ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mr Chicola started the site with co-founder and former oDesk colleague Josh Breinlinger EO Jason Chicola says that the idea for Rev.com was inspired by his time at oDesk.

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Rev.com  focuses on screening workers in advance and proofreading their projects upon completion

Explanation:

Rev.com is a market of professionals that was founded by employees in the previous oDesk. This market exists since 2012. Its name should represent the purpose and objectives of the company. The founder says that Rev.com was inspired by his work in o Desk, the market of freelancers.


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

ead the excerpt from "Daughter of Invention". "Thanks, thanks a lot, Mom!" Yoyo stormed out of that room and into her own. Her daughters never called her Mom except when they wanted her to feel how much she had failed them in this country. She was a good enough Mami, fussing and scolding and giving advice, but a terrible girlfriend parent, a real failure of a Mom. Based on this excerpt, what can be concluded about the daughters?

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(A) They wish their mom was more like the american ones.

Explanation:

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Based on this excerpt, it can be concluded that the daughters are frustrated with their mother and feel like she has failed them in some way.

What does  excerpt suggests?

The excerpt suggests that the daughters are not happy with their mother and her role as a parent. They do not call her "Mom" unless they want to remind her of how she has failed them in the new country they are living in.

The word "stormed" suggests that Yoyo, one of the daughters, is angry and upset with her mother. This implies that there is tension and conflict between the mother and daughters, and that the daughters feel their mother has not lived up to their expectations as a parent.

It is possible that the daughters are struggling to adjust to life in a new country, and they may feel that their mother has not provided enough support or guidance.

The phrase "terrible girlfrien parent" also suggests that the mother may be more focused on her own romantic relationships than on being a good parent to her daughters.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Select all the correct answers. Which themes are portrayed in this excerpt from Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich?Praskovya Fedorovna came of a good family, was not bad looking, and had some little property. Ivan Ilyich might have aspired to a more brilliant match, but even this was good. He had his salary, and she, he hoped, would have an equal income. She was well connected, and was a sweet, pretty, and thoroughly correct young woman. To say that Ivan Ilyich married because he fell in love with Praskovya Fedorovna and found that she sympathized with his views of life would be as incorrect as to say that he married because his social circle approved of the match. He was swayed by both these considerations: the marriage gave him personal satisfaction, and at the same time it was considered the right thing by the most highly placed of his associates.

So Ivan Ilyich got married.A. conforming to social conventions
B. criticism of a middle class lifestyle
C. the destructive impact of loneliness
D. struggling to face reality
E. the necessity of companionship

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A. conforming to social conventions

B. criticism of a middle class lifestyle

E. the necessity of companionship

Explanation:

The first alternative is supported by the first part of the passage in which Tolstoy describes all the reasons why Fedorovna seems to be a good match for Ilyich in the eyes of the society and Ivan Ilyitch himself.

The second alternative is an overall conclusion that can be derived from the fact that the passage describes marriage more like a business deal than a derivation of love.

The third alternative is revealed to us by the fact that Ivan Ilyitch knew himself that Fedorovna is not her best match, but decided to still marry her, because he needed to have a partner.

The answer is

A

B

E

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COLLEGE

It is MOST LIKELY that a cartoon image would be most appealing to which kind of consumer? A) people buying life insurance for their parents B) parents buying breakfast cereal for their children C) a person buying medical equipment for his/her spouse D) parents buying a vehicle for their teenage son/daughter

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It is most likely that a cartoon image would be appealing to parents buying breakfast cereal for their children. The answer is B.

Each packaging should show something related to the product. In any of the other cases a cartoon would make sense. However, if it appears in a box of cereal, parents would be very happy because no kid would ever refuse to eat something represented by a happy tiger or a flying elephant. Therefore, the aim of feeding their child in a fluent and natural way would be fulfilled.

The answer is B. The reason why is the kids would be more happy seeing a cartoon then a teenager or adult

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COLLEGE

One tool for determining the purpose for your essay is to _____. underline all points of contrast in the essay

color-code the comparisons in each of your paragraphs

circle elements that are neither compared nor contrasted

bracket sentences that address your point

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Hey there!

The purpose of an essay will be the main idea or point a writer is trying to make by writing the essay. Any tool that points out the main point or idea that they are trying to address will be a tool you can use to identify the purpose. 

The only answer that applies based on that is your fourth option, "bracket sentences that address your point". The other three options might be good for identifying how different elements of the point were compared and contrasted in the essay, but the fourth option is the only one that has to do with the purpose directly. 

Your answer will be your fourth option. 

Hope this helped you out! :-)

Answer:

bracket sentences that address your point

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