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Romeo’s love for Rosaline is more sexually intimate than his love for Juliet. Hope this helps 🙂


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Read each of the excerpts from The Awakening. [Roger] never assumed this series-comic tone when alone with Mrs. Pontellier. She never knew precisely what to make of it; at that moment it was impossible for her to guess how much of it was jest and what proportion was earnest. It was understood that he had often spoken words of love to Madame Ratignolle, without any thought of being take seriously. *** During his oblivious attention [Roger] once quietly rested his head against Mrs. Pontellier’s arm. As gently she repulsed him. Once again he repeated the offense. She could not but believe it to be thoughtlessness on his part; yet that was no reason she should submit to it. He offered no apology. Which best explains how these two scenes from chapter 5 contribute to the novel’s plot development? They contribute to the falling action by describing the behaviors that take place between Roger, Madame Ratignolle, and Mrs. Pontellier. They contribute to the exposition by describing the behaviors that take place between Roger, Madame Ratignolle, and Mrs. Pontellier. They contribute to the resolution by describing the behaviors that take place between Roger, Madame Ratignolle, and Mrs. Pontellier. They contribute to the rising action by describing the behaviors that take place between Roger, Madame Ratignolle, and Mrs. Pontellier.

Answer: They contribute to the rising action by describing the behaviors that take place between Roger, Madame Ratignolle, and Mrs. Pontellier.

The Awakening is a novel by Kate Chopin, considered one of the first works of feminist literature in America. Set in New Orleans, the book discusses many issues of women’s lives, such as the meaning of femininity and the struggle of motherhood. It also discusses the political and social climate of the country, and in particular the South, at the turn of the century.

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How does the personification of hunger in these sentences help readers to better understand Sanger Rainsford’s conflict with himself (character versus self) in the story?

The excerpt tells readers that hunger was tormenting Rainsford by picking at him, like a person might. This use of personification helps to show readers the intensity of Rainsford’s hunger. It also highlights the internal conflict between his hunger and his desire for adventure. We know that he swam for a long time and fell into a deep slumber. He’s now starving but also feeling invigorated. As the story says, “He looks about him, almost cheerfully.” He even gets around and examines the place and finds signs of a struggle that had happened in the vicinity. His intense hunger is in conflict with his urge for adventure. Yet he retains the ability to think clearly and logically: “Where there are pistol shots, there are men. Where there are men, there is food.” Food becomes his priority over adventure, and he sets off to find food, eventually reaching Zaroff’s chateau.

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Details: After reading the journal article by Norris, analyze it with respect to value, content, and impact. Include only necessary information in your concise analysis! Base your responses on the following questions: Can enhanced listening skills improve the social and emotional intelligence – as discussed in the Norris paper – of business leaders? Explain! How does Norris’ analysis of listening skills compare to O’Rourke’s description? In what way does ineffective or barely existent feedback play a role in leadership behavior? Specifically, do feedback deficiencies encourage the development of attribution biases and stereotyping? Why or why not? Use an external source (e.g., journal article), O’Rourke, and the Norris paper to answer the question. After reading chapter 9 in your textbook, find and watch a short YouTube video (4 to 10 minutes) that shows a business person or actor deliver a speech, talk on a panel, or speak during a meeting. Observe the person’s nonverbal behavior and discuss the details. Specifically, in two (or three) concise paragraphs discuss how silence, space, paralanguage, artifacts, touch, as well as dimensions and functions of nonverbal communication are expressed. Remember to post the link of the video at the beginning of your discussion (and cite it in APA style below your discussion). Attachments: 8930457.pdf

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What is an abstract noun?

An abstract noun is a word which names something that you cannot see, hear, touch, smell, or taste.it is the opposite of a concrete noun.

Examples:consideration,parenthood, and belief

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Which excerpt from chapter 23 of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn most clearly illustrates that the duke is someone who does not take responsibility for his actions and would rather blame others if something does not go well? A) So the duke said these Arkansaw lunkheads couldn’t come up to Shakespeare; what they wanted was low comedy—and maybe something ruther worse than low comedy, he reckoned. B) Then the duke he lets the curtain down, and bows to the people, and says the great tragedy will be performed only two nights more, on accounts of pressing London engagements, where the seats is all sold already for it in Drury Lane.

