subject
English, 23.06.2019 07:30 jorgeb12316

Getting this questions right really need them ! 1. “the wind howled and shrieked” is the form of figurative language that gives human qualities to an inanimate or nonhuman thing, also called a. metaphor b. personification c. protagonist d. simile 2. the expression “my love is like a red, red rose” is an example of a. context clues. b. literal language. c. figurative language. d. none of the above. 4. the statement “life is like a box of chocolates” is an example of a. metaphor b. personification c. protagonist d. simile 5. when the writer/speaker makes a direct comparison stating that a thing is something else, s/he is using a a. metaphor b. personification c. protagonist d. simile 8. select the item that is a complete sentence. a. notice that the fragment is frequently a dependent clause or long phrase that follows the main clause. b. a story with deep thoughts and emotions. c. toys of all kinds thrown everywhere. d. a record of accomplishment beginning when you were first hired. 9. a literary term to describe the problem in a story, such as character-against character, is a. conflict b. plot c. setting d. theme 11. the character who is in conflict with the main character in a story is called the a. evangilist b. antihero c. antagonist d. protagonist 12. two men decided to go fishing. they rented a boat and went into the gulf of mexico at 6 a. m. they encountered rough water, and their boat capsized. now they are trying to hold on to the boat's upside-down hull, hoping to be rescued. a. character-against-character b. character-against-nature c. character-against-society d. character-against-self 13. select the item that is a complete sentence. a. because his car was in the shop. b. when you finally take the test. c. if you want to go with me. d. john waited. 14. he saw in the distance a beautiful, graceful bird soaring across the sky. the word soaring means a. falling b. gliding c. leaping d. slithering

ansver
Answers: 1

Another question on English

question
English, 21.06.2019 16:00
Read the excerpt from queen elizabeth's address to the troops at tilbury. let tyrants fear, i have always so behaved myself, that, under god, i have placed my chiefest strength and safeguard in the loyal hearts and good will of my subjects, and therefore i am come amongst you, as you see, at this time, not for my recreation and disport, but being resolved in the midst and heat of the battle, to live or die among you all, to lay down for my god, and for my kingdoms, and for my people, my honour, and my blood, even in the dust. which statement best describes queen elizabeth's use of rhetorical appeals in this excerpt? she relies on ethos by explaining that she has previous experience fighting in battles. she relies on pathos by providing examples of other successes she has had as a ruler. she relies on ethos by establishing that she is there for more than just recreation. she relies on pathos by using emotionally charged words to motivate the troops.
Answers: 1
question
English, 22.06.2019 00:30
Outline (1) (2) i. (3) a. (4) 1. (5) 2. 3. choose the best answer from the choices below to match with (3) from the outline above. a. detail b. introduction c. subpoint 1 d. main point 1 select the best answer from the choices provided a b c d
Answers: 3
question
English, 22.06.2019 02:00
In the metaphor or language as a layer cake ( presented in your study unit), which of the following words could be considered a "frosting" word? a. frequently b. occasionally c. prescient d. honestly
Answers: 1
question
English, 22.06.2019 06:00
Read the excerpt from act 3 of a doll’s house. mrs. linde: you seemed to me to imply that with me you might have been quite another man. krogstad: i am certain of it. mrs. linde: is it too late now? krogstad: christine, are you saying this deliberately? yes, i am sure you are. i see it in your face. have you really the courage, then—? mrs. linde: i want to be a mother to someone, and your children need a mother. we two need each other. nils, i have faith in your real character—i can dare anything together with you. krogstad [grasps her hands]. , , christine! now i shall find a way to clear myself in the eyes of the world. ah, but i forgot— how does the conflict in this passage develop a theme? mrs. linde creates a conflict by promising something she cannot give to krogstad, which develops the theme that empty promises can destroy relationships. krogstad continues the conflict by choosing clearing his name over having a life with mrs. linde, which develops the theme that you must often choose yourself over others. krogstad creates a conflict by deceiving mrs. linde about his intentions, which develops the theme that, in love, actions speak louder than words. mrs. linde resolves the conflict by committing to a new life with krogstad, which develops the theme that new beginnings are always possible.
Answers: 1
You know the right answer?
Getting this questions right really need them ! 1. “the wind howled and shrieked” is the form of fi...
Questions
question
Mathematics, 02.03.2021 22:50
question
Physics, 02.03.2021 22:50
Questions on the website: 14454346