daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
Atalanta is thinking about applying for a part-time job. She doesn't want anything to interfere with her education.
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daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
Which is the best way to combine these two sentences? A. Atalanta is thinking about applying for a part-time job but she doesn't want anything to interfere with her education. B. Atalanta is thinking about applying for a part-time job, but she doesn't want anything to interfere with her education. C. Atalanta is thinking about applying for a part-time job; she doesn't want anything; to interfere with her education. D. Atalanta is thinking about applying for a part-time job; to interfere with her education, she doesn't want anything.
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
@jakyfraze can u help me if not thats ok
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
i think b what do you think

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jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Have you ever heard of the "comma before the and is necessary"?
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
no
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
by the way i am still doing that test
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 if it is not a list of things the comma before the and is unnecessary. Oh wait it is B. This sentence is correct, "He hit the ball well, BUT he ran toward third base"
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
It seems like B to me too
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
ok thx
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 I'm not the best at literature so don't expect the best =) lol
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
oh can u help me with one more please
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
ok
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Was it correct? And sure I'll try
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
i dont know ill let yoo know when im done with the test
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Okay, send the next question. @daisyduck04
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
Angela is writing a persuasive paper for her writing class about the importance of music in elementary and middle schools. Which of the following is an appropriate sentence for Angela's paper? Music totally helps me and my friends learn this cool stuff, like reading notes. I really want to go to music class because it is the easiest class that I take. Music class helps students understand the importance of individuality and art. Through the extensive use of the violin, my dexterity has significantly increased. A. Sentence 3 B. Sentence 4 C. Sentence 1 D. Sentence 2
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 I'd say, "Music class helps students understand the importance of individuality and art." do you agree?
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
actually yeah i do agree :)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
=)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
im sorry but do you have time to help me with one more please just one more
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Okay, I'll try! Remember I may not be the best at literature. =)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
Jordan knew he wanted to become a great chef from his very first day in his home economics class. As soon as he got home from school, Jordan logged on to his library's Web site. He searched for "cookbooks," "cooking for kids," and "desserts." He put about 10 books on hold. Then Jordan asked his parents if he could take a class called "Cookin' Kids," which was being offered at their town's community center. That weekend, Jordan went to the supermarket with his dad for the first time in years and, clutching a recipe he'd copied from one of his mom's old cookbooks, he hunted down all the ingredients to make a triple-layer coconut cake for his sister's birthday. All the while, he kept thinking about how he wanted to take home economics in seventh grade as well, and in eighth grade, too. Were there any cooking schools in his area, he wondered? Did colleges offer cooking as a major? How good did someone need to be to get into one of these schools? He would find out as soon as he got home.
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
read this
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
How does the author support the idea that Jordan wants to become a great chef? A. by naming the cookbooks Jordan is interested in B. by listing the steps Jordan takes to meet his goal C. by describing Jordan's experiences in home economics D. by showing Jordan making a cake for his sister
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduke done
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
daisy duke ?
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 first, what do you think are the answer choices you can eliminate?
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Oops. mistake Lol Sorry about that. Apparently someone has that name =)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
a and d
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Great job, yes. Now if I told you that to become a chef (or anything, really) you had to take steps to make that happen and learn about what you need to do to get there, which answer would you choose?
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
b
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 YUP. I'd say B, as well.
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
thank you i was not sure i actually thought c but i guess not :) :) :)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
C is an easy one to think, no worries =)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Jordan knew he wanted to become a great chef from his very first day in his home economics class.
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
hahhaha
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Lol, irk they like to trick
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
irk?
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
"ikr" grammar nazi lol
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Just kidding, it means "I know right"
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
oh ok
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
actually i think you got mest up the first time bcus you put irk instead of ikr
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Lol, yeah I did.
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
i am also really sorry but i neeed help on this last one im almost done with the test so
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Don't worry @daisyduck04 you'd help me, right?
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
ofcourse
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Then fire away @daisyduck04 =)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
First of all, the wallpaper in the living room was ripped and yellowing. Not only that, the bathroom mirrors were shattered, and the bathtubs were missing! The paint was flaking off the ceilings in every single room, and the refrigerator was from 1952. It looks great now, but nobody believes me when I tell them how it started out.
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Okay
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
A. The refrigerator was disgusting and smelly. B. My mom bought a brand-new house last year. C. Our house was a disaster when we moved in. D. The kitchen was the ugliest one I'd ever seen.
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Where is the question?
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
Which topic sentence best belongs with the details above? A. The refrigerator was disgusting and smelly. B. My mom bought a brand-new house last year. C. Our house was a disaster when we moved in. D. The kitchen was the ugliest one I'd ever seen.
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Got it
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
sorry i did not notice the question
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 what you wanna eliminate
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
it was so close to the story i did not get that
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
ITs okay :)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
um a,d?
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
YUP! Nice.
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Okay, " My mom bought a brand-new house last year. of all, the wallpaper in the living room was ripped and yellowing. Not only that, the bathroom mirrors were shattered, and the bathtubs were missing! The paint was flaking off the ceilings in every single room, and the refrigerator was from 1952. It looks great now, but nobody believes me when I tell them how it started out." DOES that sound like a Brand-new house? =)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
no
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
oh so c
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
I'd say C, too. Nice job. =)
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
thx
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Your welcome @daisyduck04
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
really thank you you helped me with 4 questions
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
I know, :)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
You're welcome, trust me @daisyduck04 I know what needing the help feels like, so its fine
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
yeah and also let me know when you need help with more spanish ok
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
and did u give me that medal
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
@daisyduck04 Yes, thank you! =)
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
Yes. :D I did
daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
thx
jakyfraze
  • jakyfraze
No problem!

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