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How does Andrew,Jackson the dog, win fights?

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Answer 1
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Andrew Jackson won all his dog fights except for one. His technique was to grab onto the other dog's hind leg and then just hold on until the other dog gave up. He had persistence. But when he ended up fighting a dog that had no hind legs due to an accident, and he didn't know what to do, so he gave up.n:


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

30 points and will give brainlist Assignment Argument Plan
Your own outline may have more or fewer topics, subtopics, specific details, or additional information in each section. Use this sample as a guideline for formatting and organizing, but feel free to adapt each section to suit your own topic, thesis, and information.
Make sure to include
• A hook and thesis statement or claim.
• A clear pattern of organization.
• A complete outline with all the major points of the argument, including concessions or refutations to counterclaims.







Pattern of organization:

Introduction:


Hook:

Thesis statement:


First main topic:

Second main topic:

Counterclaims:

Conclusion:

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Answer:

See Below

Explanation:

Hook

As far as most of the immigrants in the United States speak Spanish due to the neighborhood with Latin America.

Background information/ Intro

The research shows that immigrants from Latin America feel uncomfortable with studying in English schools as they require more time to learn this language. Thus, it is important to work on the question of the second national language.

Thesis statement

Spanish should be made the second official language in the United States.

Claim #1

Making Spanish the second official language in the US would positively impact the economic relationships between Mexico and the United States.

Counterclaim #1

You need to understand that different people have different points of view regarding the same topic, so be patient. Check the arguments of the US citizens who do not support the idea of the second national language. They may be helpful while working on the third section of your argumentative essay.You may pose a question why they don't like the idea of any other language except for English. Make it clear that they fear are connected with the unwillingness to study one more language or cooperate with Mexican population. Remember that your personal ideas should be supported by the facts you find during your research. For every argument against, you should present enough evidence to prove you're right

Evidence

12% increase in trade between the US and Mexico was a notice in 2014 when Arizona's local government send people who spoke Spanish to take part in the deal.

Conclusion

Without meeting the needs of the Latin American population, the local government risks facing another Col War like it was with USSR.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

When evaluating word choice it is important to

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When evaluating word choice it is important to avoid vague words.

Explanation:

  • Authors make use of word choice in order to control the work effectiveness. Different kind of words can be used for influencing the information, emotion and detail present in a passage.
  • Usage of the vague words in the passage makes it informal and it is also used just to pass time in conversation or to fill a passage. Thus, vague words are avoided while evaluating word choice.
HIGH SCHOOL

Read the excerpt from "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” Is it not astonishing that, while we are ploughing, planting, and reaping, using all kinds of mechanical tools, erecting houses, constructing bridges, building ships, working in metals of brass, iron, copper, silver and gold; that, while we are reading, writing and ciphering, acting as clerks, merchants and secretaries, having among us lawyers, doctors, ministers, poets, authors, editors, orators and teachers; that, while we are engaged in all manner of enterprises common to other men, digging gold in California, capturing the whale in the Pacific, feeding sheep and cattle on the hill-side, living, moving, acting, thinking, planning, living in families as husbands, wives and children, and, above all, confessing and worshipping the Christian’s God, and looking hopefully for life and immortality beyond the grave, we are called upon to prove that we are men!

Based on the excerpt above, what was most likely true about this time in the nation’s history?
-Whaling was the most profitable industry for African Americans.
-Ships were the primary means of transporting goods for African Americans.
-African Americans were performing the same duties as others without the same rights.
-More industries were created by African Americans during this period than any other time in our nation’s history.

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African Americans were performing the same duties as others without the same rights.

The right answer is "African Americans were performing the same duties as others without the same rights."

The text shows that African-Americans had the same jobs and the same jobs as white people. They had a common life like anyone else in society, they thought, talked, planned, acted, formed families, and did many things in the same way as white people, but in spite of all that, they did not have the same civil rights and privileges as them. African Americans had to prove at all times that they were honest and equal men and women.

HIGH SCHOOL

Then the animals assailed the donkey for spoiling what could possibly have been a pleasure to them, on a mere suspicion that the picture was not beautiful, without any evidence that such was the case. The donkey was not troubled; he was calm, and said there was one way to find out who was in the right, himself or the cat: he would go and look in that hole, and come back and tell what he found there. The animals felt relieved and grateful, and asked him to go at once—which he did. What is the effect of Twain's use of "telling language" and indirect dialogue, rather than "showing language" and direct dialogue, in this part of the fable?

A.This technique allows Twain to create an image in readers' minds so that readers can fill out the scene with their own imaginations.

B.This technique allows Twain to compress the conversation into fewer words and move on to a more interesting part of the story.

C.This technique allows Twain to make his own comments on the scene, through the words of the narrator.

D.This technique allows Twain to add humor to the scene by concentrating on the animals' actions rather than their words.

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The correct answer is B.

Using indirect dialogue allows Twain to compress and shorten the conversation. By using fewer words (instead of including the exact dialogue), Twain can keep the scene short and move on to a more interesting part of the story.

If the dialogue were written out exactly as it was spoken, it would take a lot longer to read, since many animals are speaking to the donkey in this scene.

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This technique allows Twain to compress the conversation into fewer words and move on to a more interesting part of the story.

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