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help please! :)
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The next question refers to Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. A student attempting to identify the main idea of paragraph two wrote the following sentence: When researchers at the University of Missouri began examining trees in surrounding areas, fire damage in a Canadian forest revealed that huge wildfires in the mountains near Ontario darkened the New England skies hundreds of miles away. Which sentence best describes the student's sentence? The student's sentence does not include enough information from the paragraph. The student's sentence leaves out too many important details from the paragraph. The student's sentence perfectly and properly captures the main idea of the paragraph. The student's sentence shows the main idea but does not paraphrase the author's words.
iYuko
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I'm thinking B how bout you?
anonymous
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i thought it was c

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anonymous
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are you really good at LA?
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iYuko
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Yea
iYuko
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It's between C and B
iYuko
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Why do you think it's C?
anonymous
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what do you think? please make sure its right, i don't want to get it wrong :( @iYuko
anonymous
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omg i did this not too long ago
anonymous
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it was the last one
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are you sure?
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wait
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im trying to go back to the test...what lesson is this
anonymous
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4.01
anonymous
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yep its the last one
anonymous
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i got an 80 on it
anonymous
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did u get this one right?
anonymous
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yes it was worth 4 points
anonymous
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i only got a 80 because i was of the essay i turned in
anonymous
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can you show me proof that you got it correct please.
anonymous
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lol ok
anonymous
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thanks, just like screenshot a picture on the computer an attach the file here
anonymous
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anonymous
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it doesnt let me open up the file
anonymous
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Thats the only way i can do it...
anonymous
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um, can you email it to me?
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anonymous
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where?
anonymous
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to my email
anonymous
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ik but the one on here or another?
anonymous
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no this question
anonymous
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lol dude its right, trust me. you can always take screen shots of the ones you got wrong and right. And use it for the same test
anonymous
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ok fine i believe you, can i ask you more questions to see if you got them right please from the same test? :)
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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yay okay!
anonymous
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Which choice provides the most accurate definition of a summary? A long, paraphrased version of a text that mentions its key points A shortened, paraphrased version of a text A shortened, paraphrased version of a text that mentions its key points A shortened version of a text that mentions its key points
anonymous
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c
anonymous
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ok next :)
anonymous
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The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Which choice best describes how the author organized information? Cause and effect Chronological order Fact by fact Problem-solution
anonymous
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fact by fact
anonymous
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ok :)
anonymous
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The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Read the following sentence from This Mystery Rocks!: Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. How does the sentence contribute to the main idea of paragraph one? It reveals why the drifting rocks are strange. It explains where the rocks may be found. It identifies the persons who are named on the rocks. It offers a solution for why the rocks move.
anonymous
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how bout this, i copy the whole test?
anonymous
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that will prove i took it
anonymous
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ok
