2. PART B: Which detail from the text best supports theanswer to Part A?
Commonlit daughter of invention
The details from the text that best supports the answer to Part A.
"When I was done, I read over my words, and my eyes filled. I finally sounded like myself in English!"
"What we ended up doing that night was putting together a speech at the last moment. Two brief pages of stale compliments and the polite commonplaces on teachers, wrought by necessity without much invention by mother for daughter late into the night in the basement on the pad of paper and with the same pencil she had once used for her own inventions, for I was too upset to compose the speech myself."
NOTE: I am answering this question to the best of my knowledge since adequate information were not given for the question.
Part A question:
Which TWO statements describe the main themes of the story?
Part A answers:
Creativity and creation can bring great joy.
If you’re going to be an inventor or creator, it’s important to not be afraid to take risks.
Looking at the answers from Part A, you will discover that the details I stated in my answer support the themes as stated in the Part A answers.
In the story, the narrator revealed that she started writing recklessly and when she done, her eyes were filled. That should be tears of joy and satisfaction. She was proud of herself.
If one will be an inventor or creator, such one must be ready and not afraid to take risks. We discover that the narrator, despite the father's attitude towards her, she took the risk of still writing with the help of her mother.
after I finish mine I help them with their she recalled
I need a 5 paragraph summary of the secret garden NOW!!
The secret garden opens by acquainting us with Mary Lennox, a sickly, foul-tempered, unsightly little girl. Lennox loves no one and whom no one loves. At the start of the story, she is living in India with her folks. A dashing armed force commander and his paltry, lovely spouse—however is once in a while allowed to see them. They have put her under the steady consideration of various local hirelings, as they discover her excessively frightful and tedious to care for. Mary's conditions are thrown into complete change when an episode of cholera obliterates the Lennox family unit, leaving nobody alive however herself.
1. Which of the following statements is a step to perform before writing a synthesisessay? a. Understand the prompt. Think about the selected topic and follow instructions accordingly to support your ideas. b. Argue how the sources convey your ideas, and interpret the evidence for the reader. c. Reword your claim so the reader can realize you have written a new idea. d. Introduce your sources with proper citations, and argue how they will support your claim.
I believe A is the answer
Q1. Describe 4 events that took place during the Salem Witch Trials that surprised , upset, or made you feel disgusted. Mie Finca Read the CREping
1) The youngest hanging was of a girl named Dorothy Good, at the age of five.
2) Bridget Bishop, the oldest to be hanged at age of 60
3) That people who were innocent were hung
4) 200 people were accused, and 19 people were hung because of it
I will give the BRAINIEST use the words below in a sentence.( each sentence for each word.)
forstake confined arguable claim sanction
she claim that the book was hers.
his knowledge about the world is confined to books only
The words "she was careful now" indicate Heidi has become more.
Award of a situation and now was trying to not repeat that again
It literally says that she was careful now, which means that before she was not careful but now she is.