ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

A good plot gives a novel _____.
characters
setting
sense of order

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Answer 1
Answer:

The correct answer is Sense of order

Explanation:

In literature, the plot refers to the events that are part of a story and that help the author to develop the story by including the exposition, the rising action, the climax, the falling action and finally the resolution of the story. This means, without the plot, the events would not be organized and therefore the story would not be appropriately developed as plots give the novel and also the author a proper order and plan to develop other elements such as setting, actions, characters, etc. Thus, the element the plot gives to he novel and any other literary work is the sense of order.

Answer 2
Answer: A characters cause what book doesn't have characters none so a

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Read the sentences. [1] I am interested in history. [2] I decided to read the Declaration of Independence.
Which of the following options shows the best revisions of sentences 1 and 2 to create sentence variety without combining the
sentences?
I decided to read the Declaration of Independence. I am quite interested in history.
I am interested in the Declaration of Independence. I decided to study history.
History interests me. I decided to read the Declaration of Independence.
History interests me. The Declaration of Independence is something I decided to read.
Mark this and return
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Answer: A (I think)

Well first, you might want to get rid of the ones that look a little to simple for the answer,  so obviously the last one, D, is out of the book. We should be able to say that for option C as well. The option B mixes the sentences together, so that means that the answer must be A.

HIGH SCHOOL

Match the attitude toward science to the character. (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea) 1. to show nature, including the divine, to man
2. practical, mistrusts it
3. a classifier, no imagination
4. for power and revenge
Ned Land
Aronnax
Captain Nemo
Conseil

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1. to show nature, including the divine, to man - ARONNAX

2. practical, mistrusts it - NED LAND
3. a classifier, no imagination - CONSEIL
4. for power and revenge - CAPTAIN NEMO

Answer:   ARONNAX 1. to show nature, including the divine, to man

NED LAND 2. practical, mistrusts it

CONSEIL 3. a classifier, no imagination

CAPTAIN NEMO 4. for power and revenge

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which statement correctly explains why the European Renaissance began in the Italian city-states? A >Their Location just outside the city of Rome made them major centers of political power. B > Unlike Other Europeans, the Italians never lost touch with ancient ideas and works of art. C > Unlike other Europeans, the Italians never lost touch with ancient ideas and works of art D > Their location along the Mediterranean sea made them major centers of trade.

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Answer:

A. Their location just outside the city of Rome made them urgent centers of political power.

Explanation:

The renaissance effects increased the literature and emphasized on the human and individual being. It also increased the willingness of satirizing the institution that was already in existence, for instance, the state and the church.

The initial poets influence the poetry art through the inspirational drama that was played by the Greeks and the Romans. This, therefore, led innovation that people mostly concentrated on different mysteries of nature that later promoted political power in the major centers.

Answer:

Their location along the Mediterranean Sea made them major centers of trade.

Explanation:

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HIGH SCHOOL

Ponyboy states,"my dreams came true and I'm in the country." Why is this statement ironic? the outsiders

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He got to what he dreamed of
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