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somebodys_heartbrake

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2) In the knightly years, it must be remembered, it was important to know whether one was meeting friend or foe. 3) Meeting a foe meant fighting on the spot.

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  1. somebodys_heartbrake
    • one year ago
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    Which of the following is the best way to paraphrase Sentences 2 & 3? A. Emily Post states that it was important to know who was friend or foe. B. In the medieval era, knights needed to know immediately whom to fight. C. In Etiquette, Emily Post states that raising the visor was an important way of letting other knights know who wanted to cause them harm. D. In Etiquette, Emily Post reminds us that in the medieval era, being able to differentiate friends from enemies could prevent unwanted fighting.

  2. rykibloom
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    I would say D as a paraphrase is a restatement using other words. Example: Joe loves the color red. Red is a stunning color. Joe loves the color red, a stunning color!

  3. somebodys_heartbrake
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    1) The custom of raising the hat when meeting an acquaintance derives from the old rule that friendly knights in accosting each other should raise the visor for mutual recognition in amity. Which of the following is the best way to paraphrase Sentence 1? A. According to Emily Post, people raise hats as a greeting because knights used to do it. B. According to Emily Post, raising a hat in greeting comes from the knightly custom of lifting a visor to show other knights that he was a friend. C. Post believed that people "raise the hat" in greeting as a continuation of the knightly custom of "raising the visor." D. Post instructs people to raise their hats as a way of showing others that he or she is a friend, not a foe.

  4. kbrougham
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    B is paraphrasing that sentence.

  5. countonme123
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    it is B

  6. somebodys_heartbrake
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    5) Imagine the Paris Peace Conference, or any of the later conferences in Europe, without the protective armor of diplomatic etiquette! Which of the following is the best way to paraphrase Sentence 5? A. Emily Post states that good etiquette helps provide protection at important political events. B. The Paris Peace Conference, as well as other political conferences, ran more smoothly because of common courtesy. C. Peace conferences around the world would not run smoothly without etiquette. D. Emily Post infers that good etiquette makes peace conferences and other political events run more smoothly.

  7. countonme123
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    I would say B again

  8. somebodys_heartbrake
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    4) Thus, it is evident that the conventions of courtesy not only tend to make the wheels of life run more smoothly, but also act as safeguards in human relationship. Which of the following is the best way to paraphrase Sentence 4? A. Post says that it is obvious that etiquette not only makes life easier, it also provides protection. B. Post believes that etiquette not only makes life a safeguard, but it also is a hardship. C. It is suggested that etiquette is a means of protection from harm as well as a courtesy. D. Emily Post, in Etiquette, writes that not only does etiquette make life run more smoothly, it also safeguards us.

  9. countonme123
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    I don't mean to be rude but you are supposed to post one question per post. Then find your best answer and award them with a medal. Then close the question and start another for another question. Thank you

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