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English 4 From the middle ages

In the Middle Ages, Christians were expected to visit a priest yearly to offer confessions Read the excerpt from The Canterbury Tales. \”God’s arms!\” exclaimed one of these debauchees, \”Is the fellow then so dangerous to meet? In highways and in byways, street by street, I’ll seek him out, I vow it on God’s bones. […]

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english 3

What effect of the Great Depression is described in the song, \”Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?\” d. The men who had built and fed the nation and fought in World War I were abandoned and struggling to survive. I was walking along the street at that time, and you’d see the bread lines. The […]

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English World Lit Exam Review

A few years ago, she offered to give me the piano, for my thirtieth birthday. I had not played in all those years. I saw the offer as a sign of forgiveness, a tremendous burden removed. \”Are you sure?\” I asked shyly. \”I mean, won’t you and Dad miss it?\” \”No, this your piano,\” she […]

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English 4 B (calpac)

Which of the following characterizes a true epic and is seen in The Rape of the Lock?-D The sylphs try to prevent —-A Alexander Pope’s purpose for writing The Rape of the Lock was to-C The word desist means to-B Which of the following best describes the overall feeling that Pope meant to convey in […]

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Incredible English 4 unit 9 must / mustn’t

You mustn’t use your phone. You mustn’t listen to music. You mustn’t talk. You mustn’t cross the road here. You mustn’t run here. You mustn’t go left. You must listen to the teacher. You must be quiet. You must ride on the path. You must put your hand up. You must respect your classmates. You […]

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English III Mid-Term

Tending to cause sleep, relating to sleepiness or lethargy; something that induces sleep Soporific Extremely strict in regard to moral standards and conduct; prudish, puritanical Straitlaced Lasting only a short time, fleeting; one who stays only a short time Transient To whip, punish severely; a cause of affliction or suffering; a source of severe punishment […]

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English Unit 4 Narrative Essay

the noun that follows a verb and answers the questions whom or what direct object a word that expresses action verb who or what the sentence is about subject a noun that indicates to or for whom or what the subject acts indirect object it follows a linking verb and renames the subject predicate nominative […]

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English Language Arts 11th grade

What is the central idea of paragraph six of Of Plymouth Plantation? The land was cold, desolate, and dangerous, and the Pilgrims could not rely on the ship or their friends in Europe for survival. According to Of Plymouth Plantation, which statement best describes the relationship between colonists and American Indians? It was difficult, tense, […]

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FTCE English 6-12 Practice Test 1 Analysis

The English language is described as a living language because it changes due to growth and decay. In a living language, words are added and others cease to exist. English has changed over time due to historical influences, new science and medical discoveries and modifications in social attitudes. Romantic poets feel that isolation and alienation […]

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English Jane Eyre Characters

Her drinking sometimes allows Bertha to escape Grace Poole Beautiful on the outside, but not on the inside Blanche Ingram Jane’s only friend at Gateshead Hall Bessie Disapproved of Jane & Rochester’s intended marriage because he/she didn’t think they were equals Mrs. Fairfax Hypocritical because he/she wants to take care of the sick & poor, […]

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Essentials of English Communications

communication a systemic process in which people send and receive messages through symbols to discover and interpret meanings context circumstances important to the situation decoding the process of transforming and interpreting another’s message back into the receiver’s own meaning encoding the thinking process in which ideas and emotions are transformed into symbols and organized into […]

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Korean Teacher English

따라하세요. Repeat after me. 다같이하세요. All together. 한번더. Once more. 더크게. (Speak) Loudly. 시작. Start. \”숙제\”는무슨뜻이에요? What does \”sukje\” mean? \”book\” 은한곡말로뭐예요? How do you say, \”book,\” in Korean? 짝하고연습하세요. Practice with your partner. 질문있어요? Any questions? 여기보세요. Look here please. 이해했어요? Do you understand? 숙제제출해주세요. Please turn in your homework. 공부했어요? Did you study? […]

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English Exam 1 Peoms

The Study of Reading Habits Philip Larkin; free verse with some rhyming The Eagle Alfred Tennyson; iambic pentameter; rhyming Dulce et decorum est Wilfred Owen; iambic pentameter; ABAB The Ballad of Birmingham Dudley Randall; Ballad The Sea Turtle and the Shark Melvin B. Tolson; free verse with rhyming Mr. Z M. Carl Holman; free verse […]

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english 4

!!! http://www.chompchomp.com/terms.htm Prefixes: a, ab- as- contra- e- in- inter- mal- pre- trans- Simple Meaning away, away from to, toward against out, forth, away into, within between bad, abnormal, inadequate before across Suffixes: -able, -ible -al, -ial -ate -ary -ion -ive -ian -or, -er Simple Meaning capable of, able to process, act of doing to […]

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English Test Chapter 1: The Sentence – Study Review

fragment complete sentence or fragment? Just as Miguel entered the restaurant. fragment complete sentence or fragment? Where they make the best chocolate desserts. complete sentence complete sentence or fragment? My sister in college is studying all night. complete sentence complete sentence or fragment? The many-colored lights delighted the children. fragment complete sentence or fragment? Excited […]

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The English Teacher Quotes: Krishna

‘I got up at eight every day and swallowed a meal’ He also had to ‘mug up’ on Shakespeare before he taught it. The fact that Narayan used the word ‘swallowed’ instead of ‘eat’ or ‘enjoyed’ suggests that he is passionless at the start of the novel. After he has written his poem called Nature […]

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Essay on FTCE English 6-12 Practice Test 2

Identify the problem in the following sentence: I was on my to the store for some supplies when my tire goes flat. The sentence contains an incorrect verb tense agreement. The term etymology can be defined as the study of a word’s origins, including its history and evolution. A heroic couplet consists of lines of […]

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English Chapter 1 Critical Analysis

What is meant by \”citing a source?\” naming the source of the information It is necessary to cite a source because: it is academically correct, it is proper to give the author credit, the idea, work, or material is someone else’s Ideas, works, and words that are someone else’s must be documented because: they are […]

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Sentence Connectors in English

CONTRAST HOWEVER This restaurant has the best kitchen in town. However, their staff are quite rude. BUT He was a very passionate football player, but he just wasn’t very good at it. YET I’ve asked you a thousand times not to leave your dirty socks on the floor. Yet, you keep doing it. ALBEIT Albeit […]

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Wolfman English Teacher Word Cells

act do aero air alt high ambul go andr/anthr man anim life aqua water art skill aster/astr star aud hear belli war biblio book bio life cap head cardi heart chron time crat rule cred beleive cycl circle dem people dict speak doc teach duc lead fac/fic make flect/flex bend form shape frag/fract break gen […]

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GA-CCGPS English Language

Read the passage from \”The Beginnings of the Maasai.\” These cattle are sacred, because they are actually a divine gift from the sky god, Enkai. Our tribe makes a living by caring for the cattle, feeding them, and protecting them. What is the purpose of this passage? to explain why the culture honors cattle Read […]

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