ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Select the correct description for the words that appear in bold.​ Although English may seem to be largely a borrowed​ language, its most frequently repeated wordslong dashthe ​pronouns, articles,​ conjunctions, and prepositionslong dashare largely Old English in derivation.
A.
dependent clause
B.
elliptical clause
C.
noun clause
D.
independent clause

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Answer 1
Answer:

the answer is

D. Independent clause


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HIGH SCHOOL

Tommy has a pet monkey. Every day, his monkey eats 4 apples in the morning. The monkey also eats two bananas for every banana that Tommy eats. Write an equation to describe this situation where x is the number of bananas Tommy eats and y is the total number of pieces of fruit the monkey eats.

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So,

x represents the number of bananas Tommy eats and y is the total number of pieces of fruit the monkey eats.

Translate the the second and third sentences in the question into mathematical form.
y = 4 (apples) + 2x (the number of bananas Tommy eats)
y = 2x + 4
This is actually slope intercept form, and it can be graphed.

Two points:
(0,4)
(1,6)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is mainly described in this passage from act 2, scene 1 of a christmas carol: scrooge and marley the ghost's size
the ghost's room
the ghost's attitude
the ghost's orchard

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The ghost's attitude

Answer: the ghost attitude.

Explanation: because scrooge is extremely rude at the beginning, you'll find that his attitude towards others depend on there's towards him.

HIGH SCHOOL

Tristan bernard was a(n) _______ writer. a ) canadian writer b ) british writer c ) french writer d ) russian writer

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Tristan bernard was :
c ) french writer
HIGH SCHOOL

ELA: 1.09 Quiz: Captivity_Due 9.12.18 ( ANSWER KEY ) Which is true about the speaker in the poem "Sympathy" and the poet?


They are the same person.


They are not the same person.


The poet is the bird.


The speaker is the bird.
Why does the speaker in the poem "Sympathy" have sympathy for the caged bird?


The speaker is the one keeping the bird caged.


The speaker is also a caged bird.


The speaker understands what it's like to have no freedom.


The speaker can understand birdsong.
Which line from the poem contains a simile?


When the sun is bright on the upland slopes;


And the river flows like a stream of glass;


And a pain still throbs in the old, old scars


It is not a carol of joy or glee,
What is the rhyme scheme in the first stanza of "Sympathy"?

I know what the caged bird feels, alas!
When the sun is bright on the upland slopes;
When the wind stirs soft through the springing grass,
And the river flows like a stream of glass;
When the first bird sings and the first bud opes.
And the faint perfume from its chalice steals—
I know what the caged bird feels!


ABABABA


ABCBCBA


Free Verse


ABAABCC
The bird in the cage in "Sympathy" is a symbol for
Correct Answer


slavery
Incorrect Response


zoos


school


prison

1. They are not the same person
2. The speaker understands what it's like to not have freedom.
3. The river flows like a stream of glass
4.ABAABCC
5. Slavery

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Which is true about the speaker in the poem "Sympathy" and the poet?

correct answer They are not the same person.

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