"I should think you ought to be at home yourself," said he, "if you have a home in this neighbourhood: where do you come from?" "From just below; and I am not at all afraid of being out late when it is moonlight: I will run over to Hay for you with pleasure, if you wish it: indeed, I am going there to post a letter." (Jane Eyre; Chapter 12, p.75) In the excerpt above, Brontë develops the theme of _____. gender equality
spirit versus flesh
longing for home
spiritual self-discipline


Answer 1

The answer is:

gender equality

Jane Eyre is a novel written by Charlotte Brön talks about a little orphan girl that lives with her wealthy relatives, and she usually challenges gender equality and portrays a strong confident girl.

Answer 2
Answer: The correct option is SPIRITUAL SELF DISCIPLINE.
In the passage given above, Jane made it known that she is not afraid of going out in the night when there is moonlight. This indicate an aspect of spiritual self discipline. Some people are very afraid of going out at night and will not dare it for any reason, they have phobia for night. 

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Complete the pattern what is the reasoning 6,500,000 and 65,000 and 6,500 and 6.5 and 0.65


.065, .0065, .00065
and on and on and on


2. According to Mama, how did Dee treat her and Maggie when she came home

from college?


In the story "Everyday Use" written by Alice Walker, the theme of differences among the family  and their views about the ancestral things.

When Dee came home, she treated Mama and Maggie:

With disdain because she got an education while Maggie and Mama didn't.

When Dee reached home, she was not able to associate herself with Mama and Maggie. She clicked the photos of her house with her family members. Her actions made her different from her family. She behaved in a very different manner. Dee started to given suggestions as to how to lead their lives. Mama already knew that Dee never liked their home and kept criticizing them for such environment.  

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Answer: She treated them with disdain.

Explanation: Dee/Wangero thought she was better than her mother and her sister Maggie just because she was in college.


Why do people usually fall into the trap of using filler words?


The Correct Verified Answer is: They don't have a plan or they get nervous and forget their plan.

Maybe it's because we hear it from others everywhere we go. We probably use it to sound cool or to build more words in a conversation.

“Then a strange blight crept over the area and everything began to change. Some evil spell had settled on the community: mysterious maladies swept the flocks of chickens; the cattle and sheep sickened and died. Everywhere was a shadow of death.” Based on this quote from the excerpt from Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, what can you conclude is the meaning of the word blight? A. something that causes destruction B. a curse from an evil spirit C. a blessing upon a community D. an alien invasion


The answer is most definitely A. A blight can be anything from a disease an eyesore, but it almost always is something that corrupts. C and D are obviously wrong, and B took something from the passage that was really just a metaphor. That leaves only A.
A because it causes destructiun hope it helped
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