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Exam: 04.01 Take a Closer Look If you would like to take this exam again, you can reset the exam and take it again. You are allowed to reset this exam 1 more time(s). You have already reset the exam 2 time(s). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 80% Score: 40 of 50 points -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 4 points) (MC) The next question refers to Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether 1.On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. 2.Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. How do paragraph one and paragraph two work together to present the author's ideas? Paragraph one explains the cause of investigation. Paragraph two shows the results. Paragraph one offers a solution. Paragraph two explains a problem the solution creates. Paragraph one presents facts. Paragraph two presents additional facts on the same topic. Paragraph one and paragraph two do not have a clear connection to each other. Points earned on this question: 4 Question 2 (Worth 4 points) (MC) Read Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether 1.On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. 2.Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. What is the central idea of this article? No one knew why there was a really dark day in New England. On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. The mystery lasted for over two hundred years. For over two hundred years, the reason for New England's Dark Day was unknown. Finally, researchers from the University of Missouri discovered that wildfire smoke from Canada rose up to the atmosphere, traveled hundreds of miles, and blotted out the sunlight over New England. Points earned on this question: 4 Question 3 (Worth 4 points) (MC) The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Read the following sentence from This Mystery Rocks!: Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. How does the sentence contribute to the main idea of paragraph one? It reveals why the drifting rocks are strange. It explains where the rocks may be found. It identifies the persons who are named on the rocks. It offers a solution for why the rocks move. Points earned on this question: 4 Question 4 (Worth 4 points) (MC) The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Which choice best describes how the author organized information? Cause and effect Chronological order Fact by fact Problem-solution Points earned on this question: 4 Question 5 (Worth 3 points) (LC) Which choice provides the most accurate definition of a summary? A long, paraphrased version of a text that mentions its key points A shortened, paraphrased version of a text A shortened, paraphrased version of a text that mentions its key points A shortened version of a text that mentions its key points Points earned on this question: 3 Question 6 (Worth 4 points) (HC) The next question refers to Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether 1.On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. 2.Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. A student attempting to identify the main idea of paragraph two wrote the following sentence: When researchers at the University of Missouri began examining trees in surrounding areas, fire damage in a Canadian forest revealed that huge wildfires in the mountains near Ontario darkened the New England skies hundreds of miles away. Which sentence best describes the student's sentence? The student's sentence does not include enough information from the paragraph. The student's sentence leaves out too many important details from the paragraph. The student's sentence perfectly and properly captures the main idea of the paragraph. The student's sentence shows the main idea but does not paraphrase the author's words. Points earned on this question: 4 Question 7 (Worth 3 points) (LC) An article tells the life story of an inventor. It begins with his birth then discusses his years at school. After exploring his great inventions, the article ends with his death. Which choice best describes how the author organized information? Cause and effect Chronological order Fact by fact Problem-solution Points earned on this question: 3 Question 8 (Worth 4 points) (MC) The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Which sentence best identifies the main idea of paragraph two? Scientists are baffled by the different ways the rocks move. Scientists are confused by the different ways the rocks move, and theories involving wind, ice, and mud have not been confirmed. Scientists have theories of how the rocks move. The rocks have stumped scientists because some roll, some take unexplainable routes, and some have traveled past ones that have stayed still, but scientists have theories that the rocks are pushed by wind or that they slide on ice or mud. Points earned on this question: 4 Question 9 (Worth 20 points) (HC) Read The Ins and Outs of Bellybutton Lint, by Joel Guthrie. Using the steps discussed in this lesson, write a one-paragraph summary in the text box that follows the article. The Ins and Outs of Bellybutton Lint, by Joel Guthrie Some scientists gaze into outer space to look for answers. Some scientists seek answers in the depths of the sea. When Georg Steinhauser wanted answers, he looked within himself. Well, he looked within his bellybutton to be exact. The Austrian chemist spent three years researching the contents of his navel and the navels of others. He has solved one of life's greatest mysteries. We now know exactly what bellybutton lint contains! Steinhauser presented his findings in the online version of the journal Medical Hypotheses. The Vienna University scientist analyzed over 500 samples to determine the exact makeup of the lint. As suspected, most of the lint was made up of cotton from clothing. The fabric pieces are not alone, though. Steinhauser found that the average bellybutton also contained pieces of dead skin, sweat, dust, and fat. Steinhauser's notes also explained how lint accumulates. Stomach hairs tend to grow in a circular pattern around the bellybutton. The hairs act like small hooks, capturing and holding contents within. Shaving stomach hair can lead to a lint-free bellybutton, but don't act too hastily. Although the contents of your navel may be a nuisance, research suggests that lint has a purpose. It is nature's way of protecting your bellybutton from germs and unwanted objects. Essay Submission The Ins and outs of Bellybutton Lint by Joel Gruthrie is an article about Georg Steinhauser and how he spent a three year research on the contents of his navel and the navels of others. His research found that the average bellybutton contained peaces of dean skin, sweat, dust, and fat. It also contains lint and stomach hair. Essay Feedback Using the steps discussed in this lesson, write a one-paragraph summary in the text box that follows the article. Points earned on this question: 10
anonymous
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ok i believe you, now i need the answers
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats this one?
anonymous
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The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Read the following sentence from This Mystery Rocks!: Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. How does the sentence contribute to the main idea of paragraph one? It reveals why the drifting rocks are strange. It explains where the rocks may be found. It identifies the persons who are named on the rocks. It offers a solution for why the rocks move.
