What did we say to each other that now we are as the deer who walk in single file with heads high with ears forward with eyes watchful with hooves always placed on firm ground in whose limbs there is latent flight.Which statement about the poem is false?
Select the correct pronoun. Jerry gave (Jerry's) _____ copy of The Making of Americans to Alberto. he him his
Jerry gave (his) copy The Making of Americans to Alberto.
The answer is (his)
Jerry gave his copy of The Making of Americans to Alberto.
You have been invited to give a speech at a local restaurant. The person who is hosting the event has asked you to speak for 15 minutes on a topic of your choice. Walk though the process of deciding what to talk about and discuss the reasons and methods you would use to make an effective choice.
The reasons and methods I would use to make an effective choice would include:
1. identify the choices for a topic (To have an effective discussion, one would have to come up with effective conversation starters)
2. Have a thorough understanding of the subject (If a person were to start up a conversation and get the people to be involved, it would have to be about something they would know the answers to just in case someone has any questions)
3. Be interested in the subject (Another component that will engage the audience is if you are truly interested in the topic and not simply talking about it because you have to)
4. Persuade the audience to discuss this topic (The last step would be to ask or make remarks that the audience would want to respond to).
I took some parts of what the other person said, and made it BETTER.
im not really sure I can help but I will try
1. list out your options for a topic
2. do you know alot about your topic and enjoy talking about it? YES OR NO
3. Are you interested in your topic? YES OR NO
5. Can you perswade people in talking about this topic? YES OR NO
if you answered yes to all the questions above then it is a good topic
Yoyo didn't need much encouragement. She put her nose to the fire, as her mother would have said, and read from start to finish without looking up. When she concluded, she was a little embarrassed at the pride she took in her own words. She pretended to quibble with a phrase or two, then looked questioningly to her mother. Laura's face was radiant. Yoyo turned to share her pride with her father.What does the underlined idiom tell the reader about Yoyo?
She was cold as she wrote her speech, so she sat by the fire. She worked hard to finish her speech for the assembly. She was proud of the speech once she finished it. She finished the speech in a very short amount of time.
She was proud of the speech once she finished it.
took the test
What is a summary for The Monkeys paw part 4
The monkey's paw grants the owner three wishes. Sergeant-Major Morris throws the paw into the fire, but Mr. White quickly snatches it from the flames. Morris warns the family of its power and suggests they throw it back in the fire.
List two examples of irony from “The Lottery” story and explain how they are ironic.
In this story, winning the lottery means that you are stoned to death, not the recipient of a great prize. Secondly, the description in the first paragraph of the story is also ironic. Jackson describes the day as "clear" and "sunny," for instance, and notes that the flowers are "blossoming."
Two examples of irony from "The Lottery" story and how they are ironic.
The story "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson contains several examples of irony. Two examples are:
The title of the story itself is ironic because a "lottery" typically implies a chance to win something positive, but in this story, the lottery leads to a violent and tragic outcome.
Another example is when the townspeople gather for the lottery, they all seem to be enjoying the event and exchanging small talk, indicating a sense of community and unity. However, the outcome of the lottery reveals the dark and cruel nature of the tradition, making the cheerful atmosphere ironic.
These examples of irony in the story highlight the contrast between appearances and reality and serve to emphasize the theme of the dangers of blindly following tradition.