English
English, 25.11.2021 09:50, veronica022

Rich, publish suffix and prefix

Rich, publish suffix and prefix
answer
Answers: 3
Get

Other questions on the subject: English

image
English, 21.06.2019 19:40, topangabraith
Read this excerpt from "hope, despair, and memory" and answer the question. and yet it is surely human to forget, even to want to forget. the ancients saw it as a divine gift. indeed if memory us to survive, forgetting allows us to go on living. how could we go on with our daily lives, if we remained constantly aware of the dangers and ghosts surrounding us? the talmud tells us that without the ability to forget, man would soon cease to learn. without the ability to forget, man would live in a permanent, paralyzing fear of death. only god and god alone can and must remember everything. which of the following demonstrates one of the metaphors and its meaning in the above excerpt? forgetting = a divine gift forgetting = danger remembering = ability to learn remembering = a divine gift
Answers: 3
image
English, 21.06.2019 22:00, beanokelley
Will anyone be able to check for grammatical errors and give an opinion on the essay itself? write about the following topic: some people believe that allowing children to make their own cholces on everyday matters (such as food, clothes and entertainment) is likely to result in a society of individuals who only think about their own wishes. other people believe that it is important for children to make decisions about matters that affect them. discuss both these views and give your own opinion. —— nowadays, in this busy and fast developing world teaching children from an early age to cope with their own decisions (such as food, clothes etc.) and then take the coincidences after that is something that a lot of people believe that it is important for them. on the other hand other people think that it might end up in a society of humans who put their wishes before anyone else's. but which one of these views will predominate? firstly, the people who allow their children to make their own decisions are the people who everyone should look up to. it is important to let your children learn from the mistakes their make. the parents can not be with them all the time every day and for that reason, teaching them to deal with their decisons or even problems will them in the future. of course, there are always disadvantages such as some people may really forget about that their children will need them at a certain point in life and may loose connection whit them. but that is why it should have that moderately path, where kids will make their own decisions but will feel comfortable to always ask for a advice tueur parents. on the other hand, there are and the second type of parents which think that too much individualism is not good. it really depends on the parents how they will teach their children to carry on with the independence they have. a lot of them might forget that they are still kids and will need and advices from time to time and because of that the parents turn their kids in individuals who only think about their own wishes due to the fact that they are let on their own and have to cope with everyone and everything by themselves. in conclusion, i think that the best decision someone can make is to look up to the first type of parents. that way they will be able to train their children to become independent people who will respect the wishes of others and they will be able to cope with their decisions in the future when they need it.
Answers: 1
image
English, 21.06.2019 23:00, jamisoncameron000
According to the study, a is when you string one quote after another in an essay without connecting them
Answers: 1
image
English, 22.06.2019 02:00, kris22elizondop9v1bb
What is the effect of narrator's word choice on the tone of this passage? the words "my heart shrank within itself" create a fearful tone. the words "wounded his fellow" develop a remorseful tone. the words "struck harsh upon my ears" suggest an irritated tone. the words "better-omened" set a hopeful tone. excerpt from "the cabuliwallah" by rabindranath tagore i was sitting in my study, looking through the accounts, when some one entered, saluting respectfully, and stood before me. it was rahmun the cabuliwallah. at first i did not recognise him. he had no bag, nor the long hair, nor the same vigour that he used to have. but he smiled, and i knew him again. "when did you come, rahmun? " i asked him. "last evening," he said, "i was released from jail." the words struck harsh upon my ears. i had never before talked with one who had wounded his fellow, and my heart shrank within itself when i realised this; for i felt that the day would have been better-omened had he not turned up.
Answers: 3
Do you know the correct answer?
Rich, publish suffix and prefix...

Questions in other subjects:

Total solved problems on the site: 14441081