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Whats the simple subject in the sentence some model cars run?

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Answer 1
Answer: The subject of the sentence is a noun that answers the question who/what. It is the point of the sentence at which we must focus. A simple subject is a subject that completes the action shown in the sentence. Since the action is 'run', and its direct performer is 'cars', this is what we are looking for.

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When Jules Verne writes about problems with energy use, and we might see the same exact paragraph written today about our energy sources, this would be called Symbolism
Paradox
Situational Irony
Metaphor

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I think the answer is C) situational irony

I know I'm probably a little late on this but it is C.

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PLEASE HELP !!! questions 1-7 test your knowledge by revising the italicized sections of the following sentences so that parallel structure will express parallel ideas.
(in this case the capitalized sections)

1. Donald likes to play tennis and CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING.
2. Ginger is a gardener WITH FIRST-RATE GARDEN TOOLS and who has a beautiful garden.
3. Two things I promise: to work diligently and SUCCEED.
4. The desk was piled with papers , folders, coffee cups, broken pencils, and THERE WERE EVEN TWO DAYS' WORTH OF HALF EATEN LUNCH.
5. He was physically strong AS WELL AS POSSESSING KEEN INTELLIGENCE.
6. They hoped for peace WITHOUT BEING DISHONORED.
7. IN LATE MARCH, APRIL , AND IN MAY the weather is warm enough here to begin planting a garden

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Answer:

1. Donald likes to play tennis and to run cross country.

2. Ginger is a gardener who has first-rate garden tools and who has a beautiful garden.

3. Two things I promise: to work diligently and to succeed.

4. The desk was piled with papers, folders, coffee cups, broken pencils, and two days' worth of half-eaten lunch.

5. He was physically strong and keenly intelligent.

6. They hoped for peace without dishonor.

7. In late March, in April and in May, the weather is warm enough here to begin planting a garden.

Explanation:

Parallelism is the use of the same sentence structure or framing so that the grammatical structures of the sentence are not changed. It provides better readability and better understanding for the readers.

1. Donald likes to play tennis and CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING.

Donald likes to play tennis and to run cross country. The use of the word "to+verb" gives it a parallel structure.

2. Ginger is a gardener WITH FIRST-RATE GARDEN TOOLS and who has a beautiful garden.

Ginger is a gardener who has first-rate garden tools and who has a beautiful garden. (who has)

3. Two things I promise: to work diligently and SUCCEED.

Two things I promise: to work diligently and to succeed. (to)

4. The desk was piled with papers, folders, coffee cups, broken pencils, and THERE WERE EVEN TWO DAYS' WORTH OF HALF EATEN LUNCH.

The desk was piled with papers, folders, coffee cups, broken pencils, and two days' worth of half-eaten lunch. (removal of the unnecessary "there were even")

5. He was physically strong AS WELL AS POSSESSING KEEN INTELLIGENCE.  

He was physically strong and keenly intelligent. (and+ adverb + ly)

6. They hoped for peace WITHOUT BEING DISHONORED.

They hoped for peace without dishonor. (remove being)

7. IN LATE MARCH, APRIL , AND IN MAY the weather is warm enough here to begin planting a garden.

In late March, in April and in May, the weather is warm enough here to begin planting a garden. (use "in" for the each months)

Answer:

1. to run cross country

2. who has first-rate garden tools

3. to succeed

4. and two days’ worth of half-eaten lunch

5. keenly intelligent

6. without dishonor

7. In late March, in April, and in May

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Yukiko treats patients who are pregnant and going through childbirth. Her job title is best described as. Clark works in a hospital, where he responds to patients needs, transports patients, and cleans equipment and rooms. His job title is best described as.

Tammy schedules appointments for patients and performs basic clinical tasks such as measuring patients' height and weight. Her job title is best described as.

Russ is a doctor who specializes in treating children’s illnesses and injuries. His job title is best described as.

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Yukiko treats patients who are pregnant and going through childbirth. Her job title is best described as "obstetrician".

Clark works in a hospital, where he responds to patients needs, transports patients, and cleans equipment and rooms. His job title is best described as "Nursing assistant"

Tammy schedules appointments for patients and performs basic clinical tasks such as measuring patients' height and weight. Her job title is best described as "Medical assistant"

Russ is a doctor who specializes in treating children’s illnesses and injuries. His job title is best described as "Pediatricians"

Answer:

[D, C, C & B]

Obstetrician

Orderly

Medical Assistant

Pediatrician

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

What reason does the newspaper clerk give major kovaloff for not being able to run his ad?

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The newspaper clerk said that he's worried that the newspaper's reputation will go down because of the nonsense Kovaloff has given. This is the reason that the newspaper clerk has given to Major Kovaloff for not being able to run his ad. This part of a story is taken from "The Nose" story written by Nikolai Gogol.

It would look silly and give the news paper a bad reputation: apex

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