The question was half complete but guy above me was technically correct aswell.
The answer in C. Blurry- boffo
D. It will be harder to get a good rate on a mortgage when you buy a house.
How people use it - Nice or kind
Standard meaning - Characteristics of sugar or honey; not salty, sour, or bitter.
How people may use it - Friend
Standard meaning - A man; a guy
How people may use it - slow; unintelligent
Standard meaning - fair or pale yellow (hair)
There are many possible answers to this question.
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.
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.
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.”
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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.