What is a simple sentence

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Answer 1
Answer: A Simple Sentence, is simply a sentence that consists of only one clause, with only a single subject and predicate.
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Answer 2
Answer: A simple sentence does not have any connectives and is one clause. For example 'I like cheese'

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Which word is an antonym of buried?

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Revealed. Dig up. I prefer Reveal though..

What is/was the American dream? I need at least 10 bullet points about what the American dream was please somebody help me

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land, money , fertile land , Social mobility , Trading goods , sustainable life, wealth , to have everything paid off >.< these are some ideas, hope this helps! :)

Read the sentence. Later they discovered a faint trail through the dark forest. Which words are nouns?

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Trail and forest would be the two nouns you are looking for.

they are dark forest, faint trail, discovered

SOMEONE PLS HELPThey saw him marching out of camp, but they did not see the instant and terrible transformation which took place as soon as he was within the secrecy of the forest. He no longer marched. At once he became a thing of the wild, stealing along softly, cat-footed, a passing shadow that appeared and disappeared among the shadows. He knew how to take advantage of every cover, to crawl on his belly like a snake, and like a snake to leap and strike. He could take a ptarmigan from its nest, kill a rabbit as it slept, and snap in mid air the little chipmunks fleeing a second too late for the trees. Fish, in open pools, were not too quick for him; nor were beaver, mending their dams, too wary. He killed to eat, not from wantonness; but he preferred to eat what he killed himself. So a lurking humor ran through his deeds, and it was his delight to steal upon the squirrels, and, when he all but had them, to let them go, chattering in mortal fear to the treetops.

Which theme does this passage illustrate?

A good leader is strong and intelligent and treats his followers well.
Only the strong survive in the wilderness.
The desire to fight for power is an instinct.
The only way to learn something is to try it.

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only the strong survive in the wilderness . i think.


good if i could help;-)
It's hard to say which one it is for sure....

But I would likely chose either 'The desire to fight for power is an instinct.' Though it doesn't seem too likely, and/or 'A good leader is strong and intelligent and treats his followers well.' 

How is Wiesel establishing logos in this passage from “the perils of indifference

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Answer: he gives a specific example of a tragedy caused by indifference

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Necesito una oracion con "by"

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A sentence can be "I passed the exam by studying."