ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Advisers might oversee all of the following except

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Answer 1
Answer: Is there any option to this answer?

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HIGH SCHOOL

Okonkwo’s desire to do violence to the missionaries is _____.? A)appropriate, because they have violated the codes of the clan
B)confusing, because he has certain things in common with the missionaries
C)ironic, because he would be violating clan values
D)intelligent, because the missionaries are plotting to do him harm

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Answer:

C) ironic, because he would be violating clan values

Explanation:

In spite of the fact that he is a predominant character, his grievous imperfection—the condition of masculinity with thoughtlessness, outrage, and savagery—realizes his very own obliteration. Okonkwo is rough, now and again, and typically unfit to express his sentiments (the storyteller much of the time utilizes the word "inwardly" in reference to Okonkwo's feelings). In any case, his feelings are to be sure very perplexing, as his "masculine" values strife with his "unmanly" ones.

The answer is letter choice C
HIGH SCHOOL

Why shouldn't lady Macbeth kill King Duncan

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Can You post answer choices?

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What conclusion can be drawn about children with quiet or shy temperaments?

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They may have been been subject to abuse early on in life or they may have been bullied which caused them to become quite introverted.
HIGH SCHOOL

HELP!!! Which sentences in this excerpt from Ernest Hemingway's "In Another Country" reflect the theme of the psychological alienation caused by war?


We all had the same medals, except the boy with the black silk bandage across his face, and he had not been at the front long enough to get any medals. The tall boy with a very pale face who was to be a lawyer had been lieutenant of Arditi carefully selected volunteers specializing in dangerous campaigns and had three medals of the sort we each had only one of. He had lived a very long time with death and was a little detached. We were all a little detached, and there was nothing that held us together except that we met every afternoon at the hospital. Although, as we walked to the Cova through the tough part of town, walking in the dark, with light and singing coming out of the wine-shops, and sometimes having to walk into the street when the men and women would crowd together on the sidewalk so that we would have had to jostle them to get by, we felt held together by there being something that had happened that they, the people who disliked us, did not understand.

Pick any sentence can be more then one... Please

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The answer to the question above would be that the sentences in this excerpt from Ernest Hemingway's "In Another Country" that reflect the theme of the psychological alienation caused by war are the following ones: "We were all a little detached, and there was nothing that held us together except that we met every afternoon at the hospital". (...)"We felt held together by there being something that had happened that they, the people who disliked us, did not understand".

Alienation refers to a man being alone in a hostile universe all by himself. Nobody who has not gone through a war can understand how soldiers and civilians who have been in a war zone feel. Hemingway refers to the war as "something that had happened that they, the people who disliked us, did not understand".

We were all a little detached, and there was nothing that held us together except that we met every afternoon at the hospital. Although, as we walked to the Cova through the tough part of town, walking in the dark, with light and singing coming out of the wine-shops, and sometimes having to walk into the street when the men and women would crowd together on the sidewalk so that we would have had to jostle them to get by, we felt held together by there being something that had happened that they
MIDDLE SCHOOL

The main idea of a text is not always directly stated
is always stated in the first paragraph
usually appears in the conclusion
is found in the body of the text

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The answer is not always directly stated A

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The correct answer is A) Is not always directly stated

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

The acronym HRSA stands for

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Answer:

Health Resources and Services Administration

Explanation:

Health resources and services administration
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Science must be based on which of the following? Select all that apply! fact
bias
empirical evidence
subjective observations

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Science should be based on

1. fact

3. empirical evidence

Answer: A, fact and C, empirical evidence

Explanation:

COLLEGE

The inn of lost time settings

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What do you mean the inn of lost time of setting explain more
HIGH SCHOOL

What does the interaction between Rainsford and General Zaroff reveal about Rainsford’s attitude toward Zaroff? He is in awe of Zaroff’s power.
He believes Zaroff’s behavior is inhumane.
He questions Zaroff’s sanity.
He is afraid of Zaroff’s lack of self-control.

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Answer:

The correct answer to the question: What does the interaction between Rainsford and General Zaroff reveal about Rainsford´s attitude toward Zaroff? would be: He believes Zaroff´s behavior is inhumane.

Explanation:

"The Most Dangerous Game" is a short story that was written by Richard Connell and published as a periodical since 1924. The story narrates the events that take place in the life of famous big-game hunter Sanger Rainsford. As he and a friend of his, Whitney, are traveling to the Amazon to hunt jaguars, Rainsford falls from the boat and ends up on an island, where he meets with a pretty impressive man named Zaroff, and his minion Ivan. Although at first Rainsford is impressed with Zaroff´s civility and manners, showing that he is a total gentleman, this impression changes as Rainsford becomes aware of what to Zaroff means to have a "great and exciting hunt". He becomes aware that Zaroff is talking about hunting human beings and that´s when he realizes that beneath all that civility lies a real monster.

He believes Zaroff's behavior is inhumane
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