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" A Dolls House " Read these lines No debt, no borrowing. There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends on borrowing and debt. We two have kept bravely on the straight road so far, and we will go on the same way for the short time longer that there need be any struggle. What idea is implied when Helmer speaks about money in these lines? He cannot bear to see his wife struggling. He is annoyed that his wife does not know how to spend wisely. He feels his wife needs advice about the importance of being debt free. He is resigned to the fact that his wif
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anonymous
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@Deadly_Roses
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@They_Call_Me_Narii
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anonymous
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Need help please.
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Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
whats the last option???? its not finished
anonymous
  • anonymous
He is resigned to the fact that his wife is not as wise as he is.
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
i think its the third option because from Helmer to Nora. he is explaining to Nora the error in wasteful spending and that borrowing is not good.
anonymous
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Thanks.
anonymous
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In this passage, which pair of adjectives best describes Nora? anxious and stressed-out childlike and wasteful obsessive and miserly mature and thrifty
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Deadly_Roses
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its from the same passage i just read right? then i think it would be: childlike and wasteful
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, :)
anonymous
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What is the correct way to write these sentences? The Best way to learn about annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in new York, This is wear she was born. And she is proud of it. The best way to learn about annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in new York, This is wear she was born. And she is proud of it. The best way to learn about Annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in new York, This is where she was born. And she is proud of it. The best way to learn about Annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in New York, This is wear she was born and she is proud of the city. The best way to learn about Annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in New York. It is where she was born, and she is proud of the city.
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
no problem :)
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
i think it would be: The best way to learn about Annie is to follow her for a day. She lives in New York. It is where she was born, and she is proud of the city.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of these sentences is not punctuated correctly? Jonathan addressed the press conference on June 12, 2011. Stephan has a younger brother and an older sister. Sandy, was unhappy with her grades. Jeremy was a quiet, studious, and hard-working child.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Last one. And thanks for the help really. haven't got one wrong.
Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
it should be: Sandy, was unhappy with her grades. since there shouldn't be a comma.... and np :) im glad i could help ^_^
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, bout to go home now, Have a Good Day :)
Deadly_Roses
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you to :) Cya

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