What reason does the author give for targeting a particular audience with Nibbie's story? Click here to read “Some Nonsense About a Dog.”

Only certain people will recognize that praising a dog is nonsense.
Only dedicated readers of his newspaper column will understand the depth of his loss.
Only those who knew Nibbie will care about what has happened to him.
Only mongrel dog lovers will appreciate this sentimental tribute to a stray.


Answer 1

This comes from the essay “Some Nonsense About a dog” written by Harry Esty Dounce, the story about this stray dog that he found at his home. He called him Nibbie and he loved the dog very much. In the beginning of the essay he says that he addresses the people who know what it is to love mongrels.

Question:  What reason does the author give for targeting a particular audience with Nibbie's story?

Answer: D. Only mongrel dog lovers will appreciate this sentimental tribute to a stray.

Answer 2


Only mongrel dog lovers will appreciate this sentimental tribute to a stray


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Identify the preposition for the sentences in questions 4. The legendary Pony Express rode its way into American history.

5. He rider's trail began at St. Joseph, Missouri.

6. A weary rider would often reach California in 10 days.

7. The Pony Express lasted only 18 months, but it was popular nonetheless.

Identify the conjunction for the sentences in questions

8. Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the sun.

9. Neptune is an ocean blue color, so it was named for the god of the sea.


4. into

5. at

6. in

7. no preposition

Prepositions tell the relation of one noun or pronoun to another. For example, in sentence 5 "at" gives the relation of the trail to the beginning. There is no preposition in sentence 7.

8. and

9. so

Conjunctions join words together. In sentence 8, the conjunction, and, joins Earth's two actions (rotates, revolves). In sentence 9, the conjunction, so, joins the description of Neptune's color to the reason for its name. The word "for" in sentence 9 is being used as a preposition, not a conjunction. Sentence 7 has a conjunction - but. It joins together two complete sentences.

Preposition are words that indicate location. Location may be physical or in relation to time.

5. AT
6. IN
7. BUT

Conjunction are words used as joiners. It links words to words; phrases to phrases ; clauses to clauses.

Conjunctions are limited to FANBOYS. 
F- for ; A - and ; N - nor ; B - but ; O - or ; Y - yet ; S - so.

8. AND
9. SO


This question is based on the following paragraph. The sentences are numbered to help you answer the question. (1) Making rice pudding can be very easy. (2) First, get a large, heavy saucepan. In the pan, measure 3 cups of whole milk, 1 cup of water, 1/2 stick of margarine or butter, and 1/2 cup of rice. (3) Bring this mixture to a quick boil. (4) Lower heat and slowly simmer for 45 minutes. (5) Remove the saucepan from the heat. (6) Add one beaten egg, 1/2 cup of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla. (7) Stir well. (8) Serve warm or cold. (9) Enjoy your treat. What method of organization is used in this paragraph? A. Compare and contrast B. Cause and effect C. Chronological order D. Examples and explanations


Answer: C) Chronological order.

Explanation: Chronological order is a method of organization that consists in the arrangement of things following one after another in time (in the order they happen). In the given paragraph we can see a recipe for making rice pudding. In that recipe we can see an example of a chronological organization, because the steps are listed in the order that they should be followed in order to achieve the desired result.

Its c because its telling you what to do 

E-mails do not require professionalism; it's acceptable to be informal. true or false


It depends. In most cases emails kind of have a professional stigma following them and are sent to ask questions or to gain information or inform the receiver so it’s best presented in a formal way.
In other cases such as a letter to a friend it can be as informal as the writer would like. Overall though I would say False, emails require professionalism.

I think it is false hope it helps


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