anonymous
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a
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ok
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Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. A student attempting to identify the main idea of paragraph two wrote the following sentence: When researchers at the University of Missouri began examining trees in surrounding areas, fire damage in a Canadian forest revealed that huge wildfires in the mountains near Ontario darkened the New England skies hundreds of miles away. Which sentence best describes the student's sentence? The student's sentence does not include enough information from the paragraph. The student's sentence leaves out too many important details from the paragraph. The student's sentence perfectly and properly captures the main idea of the paragraph. The student's sentence shows the main idea but does not paraphrase the author's words.
anonymous
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opps sorry
anonymous
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what happened?
anonymous
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i pressed on paste
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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whats this one, Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. A student attempting to identify the main idea of paragraph two wrote the following sentence: When researchers at the University of Missouri began examining trees in surrounding areas, fire damage in a Canadian forest revealed that huge wildfires in the mountains near Ontario darkened the New England skies hundreds of miles away. Which sentence best describes the student's sentence? The student's sentence does not include enough information from the paragraph. The student's sentence leaves out too many important details from the paragraph. The student's sentence perfectly and properly captures the main idea of the paragraph. The student's sentence shows the main idea but does not paraphrase the author's words.
anonymous
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d
anonymous
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ok:) Read Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. What is the central idea of this article? No one knew why there was a really dark day in New England. On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. The mystery lasted for over two hundred years. For over two hundred years, the reason for New England's Dark Day was unknown. Finally, researchers from the University of Missouri discovered that wildfire smoke from Canada rose up to the atmosphere, traveled hundreds of miles, and blotted out the sunlight over New England.
anonymous
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anonymous
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d- For over two hundrend years........
anonymous
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ok The next question refers to Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether. The paragraphs have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Shedding Light on a Dark Day, by Robin Meriwether On May 19, 1780, the skies over New England turned dark in the middle of the day. For more than two hundred years, New England's Dark Day had been shrouded in mystery. Some blamed volcanoes. Some suggested supernatural events. Some claimed it was a sign from the heavens. No one knew for certain what happened. Many thought the mystery would never be solved. Researchers at the University of Missouri were fascinated by the case. They began examining trees in all surrounding areas. Fire damage in a Canadian forest finally revealed the truth. Scientists looked at burned tree rings and discovered that huge wildfires once raged in the mountains near Ontario. The savage flames created blankets of black smoke. The smoke traveled high into the atmosphere, darkening the New England skies hundreds of miles away. How do paragraph one and paragraph two work together to present the author's ideas? Paragraph one explains the cause of investigation. Paragraph two shows the results. Paragraph one offers a solution. Paragraph two explains a problem the solution creates. Paragraph one presents facts. Paragraph two presents additional facts on the same topic. Paragraph one and paragraph two do not have a clear connection to each other.
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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ok :) The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Which sentence best identifies the main idea of paragraph two? Scientists are baffled by the different ways the rocks move. Scientists are confused by the different ways the rocks move, and theories involving wind, ice, and mud have not been confirmed. Scientists have theories of how the rocks move. The rocks have stumped scientists because some roll, some take unexplainable routes, and some have traveled past ones that have stayed still, but scientists have theories that the rocks are pushed by wind or that they slide on ice or mud.
anonymous
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paragraph 1- cause paragraph 2-results
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ok
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The next question refers to This Mystery Rocks! by Cynthia Schlagel. The sentences have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. This Mystery Rocks! By Cyntha Schlagel 1The Drifting Rocks are a strange phenomenon still unexplained by science. 2Located in Death Valley, California, the rocks sit on hot, flat ground. 3Unlike normal rocks, they have trails etched behind them as if they have traveled across the sand. 4Some trails are only a few feet. 5Some trails are over a half a mile long. 6Each trail is as baffling as the next. 7The variety of rock movement has baffled scientists for decades. 8Some rocks seem to roll as they move forward. 9Some take unexplainable routes. 10Large ones have traveled past small ones that have stayed still. 11Some scientists suggest that the rocks are pushed by wind. 12Others believe they slide on small amounts of ice or mud. 13So far, research has not confirmed any theory. Which sentence best identifies the main idea of paragraph two? Scientists are baffled by the different ways the rocks move. Scientists are confused by the different ways the rocks move, and theories involving wind, ice, and mud have not been confirmed. Scientists have theories of how the rocks move. The rocks have stumped scientists because some roll, some take unexplainable routes, and some have traveled past ones that have stayed still, but scientists have theories that the rocks are pushed by wind or that they slide on ice or mud.
