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Quick! Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Most people would probably say that it is a vegetable. After all, we eat them in a salad, right? But scientifically, tomatoes are classified as fruit. In fact, there is probably a bunch of other fruits that you would call vegetables and vice versa. In biology, the study of life, a true fruit is one that develops with seeds inside of it. Oranges, raspberries, and grapefruit are examples of true fruits. However, by this definition, bean pods, corn kernels, and wheat grains are also considered fruit. Some common fruits, like apples and pears, are considered false or accessory fruits. This is because they grow around or near the actual fruit, or the part of the plant that contains the seeds. The core of the apple is actually the fruit because it contains the seeds. The part of the apple that we eat is considered an accessory to the fruit. In addition to the tomato, the group of fruits that we cook and eat like vegetables includes eggplants, cucumbers, and pumpkins. 1. What method of organization is used in the passage above? cause and effect definition classification comparison and contrast
it is classification
The Exxon Valdez oil spill is one of the worst oil spills to ever happen. On March 24, 1989, an oil ship crashed in Prince William Sound, Alaska. It hit the Bligh Island Reef. More than 10.8 million gallons of oil poured into the ocean. This is about 250,000 barrels. Investigators found several causes for the accident. The ship’s equipment needed to be repaired. The monitor that could have warned the sailors they were about to crash into the reef was broken. In fact, it had been broken for over a year. In addition, the sailor who was driving the ship did not have enough rest. The Exxon oil company was blamed for not properly supervising or providing enough rest for the crew. More than 1,300 miles of coastline were covered by oil from the spill. Even worse, 11,000 square miles of ocean were also affected. Between 100,000 and 250,000 seabirds, more than 2,800 sea otters, 247 bald eagles, and 22 orca whales died immediately. Billions of fish eggs were also destroyed. Some scientists say that 20 years later, Prince William Sound is still feeling the effects of the oil spill. 2. Which of these is one effect of the ship crashing in Prince William Sound, Alaska, as stated in the passage? Ship crews are more closely supervised when carrying oil. About 250,000 barrels of oil poured into the ocean near Alaska. Exxon made a secret agreement to care for all the affected fish. Oil is no longer transported through Prince William Sound.
oil is no longer transported through Prince William Sound
Most people have wondered about the differences between horses and zebras. To understand the difference, you must first understand exactly what a horse is. The horse is a hoofed, plant-eating mammal of the family Equidae. This family includes domestic horses, wild horses, and zebras. All are swift, plains-dwelling herd animals who eat coarse grass. Horses, as we know them, evolved in North America and spread over the world. They were hunted by early humans and put to work by Asian nomads. Until the mid-20th century, horses were widely used for warfare, agriculture, and transportation. Today, most horses are used for farming purposes. Few modern horses roam wild. On the other hand, most zebras live in open plains or brush country. Mountain zebras like rocky hillsides. Zebra herds on the Serengeti of East Africa can be as large as 200,000 zebras. All travel in family groups led by a stallion. The plains zebras usually mix with other grazing animals, such as wildebeest and antelopes. You would have to look at the DNA of horses and zebras to understand their physical differences. Zebras and horses have very similar bodies except for their skins! 1. Which of the following helps the reader understand how the passage is organized? "On the other hand. . . ." "Few modern horses roam wild." ". . .you must first understand. . . ." "Most people have wondered. . . ."
"on the other hand..."
In December of 2004, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake occurred off the northwest coast of the island of Sumatra. The earthquake triggered the deadliest tsunami in recorded history. The tsunami killed over a quarter of a million people and injured a half a million people. It left millions of people homeless. The tsunami was felt as far away as the Atlantic coast of the United States. How is the passage above organized? cause and effect problem and solution compare and contrast sequence
it was A?
The storm came out of nowhere, it seemed. Sally rushed to find shelter off of the street. She found herself under the overhang of a convenience store. As she wiped the water out of her eyes, she noticed a nice-looking gentleman standing next to her. They began to talk about the storm, about New York, about fate. Soon, Sally had a date with the handsome man. Her new suede shoes were ruined, but it was worth it! What a fabulous storm! Which text structure did the writer mainly use to develop this passage? compare and contrast question and answer problem and solution cause and effect
cause and effect
When you think of the word "alien," Martians and flying saucers probably come to mind. But "alien" is also used to describe people! It refers to those in a country who are not citizens of that country. For example, aliens include tourists, people who have student visas to study in a foreign country, and those who have gained permanent residence in a country that is not their homeland. A visa is a legal paper that says a person has permission to enter a foreign country. How does the organizational structure of this passage support the author's purpose? It tries to convince readers to become aliens in a foreign country. It provides a definition of the word "alien" and lists some examples. It explains the effects of illegal immigration to the U. S. economy. It arranges facts about alien standing from least to most important.
it provides a definition of the word "alien" and list some examples.
