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10. The Great Dane, a large dog, leapt over the fence. (1 point) prepositional phrase gerund participial phrase appositive phrase 11. It comes with padded shoes that soften the landing. (1 point) noun clause adverbial clause misplaced modifier adjectival clause
wat unit is this?
Unit 5 Lesson 9:)
& is this english A
holy crap im still in unit 4 lesson 1 but ill get u the answers later my friend already did it :)
do u want me to help u in any other subjects?
I'll message you when I need to! And lol, girl you're behind;) I have like 16 overdue lessons though :O haha
Did you take the Social Studies Unit 4 Lesson 9 test?
Lesson 8** And yes
yea i did
& its not a test
its just a quick check
wat state r u in
1. A person favoring one side of a political issue is (1 point) a faction. partisan. a party favor. implying power. 2. The Democratic-Republicans believed in strong state governments and (1 point) rule by the wealthy class. a national bank. a strong federal government. rule by the people. 3. What law made it illegal to criticize the government? (1 point) Alien Act Sedition Act Naturalization Act Tyranny Act 4. What are the first 10 amendments that were added to the Constitution? (1 point) Report on Public Credit Bill of Rights Judiciary Act of 1789 American Government Plan 5. George Washington warned that political parties would (1 point) divide the nation. create lively debate. help the nation. destroy states' rights. 6. The election of 1800 was decided by (1 point) the Senate. the House of Representatives. popular votes. the Electoral College. 7. Jefferson thought government should do all of these except (1 point) spy on its citizens. conduct a census. deliver the mail. collect customs duties. 8. The Supreme Court's ability to examine and rule on the acts of other branches of the government is called (1 point) supremacy. law review. judicial review. Supreme ruling. 9. The Louisiana Territory was purchased from (1 point) Britain. France. Spain. Louisiana. 10. Who forced Napoleon Bonaparte to abandon plans for an American empire? (1 point) Toussaint-Louverture Zebulon Pike Aaron Burr Meriwether Lewis Short Answer Note: Your teacher will review your responses to ensure you receive proper credit for your answers. 11. What river did Lewis and Clark travel on when they set off on their expedition from St. Louis in 1804? (2 points) Essay 12. Why was the Louisiana Purchase an important event in American history? (4 points) 13. How do today's elections differ from the election of 1800? (4 points)
It says its "Lesson 8: The New Republic 1789–1825 Unit Review and Test Social Studies 8 A Unit 4: The New Republic Part I"
ohhh im in 9th?
i think we only got some classes together not all :(
Ohh, Im in 8th, but I take a lot o f 9th.. :( Do you take Algebra 1?
7. "because chickens peck at each other " - adverb clause " someone invented chicken glasses " - independent clause 8. 9. " to find many rivers on maps " - prepositional phrase 10. " a large dog " - appositive phrase 11. ? 1. partisan (B) 2. rule by the people (D) 3. sedition act (B) 4. Bill of Rights (B) 5. divide the nation (A) 6. House of Representatives (B) 7. spy on its citizens (A) 8. Judicial Review (C) 9. France (B) 10. Toussaint- Louverture (A) 11. Missouri River 12. http://www.ushistory.org/us/20c.asp 13. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111216121821AAS3dqa
Can you help me with Unit 5 Lesson 11 pleaseeee? In English.
you are quite welcome. As for lesson 5, give me some questions :)