Which sentences contain an adverb clause?Darla set up a studio because she enjoyed painting. As Aaron was having a midnight snack, he heard a loud noise coming from the basement The entire town was searching for the girl with the red hair. They listened to what he had to say but disagreed with him in the end.
Adverb clauses, often starting with subordinating words, provide additional information to a main clause. In the presented sentences, the adverb clauses are: 'because she enjoyed painting', 'As Aaron was having a midnight snack,' and 'but disagreed with him in the end'.
In English grammar, an adverb clause also known as a subordinate clause, begins with a subordinating word such as although, because, even if, when, whenever, since, as though, whether, as long as, until, or while. It typically modifies a verb, adjective, or other adverb in the main clause of a sentence, describing when, where, why, how, how much, or under what condition the action occurs.
Going by this definition, the following sentences contain adverb clauses:
1. 'Darla set up a studio because she enjoyed painting.' The clause 'because she enjoyed painting' is an adverb clause modifying the verb 'set up'.
2. 'As Aaron was having a midnight snack, he heard a loud noise coming from the basement' Again, 'As Aaron was having a midnight snack,' is an adverb clause, explaining when Aaron heard the noise.
3. 'They listened to what he had to say but disagreed with him in the end.' Here, the adverb clause 'but disagreed with him in the end' modifies the verb 'listened'.
Keeping in step with Jesus means to obey his commandments and walking his path, praying to him daily and trying to follow his example of lifestyle and by listeneing to His words.
Also keeping the 10 commandements and love you're enemies
The old woman and her daughter were sitting on their porch when Mr. Shiftlet came up their road for the first time. The old woman slid to the edge of her chair and leaned forward, shading her eyes from the piercing sunset with her hand.The characters in the excerpt are an example of
A. religious fundamentalists.
B. people with disabilities.
C. the isolated lower classes.
D. the racially intolerant.
Answer: The right answer is the C) The isolated lower classes.
Explanation: Just to elaborate a little on the answer, it can be added that the only thing that we can infer from these lines is that these two female characters lived in isolation, since, when the mother saw a stranger coming up their road, she looked in the direction he was coming from, and this suggests that she was not accustomed to see people around. Later on in the story (Flannery O'Connor's “The Life You Save May Be Your Own”) the reader will discover that the daughter has indeed a disability, but this cannot totally be discerned from these initial lines - although the fact that the girl did not look in the direction of the stranger does suggest that she could not hear him approaching, since a child in that circumstance would have reacted at least with curiosity.
I think the answer would be C because based on what I read I think the old women and her daughter are isolated and how it said that a man came to them for the first time which gives a hint that the old women and her daughter are in fact isolated lower classes
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In the past, Europe was struck by a when millions of people got sick and died from the plague.
calamity is the correct term
the answer is Peaked Tyrant Calamity
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Read the excerpt from The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone by James Cross Giblin.A few genuine advances in understanding the hieroglyphs were made during the 1700s. The French scholar C. J. de Guignes observed that groups of hieroglyphs in Egyptian texts were often enclosed by an oval outline, which he called a cartouche. "Cartouche" is a French word that originally meant a cartridge, and the line around the hieroglyphs had a similar shape. De Guignes guessed rightly that the cartouches in hieroglyphic inscriptions were intended to draw attention to important names, probably the names of Egyptian rulers.
Based on this excerpt, what is the author’s view of the progress made in the 1700s?
A. A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs. B.Scholars had some success understanding the meanings of the hieroglyphs. C.By the 1700s, scholars had given up trying to figure out the hieroglyphs. D.Hieroglyphs in Egyptian texts were often enclosed within an oval shape this is for my daughter shes taking a test hurry hurry please
B). Scholars had some success in understanding the meanings of the hieroglyphs.
The author contemplates that 'the scholars have attained certain success in understanding the meaning of hieroglyphs.' This viewpoint is reflected when the author uses descriptions like 'De Guignes guessed rightly' regarding 'Cartouche' discovered by the French scholar, C.J. de Guignes. This approval of Guignes' by the author substantiates that he considers that scholars have achieved some level of victory in the development of heirogylphics. Thus, option B is the correct answer.
A: A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs
if its not B it might be A not for everyone though i actually learned in different programs the answer is in different letters. on Edge i got A: A French scholar first used the term “cartouche” to describe hieroglyphs. correct