Bent birches prompt the speaker of the poem by that name to imagine ______. (1 point)

QUESTION POSTED AT 29/01/2020 - 03:55 PM

Answered by admin AT 29/01/2020 - 03:55 PM

Bent birches prompt the speaker of the poem by that name to imagine a boy has been swinging on them. I am hoping that this answer has satisfied your query about and it will be able to help you, and feel free to ask another question if you’d like.

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5. If you are creating an in-text citation and there is no page number you must Question 5 options: A. Leave it off B. Always use pg # 1 C. Make up any pg # you like D. Use zero 0

A. Leave it off
All that is needed for an in text citation is the title of the work/author

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:22 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:22 PM

Discuss a reference to utopia and dystopia. ( 1 paragraph in active voice). Please answer me.

A utopia can be any place that people find perfect as to a dystopia is a place people find horrible to the point where they can stand it there. With the information that we know now, it is most likely that certain people consider something a utopia but others might consider it a dystopia.  You can say a reference to a utopia would be The Farm, Lewis County, Tennessee. This place is beautiful, and what most farmers would consider a Utopia, but on the other hand, people who don't farm can't stand it. That is a real life Utopia.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:44 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:44 PM

This passage contains mistakes. Read the passage and answer the questions that follow. Backpacking, Anyone? (1) Grab your backpack, fill it with supplies, and leave on a three-day journey. (2) How far do you think you would make it before you grabbed your cell phone to call for help? (3) A backpacker must plan carefully. (4) That is why the most important rule about backpacking is “plan ahead.” (5) The second most important rule is “be prepared for anything.” (6) You will become a backpacker, there is no doubt, after you learn more about backpacking! (7) Read on to find out about the best outdoor activity in the world—an activity that will change your life! (8) A hike in the woods may last for a few miles or perhaps for several hours. (9) But some backpackers spend the night on the trail. (10) Sometimes, a backpacking trip can last several days or even months! (11) Backpackers journey far into the wilderness, and they are always happy to do so! (12) Backpackers have to carry everything they need for the trip on their backs. (13) Food and water are two necessities on any backpacking trip. (14) Water is heavy. (15) A soft container called a bladder is popular for carrying water. (16) Backpackers can also find water at natural sources. (17) This water must then be treated by boiling, filtering, or adding purifying agents. (18) Many backpackers bring high-protein bars and meals made to fuel large amounts of physical activity. (19) This food is lightweight and pretty easy to pack and carry. (20) Since backpacking has become more commercial, the food for backpackers has become tastier, cleverly packaged, and portable. (21) These pre-packaged meals make backpacking so much more enjoyable. (22) Your mind is at ease, when you know good nutritious food is in your pack. (23) It can feel like a struggle to pack, plan, and carry all the supplies necessary for a backpacking trip. (24) With patience, thoughtfulness, and practice, even novice backpackers will be able to relax alongside more experienced backpackers. (25) Backpackers enjoy watching the clouds roll by, feeling the wind on their faces, and breathing in the fresh mountain air. (26) Take up the challenge of backpacking. (27) You will be delighted that you did! 6 What is the BEST way to rewrite sentence 6? A. You will become a backpacker after you learn more about backpacking, there is no doubt! B. After you learn more about backpacking there is no doubt, you will become a backpacker! C. After you learn more about backpacking, there is no doubt you will become a backpacker! D. There is no doubt you will learn more about backpacking, you will want to become a backpacker!

C makes the most sense to me

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:52 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:52 PM

At first, I worried that because I didn’t have a relationship with my own father, I might not make a good one myself. I tried to practice being a father. I bought a sling to carry the baby in, and I wore it around the house, empty . . . . I kept it on when I sat in my office, answering mail and returning phone calls. I strolled in the backyard with it on, imagining that a small figure was nestled there. Source: Armstrong, Lance and Sally Jenkins. It’s Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life. New York: Putnam, 2000. 266. Print. What does the excerpt reveal about Armstrong’s view of gender roles?

He expects to be a caregiver for his child too

In the passage, Armstrong is practicing being a father. He is wearing a baby sling around the house to practice for when the baby comes. He's imagining being the father he wants to be, especially since he didn't have a good relationship with his own father.

