XDirections: Identify what innovative techniques in writing poetry is being described in the following poems. Write FL if it is figurative language or RS if it is rhyme scheme.
1. "The night is a big black cat, The moon is her topaz eye, The stars are the mice she hunts at night, In the field of the sultry sky." - The Night is a Big Black Cat by G. Orr Clark
I believe the poem in the question uses FL (figurative language) in an innovative way.
Figurative language refers to techniques used by writers in which they employ words with meanings that differ from their original ones. That is what we have in the poem "The Night is a Big Black Cat." Notice how every single line uses a metaphor. The night is being compared to a black cat, the moon to the cat's eyes, the stars to mice, and the sky to a field. Normally, authors do not use a metaphor in every line. And, in this case, the metaphors make the poem vivid and playful. We can't help but imagine the black cat chasing mice in a field and, because of the comparison, think of the night as if it chases the stars.
Which of the following explains a significant positive impact that the immigration of large populations of Chinese people had on places like Vancouver and Los Angeles?
A positive influence that the Chinese hadin North America is that d. Chinese immigrants established businesses and religious centers that provided their new cities with greater access to elements of Chinese culture such as arts, cuisine, and religion.
In the late 1800s, a lot of Chinese people migrated to the Americas with a particular focus on the Western coast such that they had huge populations in areas like Vancouver and Los Angeles.
Even though they faced a lot of racism, they still embraced their culture and showcased it to others through:
marshal arts training schools and more
In conclusion, the Chinese brought with them their rich culture and this allowed them to showcase it to their new neighbors such that a deeper appreciation for Chinese culture developed.
a. The increase of large populations of Chinese people established Cantonese as the lingua franca, allowing immigrants and local people to communicate.
b. The assimilations of Chinese immigrants created stability in their new city neighborhoods, giving the immigrants political power.
c. Most Chinese immigrants converted to the dominant religions of their new cities, prompting the construction of many new churches.
d. Chinese immigrants established businesses and religious centers that provided their new cities with greater access to elements of Chinese culture such as arts, cuisine, and religion.
e. Chinese neighborhoods were established on the outskirts of these cities as agricultural trade centers, introducing Asian crops to North America.
Chinese immigrants established businesses and religious centers that provided their new cities with greater access to elements of Chinese culture such as arts, cuisine, and religion.
The power to make laws is power, while the power to execute those laws is power. A. Executive, Legislative B. Legislative, Executive C. Legislative, Judicial D. Executive, Judicial
The virus responsible for the Avian flu _____.has been contained can be passed from human to human has renewed fears about a future global pandemic can be passed from birds to humans
D. can be passed from birds to humans.
Pathogens are organisms such as virus, fungi, bacteria, protozoa, worms that causes diseases to its host.
Avian flu is a strain or variant of the Influenza virus which is predominantly causes a disease in birds such as chickens. The virus responsible for the Avian flu can be passed from birds to humans; when anyone comes in contact with a bird that is carrying the virus i.e a sick bird with Avian flu.
Homeostasis can be defined as a process through which a living organism maintains a steady or stable physical, internal and chemical environment ideal to enhance life and proper functionality.
If a person becomes infected with a pathogen, such as a virus. The internal stimulus that mainly takes place in order for their body to maintain homeostasis is that their core temperature increases. This is because pathogens such as a virus do not thrive or survive in a hot environment; they're naturally allergic to high temperature (heat).
How did American Indians benefit from the Proclamation of 1763?
They were given territory between the Apalachian Mountains and the Mississipi River. The territory was marked as Indian Reserve.
The Proclamation of 1763 was issued by King George II after the Treaty of Paris that puts an end to the French Indian War and the Seven Years´ War.
The Crown was having difficulties to manage the colonies over seas so to maintain the American colonist in the same places and could still afford the administration of the colonies forbade all settlement west of the Apalachian Mountains upto the Mississippi River.
I hope this answer helps you.
In 1763, at the end of the French and Indian War, the British issued a proclamation,mainly intended to conciliate the Indians by checking the encroachment of settlers on their lands. In the centuries since the proclamation, it has become one of the cornerstones of Native American law in the United States and Canada.
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What were the three biggest changes from the 1950s to the 1960s?
Answer: Korean War begins when North Korea invaded South Korea in June.
President Truman receives the NSC-68 Report about the Cold War.