ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

Read the following excerpt from Gary Soto’s story "Like Mexicans." We talked for an hour and had apple pie and coffee, slowly. Finally, we got up with Carolyn taking my hand. Slightly embarrassed, I tried to pull away but her grip held me. I let her have her way as she led me down the hallway with her mother right behind me. . . . Carolyn waved again. I looked back, waving . . . . Her people were like Mexicans, only different.

Which of the following statements best describes the irony in this excerpt?
The narrator is embarrassed about his own Mexican identity even though there is no reason to be.
Carolyn is exactly like a good Mexican girl even though her family is Japanese American.
After worrying about marrying a woman from a different culture, the narrator learns that her family is a lot like his own.
Although the narrator has dreamed about marrying a Mexican girl for most of his life, he finds a Japanese American girl instead.

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Answer 1
Answer: I believe that the answer is c

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Which best describes the difference in these two passages? es )
A.One passage focuses upon how honeybees make honey, while the other
passage describes the different predators for honeybees.
B.One passage presents general information about honeybees, while the
other passage describes some dangers for the honeybee population.
C.One passage describes the different anatomical parts of the honeybee,
while the other passage focuses upon the eating habits of the honeybee.
D.One passage describes threats to honeybee habitats, while the other
passage presents different solutions to the decline in honeybee
populations.

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The correct answer should be B :)
HIGH SCHOOL

Why do Julia and Winston feel safe meeting in the room above the antique shop?

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In the novel 1984, Winston and Julia feel safe meeting in the room above the antique shop because Winston had earlier realized that the antique shop itself did not have a telescreen, hence it was unlikely that the ministries (the government) could spy upon them, or that the owners of the shop cooperated with the government.  

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Winston had earlier realized that the antique shop itself did not have a telescreen, hence it was unlikely that the ministries (the government) could spy upon them, or that the owners of the shop cooperated with the government.  

Explanation:
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COLLEGE

What do the three hyphens in the following works cited entry from “Atlantis Rediscovered” indicate? ---. Timaeus. Trans. Donald J. Zeyl. Plato: The Complete Works. Ed. John M. Cooper. Indianapolis; Hackett, 1997. 1224–91. Print.
A. that the author is anonymous
B. that the author is the same as that in the works cited entry above this one
C. that the author is the same as the editor
D. that the author is unknown

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That the author is unknown

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URGENT!!!! 1 Archaeology is the study of the material culture, or remains,(31) of historic and prehistoric peoples and cultures. Material culture consists(32) of artifacts and architecture. It provides archaeologists and historians with information about an area and the people who once lived there. When material culture is found buried in the Earth, archaeologists use precise skill to uncover it. These artifacts are used to learn about people from past societies, of which(33) histories are incomplete or do not exist.(34) These discoveries help people to learn more about the history of the world.

Refer to Number 32 in the passage and choose the best response below.
A.) NO CHANGE
B.) consist
C.) consisting
D.) consisted

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A) NO CHANGE.

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