Which scenario shows an internal conflict best?. . . As a fierce snowstorm threatens their regiment, soldiers must overcome frostbite and starvation to survive.. . A soldier must confront her fears in order to help her comrades conquer the enemy.. . Two brothers, fighting for opposite sides in a war, face each other in battle.. . A young adult argues with her grandparents about enlisting in the military. @petiteme
Shon222 English 2 2
1.the decorations were reminiscent of autumn leaves.. -leftovers. -made. -reminders. -symbolic. 2.No buildings still stood at the epicenter.. -government hq. -most important area of the city. -highest ground,usually on a mountain. - point on earth directly above an earthquake. 3.The puppy wrested the squeaky toy from under the couch.. -buried . -dismantled. -hid. -pulled. 4.Luis angled the car obliquely into the parking spot and passed his drivers license test.. -abruptly. -indirectly. -nervously. -quickly.
KitKat22 English 2 0
1. Which of the following statements about American Romanticism is NOT true? . . Romanticism in American literature stemmed from Romanticism in British literature.. . Romanticism valued imagination and emotion over reason and intellect.. . Gothic short stories are a subgenre of American Romanticism.. . Love is the primary theme in the literature of American Romanticism.
james42 English 1 48
one last question i need checked. Select the correct definition of sentence fluency. . . Using foreign words to engage readers intellectually . . Combining sentences to use complex structure . . Describing strange elements so readers can visualize . . Understanding complicated details in other literature. I think it is C
polynesia English 1 0
1. Choose the direct objects. A grapefruit tree can bear 1,500 pounds of fruit each year. (Points: 1). pounds. . 1,500. . year. . no direct object. . . . 2. Choose the direct object(s), if any, in the sentence.. . Nathan went to the shopping mall. . . (Points: 1). shopping. . mall. . shopping mall. . no direct object. . . . 3. Choose the direct object(s), if any, in the sentence.. . We took the first exit and then the back road. (Points: 1). exit. . exit, road. . exit, back. . no direct object. . . . 4. Choose the indirect object(s), if any, in the
Yaso2 English 1 0
Why does the banker despise himself at the end of “The Bet”? A) When he pays off his bet, he will be a poor man. B) While his prisoner became wise and educated, he wasted his life. C) To get out of the bet, he was willing to murder a man. D) To pay off the bet, he must admit to his own greed.
melkaay92 English 1 0
All of the following word groups show parallelism except __________.. . . to Washington, DC; to the beach; to my grandmother’s house. . by yellow bus, by orange and blue airplane, by turquoise car. . little soda cans, impossible peanut bags, uncomfortable seats. . I want to go on vacation, my mom and dad, traveling overseas
princessdanae English 2 0
Give A Way Medal!! Which Which sentence most needs to be revised because its description is too vague? We hiked two miles uphill in the blooming forest today. We sprinted back and forth in the stuffy high school gym. We had to walk up several flights of stairs to get there. We stretched and then slowly jogged once around the track.
Jordan725 English 1 46
The most likely Reason the boys refer to Mr. Thomas as "Old Misery" is because. . A. his posture is stooped and misshapen. B. he is believed to be more than 200 years old. C. his house is the only one left standing after a bombing raid.. D. he lives a solitary life and does not interact well with others
Lafaver13 English 1 0