Since his view of the father's role is positive and active, none of the other options are correct.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:41 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:41 PM

Cloning, if allowed for human reproduction, could affect society's perception of what it means to be a human being. Uncertainties over a cloned individual's personal uniqueness or freedom to create one's own identity may haunt him or her. Relatives or friends could have specific expectations regarding the cloned individual's talents and abilities. Others might ill treat or discriminate against a cloned individual. Some worry that cloning would lead to diminished respect for human life in general, and for cloned individuals in particular, since the cloned person might simply be replaced with another clone. Others point out, however, that this altered perception does not occur today with identical twins, who are naturally produced clones. Cloning human embryos also raises difficult questions about the rights of parents to control their own embryos and other issues concerning reproductive rights and privacy. Some observers believe that it would be ethical to clone human embryos to help infertile couples conceive. Lastly, the possibility of human cloning is offensive to the religious and other deeply held beliefs of many people. Source: "CRS Report for Congres." Foreign Press Centers. US Department of State, 25 Feb. 2002. Web. 6 Dec. 2010. Which sentence, taken from the excerpt above, supports the evaluation that this article is objective? Cloning, if allowed for human reproduction, could affect society's perception of what it means to be a human being. Relatives or friends could have specific expectations regarding the cloned individual's talents and abilities. Others point out, however, that this altered perception does not occur today with identical twins, who are naturally produced clones. Lastly, the possibility of human cloning is offensive to the religious and other deeply held beliefs of many people.

The answer would be c....hope that it helps...  :D!

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:32 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:32 PM

Which lines in this poem indicate that the poetic speaker refuses to be beguiled by love any longer?

Is there an example?

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:32 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:32 PM

Imagine yourself living in colonial America and reading Paine’s opening line: “These are the times that try men’s souls.” Write how you would have reacted.

They would have felt inspired.

They would have decided to fight.

They would have wanted to compromise with the British.

They would have wanted to read more of Paine’s writings.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 04:55 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 04:55 PM

The diary of Samuel Pepys is written from the point of view of

The correct answer is “a wealthy businessman and a member of the Parliament.”

The Diary of Samuel Pepys is written from the point of view of a wealthy businessman and a member of the Parliament.

Samuel Pepys (1633-1703) was an English businessman, administrator of the navy, and member of the British Parliament who wrote his memories of every incident that happened in London. He wrote a detailed diary from 1660 to 1669 and included important incidents such as the Great Fire of London and the Great Plague of London. His diary was not published until the 19th century, and now represents a reliable source of information.

The other options of the question were, a) a child in the streets of plague-ravaged London, c) a plagued doctor seeking to a way to cure the disease, and d) a royal informant collecting information for the King.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 01:28 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 01:28 PM

Which of the following questions demonstrates correct capitalization? Question 7 options: The birds headed South on their Winter migration. We went to the Atlanta Zoo for Mom's 40th birthday. On monday, we will all submit our final project. Martin luther king, jr holiday is a great vacation day to remember a legend. Save Question 8 (1 point) Question 8 How should the following sentence be corrected to show proper capitalization? the inauguration of the new president, donald trump, occurred on january 20, 2017. The Inauguration of the new President, Donald Trump, occurred on January 20, 2017. the inauguration of the new President, donald trump, occurred on January 20, 2017. the inauguration of the new President, Donald Trump, occurred on january 20, 2017. The inauguration of the new president, Donald Trump, occurred on January 20, 2017. Which of these citations is correct? Question 9 options: Smith, Bobby. "How to Change the Oil in Your Car." Fundamental Mechanics. May 2001: 117-118. Print Walsh, Sarah. "Making Muffins and Other Desserts. Baking Weekly. 26. Print Robins, Donald. Southern Cooking by Martha Ray. May 2017. Print. Werther, Jane. "Designing Your Home." August 1998: 187-264. Which BEST describes an important formatting style on a Works Cited page? Question 10 options: hanging indention after the first line of each entry. single space within and between entries double space within an entry and single space between entries hanging indention on every line of a Works Cited page On the Works Cited list for a paper, what information should immediately follow the author's name? Question 11 options: the publisher of the article or book the paragraph where the source's information was used the title of the article or book the city where the article or book was published Save

1.) We went to the Atlanta Zoo for Mom's 40th birthday.
2.) The inauguration of the new president, Donald Trump, took place on January 20, 2017
3.) Smith, Bobby. "How to Change the Oil in Your Car." Fundamental Mechanics. May 2001: 117-118. Print.
4.) Single Space within and between entries.
5.) The title of the article or book.