anonymous
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b-scientists are confused.......
anonymous
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ok :) An article tells the life story of an inventor. It begins with his birth then discusses his years at school. After exploring his great inventions, the article ends with his death. Which choice best describes how the author organized information? Cause and effect Chronological order Fact by fact Problem-solution
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anonymous
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fact by fact
anonymous
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its not b?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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i was looking at the wrong question
anonymous
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ok so b, are you sure?
anonymous
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sure
anonymous
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ok :) what did you put for the essay? dont worry i have my own answer, im not gonna copy you :)
anonymous
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eh i only got 10 points for it
anonymous
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i know but i just wanna see what you put :)
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The Ins and outs of Bellybutton Lint by Joel Gruthrie is an article about Georg Steinhauser and how he spent a three year research on the contents of his navel and the navels of others. His research found that the average bellybutton contained peaces of dean skin, sweat, dust, and fat. It also contains lint and stomach hair.
anonymous
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dont copy lol
anonymous
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i wont, trust me lol :)
anonymous
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thats a really good answer , why would they only give you 10 points for it?
anonymous
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i dont know lol
anonymous
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brb i have to take my dog out
anonymous
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ok but come back :)
anonymous
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oh i know why you didnt get all 20 points. its because you only did 3 sentences. its supposed to be a paragraph :)
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back
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oh lol
anonymous
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yea lol :)
anonymous
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did you turn in your test?
anonymous
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not yet, im doing my essay for the last question :)
anonymous
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im on 5.04
anonymous
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do you think you can help me with other assignments and exams now please? :)
anonymous
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please? @beckyg111
anonymous
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cool tell me what you got after
anonymous
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well i did like 7 lessons today
anonymous
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i would like to help but im really tired, how bout tomorrow? i have to pack right now, im moving
anonymous
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pleaseeee!! atleast one more exam please :)
anonymous
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which one?
anonymous
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ill tell you right now, let me submit this one :)
anonymous
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kk
anonymous
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is it 4.02?
anonymous
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ok i submitted it :)
anonymous
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now let me see what exam i need help on
anonymous
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its 4.03
anonymous
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what did you get on that one?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 100 on 4.03
anonymous
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awesome , can you help with that one please :)
anonymous
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yep
anonymous
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yay thanks, your the best! :) okay lets start :)
anonymous
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its the match each sentence with the correct word question
anonymous
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i just cant copy and paste that question because it doesnt let me do that one :)
anonymous
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so what are the letters in order
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This is probably the longest conversation I've ever seen about a question X.X
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Question 1 (Worth 15 points) (MC) Match each sentence with the word that completes it correctly. 1.Mrs. Tremont has several ______ who love her science class. = A 2.Several of her _____ projects won ribbons at the science fair. = C 3.One _____ invention was awarded the first place trophy. = B Question 2 (Worth 5 points) (HC) Which sentence uses correct grammar to describe the situation? Three boys brought comic books to class. Their teacher has taken all of the books and placed them on her desk. Answer is: The boys' comic books are on the teacher's desk. Question 3 (Worth 5 points) (MC) You want to turn each of the following words into an adverb. Which word would require you to add ally instead of ly? Answer is: Comic Question 4 (Worth 5 points) (LC) In which situation would shortcuts and "text speak" be most appropriate? Answer: Writing a note to a friend question 5 You want to add the suffix ed to the following words. Which word would require you to change the y to an i? Answer:hurry Question 6 (Worth 5 points) (MC) The following question refers to the text Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess. Read the paragraph and answer the question below it. The paragraphs have been labeled A, B, and C. The sentences in each paragraph have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess (A) (1) Gus and Frieda were not enjoying recess. (2) They considered themselves athletically challenged. (3) To make things worse, the young geniuses' teacher asked them to play dodge ball. (B) (1) Panic showed on Gus's face. (2) Frieda was worried, too. (3) They both feared they would fail epicly. (C) (1) Gus and Frieda studyed the situation then got an idea. (2) When no one was looking, they replaced themselves with identical robots. (3) The plan worked terrifically, and they dodged disaster for the day. What statement is true about paragraph B? Answer:There is an error in sentence number 3. Question 7 (Worth 5 points) (MC) The following question refers to the text Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess. Read the paragraph and answer the question below it. The paragraphs have been labeled A, B, and C. The sentences in each paragraph have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess (A) (1) Gus and Frieda were not enjoying recess. (2) They considered themselves athletically challenged. (3) To make things worse, the young geniuses' teacher asked them to play dodge ball. (B) (1) Panic showed on Gus's face. (2) Frieda was worried, too. (3) They both feared they would fail epicly. (C) (1) Gus and Frieda studyed the situation then got an idea. (2) When no one was looking, they replaced themselves with identical robots. (3) The plan worked terrifically, and they dodged disaster for the day. What statement is true about paragraph A? Answer:There are no errors in paragraph A. Question 8 (Worth 5 points) (MC) The following question refers to the text Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess. Read the paragraph and answer the question below it. The paragraphs have been labeled A, B, and C. The sentences in each paragraph have been numbered to help you identify them more easily. Gus and Frieda: Geniuses at Recess (A) (1) Gus and Frieda were not enjoying recess. (2) They considered themselves athletically challenged. (3) To make things worse, the young geniuses' teacher asked them to play dodge ball. (B) (1) Panic showed on Gus's face. (2) Frieda was worried, too. (3) They both feared they would fail epicly. (C) (1) Gus and Frieda studyed the situation then got an idea. (2) When no one was looking, they replaced themselves with identical robots. (3) The plan worked terrifically, and they dodged disaster for the day. What statement is true about paragraph C? Answer:There is an error in sentence number 1.
anonymous
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@Lamiy stalker lol
anonymous
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PSSHHH no im not stalking at all..... *is suspicious*
anonymous
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haha i like you already
anonymous
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x3
anonymous
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@geny55 just send me the test ill write the answer
anonymous
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i got one wrong here but its okay
anonymous
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i got number 2 wrong
anonymous
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on?
anonymous
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number 2
anonymous
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what test
anonymous
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4.03
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its this question Which sentence uses correct grammar to describe the situation? Three boys brought comic books to class. Their teacher has taken all of the books and placed them on her desk. The boy's comic books are on the teacher's desk. The boy's comic books are on the teachers' desk. The boys' comic books are on the teacher's desk. The boys' comic books are on the teachers' desk.
anonymous
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you said it was D, it was wrong
anonymous
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The boys' comic books are on the teacher's desk
anonymous
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sorry i shouldve checked what i wrote
anonymous
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C i would guess x3
anonymous
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it is
anonymous
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oh nevermind it was me, i put the wrong one, im sorry . my fault
anonymous
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i dont feel bad anymore :)
anonymous
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lol lets do 4.04
anonymous
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ok i got a 100 on that just send me the test
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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ok lets just go question by question :) ready?
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ok
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Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Our family road trip is far from perfection. We've traveled for days in every direction. We are driving in circles and lost in the dark. It seems mom and dad are no "Lewis and Clark!" This poem features a historical allusion to Lewis and Clark. Why does the author feel his parents are not like the real life duo? Lewis and Clark always got along well with each other. Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition. Lewis and Clark traveled for years rather than days. Lewis and Clark traveled by foot or horse and not by car.
anonymous
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lets do this fast i have to go soon
anonymous
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ok :)
anonymous
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Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Our family road trip is far from perfection. We've traveled for days in every direction. We are driving in circles and lost in the dark. It seems mom and dad are no "Lewis and Clark!" This poem features a historical allusion to Lewis and Clark. Why does the author feel his parents are not like the real life duo? Lewis and Clark always got along well with each other. Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition. Lewis and Clark traveled for years rather than days. Lewis and Clark traveled by foot or horse and not by car.
anonymous
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Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition.