Answer:

A) So the duke said these Arkansaw lunkheads couldn’t come up to Shakespeare; what they wanted was low comedy—and maybe something ruther worse than low comedy, he reckoned.

Explanation:

When Finn and the Duke had their show, just twenty people visited, and the vast majority of them left before the play was finished.  

This exasperated the Duke and, rather than trusting that his play was bad, he blamed the gathering of people for being excessively shallow and just needing “worse than low comedy.”

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Which one of these passages best expresses the meaning of elation? a loss of individuality, a violation of human nature, an unnatural act Swept off my feet, I floated from one side to the other, swiveling my brain, staring astounded at the beavers, then at the otters. a jargon word for what used to be called love exploring the details, then the details of the details, until all the smallest bits of the structure, or the smallest parts of the mechanism, are laid out for counting and scrutiny

The answer is: 
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“Swept off my feet I floated from one side to the other, swiveling my brain, starting astounded at the beavers, then at the others.”
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Note: The question asks: 
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Which one of these passages best expresses the meaning of elation?”
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Although no particular reading is provided, this correct answer can be inferred.

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What does this excerpt emphasize about the character of Regina?

The correct answer for above statement is:

her dismissive attitude toward her husband

Explanation:

Dismissive behavior can be a grin that implies stress or a furrowed brow show trouble or hate or rolling of the eyes to dispatch dissatisfaction, irritation or rage. It can be a hand movement to brush you away, or someone applying their back on you.It shows her rude behavior and attitude towards her husband.

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Make the following sentence more active : five books is the series have been writing by the author

Answer:

The author has written five books in the series.

Explanation:

Assuming the original sentence reads as:

“Five books in the series have been written by the author”.

In order to turn the sentence from its passive form to its active form, it is necessary to identify the object that performs the action and the one that receives it, and then proceed to switch their order.

Object that performs the action: The author.

Object that receives the action: Five books in the series.

Now switching the order:

The author has written five books in the series.

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Use the following passage to answer the question. (1) Water is something most of us take for granted. (2) If we need a cold drink or want to take a shower, water is there. (3) If we want to water our yards or wash the dishes, water is there. (4) For many parts of the world, however, this is not true. (5) Water is not everywhere it’s miles away. (6) To get water involves a long walk to and from the source. (7) Traditionally it is the job of women and children to spend their days searching for water. (8) Then, they gather it to bring back to their homes. (9) Sadly, even after that water is found, only some of its clean and safe enough to drink. (10) A number of groups across the globe have spent decades helping people get better access to water. (11) One such organization is called Water.org (12) It was started in 2009 by actor Matt Damon and Gary White, the co-founder of Water partners. (13) What have they accomplished so far Which sentence contains a word that should be capitalized? A. (12) It was started in 2009 by actor Matt Damon and Gary White, the co-founder of Water partners. B. (10) A number of groups across the globe have spent decades helping people get better access to water. C. (4) For many parts of the world, however, this is not true. D. (9) Sadly, even after that water is found, only some of its clean and safe enough to drink.

The answer is: [A]:
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ANSWER CHOICE: A. (12) It was started in 2009 by actor Matt Damon and Gary White, the co-founder of Water partners.
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Note: This answer is correct because this sentence contains a word: “partners”—that should be capitalized and written as “Partners”—as in: “Water Partners”.
Note: The capital “P” in “Partners” should be capitalized because “Partners” is part of the name of a company, “Water Partners”—which is a proper noun.
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Notes and explanation:  A passage is provided, with portions “sectioned/marked by numbers”. Then, the actual question is given:
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“Which sentence contains a word that should be capitalized?”
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(In order words, given the follow sentences/answer choices from the passage, which one contains a word that should be capitalized—that is NOT?):
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Answer choices given:
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A. (12) It was started in 2009 by actor Matt Damon and Gary White, the co-founder of Water partners.
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B. (10) A number of groups across the globe have spent decades helping people get better access to water.
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C. (4) For many parts of the world, however, this is not true.
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D. (9) Sadly, even after that water is found, only some of its clean and safe enough to drink.
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The actual “question” begins with the following “instructions”:
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Use the following passage to answer the question.”
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Then, the “question” continues with the “passage”, as follows:
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“(1) Water is something most of us take for granted. (2) If we need a cold drink or want to take a shower, water is there. (3) If we want to water our yards or wash the dishes, water is there. (4) For many parts of the world, however, this is not true. (5) Water is not everywhere it’s miles away. (6) To get water involves a long walk to and from the source. (7) Traditionally it is the job of women and children to spend their days searching for water. (8) Then, they gather it to bring back to their homes. (9) Sadly, even after that water is found, only some of its clean and safe enough to drink. (10) A number of groups across the globe have spent decades helping people get better access to water. (11) One such organization is called Water.org (12) It was started in 2009 by actor Matt Damon and Gary White, the co-founder of Water partners. (13) What have they accomplished so far”
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Then the actual question is posed:
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Which sentence contains a word that should be capitalized?”
(and continues, as explained above).

