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Please help me!!! Its to long to type ill send a pic of it

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  1. anonymous
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    mkay

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    In American society, romantic love is considered the main reason for people to marry. On the other hand, in some societies, romantic love is considered a form of obsession or madness. In fact, even in many societies where "true love" is not considered a form of insanity, arranged marriages are still the norm. For example, in many cultures it's believed that marriage is basically an economic arrangement. Thus, a farmer needs a wife both to bear children and to share the farm work while raising new "hands" as additional farm labor. In other societies, marriage is mainly about cementing connections between families. Indeed, most marriages between members of European royal or aristocratic lineages were primarily aimed at creating trust, loyalty, and mutual obligations between privileged and powerful families. 3.   In the passage you just read, a basic contrast regarding ideals about marriage is signaled by which word or phrase?         A. For example   B. In fact   C. In other societies   D. On the other hand

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    @MissNoName

  4. anonymous
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    C

  5. anonymous
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    im pretty sure

  6. anonymous
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    Ok thx if i have anymore questions ill ask i fanned u to

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    @MissNoName

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    okay cool!

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    Making rice pudding can be very easy. (2) First, get a large, heavy saucepan. In the pan, measure 3 cups of whole milk, 1 cup of water, 1/2 stick of margarine or butter, and 1/2 cup of rice. (3) Bring this mixture to a quick boil. (4) Lower heat and slowly simmer for 45 minutes. (5) Remove the saucepan from the heat. (6) Add one beaten egg, 1/2 cup of sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla. (7) Stir well. (8) Serve warm or cold. (9) Enjoy your treat. 4.   What method of organization is used in this paragraph?         A. Cause and effect   B. Chronological order   C. Comparison and contrast   D. Explaining an idea with examples

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    I think it would be B @MissNoName

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    right!

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    Thx

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    Earth's crust is made up of relatively rigid plates that ride atop Earth's hot, semiliquid mantle. (2) The plates are called tectonic because they're in constant motion. (3) They can move because Earth's mantle is a very hot and semiliquid fluid called magma. (4) Volcanoes are a result of magma rising up or erupting through a plate, particularly where plate boundaries are moving against each other. (5) Also, when plates slide against each other, causing friction along adjacent plate boundaries, earthquakes frequently occur. (6) Therefore, we often find volcanoes and earthquakes along plate boundaries. (7) Plates may also collide. (8) When that happens, mountain ranges are formed. (9) For example, the collision of the plate carrying the Indian subcontinent created the Himalayan Mountains when it collided with the Asian plate. 14.   What is the topic sentence for this passage?         A. Sentence 4   B. Sentence 1   C. There is no single topic sentence.   D. Sentence 2

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    @MissNoName

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    D. sentence 2

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    Hope that helped!

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    Ok thx i have more questions

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    @flowers2468

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