anonymous
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A poem describes a heroic girl escaping danger. One verse of the poem describes her as a "teenage Lara Croft." Lara Croft is an athletic and intelligent video game character who explores dangerous tombs and ancient ruins. What type of allusion does the author create? Biblical Historical Mythological Pop culture
anonymous
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pop culture
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Read the following short story excerpt, then answer the question that follows: Alyssa looked perfect as she left for the prom. Although her dress and her make-up were beautiful, the weather was ugly. By the time she arrived, the wind and rain left her hair looking like Medusa's. Based on the mythological allusion to Medusa, Alyssa's hair looked dark neat wet wild
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wild
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Read the following newspaper excerpt, then answer the question that follows: I visited with the young musician backstage before her sold-out concert. We spoke about her humble beginnings, her childhood dreams, and the surprising turn of events that brought her to the top. Listening to her tell the tale, you can't help but view it as a Cinderella story. This paragraph from a newspaper article alludes to Cinderella. Based on this literary allusion, which choice best describes the young musician's story? She was a poor girl who married into a royal family and became rich. She was a simple girl whose big dreams unexpectedly came true. She was a talented girl who worked hard and made wise choices to make it big. She was an unhappy girl whose fairy godmother helped her reach her dream.
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She was a simple girl whose big dreams unexpectedly came true.
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Read the following newspaper excerpt, then answer the question that follows: "A David and Goliath Battle Rages Over Sunshine Park" Chelsea Spree played in Sunshine Park as a young girl. When she learned that the Trumont Corporation planned to tear it down to build their international headquarters, she decided to speak up. Though Trumont has millions of dollars and high-paid lawyers on their side, Chelsea has passion. The battle is shaping up to be a tough one. The headline of this news article makes a biblical allusion. The mention of David and Goliath suggests a battle in which one opponent is much smaller than the other one opponent is threatening another's childhood memories two opponents are battling over the same land two opponents are in a very tough contest
anonymous
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one opponent is much smaller than the other
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Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Reginald wanted perfect grades, and it almost worked out that way. Math class was his Achilles' heel, and he could never earn an A. This poem makes a mythological allusion to the Greek Hero, Achilles. An Achilles' heel refers to a difficult subject a favorite thing a single weakness a surprising event
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a single weakness
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Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: My beautiful penthouse apartment bursts with pets and plants, but it's far from paradise. My arms reach out. My eyes search. My heart aches like Adam's before Eve. The biblical allusion to Adam and Eve suggests that the speaker in this poem feels lucky lonely hungry angry
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lonely
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Read the following short story excerpt, then answer the question that follows: When we rescued Topper, we thought he would be the perfect family dog. And he was…half of the time, anyway. His Jekyll and Hyde personality made our lives completely unpredictable. This paragraph alludes to the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Based on this literary allusion, which choice best describes Topper's personality? Topper changes from good to evil unexpectedly. Topper constantly begs the family for more food. Topper sleeps all day and stays away all night. Topper runs away whenever he gets the chance.
anonymous
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Topper changes from good to evil unexpectedly.
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Read the following diary entry, then answer the question that follows: Dear Diary, I can't believe it! Yesterday, we finished choreographing the perfect routine for the talent contest. Today, I find out that Becky has shared all of our moves with the team we were competing against. That Benedict Arnold even gave them a copy of our customized music mix. This diary entry alludes to a Benedict Arnold. This historical allusion indicates that the writer of the diary thinks Becky is a cheater friend contact traitor
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traitor
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An article discusses the first professional football player who was deaf. The author compares the player to Jackie Robinson, who was the first African American in Major League Baseball. What type of allusion does the author create? Biblical Historical Literary Mythological
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ok i have to go bye
anonymous
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last one please :)
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?? please answer, that was the last question :) An article discusses the first professional football player who was deaf. The author compares the player to Jackie Robinson, who was the first African American in Major League Baseball. What type of allusion does the author create? Biblical Historical Literary Mythological
anonymous
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The stalker could help x3
anonymous
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ok what is it?
anonymous
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Reading...
anonymous
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Historical :D
anonymous
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thanks :)
anonymous
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It's the Stalker's pleasure C:
anonymous
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it was b
anonymous
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You sure?
anonymous
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Oh I thought my answer choice was C xD (forgetting letters 0.0)
anonymous
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yea im sure i took the test it is historical
anonymous
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Im kinda learning the Italian alphabet and forgetting the English alphabet...
anonymous
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haha
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Their alphabet is like missing a LOT of letters from the English alphabet
anonymous
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Well, i gotta go help with another question that like none of us can figure out x3
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lol ok bye
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Please close this question. Thank you. http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
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Close this question. Not only one question per post, but we're not supposed to help with tests/quizzes/exams. That's cheating and OS can get you in serious trouble for that.

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