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Before Odysseus escaped from the island, he taunted the Cyclops even though he risked _________ the monster’s terrible anger by doing so. a)sacrificing b)exacerbating c)aggravating d)celebrating e)ameliorating f)mollifying U have to choose two from the options that best fits into the sentence
Damn I haven't read the Odyssey in a long time. I believe it's B exacerbating: make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse He could have made that situation worse by taunting him.
it's not a real story u have to just consider as it is and answer the questions u have to chose 2 options
The talk show host, while often engaged in political activism, was actually best known as a (i)_______. So, as a keynote speaker, when he (ii)_______ at the rally for over an hour without telling a single joke, his loyal fans were quite disappointed. Blank (i) pundit sycophant wag Blank (ii) abjured perorated pined
The Odyssey is a real story. At first I thought the question required prior knowledge of the story but it doesn't. The answer is B.
u have to chose two options among 6 options one is b other one is?
No B is the answer to the first question you asked. The one about the Cyclops, the blank should have exacerbating in it. I'm working out the second question now. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Blank 1: Wag Blank 2: perorated
correct Kristine Awesome then u should write my test in place of mine
The blank describes what Odysseus risked. The sentence states that Odysseus taunted the Cyclops. This phrase is the clue. If Odysseus taunted the Cyclops then he risked provoking the monster’s anger. Use provoking as the word for the blank. Choices (B) and (C), exacerbating and aggravating, both mean provoking. Choices (A) and (D), sacrificing and celebrating, are both poor matches for provoking. Choice (E), ameliorating, means to make better and can be eliminated. Choice (F), mollifying, means to appease or give in and can also be eliminated. The correct answers are choices (B) and (C).
this is how my exam gonna be in english module and long passages with questions
Oh I see that looks like it'll take some work, but you're fluent in English so i'm sure you'll prevail!
Yeah sure and i am confident that u will score better than me in This module
What is the likelihood that a unified theory of animal locomotion can be developed? By applying the same rules and principles of physics to both flying insects and fish, many researchers have come to believe that a unified theory is a realistic possibility. Scientists studying the topic have highlighted the universal similarities in animal design, in spite of the vast structural differences among animals, such as the considerable disparities in body mass, speed, and physical environment. Animal locomotion, like any other flow of material, is optimized by evolution to travel the greatest distance while expending the least amount of energy. The stride frequency of the insect bears the same relationship to its mass as does the rate at which the fish swims. Likewise, the velocity of the fish conforms to the same principles as the speed of the insect in flight. While this comparison may seem somewhat obvious and unsophisticated, it is how many theories are born—through simple observation and generalization.
The author’s discussion of flying insects and fish suggests which of the following? a The stride frequencies of the two species are identical. b Most flying insects and fish travel at similar speeds. c There are significant structural differences between flying insects and fish. d There are similarities in body mass between the two species. e The methods of locomotion among flying insects are similar to those of fish.
I'm pretty sure it's e.
i got the same answer but answer is given as c
I can see how they could have gotten that. Earnest mistake. Another question?
The author’s main point can best be summarized by which of the following statements? a Animals as different as insects and fish follow similar patterns of movement. b Most animal species exhibit the same patterns of locomotion as those of humans. c Unsophisticated comparisons of animal design could lessen the likelihood of developing a unified theory of animal locomotion. d The study of animal locomotion requires a basic understanding of the principles of physics. e A study of the design similarities between insects and fish could contribute to the beginnings of a unified theory of animal locomotion.
I also believe this is e.
now answer the second question i posted
That was the answer. I believe it's e, could possible be d but I doubt it.
this is another question The author’s main point can best be summarized by which of the following statements? a Animals as different as insects and fish follow similar patterns of movement. b Most animal species exhibit the same patterns of locomotion as those of humans. c Unsophisticated comparisons of animal design could lessen the likelihood of developing a unified theory of animal locomotion. d The study of animal locomotion requires a basic understanding of the principles of physics. e A study of the design similarities between insects and fish could contribute to the beginnings of a unified theory of animal locomotion.
I answered this, I said I believe this is E
ur correct again congrats
i need to learn from Grammar from u
i need to learn Grammar from u
Haha don't worry you're fine. You'll get better over time.
does american schools teach grammar