ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

You spot a small bird with bright yellow feathers on your back porch. Which one of the following books might be a good place to find out what kind of bird you've seen?

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Answer 1
Answer: The answer would be the little bright yellow bird again book
Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

Illustrated Guide to Bird Identification

Explanation:

I have the stuff


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HIGH SCHOOL

Why is it that English borrows so many loanwords in dance and fashion from France? A. France invented ballet and fashion. B. France has both social renown and economic power in the fashion and dance worlds, so English borrows many French words for these areas. C. France does not have any influence in the fashion and dance worlds, but the words are so beautiful that English borrows many French words for these areas. D. English does not borrow loanwords from France in these areas.

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I believe the correct answer is B. France has both social renown and economic power in the fashion and dance worlds, so English borrows many French words for these areas. It is known that France is the best when it comes to fashion and dance - so it's no wonder that its terms for fashion and dance industry are used throughout the world. English has a lot of words borrowed from French, so D is definitely incorrect. C is incorrect because the French influence is obvious in these areas. A is incorrect because ballet comes from Italy.

Answer:

B

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HIGH SCHOOL

A speech that has to include the core and emerging markets and the need to market South Africa at an international level. And the various platforms that South African Tourism uses to market South Africa as a destination of choice internationally and domestically

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South Africa is one of the countries that boast its biodiversity which is very helpful for tourism. The tourism industry is very popular that on the year 2012, it has contributed 102 billion in its GDP, this is according to the World Travel & Tourism Council, It has also influenced its employment rate by 10.3%. This is all because South Africa offers a lot of tourist alternative options – both domestic and international tourism. The example destination that is a must-see for everyone is Kruger National Park (in the north), KwaZulu-Natal’s coastlines and beaches and Western Cape provinces, as well as major cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban which has a lot of natural landscape, cultural heritages and  wines. 

COLLEGE

In the sentence below, choose the noun in the subject noun phrase and the noun in the verb phrase. The young boy bought a bicycle.


Noun in subject noun phrase: ______

Noun in verb phrase: ______

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Noun in subject noun phrase: boy
noun in verb phrase: bicycle

Answer:

Noun in subject noun phrase: _boy_____

Noun in verb phrase: _bicycle_____

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

17) ) "Much that I encountered on the way contributed, I know not how, to heighten the vague sentiments of which I have already spoken."
What purpose does this sentence serve in the paragraph?
A)
It gives the reader insight into the story's setting.
B)
It gives the reader insight into the story's message.
C)
It gives the reader insight into the author's main idea.
It gives the reader insight into the narrator's state of
mind.

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The purpose which this sentence serves in the paragraph is D. It gives the reader insight into the narrator's state of mind.

What is Narration?

This refers to the storytelling which a person makes where he explains the details of the story to an audience.

Hence, we can see that from the given sentence, there is the text purpose that is there which is to give the reader insight into the narrator's state of mind.

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Answer:

D) It gives the reader insight into the narrator's state of mind.

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Select the correct text in the passage. Which two parts of this excerpt from Leo Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilyich suggest that doctors, like lawyers, are part of the superficial middle-class world of nineteenth century Russia? He went. Everything took place as he had expected and as it always does. There was the usual waiting and the important air assumed by the doctor, with which he was so familiar (resembling that which he himself assumed in court), and the sounding and listening, and the questions which called for answers that were foregone conclusions and were evidently unnecessary, and the look of importance which implied that "if only you put yourself in our hands we will arrange everything—we know indubitably how it has to be done, always in the same way for everybody alike." It was all just as it was in the law courts. The doctor put on just the same air towards him as he himself put on towards an accused person. The doctor said that so-and-so indicated that there was so- and-so inside the patient, but if the investigation of so-and-so did not confirm this, then he must assume that and that. If he assumed that and that, then...and so on. To Ivan Ilyich only one question was important: was his case serious or not? But the doctor ignored that inappropriate question. From his point of view it was not the one under consideration, the real question was to decide between a floating kidney, chronic catarrh, or appendicitis. It was not a question the doctor solved brilliantly, as it seemed to Ivan Ilyich, in favour of the appendix, with the reservation that should an examination of the urine give fresh indications the matter would be reconsidered. All this was just what Ivan Ilyich had himself brilliantly accomplished a thousand times in dealing with men on trial. The doctor summed up just as brilliantly, looking over his spectacles triumphantly and even gaily at the accused. From the doctor's summing up Ivan Ilyich concluded that things were bad, but that for the doctor, and perhaps for everybody else, it was a matter of indifference, though for him it was bad. And this conclusion struck him painfully, arousing in him a great feeling of pity for himself and of bitterness towards the doctor's indifference to a matter of such importance.
30 points plz help Read the passage. Damon and Pythias The story of Damon and Pythias is an ancient Greek legend that has been retold throughout the centuries and that has been source material for many literary works. The legend expresses the ideals of friendship and examines the bond between two individuals faced with an impossible test and choice. There once lived two men, called Damon and Pythias. They were both lovers of truth and integrity and in all the city of Syracuse they could find no one who upheld these principles so well as each other. Dionysius was at that time the ruler of Syracuse; he wielded complete authority and very often abused his power, for he was hot-tempered and imperious and anyone who angered him was put to death. One day he was informed that a young man named Pythias had been heard complaining against the cruelty of Dionysius; no one was allowed to criticise the ruler, and Dionysius condemned the youth to die. When Pythias learnt of his fate, he begged to be allowed to return home to set his affairs in order. “How far away is your home?” enquired Dionysius suspiciously, “and how may I be certain you will return?” “My home is many miles distant,” replies Pythias, “but I have a friend, Damon, who is willing to take my place while I am away.” There was a stir amongst the bystanders and a man stepped to Pythias's side. “I am Damon, my lord” he said. “I will give myself up as a pledge of my friend's return, and if any accident befalls him I will die in his stead.” The tyrant was amazed by this generosity, and gave Pythias leave to depart, fixing on the day and hour of his return, and warning that he would not fail to exercise justice on his friend, if he did not arrive back in time. The days passed and the morning dawned on which Pythias was to have been executed-still, Pythias did not appear, and the people of Syracuse said that Damon would surely be killed. Everyone was agreed in condemning his behavior as rash and foolhardy; but Damon himself was the happiest man in the prison. He was filled with hope that his friend would not return in time, and he was led out to execution with a cheerful face. Dionysius had come to see him meet his death, and called out to him in mocking words. “So, Damon, where is your friend, of whom you were so confident? I fear you have allowed him to take advantage of your simplicity.” “It is impossible for me to doubt my friend's constancy,” replied Damon. “Perhaps he has met with some accident along the way.” At that moment a horse broke through the crowd, and Pythias, travel-stained and weary, half fell out of his saddle, and ran to embrace his friend. “I am come—in time,” he gasped. “My horse—was killed, and I could not find another. Thank heaven I am in time to save you!” But Damon did not want Pythias to die. He pleaded with him to allow the execution to continue, and Dionysius watched in disbelief as each friend eagerly sought to give up his life for the other. “Cease, cease these debates,” he exclaimed, stepping forward and taking their hands. “I hereby set both of you free. Never in my life have I seen such loyalty; nor did I dream such a thing could exist. I beg you will accept my pardon and allow me to share in your friendship.” How does the archetype of the devoted comrade, exemplified by Damon and Pythias, affect the story? A.It develops the theme that loyalty often comes with a price. B.It creates tension when their friendship is tested. C.Their friendship inspires change in Dionysius. D.Their dedication to one another causes conflict.