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How did the Jewish religion survive during the exile of the JewsEnter your question

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Answer: The jewish religion survived by moving out

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Read the excerpt from Heart of a Samurai. But the wind beat it against the mast until it was torn into shreds. The wind pushed the sea into great mountains of water; it tore the oars from the men's hands and flung them into the sea; and finally, it snapped the mast, then ripped the rudder away from the boat. What does the author’s use of strong words help the reader imagine? a. storm clouds forming b. an angry, active stormc. a storm that is dying out d. the calm after a storm

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Answer:b. an angry, active stormc.

Explanation:"The wind pushed the sea"

"the wind beat it against the mast until it was torn into shreds"

"it tore the oars from the men's hands and flung them into the sea; "

"then ripped the rudder away from the boat." All of these sentences show us that the storm is violent and ripping out everything around it. So it is an active and angry storm.

The answer is B.

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Which two sentences in this excerpt from John Steinbeck's "Symptoms" address the theme of soldiers being reluctant to talk about their experiences in war? 1)) If they had been reticent men it would have been different, but some of them were talkers and some were even boasters. 2)) They would discuss their experiences right up to the time of battle and then suddenly they wouldn't talk anymore. This was considered heroic in them. 3)) It was thought that they had seen or done was so horrible that they didn't want to bring it back to haunt them or their listeners. But many of these men had no such consideration in any other field. 4)) Only recently have I found what seems to be a reasonable explanation, and the answer is simple. They did not and do not remember--and the worse the battle was, the less they remember.
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For Plato users. The correct answers to your question are:

1. They would discuss their experiences right up to the time of battle and then suddenly they wouldn't talk anymore.

2. It was thought that they had seen or done was so horrible that they didn't want to bring it back to haunt them or their listeners.

Steinbeck's "Symptoms" focuses on war and its aftermath in soldiers' lives in a psychological way. The writer believes that a soldier becomes reserved and does not want to talk about or remember the circumstances of wars because these memories bring them turmoil.

The provided excerpt is sectioned in four parts. Although each part carries the essence of the conjoined sentence, two of the points pay more emphasis on the reluctant behavior of the soldiers. And they are:

1. “If they had been reticent men it would have been different, but some of them were talkers and some were even boasters.”

The first point explicitly expresses that the army-men hesitate while talking about their past incidents in the middle of wars. Word like “reticent” proves that that soldiers are uncomfortable psychologically.

2. “They would discuss their experiences right up to the time of battle and then suddenly they wouldn't talk anymore. This was considered heroic in them.”

This statement again provides detail about how they would stop in between their conversations, whenever any thought or memory crosses their mind in regards to the destruction of wars they have witnessed. Implicit expression is utilized here by the phrase- “suddenly they wouldn't talk anymore.”

Moreover, the author surfaces the psychology that makes the fighters act in such a way.

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According to the author, it is difficult for people to comprehend what went on at Auschwitz because? A. the events happened long ago and have been forgotten.

B. the truth about the events has been covered up.

C. the events are so terrible that readers have never experienced anything similar.

D. the survivors and their families have refused to tell their stories.

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C. the events are so terrible that readers have never experienced anything similar.
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Native American literature: a.was never written down, so we cannot read it.
b.was passed down orally by tradition and was written down later.
c.was written on stone tablets and cave walls using pictures instead of words. d.must be translated from the original languages in order to be read.

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B. and C. The Native American literature was passed down orally and depending on the tribe and the time period they'd use pictures instead of words and drew them on stone tablets and cave walls
Was passed down orally by tradition and was written down later.
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