If you have not done so yet, conduct a brief search of the internet to find two audio performances of “sonnet 130.” as you listen, analyze the performances. then write a brief paragraph of at least 100 words contrasting the two performances. consider differences in the reading of the speech and the interpretation of the sonnet. which interpretation best matched shakespeare’s intended tone? cite specific lines from the sonnet to support your answer.
- "a nonrestrictive clause functions as a modifier to a noun (that is an object, person or concept). these clauses can be described by the following three options: it is set off by comas, it contains a subject and a verbs and it adds nonessential information to the sentence.
for example, in "here is bill gates, who confounded microsoft software company" we can identify "who confounded microsoft software company" as a nonrestrictive clause modifying the noun bill gates. this clause can be describes as a nonrestrictive clause because it is separated by a comma, it adds nonessential information to identify who bill gates is and it must contain both a subject (who) and a verb (confounded)."
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answer: c.) his bad side.
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is it multiple
answer: b (host)
viruses use the cells of living organisms to reproduce. the cell which is used by virus is called as "host cell". it is a living cell in which virus multiplies, example bacteria, plant or an animal cell.
in this, the virus is a parasite, which uses host cell for its benefit (reproduction) by using the cell machinary of host cell.