Hope this helps!! :)

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 12:50 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 12:50 PM

Which is the most accurate description of going to the theater in Shakespeare's day? Theater was a feast for the imagination and for the senses; there were smells, sights, and sounds everywhere. People could expect a pleasant afternoon at the theater but nothing very entertaining. Going to the theater was possible only if you had a lot of money or knew someone related to the actors. Theater was dangerous and dirty, and only the lower classes attended.

A visit to the theatre in Shakespeare's time was indeed a highly sensory experience, so the right answer is the A: Theater was a feast for the imagination and for the senses; there were smells, sights, and sounds everywhere. Theatre was pleasant and very entertaining, everybody could afford it (although those who paid the cheapest tickets had to watch the performance standing on their feet!), and rather than dangerous or dirty it was a very widespread and popular and leisure activity. At the back of the stage there were musicians that played songs and made sound effects. The audience also made a lot of noise - they sang, they interrupted the play with comments and questions, they clapped, and they cheered, among other things. Smells came from the food that street sellers sold to the audience, but also from sweaty spectators and from the open buckets that people used as toilets. Lastly, there were many sights: the waves of people arriving at the theatre (thousands of people went to the theatre every week during spring and summer), the decorated stage, the actors (all men, performing male and female roles), the merchants, servants, and other people that made up the audience, and so on.    

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:47 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:47 AM

[Using all 25 points, will rate and thank] What is the literary device present in the phrase below? "Take a bite out of hunger"

Personification, hunger is not alive, and you cannot take a literal bite out of it, so you are personifying the idea of hunger. 

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:43 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:43 AM

If anyone here has read animal Farm please help with this character list and meaning behind the characters (page 1)

What do you need help with?

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:58 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:58 AM

1.) In Frankenstein, Victor changes from an optimistic, eager young man to one who is anxious and... A.) Honest B.) Remorseful C.) Confident 2.) Frankenstein is told using... A.) First person point of view B.) Flashbacks C.) Both A and B 3.) An epistolary novel always uses ____ to tell the story. A.) Gun fights B.) Suspense C.) Letters 4.) An example of "natural philosophy," or the physical sciences, is A.) Anatomy B.) Psychology C.) Mathematics 6.) Why doesn't Victor share with Robert what he discovered? A.) Victor is afraid that Robert will steal his creation B.) Victor is afraid that it would lead to Robert's destruction and misery. C.) Victor is afraid that Robert will not believe him 7.) In Frankenstein, When Victor sees the creature, he expresses all of the following EXCEPT A.) Pride B.) Horror C.) Disgust 8.) In Frankenstein, after two years, Victor again sees the creature when he A.) Looks out his window during the storm B.) Is walking during a storm and lighting flashes C.) Enters a classroom in the university during a storm 9.) Who is the speaker of the following quote: "I wish that I were to die with you; I cannot live in this world of misery"? A.) The creature B.) Victor C.) Elizabeth

1. The correct answer is B. Remorseful. At the beginning, Victor was enthusiastic and full of hope that his scientific achievement would make the world better. However, soon he realizes that he has brought a misery not only upon himself, but the world at large. It brings him a feeling of devastation and great remorse, which will haunt him until the end of his days.

2. The correct answer is C. Both A and B. The general point of view is first person; the story about Frankenstein is told by Captain Robert, and the story within the story is told by Frankenstein himself. However, Frankenstein’s story is actually a great flashback on his personal history and all that happened to him.

3. The correct answer is C. Letters. The very name “epistolary” derives from the word epistle, which means a personal document written to another person. The whole novel about Frankenstein is actually part of a written correspondence between Captain Robert Walton and his sister Margaret. Even Frankenstein’s own story is incorporated into one of those letters. Ever since the Enlightenment (mid-18th century), epistolary novels were very popular and widely read.

4. The correct answer is A. Anatomy. The term “natural philosophy” referred, among others, to anatomy, long before the development of modern natural sciences. It was, in a way, a middle ground of what we today call humanistic and natural science. It tried to explain complex issues of human body and existence, trying to find answers to most pertinent of all questions: the phenomena of life and death.

6. The correct answer is B. Victor is afraid that it would lead to Robert’s destruction and misery. He tells him all about the creature and their full history. But he never reveals him how he managed to create him in the first place. Victor is fully determined that his secret should die with him, so as not to bring further misery. From his present perspective, it is an unholy and wretched thing, and he condemns his own scientific curiosity that had brought him to that discovery.

