. The audience listening to the speech gets distracted when the person shifts from his place frequently.
In which sentence is the word books used as a direct object? A. Please move those books off the piano immediately. B. Will books be replaced by computers? C. Jermaine filled the shelves in his room with books. D. Whenever possible, Mrs. Montoya books an early flight.
The answer would be: A) Please move those books off the piano immediately.
An indirect object is the receiver of the action of a verb
So in this case, "Move" those books.
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In which sentence is the word books used as a direct object?
A. Please move those books off the piano immediately.
A direct object is preceded by a transitive verb, which in sentence A would be move. This verb is the action verb which answers the what or who question. In this case would be: What is going to be moved? The books off the piano...
The remaining sentences use the word books differently. Sentence B uses books as the subject; sentence C as an indirect object (the word shelves would be the direct object). Finally, sentence D uses books as a possessive noun.
A noun or pronoun that follows another noun or pronoun in a sentence to identify or explain it is called am) grund
Appositive = noun/pronoun that follows another one to explain it.
Example: Bapitty-boomp, our sparkling terrier, ran towards the horizon.
Which is not an example of an element likely to appear in a medical romance
drug free test environments
Answer:repeated uses of the rose symbol
True or false. a sonnet is a ten-line poem without a rhyme scheme.
The correct answer is False
A sonnet is a type of poem that always includes fourteen verses or lines and commonly each verse has a certain structure and lines include a rhyme scheme or a pattern of sound repetition that vary according to the language and historical period. Indeed it is believed this type of poems first emerged in Italy during the 13th century and then was adopted by authors of different countries and in different centuries including famous writers such as William Shakespeare and Percy Bysshe Shelley. Therefore, according to the previous ideas, it is false a sonnet is a ten-lines poem without a rhyme scheme because a sonnet is a fourteen-line poem and in most cases follows a rhyme scheme.
The stage manager assumes various small ? During the course of the play
Various small actions during the play
Read the proverb then write what the proverb means. By wisdom a house is built,and
by understanding it is established;
by knowledge the rooms are filled
with all precious and pleasant riches.
In the following sentence, which word is an adverb used to modify an adjective? It was quite late for a telephone call. A. for B. quite C. late D. telephone
Which of the following is not true of parenthetical elements? A. They provide additional detail.
B. When one appears in the middle of a sentence, only one comma is needed.
C. The information they supply is not needed for the sentence to make sense.
D. The information they supply can modify the subject or the verb.
I believe the answer is A
Provide additional detail
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