Identify the subject(s) in the following sentence. "I had intended to apply in August, but something came up."a. August, something b. Something c. I, something d. I
The correct answer is (c) There are 2 sentences connected with the conjunction 'but'.So there are 2 subjects,too. I and something
Answer: The correct answer is ( I, something)
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Two squirrels are gathering nuts for the winter. One squirrel hides each nut he gathers, while the other squirrel eats several nuts and hides only a few. The harsh winter comes around, and the second squirrel runs out of nuts before spring, while the first squirrel has plenty left over. What is most likely the author's purpose
Most likely, the author intended for this narrative to serve as a lesson about the importance of saving for the future.
The first squirrel, who hides every nut he gathers, is able to survive the long winter, whereas the second squirrel, who eats several nuts and hides only a few, runs out of nuts before spring. This may be meant to emphasize the value of saving and making plans for the future.
The first author is ready to forgo current consumption in favor of long-term survival, whereas the second squirrel places more value on short-term pleasure than long-term planning, suggesting that the story may also be meant to emphasize the advantages of delayed gratification and self-control.
Your question is incomplete, but most probably the full question was.
Read this scenario:
Two squirrels are gathering nuts for the winter. One squirrel hides each nut he gathers, while the other squirrel eats several nuts and hides only a few. The harsh winter comes around, and the second squirrel runs out of nuts before spring, while the first squirrel has plenty left over.
What is most likely the author's purpose in this story?
to teach a lesson about saving for the future
A) to honor squirrels for their hard work ethic.
B) to criticize those who don't share with others.
C) to teach a lesson about saving for the future.
D) to warn readers about squirrels stealing nuts.
Blasphemy is to religion as treason is to
As treason is to the state. Being blasphemous means betraying what your religion stands for or doing and saying things that act opposed to it. In a similar manner, treason is the same to your country.
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the great narrative poem _____.A.Decameron B.Don Quixote C.Canterbury Tales
c. Canterbury Tales
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the great narrative poem known as the Canterbury Tales. He is an English poet born from rich parents in 1342. His family owns several old buildings in London. The Canterbury Tales is a compilation of stories from 1387 to 1400. The story revolves around a group of thirty people who journeyed to Canterbury in England. Since it is a long trip, each of the travelers share story to everyone in order to kill time and forget how really far are they from their destination. Each person are said to have shared two tales going to Canterbury and another two tales going home.
True or false?The final e rule only applies when the root word ends with the letter e and the suffix begins with a consonant.
The answer is FALSE. The final e rule only applies when the root word ends with the letter e and the suffix begins with a VOWEL. Vowel suffix includes: -er, -ing, -est, -ed, able, -ation and -ance. For example: Root word is MAKE. Drop the last letter E and connect the suffix -ing = MAKING.
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