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NikkiBxox

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List the 8 parts of speech and give an example of each. I know: Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb, Verb. I dont know the rest and can't come up with examples

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    pronoun

  3. anonymous
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    Verb action or state Noun are a thing or person Adjective describes a noun Adverb describes a verb, adjective or adverb Pronoun replaces a noun Preposition links a noun to another word Conjunction joins clauses or sentences or words Interjection short exclamation, sometimes inserted into a sentence

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    This help?

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    Gahhh I love chu! Yus!

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    fan and medal if you like, You don't haft to I'm just glad to help ^.^

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    Macbeth is definitely a tragic hero. He has a tragic flaw, and must make choose between two undesirable alternatives, and by the end of the play, sees what he is faced with and what he must do, coming to the realization that it is all because of his own actions. Why could we consider Macbeth a tragic hero? A. He has to overcome much pain and sorrow. B. He becomes a powerful king. C. His tragic flaw helps to cause his downfall. D. He commits murder to get what he wants.

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    A, Because he is realizing all of his pain and sorrow towards the end, and facing his own actions

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    Which plot is the best example of a tragedy? A. The chief of police loses his job and the respect of his family after his lies and criminal connections are exposed. B. An old man tells his grandson the heartbreaking story of his experiences as a soldier in World War II. C. A little girl is lost on the streets of New York City, and her parents work to find her as quickly as possible. D. A couple struggles to stay together as their families and careers manage to keep them apart.

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    A, Because all of the other answers are stating things that have or are happening, A considers the now and then. It speaks of truth and what he is feeling and not only the police officer but how his family took it, I say A.

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    Which is an example of irony in Macbeth? A. Macbeth is unable to say "amen" after he hears King Duncan's guards praying in their sleep. B. Lady Macbeth returns the bloody dagger to King Duncan's room after Macbeth is too upset to do it himself. C. The three witches make the prediction that Macbeth will someday be both thane of Cawdor and king. D. King Duncan thinks Macbeth is a good and virtuous man, when in reality, Macbeth is plotting his murder.

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    last one

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    Another example of dramatic irony with King Duncan is when he expresses trust for Macbeth in act one, scene four, having no idea that Macbeth is going to kill him. This same scenario elicits dramatic irony from the character of Lady Macbeth when, two scenes later, she affects a genteel and formalized language in welcoming the king, after the audience has just heard her ruthlessly plotting his death with Macbeth in the scene prior. In this way, Shakespeare throws his characters' flaws into sharper relief. The errors the characters make along the way stand out all the more when the audience is aware of their impending doom. Knowing what is coming when the characters do not creates feelings of suspense, sympathy, fear, disbelief or even anger in the audience. This heightens the emotional experience of the play and creates dramatic irony.

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