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Since the new boss took over, there have been many more changes to the way the company does business. For example, in the area of complaints, it used to be standard practice for a customer to have to wait two days before speaking with a supervisor. Now, with Monty Morgenson as the CEO, he cut the time down to two hours. If a supervisor doesn't immediately respond to a customer's complaint, the supervisor could find him or herself in deep trouble. In fact, one supervisor has already been terminated. Despite this, our customers have been pleased by the fact that they can communicate their issues to supervisors directly. In addition, the employees of B-3 are all required to dress appropriately for work. Jeans and T-shirts are a thing of the past. Now, slacks, ties, and suits are the clothing of choice. Actually, it's not a choice. Before, it was not uncommon to see people come to the work place in flip-flops and sweats. Now, that look is highly discouraged. It hasn't been all that bad. The office looks much more professional, and our customers seem to really respect us. One of the biggest changes to company policy is the vacation time. The new boss understands how hard people work. He also understands the importance of time. Upon taking his new position, Monty fought to get all employees an extra week's vacation. Now, instead of the stingy five-day vacation policy, the B-3 team has a ten-day vacation. This has greatly improved team morale, and now, everyone can't wait to come to work. I should mention that even with Monty at the wheel, guiding the company, one thing will not change: our commitment to serving the community and providing the best service to our customers. We will continue to provide the best customer care of anyone in the electronics business. 1. Describe the dress code in B-3, after Monty Morgenson became the boss. Employees are required to dress professionally. Employees are encouraged to dress informally. Employees can only wear blue jeans on Fridays. Employees can wear whatever they want to work.
employees are required to dress professionally.
Have you ever found it difficult to determine whether you have a cold or the flu? Both of these illnesses can make you feel tired or achy, but the severity of your symptoms can help you tell them apart. A cold can make you feel bad for a few days. It usually starts with a sore throat. This may go away after a day or two. This is followed by a runny nose, a stopped-up, achy chest, and a cough over the next few days. Most adults do not have a fever when they have a cold. Children sometimes do. During the first three days that you have cold symptoms, you are contagious. You should stay home and get rest to avoid passing your germs to others. A cold can be caused by any of several hundred different viruses. However, the flu can make you feel really ill for days or even weeks. Flu symptoms are more severe than those of a cold. They can include fever, chills, headache, muscle aches, achy chest, and cough. Even though flu symptoms may start to get better after a few days, it is not unusual to feel tired and weak for a week or more. One common thread between these two illnesses is what you can do to prevent them. Frequently washing your hands and keeping them away from your nose and mouth are the best things you can do to avoid catching a cold or the flu. 2. How does the organizational structure of this passage support the author's purpose? The author shows the reader how one event caused the outcome of another. The author is able to point out similarities and differences between the two infections. The author shows readers a timeline of when a cure was first found and implemented. The author is able to break down a large group into several smaller groups.
the author is able to point out similarities and differences between the 2 infections.
The Exxon Valdez oil spill is one of the worst oil spills to ever happen. On March 24, 1989, an oil ship crashed in Prince William Sound, Alaska. It hit the Bligh Island Reef. More than 10.8 million gallons of oil poured into the ocean. This is about 250,000 barrels. Investigators found several causes for the accident. The ship’s equipment needed to be repaired. The monitor that could have warned the sailors they were about to crash into the reef was broken. In fact, it had been broken for over a year. In addition, the sailor who was driving the ship did not have enough rest. The Exxon oil company was blamed for not properly supervising or providing enough rest for the crew. More than 1,300 miles of coastline were covered by oil from the spill. Even worse, 11,000 square miles of ocean were also affected. Between 100,000 and 250,000 seabirds, more than 2,800 sea otters, 247 bald eagles, and 22 orca whales died immediately. Billions of fish eggs were also destroyed. Some scientists say that 20 years later, Prince William Sound is still feeling the effects of the oil spill. 3. This passage outlines some of the causes of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. What is one effect the author mentions? no proper supervision the death of marine life repairs needed for the ship a very tired ship crew
the death of marine life
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