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A Bee Mystery Recent surveys around the world have found some very sad and troubling news. Bees are not doing well. According to Time: Science & Space, “an estimated ten million beehives … have been lost since 2006.” What’s worse, scientists are not sure why. Most beekeepers will tell you that bees tend to die in large numbers every spring. This is normal and necessary to keep a hive of bees healthy. But when the deaths add up to more than half the bees in an entire country, that is something altogether different and dire. Scientists have called this “colony-collapse disorder” or CCD. This name describes the effect, though, and not the cause of the die-out. Scientists simply do not know what is killing the bees. Many things make it hard for bees. Varroa mites move into a colony and weaken it. Further, these mites carry viruses that attack those that survive. In addition, a new bacterium was recently discovered that attacks bees intestinally and kills them. Beekeepers go to great lengths to protect bees from these invaders, and for many years have been able to control them. All these attackers and the methods used to combat them do stress the bees, however. Many feel the problem is not some new threat, but a decline in the habitat available to bees. Development of grasslands once home to wild flowers and food for bees has been universal. Pavement makes it easy to drive, but it replaces wild grasses and other food sources for bees. Perhaps, long before the mites and parasites moved in, humans took away enough of the bees’ habitat to weaken their health. We plowed under a varied habitat and planted—in many cases—a single plant like beets. Then we sprayed all kinds of chemicals on the beets to keep other bugs away and in doing so also harmed bees. Now, to treat all the mites and other invaders, bee keepers use additional chemicals to kill the invaders. These chemicals also shorten the life of the bees. Have the use of chemicals, loss of habitat, and invading parasites made life impossible for bees? Experts continue to argue various theories, but few have any answers. Colony collapse disorder is perhaps one of the most mysterious problems modern science has tried to solve. Whether the problem is environmental or an unknown disease, we will all feel the effects if bees continue to decline. Bees affect almost every aspect of the human food chain. From the fruits, vegetables, and grains we eat, to the grasses and grains we feed our livestock, we depend on bees to keep us healthy. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, bees account for 15 billion dollars in crops. Honey is a treasure for sure, but the real gold is in the strawberries, apples, peaches, and green beans we eat and need to stay healthy ourselves. All told, the outlook for bees is not good. The outlook for humans may not “bee” so good either. Based on the text, which of the following best summarizes why humans should care about bees? They support the production of a wide range of important crops. They efficiently make honey, which everyone loves and needs. They have many weaknesses because of chemicals. They give scientists interesting puzzles to solve.

The correct answer is A. They support the production of a wide range of important crops

Explanation:

In the text presented, the author explains in the last years an important percentage of bees have been lost and scientists are trying to understand this through multiple factors such as the Varroa mites, a new bacterium that attacks bees, lack of habitats for bees and use of chemicals in plants. However, the author remarks this issue has not been solved and if it could have important negative effects in human life, about this the author explains the death of bees affect human food chain, because multiple crops including fruits, vegetables, grains, and grasses depend on bees, which means the real treasure of bees is not the honey but their role in crops.

Therefore, the state that best summarizes the importance of taking caring of bees is “They support the production of a wide range of important crops”, because the author emphasizes the importance of bees is not the honey but that humans depend on them to eat as bees keep healthy multiple crops.

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