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Read the following question from Erasmus' The Praise of Folly. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: And as to the court lords, what should I mention them? than most of whom though there be nothing more indebted, more servile, more witless, more contemptible, yet they would seem as they were the most excellent of all others. And yet in this only thing no men more modest, in that they are contented to wear about them gold, jewels, purple, and those other marks of virtue and wisdom; but for the study of the things themselves, they remit it to others, thinking it happiness enough f

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    they remit it to others, thinking it happiness enough for them that they can call the king master, have learned the cringe � la mode, know when and where to use those titles of Your Grace, My Lord, Your Magnificence; in a word that they are past all shame and can flatter pleasantly. ...Nor are princes by themselves in their manner of life, since popes, cardinals, and bishops have so diligently followed their steps that they've almost got the start of them.�Public Domain Which of the following can be concluded from the passage? Erasmus wanted the chance to educate both the royalty and the clergy. Erasmus was impressed by the diligent studies of the royalty, but not the clergy. Erasmus thought that princes deserved their riches, but that clergy should be more modest. Erasmus considered much of the royalty and the clergy to be unintelligent and lazy.

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    C. it was in the text i gave you. just read carefully

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    yeaa but theyr are two question like this jus different answer choices.

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    Which of the following can be concluded from the passage? Erasmus thought that royalty was more corrupt than the clergy. Erasmus though that the clergy was more corrupt than royalty. Erasmus thought that royalty and clergy were both corrupt. Erasmus thought that the royalty was honorable but the clergy was corrupt

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    yes, and when theres two, you read carefully. i bet you only read the first sentence, which was: "Read the following question from Erasmus' The Praise of Folly. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: And as to the court lords, what..." but if you read the actual question, wich is the one in the bottom, you would of seen that they are different

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    therefor the answer is C. yea. dont question me. i know what im doing

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    yeaa so do i. and the are exactly the same. Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) Read the following question from Erasmus' The Praise of Folly. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: And as to the court lords, what should I mention them? than most of whom though there be nothing more indebted, more servile, more witless, more contemptible, yet they would seem as they were the most excellent of all others. And yet in this only thing no men more modest, in that they are contented to wear about them gold, jewels, purple, and those other marks of virtue and wisdom; but for the study of the things themselves, they remit it to others, thinking it happiness enough for them that they can call the king master, have learned the cringe � la mode, know when and where to use those titles of Your Grace, My Lord, Your Magnificence; in a word that they are past all shame and can flatter pleasantly. ...Nor are princes by themselves in their manner of life, since popes, cardinals, and bishops have so diligently followed their steps that they've almost got the start of them.�Public Domain Which of the following can be concluded from the passage? Erasmus wanted the chance to educate both the royalty and the clergy. Erasmus was impressed by the diligent studies of the royalty, but not the clergy. Erasmus thought that princes deserved their riches, but that clergy should be more modest. Erasmus considered much of the royalty and the clergy to be unintelligent and lazy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) Read the following question from Erasmus' The Praise of Folly. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: And as to the court lords, what should I mention them? than most of whom though there be nothing more indebted, more servile, more witless, more contemptible, yet they would seem as they were the most excellent of all others. And yet in this only thing no men more modest, in that they are contented to wear about them gold, jewels, purple, and those other marks of virtue and wisdom; but for the study of the things themselves, they remit it to others, thinking it happiness enough for them that they can call the king master, have learned the cringe � la mode, know when and where to use those titles of Your Grace, My Lord, Your Magnificence; in a word that they are past all shame and can flatter pleasantly. ...Nor are princes by themselves in their manner of life, since popes, cardinals, and bishops have so diligently followed their steps that they've almost got the start of them.�Public Domain Which of the following can be concluded from the passage? Erasmus thought that royalty was more corrupt than the clergy. Erasmus though that the clergy was more corrupt than royalty. Erasmus thought that royalty and clergy were both corrupt. Erasmus thought that the royalty was honorable but the clergy was corrupt

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    idk im jus really confused

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    its ok. cause im here to save the day! ok, so they ARE the same. but im shure youre a smart girl. just read the passige and try to understand what its saying if not, then just guess and finish it. whan the results come in try to remember the one you got wron. write it down so if it pops up again you dont get it wrong again

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    aight, but do u know the answer to them ?

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    try C thats what i put and i got it right. put it for both

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    grrr this is why i always write down the answer choice and the letter. Read the following quotation from Jan Huss. Use the quote to answer the following question: I hope, by God's grace, that I am truly a Christian not deviating from the faith, and that I would rather suffer the penalty of a terrible death than wish to affirm anything outside of the faith or transgress the commandments our Lord Jesus Christ.�Ad Palecz, Mon., I: 325 Public Domain Based on the quotation above, what can be concluded about Jan Huss? He preferred death to following the commandments. He believed the Pope expressed the word of God. He believed the word of God was the ultimate authority on religious matters. He had doubts about his belief in God.

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    this one is a new one.

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    yea, youre right, it is a new one. but the answer is C. im pretty shure

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    okay and for Read the following excerpt from Martin Luther's 95 Theses question u gave me, u left out the last part of it. there are two different question with the same exerpt. so im not sure what answer to put. Read the following excerpt from Martin Luther's 95 Theses. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, "Repent" (Mt 4:17), he willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance. This word cannot be understood as referring to the sacrament of penance, that is, confession and satisfaction, as administered by the clergy. Yet it does not mean solely inner repentance; such inner repentance is worthless unless it produces various outward mortification of the flesh. The penalty of sin remains as long as the hatred of self (that is, true inner repentance), namely till our entrance into the kingdom of heaven. The pope neither desires nor is able to remit any penalties except those imposed by his own authority or that of the canons. The pope cannot remit any guilt, except by declaring and showing that it has been remitted by God; or, to be sure, by remitting guilt in cases reserved to his judgment. If his right to grant remission in these cases were disregarded, the guilt would certainly remain unforgiven. Which of the following best summarizes Martin Luther's ideas in points 1 through 3? Repentance is an outdated idea, and true Christians do not need to repent. Repentance is a sacrament that is administered by both the clergy and common people. Repentance is at the center of Christian life, but the sacraments of the Church do not reflect this focus Repentance and the sacrament of penance, administered by the clergy, are the same act.

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    gods, i think that by the time im done talking to you im gonna be at rank "expert" but try A

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    sorry ?

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    nothing, just try A

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    i got 3 wrong -_- oh well next assignment lol thanks for your help :)

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    I think maybe instead of choosing the same answer for each question, go and look back at the lesson, and then reread the questions for confirmation. Don't ever choose the same choice for every question; that's a sure way for you to fail your quiz.

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