Which statement best describes how these themes interact in the tale? Gilgamesh and Enkidu are afraid of the threat that Humbaba poses to their lives, so they forego a chance at fame. Gilgamesh and Enkidu's desire for recognition and fame allows them to overcome their fear of death. When Humbaba threatens to kill Enkidu and Gilgamesh, he claims that he will achieve great fame. When Humbaba is aware that Gilgamesh is going to kill him, he begs for his death to be an honorable one.
Which statement about the author's persona is true? The author's persona is a created personality distinct from the author. The author's persona is the same as the author. The author is based on the author's persona in a text. The author's persona in a text is always based on the author. Mark this and return Next
Which topic would be most appropriate for a four- to five-page research paper? A. Are boys and girls different? B. Do children learn better in boys-only and girls-only schools? C. How many boys-only schools are in the US? D. Are male teachers or female teachers more effective?
HURRRYYY PLEASEE!!!!! Which sentence correctly uses a pronoun in the possessive case as an adjective? I am confident in mine partner's ability to lift me safely. I am confident in my partner's ability to lift me safely. I am confident he's ability to lift me safely. I am confident that Sean will lift me safely.
Which situational archetype is not represented in the story of Perseus? the Task or Tests the Battle between Good and Evil the Quest the Beauty and the Beast
A set of ideas about fundamental truths is called _____. a philosophical system an abstract idea an association a symbol
An interior narrative is made up of a. secrets. b. occurrences. c. statements. d. feelings and inner thoughts.
7. What type of character illustrates many of the traits associated with his or her stereotype? A. Individuated B. Antagonist C. Representative D. Protagonis
In "from the diary of samuel pepys," what conclusion can you draw about samuel pepts from his account of the great fire of london
1. Which of the following is a sign that alcohol is affecting your sleep pattern? your roommate or friend tells you that you've been snoring, even though you usually don't You sleep less but wake up feeling better You wake up more often during the time that you are usually asleep Both the first and third responses are correct 2. Some people become angry or aggressive when they drink. What should someone do if they suspect they may be an aggressive drinker? Drink alone so they don't hurt anyone Insist on working through any issues or resentments they have with friends when they have been drinking; even if the other person isn't willing Talk to a counselor about ways to change behavior while drinking, or how to stop altogether Only break their own things when upset to show respect for the property of others, including school property 3. What are the circumstances in which an underage student who isn't drinking can get in trouble for being around alcohol? As long as you aren't drinking, you can't get in any trouble Being at a party with alcohol in a residence hall or other place where it's against school policy to have alcohol Being by yourself at a school function with trained servers serving drinks to people of legal drinking age Being with underage friends who are drinking at a school function with trained servers serving drinks to people of legal drinking age 4. Which of the following will NOT help you succeed at school? Buying a planner or calendar app for your phone to keep track of assignment deadlines Avoid all extracurricular activities to maximize study time Treat your academics like a 9-5 job Develop relationships with your advisors, professors, and TAs 5. Which of the following is NOT a good activity to do before you head out to a party where you'll be drinking? Eat a high-protein meal Plan what time you are going to leave the party Take your allergy medicine so you don't forget when you come home Decide how many drinks you'll have 6. What is a blackout? It's another word for passing out after drinking too much It's when someone gets really drunk but still seems conscious and active, but they won't remember anything the next day It's when someone temporarily loses their vision from drinking too much, a.k.a. "blind drunk" It's when someone has had too much to drink and their mood goes from happy to very sad and depressed 7. Moderate drinkers may get some health benefits from alcohol consumption in the form of reduced risks for certain health problems. Which of the following disease risks is NOT improved by moderate alcohol consumption? Cirrhosis Type 2 diabetes Gallstones Both the second and third answers are correct 8. What is a "dry stadium"? A stadium where no concessions are sold A stadium with artificial turf that does not require maintenance A stadium where no alcoholic beverages are allowed A stadium with a roof to keep rain from falling on the playing field 9. Which of the following is NOT a true statement about disciplinary sanctions and transcripts? Suspensions and expulsions are the only disciplinary sanctions that show up on your transcript An expulsion will be on your transcript permanently A suspension will always show up on your transcript, and may affect employment opportunities Both the first and second answers are NOT true statements 10. Which of the following is a true statement about being charged with a DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated)? This will show up on future background checks that potential employers, landlords, and other entities might see There is no impact on your car insurance rates for your first DUI/DWI Most people charged with these offenses defend themselves in court, instead of getting lawyers Alcohol education or alcoholism treatment is only a part of the process if you are in a collision with someone else 11. What is a "Good Samaritan" (a.k.a. Medical Amnesty) policy in relation to alcohol abuse? If a friend has been drinking and gets sick or injured, you can call 911 or campus safety for help and you will not get in trouble even if you are underage and have been drinking too If a friend has been drinking and gets sick or injured, you can call 911 or campus safety for help anonymously, and the school will not try to find out who you are later If a friend has been drinking and gets sick or injured, anyone helping this person will get a reward from the university None of these answers are correct
Which sentence contains the best example of alliteration? Ten pieces of paper were placed upon the platter. Each child stood up as the teacher entered the room. At the break of day, the hikers packed their backpacks. Elton parked his car away from the busy market.
