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can u help me with more
To where did the Israelites want to return during the Babylonian captivity? A. Egypt B. Rome C. Jerusalem D. Babylon
Why does Jesus tell the parable of the Good Samaritan? A. to protect a person from Samaria B. to prove one of his doubters wrong C. to amuse his audience of Samaritans D. to explain an important idea
In "The Parable of the Good Samaritan," what does the priest do? A. He gives money to the man in need. B. He goes back to Jerusalem to seek help. C. He treats the Samaritan with warmth and kindness. D. He ignores the man who needs his help.
@"lol" , what do you think the answer is?
this is in the bible and i never read it
You're welcome. ^_^
I would help you, but I don't read the bible myself.
the answer is d?
iv never read the bible so idk the answer to tht question
its d next question
In "The Parable of the Good Samaritan," what message does Jesus communicate? A. Hard work will be rewarded. B. Respect your elders. C. Always tell the truth. D. Help those in need
my answer is d
In "The Long Journey Through the Wilderness," how are Joshua and Caleb different from the other Israelites? A. They help Moses find manna and water when food and drink are scarce for the Israelites. B. They miss their lives in Egypt and want to return there. C. They do not believe that the Promised Land is a good place to live. D. They are willing to endure hardship without complaint to reach the Promised Land.
i dont know
Hmm.. I've learned this before in both church and Literature had these stories.
The problem is trying to help you understand what the answer will be without actually giving out the answer... :-/
@YoungStudier do you do k12 6th grade
what class is this fro/
does anyone do k12 6 th grade
Yup, I'm in 6th grade and I do k12
no im in 9th k12
did you do this test
This is Literature from the looks of it
yup it si
@YoungStudier did you take this test
unit 16 lesson 5
Try reading the story first.
i dont know whee to get it
I gave you the link above.
It should be in your classics for young readers.
can u gve it to me again
@YoungStudier its not thier
It is, that's how I read it, keep looking.
Look in your Table of Contents.
@YoungStudier can u go to the test in your ols account and
and go to the test
which question is this?
explain for me the answer
It's not B or C because that's what the other Israelite where thinking. The question asks how they are different from them. So we can eliminate those two.
Moses asked God to give them food and water.
So what do you think the answer is now?
telll me if im right
Yepppers ^_^ Good job!
lets me tell you my score
ok. I got 100% on this one...
i mastered it 88%
That's really good for someone who's learning this on the fly. Me? I've known this stuff ever since I can remember. :D
can u help me with more in new questio n