# Suppose you turn to the weather channel on TV because you want to know if the weather is good for ice-skating. The specific information you'll probably look for is the

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #1998
2 months ago
Most likely if you are trying to find out if you can go ice-skating you are most likely going to find out how cold it is. In other words you will be paying attention to the temperature.

## Solution 2

Guest #1999
2 months ago
Actually! you will not be looking for how cold it's outside cold isn't in current excistance bc there is only heated energy you don't find dome as of cold energy!

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Pleas check my work!! Question: Rewrite the following sentence to use an original absolute phrase. All work must be your own. Use proper spelling and grammar. He wanted a car. Answer: Andrew wanted a blue car, with white stripes.
Solution 1
Hmm....or you can do "Glaring out the window, Andrew was desperate for a blue car."

Or

Fingers crossed, Andrew begged his father to buy him a car
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Type four words that you use in a way that is different from their "proper" or standard meaning. These are probably words that you use in talking to your peers (like "cool"). Do not include words which are generally considered inappropriate for public use. Type the meaning of each word as you use it, then type the standard meaning of the word, such as you might find in a dictionary.
Solution 1

Sweet:

How people use it - Nice or kind

Standard meaning - Characteristics of sugar or honey; not salty, sour, or bitter.

Dude:

How people may use it - Friend

Standard meaning - A man; a guy

Blonde:

How people may use it - slow; unintelligent

Standard meaning - fair or pale yellow (hair)

Solution 2

There are many possible answers to this question.

Explanation:

Four words that are commonly used in a different meaning than the standard or original are:

Cop: used in the expression "Cop or drop?" to ask if the object should be gotten (cop) by the speaker or not. It also refers to the police. The original meaning: cop means to steal or to buy (usually narcotics).

Dog: used in many different ways, it mostly refers to a fellow or the bad quality of something. As known, a dog is a four-legged animal usually kept as a pet.

Sweet: used as a synonym for nice.

However, sweet means that something tastes like sugar or honey or something similar.

Lit is another word used in a lot of ways. It could refer to the good characteristics of something or someone; on the other hand, it also means that somebody is under the effects of alcohol. However, lit is the past and past participle of the verb light, that means to burn, among other things.

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The Fall of the House of Usher By Edgar Allan Poe Shaking off what must have been a dream, I scanned more narrowly the real aspect of the building. Its principal feature seemed to be that of an excessive antiquity. The discoloration of ages had been great. Minute fungi overspread the whole exterior, hanging in a fine tangled web-work from the eaves. Yet all this was apart from any extraordinary dilapidation. No portion of the masonry had fallen; and there appeared to be a wild inconsistency between its still perfect adaptation of parts, and the crumbling condition of the individual stones. In this there was much that reminded me of the specious totality of old wood-work which has rotted for long years in some neglected vault, with no disturbance from the breath of the external air. Beyond this indication of extensive decay, however, the fabric gave little token of instability. Perhaps the eye of a scrutinizing observer might have discovered a barely perceptible fissure, which, extending from the roof of the building in front, made its way down the wall in a zigzag direction, until it became lost in the sullen waters of the tarn. Roderick Usher's poem By Edgar Allan Poe I. In the greenest of our valleys, By good angels tenanted, Once a fair and stately palace— Radiant palace—reared its head. In the monarch Thought's dominion— It stood there! Never seraph spread a pinion Over fabric half so fair. II. Banners yellow, glorious, golden, On its roof did float and flow; (This—all this—was in the olden Time long ago); And every gentle air that dallied, In that sweet day, Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, A winged odor went away. III. ... And, round about his home, the glory That blushed and bloomed Is but a dim-remembered story Of the old time entombed. IV. And travellers now within that valley, Through the red-litten windows see Vast forms that move fantastically To a discordant melody; While, like a rapid ghastly river, Through the pale door, A hideous throng rush out forever, And laugh—but smile no more. What is a key difference between these pieces of literature? A One describes a house while the other describes a palace. B One describes a person, while the other describes an army. C One describes the valley, while the other describes a palace. D One describes the summer, while the other describes the winter.
Solution 1
A One describes a house while the other describes a palace.

Both pieces describe buildings that do not exist in their prime. The house in the first passage is old and falling apart, while people who walk by the palace described in the second passage talk of seeing ghosts and other spooky things where the palace was once golden and beautiful.
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PLEASE HELP, 60 POINTS !!!! Read the following prompt and type your response in the space provided. Khianna is preparing an INFORMATIONAL presentation for her science class. Her presentation discusses three different theories about what killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. The first theory is that an asteroid hit the earth, the second theory is climate change, and the third theory is that dinosaurs evolved into birds. In an essay of THREE FULL PARAGRAPHS, respond to the following prompt: 1. Explain what TYPES of media would be most effective for Khianna to use in her presentation and why. 2. Explain what TYPES of media should not be included in the presentation and why. 3. Describe 2 examples of media pieces that would be effective, and at least two examples of media pieces would not be effective.
Solution 1

The types of media for her presentation would be graphs and photos. The graphs would help her show climate change. Graphs could also help her show the evolution of birds. Photos could be used to compare birds to dinosaurs. Photos could also be used to show photos of the earth. The types of media Khianna should use in her presentation should be graphs, photos, and or a video.

