Which is the best boarding school in my area?
Communities of organisms coexist in organized, balanced _____? A-ranges B-territories C-ecosystems D-populations
Are there any great sites where I can get textbook answers for most of the high school books we use?
Read the excerpt from "Mother Tongue." Lately, I’ve been giving more thought to the kind of English my mother speaks. Like others, I have described it to people as “broken” or “fractured” English. But I wince when I say that. It has always bothered me that I can think of no other way to describe it other than “broken,” as if it were damaged and needed to be fixed, as if it lacked a certain wholeness and soundness. How does Tan build a central idea of her story in the excerpt? Tan discusses her thoughts about language to build the idea that the English language does not have words to match some Chinese terms. Tan discusses her relationship with her mother to build the idea that mothers and daughters in all cultures often have misunderstandings. Tan discusses her mother’s use of English to build the idea that a form of language can be purposeful and meaningful even if it is nonstandard. Tan discusses the English language to build the idea that there is a lack of appropriate synonyms for the word “broken.”
What is the main inference that can be drawn from voltaire’s book treatise on toleration?
The sapling of a pine trees grows to adulthood. What is the next step in its life cycle?
Voy a la República Dominicana para visitar a mis _________ (relatives) . (1 point)
Respond in a paragraph and make sure your answer is written in complete sentences. Write a fully developed paragraph that contrasts the effects of war in two of the following works: "Cranes," "Thoughts of Hanoi," and "Tokyo."
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Some say that it is a heads or tails on whether or not to leave answers blank if you don't know, I'm going to go a step further and say that it is *absolutely* NOT better to leave a blank answer, and here's why: The SAT counts off 1/4 of a percent for every wrong answer. So, let's say you have four questions that you are unsure of...if I suppose that in all the four of them, the simple law of probability is that you are going to get at least one right. This means that the ** you have the right to cancel out the three that are wrong. Now imagine if you guess correctly in two of them...? To see what I mean?? In addition, the standard in the SAT is of 5 answer choices for each of the multiple-choice questions. If you can reasonably infer at least one answer (and it is usually very easy, at least less of two possible responses), then you are 100% better by taking a guess.
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