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1 is A.
Oh, hmm. Hold on, i'll get the others.
Just put them in one by one so I can see them better.
I just put them in.
Are some of them supposed to be bold or in italics? If they are, can you put parenthesis or quotation marks around the parts that are bold or in italics, so I know what the question is asking?
Are you just going to put it in the original question, or are you going to put each question down here one by one?
I can do that for my other missed questions. I edited what is above. I have more fi u want to answer those as-well.
2 is A.
3 is C.
4 is C.
I think 5 is A.
I can do more if you want.
Alright! One moment.
And do them ONE AT A TIME it's easier for me that way.
Identify the opening sentence that is the clearest example of an angry tone. I was not about to let the villainous attendant who bilked us out of our money get away with it. The young child would have been upset if her sister had not given her the candy. The puppy barked violently but then suddenly ran off with its tail between its legs. After taking a sip of the drink, he impetuously spit it out.
I would say A.
Ready for the next one?
Sorry that i am slow, i am doing other things at the same time.
Identify the statement that is a verifiable fact. My sister is a terrible singer. Video games are too violent. A secretary can also refer to a writing desk. Children ought to include less peanut butter in their diet.
Sorry I took so long, the answer is C.
Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence. Rehearsing for the performance, Alison lost track of the time. Learning her lines had been challenging. Realizing that it was getting late, she called home from the lobby. Performing in front of an audience, does not make her nervous. --- No problem. :)
The answer is D.
Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence.' After all, these years our dog finally learned to fetch. After all, we took him to obedience school five years ago. After all the other dogs had learned to fetch, ours still ran off with the stick. After all, he is supposed to be a retriever!
The answer is A.
Was that the last question?
Sorry!~ I was talking to my dad. Use your knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to determine the meaning of the underlined word in the sentence below. The fire alarm bell rang at irregular intervals throughout the day. constant predictable highly inconvenient following no set pattern
That's ok. What's the underlined word?
Irregular means following no set pattern.
Based on your understanding of word roots, a ---psychobiography--- of a famous person would most likely focus on the subject’s education and career achievements. the subject’s thought patterns and personality development. how the subject made lasting contributions to society. how the subject struggled to overcome obstacles.
---psychobiography--- is the underlined word. ---word--- means it is underlined, in italics, or in bold text.
Ok. And I think the answer is B.
Based on your knowledge of suffixes, what part of speech is the word ---eradicate---? noun verb adjective adverb
Only this question, and one other one left. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word in the sentence below. The television show “Unanswered Questions” featured twins who had been adopted and raised by different families but shared ---uncanny--- similarities in their personalities and behavior. annoying; irritating unremarkable; expected humorous; amusing mysterious; spooky
Which suffix would you add to the verb ---persevere--- to make the word into a noun? –ate –itic –ance –ous
Thank you so much Horse! You helped me out a lot.
No problem. I like teaching people my age. Makes me feel smarter than the average bear ;) Thanks for the medal btw.