There aren't really any types of media that shouldn't be used. Although sounds, and animations would not be effective to her presentation. As long as her media backs up her theories she should be fine. Animations and sounds would not work as as media pieces in her presentation because they wouldn't effect anything. These two media pieces also would not help persuade people.

Two examples of media pieces that would be affective would be a graph/chart and a video. The graph or chart could show climate change throughout history. The video could be about dinosaur and bird evolution. Two examples that would not be effective would be audio and animations. These examples would not be effective because they wouldn't help inform or entertain the audience.

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Hi there!! Can someone please check my work :D Question : In this lesson, we have focused on using strong and interesting word choices, combining short phrases to achieve complex sentences, and using subordinate conjunctions and absolute phrases. Use these tools to help you write a descriptive paragraph of three to five sentences for the following situation. Use proper spelling and grammar. Situation - Reading a book Answer: It was a dark and dreary day outside and there was nothing to do because the rain would not stop falling. I wandered around the house aimlessly until I found myself in front of the book shelf. I grabbed the first book I saw, and thought, "At least this'll give me something to do. It was a book about a girl who lived in India, I have never been to India, so it was very interesting to read. Hours went by, and soon my mother called to me and asked, "Claire, the sun is out, would you like to go out and play?" I then replied, "No, I would much rather sit here and read my book." Is there anything I need to change?
Solution 1

Here is an edited version of your initial answer (it was still great):

It was a murky and dreary day outside with nothing to do since the rain wouldn’t stop pouring down. Wandering around the monotonous house aimlessly, I suddenly found myself in front of the antique book shelf. I snatched at the first book I glimpsed at and thought, “At least this’ll give me something to do.” The book discussed the life of a girl who lived in India which I’ve never even stepped a foot in. Therefore, it was very exciting and adventurous to read. Hours went by and soon my mother shrieked, “Claire, the sun it out, would you like to go out and play?” I then responded, “No, I would much rather take the weight off my feet and read my book.”

Let me know if you need anything else.

- Dotz

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Identify the two words that eye rhyme in this excerpt from "The Brigs of Ayr" by Robert Burns. The simple Bard, rough at the rustic plough, Learning his tuneful trade from ev'ry bough; The chanting linnet, or the mellow thrush, Hailing the setting sun, sweet, in the green thorn bush; The soaring lark, the perching red-breast shrill, Or deep-ton'd plovers grey, wild-whistling o'er the hill Shall he-nurst in the peasant's lowly shed, To hardy independence bravely bred, By early poverty to hardship steel'd. PLOUGH BOUGH THRUSH BUSH SHRILL HILL BED BRED
Solution 1

Thrush, Bush

Eye rhyme is when two words look like they should rhyme because they are spelled the same. However, the words do not actually rhyme because they are not pronounced the same. Thrush and bush both have the same ush spelling at the end. Thrush is pronounced with a short u /uh/ sound. Whereas bush has a short /oo/ sound.

Bough and Plough both have the "ow" sound. Shrill and hill both have the short /i/ sound. Shed and bred both have the short /e/ sound.

Solution 2

Thrush, Bush;....................

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I am French and I have to write a letter putting the advantages and disadvantages of new technologies
Solution 1
New technologies have contributed to the development of communication and transport, which led to globalization. The internet has revolutionized our era, creating a constant flux of information as well as of money. Knowledge is now much more accessible. The world has a become a network. The technological revolution has facilitated our lives in various fields such as in industry or in housework. However, together with all of these benefifts, technology has changed who we are and the way we socialize with each other. This might represent the end of certain traditions and ways of life. In addition, one must take into account the way technology is being used in illegal spheres. A good example of this is the way terrorist groups around the world, most specificly ISIS, have begun to use social media to recruit new militants.
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Which third candidate's infomercial campaign pulled enough voters away from George H.W. Bush to give Bill Clinton the victory? A. Ralph Nader B. William Howard Taft C. Al Gore D. H. Ross Perot
Solution 1

The correct answer is D. The third candidate that pulled enough voters away from George H.W. Bush to give Bill Clinton the victory was H. Ross Perot.

Explanation:

Henry Ross Perot presented himself as a candidate for the presidential election of 1992 with the slogan "United We Stand, America" and a right-wing populist program. He used plain language to appeal to the "pure" people in the center of the country who faced the "liberal" (corrupt) elite on the East Coast of the United States who had "appropriated" the federal government and advocated "anti-American policies". Thus he promised the (true) American people that he would "clean the granary" of Washington so that it would stop undermining the values of the "people" and granting "special privileges" to the minorities, which supposedly did not deserve them. He obtained 18.9% of the votes, dividing the conservative vote that would have belonged to George H.W. Bush, who, with that percentage, would have won the elections.

Solution 2
Ross Perot's infomercial campaign pulled enough voters away from George H.W. Bush to give Bill Clinton the victory.

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What did the creators of the declaration feel compelled to do in order to maintain their credibility?
Solution 1

They put their signatures on the document.  This was their way of showing their commitment to the cause of breaking free from Britain.  Once this was signed with their names they knew there would be no turning back no matter what happened they were determine to attain independence from British Rule.

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Which two of the following are good research practices? Write down all the sources you use for research. Credit the blogs you use for your research. Interview your family and friends to gather information on the topic. Properly credit all the sources you use. Copy information from sources word for word.
Solution 1

- Write down all the sources you use for research.

- Properly credit all the sources you use.

Explanation:

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