7. The correct answer is A. Pride. Victor is horrified and disgusted by the creature, who is a weird and uncanny mix between a human and a thorough inversion of a human – he is taller and far stronger than “normal” humans, but his face and features are disfigured and grotesque. Victor instantly realizes that this was not what he had hoped for. Far from being proud because of his achievement, he grows literally sick and takes months to recover.

8. The correct answer is B. Is walking during a storm and lightning flashes. Victor is roaming the woods where his brother William was recently strangled to death. All of a sudden, a lightning flashes and illuminates a giant, deformed figure. Victor instantly realizes that it must be his creature, and shudders at the thought that it must have been responsible for his brother’s death.

9. The correct answer is C. Elizabeth. At the moment, Victor and Elizabeth are visiting Justine in her prison cell. She is to be executed the following day because she admitted to killing William, which she actually didn’t do. Victor knows the truth and who the real culprit is, but won’t tell anyone for the fear of being considered mad. He and Elizabeth thoroughly sympathize with Justine, and even Elizabeth believes that she is completely innocent, even though there is no proof for that. Elizabeth feels so bad that she declares she would rather share Justine’s fate than live in the cruel world without justice.

ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 05:48 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 05:48 PM

These questions are from the book: Percy Jackson The Lightning Thief Chapter 4. 1. what does Percy say that insults Grover? 2. According to Grover, who is after Percy? 3. What happens to make the car crash? 4. What does Percy's mom tell him to do when they get out of the car and why does Percy disobey? 5. What does Percy find strange about the bull-man's appearance? 6. What happens to Percy's mother? 7. Why does Grover keep attracting the monster's attention? 8. After the monster disintegrates, what gets Percy moving when all he wants to do is collapse? 9. What's the last thing Percy remembers? PLEASE HELP ME! I AM GIVING ALL OF MY POINTS FOR ALL OF THE ANSWERS!!

1. Percy thinks Grover is half donkey
2. The monsters (Minotaur) from Hades
3. Percy gets Grover and his mom out of the car and fights the Minotaur. Percy kills the monster with the minotaur's horn, but his mom gets killed. Then Percy drags Grover to Camp Half Blood
4 She tells him to go to the camp past the hill, but he says he won't leave without her and Grover.
5. That he was wearing boxers.
6. The monster crushes her into a yellow dust with his hand.
7. Because he is Percy's protector and because the monster is after Percy, Grover does everything to keep the monster away from Percy.
8. He sees that Grover is unconscious and takes him over the hill to the house he sees to save his best friend.
9. He remembers the Minotaur and his mom dying.


ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:57 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:57 PM

Give a paragraph summary about wicked the broadway FOR ALL MY POINTS in your own words

Its about how you shouldn't always believe in what you see and hear about a person

ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:57 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:57 PM

Which sentence uses an article that points out a particular noun? a.bill and i wanted to watch a movie b.my brother made the popcorn.?

a.bill and i wanted to watch a movie

ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 12:44 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 12:44 AM

The point of view a narrative essay is usually written from helps to

It can identify(if you know who is narrating) to tell you if you are in third person or first person or it can identify who is the narrator if you know what person you are writing in. The second person should never be used in a narrative essay. That would be informal and incorrect.  You can also identify when it is taking place in some cases............. I don't know if this helped but I tried

ANSWERED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:58 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:58 PM

The aquarium shown below is filled to a height of 2/3m. How much more water could be added to the aquarium before it overflows? Height=1 width=1/3 length= 1 1/3 ^the aquarium

Trick question, the answer is 1/3. They gave you the width and length just to confuse you. Notice how it is filled to the height of 2/3, and the height is 1. So do 1 - 2/3 = 1/3. Hope this helps :)

ANSWERED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:41 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:41 PM

Which best identifies an effect of the use of first person point of view in the story gumption? A. it helps the reader to invest in the main character, Sylvester. B it allows the reader to understand all of the character's thoughts. C. It creates a feeling of objective for the reader. D it reveals the story's theme

The correct answer is A.

First person point of view is a set of linguistic forms (such as verb forms, pronouns, and inflectional affixes) referring to the speaker or writer of the utterance in which they occur. This point of view is generally limited in that the audience only experiences what the speaker/narrator himself experiences. In this kind of narrative, you are inside a character’s head, watching the story unfold through that character’s eyes.

ANSWERED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:37 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 18/02/2020 - 11:37 PM