ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

A group of words without a verb acting as the subject of a sentence is a(n) _____. dependent clause

verb phrase

noun phrase

independent clause

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Answer 1
Answer: A noun phrase I think.
Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

The answer is a noun phrase.

Explanation:


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In the story, the man faces the danger of the cold and the traps in the terrain. Which is this an example of? A.
when Herbert tells his father that the wish for money will be found “tied up in a big bag in the middle of your bed”
B.
when the sergeant major says that the paw possesses terrible powers
C.
when Mr. White remarks, “Hark at the wind”
D.
when Mrs. White tells Mr. White to get the monkey’s paw to make the second wish

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I believe the answer is answer choice C. hope this helps:)
The correct answer is C
HIGH SCHOOL

In this excerpt from Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven," what does the biblical reference to the healing “balm in Gilead” signify? "Prophet!" said I, "thing of evil!—prophet still, if bird or devil!— Whether Tempter sent, or whether tempest tossed thee here ashore, Desolate, yet all undaunted, on this desert land enchanted— On this home by Horror haunted—tell me truly, I implore— Is there—is there balm in Gilead?—tell me—tell me, I implore!" Quoth the Raven, "Nevermore."

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The correct answer is - the speaker’s desire to cure himself from the pain caused by Lenore’s death.

The balm of Gilead is first mentioned in the Bible, as a medicinal herb used to cure ailments. When Poe mentions it in his poem "The Raven," it means that the balm is the cure for the protagonist's pain after his beloved died. He asks the raven whether he will ever be able to let go of his pain, and the raven's answer is, of course, "nevermore." 
B. the speaker’s desire to cure himself from the pain caused by Lenore’s death

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HIGH SCHOOL

A customer returns a defective item she recently purchased. She loves the merchandise, but the store doesn’t .? A customer returns a defective item she recently purchased. She loves the merchandise, but the store doesn’t have any more like it. What would you do?

1.Offer to repair the defect.
2.Help her find another similar item she also likes.
3.Give her a refund and directions to the nearest store that has the item.
4.Ask her to contact the manufacturer.
5.Attempt to special order it for her

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The best option to do is to "Help her find another similar item she also likes".

  • Since the item is defective and was returned by the customer, the first thing to do is to apologize for the defective product and then help the customer find get a similar one which she'll like since the store doesn't have any more like it.

  • Option 1 is incorrect. Offering to repair the defect will take time and the customer won't be happy with that.
  • Option 2 is correct. It is necessary to help her find another similar item she also likes".
  • Option 3 is incorrect. Giving her a refund and telling her to go to the nearest store is bad for one's business as that may drive ones customers away.
  • Option 4 is incorrect. The store should be the one to contact the manufacturer and not the customer.
  • Option 5 is incorrect. Attempting to special order isn't the best option.

Therefore, the best option is option 2 "Help her find another similar item she also likes".

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Answer:

When a customer returns a defective item she recently purchased. She loves the merchandise, but the store doesn’t have any more like it. I would:

2.Help her find another similar item she also likes.

Explanation:

The immediate reaction I would have would be to apologize and to help her find something that she also likes. Because the thing is that even though there might be another store with that item of the same chain, it might not belong to the same owner and that would mean a loss for the boss. Therefore, I would try to help her or him find something that she or he might like at the same price.

HIGH SCHOOL

How are the words clause and brought alike and different? Compare

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Clause is like having a cause but brought means you buy something from someone
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