ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Parents who invest a lot in their child financially can expect to earn back their investment later in life, when their children are able to comfortably support them in old age.

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Answer 1
Answer: False. 

Depends on what the kid they finance, the kid can do what they want with the money they get. If they do not use it properly, the Parents will not be able to support themselves, let alone their parents

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Answer 2
Answer:

Yes

I go too a private school

here the education is amazing, therefore we can be expected to earn more money in future life, this then means that we can pay then back to such an extent,

on the other hand this could;d then back fire and we could turn into a person who does not work, but the chances are very low as here we are pushed to work very hard


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What is one piece of evidence provided by Michael Glennon that our civilian, elected government does bot control national security policy

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Michael Glennon points that there are many agencies and departments - military, intelligence, law enforcement, diplomats and others - that constitute the national security. This means that the U.S government that is elected - president and congressman - are not the ones that take care of national security directly: “America’s efficient institution makes most of the key decisions concerning national security, removed from public view and from the constitutional restrictions that check America’s dignified institutions”

Glennon bases this argument by the National Security Act of 1947 that created the foundation of the modern system. This act also gave agencies and departments self-regulating and self-reinforcing policies and gave more autonomy to them.

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Daisy Miller was written by William Dean Howells.

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False

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This is false. Daisy Miller was written by Henry James. Henry James was a friend of William Dean Howells and they are both credited with creating the American Realism movement with their novels such as the Portrait of a Lady and The Rise of Silas Lapham. They were even friends in real life.
This is false because it was written by Henry James
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Should McCandless be admired for his adventurous spirit or criticized for his foolishness and unpreparedness?

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He should be admired for his adventurous spirit

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He should be admired for his adventurous spirit

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Sensory language includes... Question 4 options:

sight


sound


smell


all of the above

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sight. sound, smell
Sensory language includes all of the above.
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