Commas are used to separate two or more __________ adjectives. conjunction coordinate compound unequal
What is the purpose of the first paragraph of this section of the Iroquois Constitution? to describe the meaning of the shell strings to describe the consequences of disobeying one’s tribe to describe the traditions of the Lords to describe the history of each tribe in the Five Nations
When examining a text for its value, it is important to __________. use a teacher’s or professor’s criteria for what makes a text valuable set personal criteria for what makes a text valuable judge the text based on syntax and diction make sure that one’s opinion aligns with a certain school of thought
"My vegetable love should grow/Vaster than empires and more slow" is an example of... a. paradox b. hyperbole c. metaphor d. simile
Identify the one illogical comparison among the following examples.A.When I drive a truck, I am higher off the road than when I drive the station wagon. B.I like dark-colored vehicles more than light-colored ones. C.The truck’s engine is more powerful than the station wagon. D.This station wagon has more seatbelts than does that truck.
Where is brittle deformation generally seen? a. in rocks near Earth s surface b. in gypsum and shale c. in rocks far below Earth s surface d. in limestone and schist
Which verb mood would work best for stating your opinion about a topic? (10 points) Indicative Imperative Conditional Subjunctive
Read the following excerpt and answer the question that follows. Abridged from Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe I was born in the year 1632, in the city of York, of a good family, though not of that country, my father being a foreigner of Bremen, who settled first at Hull. He got a good estate by merchandise, and leaving off his trade, lived afterwards at York, from whence he had married my mother, whose relations were named Robinson, a very good family in that country, and from whom I was called Robinson Kreutznaer; but, by the usual corruption of words in England, we are now called - nay we call ourselves and write our name - Crusoe; and so my companions always called me. What does the historical context of the writing demonstrate or tell you? Choose one answer. a. In that time, it was important to know where a person's family was from. b. In that time, it was important to lie about the true spelling of your name. c. In that time, it was important to avoid using a woman's family name. d. In that time, it was important to write novels about genealogy and history.
1. They appeared to me denizens of a brilliant existence. (“The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant") actors environmentalists deserters inhabitants 2. Failing that, I could have surreptitiously dumped the whole outfit overboard, written off the forty or so dollars as love’s tribute. (“The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant") happily slyly enthusiastically sorrowfully 3. But since he had called our names at the beginning of the service we were mollified. (from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings) baffled alerted calmed upset 4. We were maids and farmers, handymen and washerwomen, and anything higher that we aspired to was farcical and presumptuous. (from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings) puzzling too bold silly pitiful 5. The ugliness they left was palpable. (from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings) able to be felt strange hurtful imagined
Read the excerpt from "A Day for Wandering" by Clinton Scollard. I set apart a day for wandering; I heard the woodlands ring, The hidden white-throat sing, And the harmonic West, Beyond a far hill-crest, Touch its Aeolian string. “Aeolian string” refers to a harp-like instrument that plays when it is placed in the wind. Based on this definition, which statement best describes the speaker’s view of the wind?
Which is the following is a fact encountered by the recruiter when trying to fulfill Army recruitment objectives?
Pontificating is ________.speaking with claims of importancespeaking in a pompous waydrawing incorrect conclusionsdrawing conclusions with insufficient information
Which statement represents a difference between horizontal and vertical relationships? A. Both vertical and horizontal relationships represent equal status. B. Vertical relationships involve equal status, while horizontal relationships represent unequal status. C. Both vertical and horizontal relationships represent unequal status. D. Vertical relationships involve unequal status, while horizontal relationships represent equal status.
Which of these sentences gives the best description of the American identity? America is a melting pot of people of diverse ethnicities who share the common American dream. The American identity is often reflected in American literature, which shows the many different perspectives that exist in the United States. As the nation's identity has grown and changed over time, that growth and change is reflected in American literature.
4. The main reason self-confidence is important in human relations is because A. self-confidence makes you seem more interesting to other people. B. forming relationships involves risk. C. the alternative to self-confidence is no confidence. D. self-confidence makes you appear important in the eyes of other people
If you invented something that used light, what root word would likely be in your invention's name? Astro Lum Phon Vis