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Which feature of "Spring and Fall" serves as a motif in the poem? A. the fallen leaves, which represent mortality B. the speaker, who uses second-person point of view C. the listener, who is a young child D. the allusion to paradise, which reminds readers of loss
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@pizza12
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@salemlover352
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which do u think?

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a.
anonymous
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i would agree with that
anonymous
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its A i think
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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Which best summarizes the theme of "in Just"? A. Spring is a time of joyful rebirth and lively renewal. B. Spring is time when getting muddy and dirty is encouraged. C. Spring is a welcome time after a long winter. D. Spring is a time when children like to dance.
anonymous
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which do u think?
anonymous
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c
anonymous
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agreed
anonymous
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no, I think its a
anonymous
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it seems like a...
anonymous
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To what sense does the phrase "Drows'd with the fume of poppies," from "To Autumn," most appeal? A. touch B. sight C. smell D. hearing
anonymous
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c?
anonymous
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fumes=smell im going with c
anonymous
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agree
anonymous
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Why does E.E. Cummings describe the balloonman as "goat-footed" in "in Just"? A. He is referring to the fact that baby animals are born in spring. B. He is suggesting that the balloonman is dangerous to the children. C. He is making an allusion to the Greek god Pan and his pipes. D. He is comparing the children to the balloonman.
anonymous
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which do u think?
anonymous
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I dont know...
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anonymous
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XD you dont have to help me if you dont want to you know
anonymous
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I went with b
anonymous
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How do the words grieving, sigh, and blight affect the mood of "Spring and Fall"? A. They add a note of sorrow to the poem's hopeful mood. B. They bring a realistic tone to the poem's dreamlike tone. C. They deepen the poem's sorrowful mood. D. They lighten the poem's angry mood.
anonymous
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i do but cant give th answer
anonymous
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thats fine @pizza12 :)
anonymous
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what do you think it is @AskMeLotss
anonymous
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I think c
anonymous
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hmm let me check
anonymous
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i agree with c
anonymous
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yea c
anonymous
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How does E.E. Cummings maintain the lively, active mood of "in Just"? A. by employing allegory, apostrophe, and metonymy B. by talking about the weather C. by using unusual syntax, spacing, and punctuation D. by describing the children's voices
anonymous
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Whoe you got loads of ??
anonymous
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hold on a sec
anonymous
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i think B
anonymous
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I know...its a unit test soo... but i think its a
anonymous
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nvm its most likely b XD
anonymous
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i agree with @AskMeLotss
anonymous
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In the second stanza of "The Snow-Storm," how does Emerson describe the north wind to readers? A. He personifies the wind as a sculptor. B. He compares the wind to the old god of mythology. C. He explains that the wind lasts only a short time. D. He contrasts the wind to the heavy snow.
anonymous
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I got 4 more after this :(
anonymous
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ok i guess im wrong XD
anonymous
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@BeautifulTRAGETY11 im going with what you said :)
anonymous
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In the second stanza of "The Snow-Storm," how does Emerson describe the north wind to readers? A. He personifies the wind as a sculptor. B. He compares the wind to the old god of mythology. C. He explains that the wind lasts only a short time. D. He contrasts the wind to the heavy snow.
anonymous
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I think a
anonymous
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Which line from "The Snow-Storm" uses imagery to convey the sense that people experiencing the storm may view it positively? A. The sled and traveler stopped B. a tumultuous privacy of storm C. the whited air / Hides hills and woods D. the housemates sit / Around the radiant fireplace
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BRB
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k
anonymous
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D
anonymous
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thats what i got
anonymous
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thats what i got too XD
anonymous
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:)
anonymous
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Why does Hopkins call the woods he describes in "Spring and Fall" by the name "Goldengrove"? A. The name suggests the beauty of the leaves in autumn. B. Goldengrove is a nickname the speaker and Margaret use for the woods. C. The name alludes to the value of the timber in the area. D. Goldengrove is the name of the forest Margaret sees.
anonymous
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anymore help?
anonymous
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two mre :)
anonymous
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spoke too soon
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k
anonymous
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XD
anonymous
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i'll re-post it Why does Hopkins call the woods he describes in "Spring and Fall" by the name "Goldengrove"? A. The name suggests the beauty of the leaves in autumn. B. Goldengrove is a nickname the speaker and Margaret use for the woods. C. The name alludes to the value of the timber in the area. D. Goldengrove is the name of the forest Margaret sees.
anonymous
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im thinking a
anonymous
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sry but dont know that one :(
anonymous
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thats ok
anonymous
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XD last one! theni'll tell you what i got...
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wingspaninson's references to "wool," a "Vail" [veil], and "Ruffles" in "It sifts from Leaden Sieves" rely on which comparison? A. a comparison between snowy meadows and ghostly visions B. a comparison between snow falling and sewing C. a comparison between snow drifting and kitchen tasks D. a comparison between snow piling up and a mason working in stone
anonymous
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wait nvm c on the last one
anonymous
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c on which one?
anonymous
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the last one that i said i dident know
anonymous
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oh...XD do you know this one?
anonymous
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I chose a on that one
anonymous
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hmm
anonymous
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@BeautifulTRAGETY11? which one do you think it is?
anonymous
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oops sorry for tagging you XD
anonymous
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for this one
anonymous
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wingspaninson's references to "wool," a "Vail" [veil], and "Ruffles" in "It sifts from Leaden Sieves" rely on which comparison? A. a comparison between snowy meadows and ghostly visions B. a comparison between snow falling and sewing C. a comparison between snow drifting and kitchen tasks D. a comparison between snow piling up and a mason working in stone
anonymous
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i got A you?
anonymous
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this is hard....and its my last question :(
anonymous
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I think a too, im submitting my test...lets see what i got.. :(
anonymous
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:P
anonymous
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this was hard! uuuuuh
anonymous
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I got a.....
anonymous
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dont stress
anonymous
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I didnt pass :(
anonymous
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crap
anonymous
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sry :(
anonymous
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SIKE! I DID PASS! XD I GOT AN 83%! YAY!
anonymous
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>:D
anonymous
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>:DDDDDD HAAHAHAHHAHA! YOU THOUGHT I FAILED!
anonymous
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you mad? dont be mad at me, im thanking you for helping me pass XD
anonymous
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@BeautifulTRAGETY11?
anonymous
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thanks for helping me, I passed...
anonymous
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oh no i was makeing cookies XD
anonymous
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GOOD JOB!!!!
anonymous
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@AskMeLotss
anonymous
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sorry I was helping my dad XD
anonymous
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your not mad though right? XD
anonymous
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Nope XD
anonymous
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why do you keep going offline?! XD
anonymous
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oh sry baking cookies

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