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MEDAL FAN and TESTIMONY

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  1. anonymous
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    What do yah need help with....

  2. anonymous
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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

  3. anonymous
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    Lucky....

  4. anonymous
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    B Lonely

  5. anonymous
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    HMM? which one

  6. anonymous
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    I think lonely....

  7. anonymous
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    k

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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

  9. anonymous
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    C a single weakness

  10. anonymous
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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

  11. anonymous
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    D wild

  12. anonymous
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    thx

  13. anonymous
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    I missed the questions lol

  14. anonymous
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    No problem! :)

  15. anonymous
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    Although I do have to say real quick, Nasa, please make sure you give reasons why it is a specific answer as direct answers are against the rules

  16. anonymous
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    It is?

  17. anonymous
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    I thought it was ok so many people just give answers

  18. anonymous
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    Yes. It's because a lot of people go against that rule lol. It doesn't help anyone though, which is why the rules go against that

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  19. BishopPatton
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    If openstudy really cared if people gave direct answers then 75% of this websites users would be banned

  20. anonymous
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    Still, you shouldn't break that rule anyways. In fact, I've seen some people ask questions and receive medals because they actually wanted to learn the material. Especially since there are a lot of people who want to help instead of just giving someone the answer with no explanation

  21. BishopPatton
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    I am not saying i disagree with you... i am just saying that people are gonna give direct answers and you cant stop that. Now i believe you shouldn't give direct answers either

  22. anonymous
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    If you get banned can you still see/lookup answers but you can't post and answer right?

  23. BishopPatton
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    yes

  24. anonymous
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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. l Don't Understand this Please explain

  25. BishopPatton
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    Topper changes from good to evil unexpectedly.

  26. anonymous
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    why? You think that

  27. BishopPatton
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    Because if it means he has a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde it means that he has a two sided pesonality

  28. anonymous
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    on K

  29. BishopPatton
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    A good side (Dr.Jekyll), and a bad side ( Mr.Hyde). Hope that helps.

  30. BishopPatton
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    ok well bbl... fan me and tag me whenever you need help

  31. anonymous
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    Ok

  32. anonymous
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    Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter. I think that 'twixt the negroes of the South and the women at the North, all talking about rights, the white men will be in a fix pretty soon. But what's all this here talking about? What tone do these lines convey? a formal and reserved tone a conversational and inquisitive tone a dissatisfied and pessimistic tone a hopeful and idealistic tone

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    Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter. I think that 'twixt the negroes of the South and the women at the North, all talking about rights, the white men will be in a fix pretty soon. But what's all this here talking about? What tone do these lines convey? a formal and reserved tone a conversational and inquisitive tone a dissatisfied and pessimistic tone a hopeful and idealistic tone

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