About wolves appearance

QUESTION POSTED AT 19/08/2019 - 05:56 PM

Answered by answersmine AT 19/08/2019 - 05:56 PM

Answer:

wolves have strong paws for running, when running, they use their tale for balance like a cheetah's tale. They have thick fur to protect them from the cold, help them not get so soaked in the rain and making it hard for them to run since they're carrying so much water if they're soaked, so the thick fur helps them stay dry. A wolf has a strong sense of smell, hearing, and sight.

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ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:39 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 03:39 AM

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I think it is the first paragraph of the excerpt

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 02:47 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 02:47 AM

Read the excerpt from The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. "We have common friends,” said Mr. Utterson. "Common friends,” echoed Mr. Hyde, a little hoarsely. "Who are they?” "Jekyll, for instance,” said the lawyer. "He never told you,” cried Mr. Hyde, with a flush of anger. "I did not think you would have lied.” "Come,” said Mr. Utterson, "that is not fitting language.” The other snarled aloud into a savage laugh; and the next moment, with extraordinary quickness, he had unlocked the door and disappeared into the house. Which statement best describes how Mr. Hyde is characterized in the excerpt? The author uses direct characterization to show readers that Mr. Hyde is a sinister man. The author uses direct characterization to show readers that Mr. Hyde has a strange appearance. The author uses indirect characterization to show that Mr. Hyde is lonely and misunderstood. The author uses indirect characterization to show that Mr. Hyde is rude and uncivilized.

The author uses indirect characterization to show that Mr. Hyde is rude and uncivilized.

Indirect characterization is when the author shows the traits of the character through his or her speech, thoughts, actions, effects on others, and looks. For example a character who looks unclean with ragged torn clothing would be characterized as poor or homeless. The author doesn't specifically say this, but rather shows it through details. Direct characterization is when the author specifically tells you a character trait. For example, Sam was always dishonest; he never told the truth to anyone about who he really was. In this example Sam is being directly characterized as dishonest. In the excerpt, Mr. Hyde is never directly characterized. His traits are never explicitly stated. Instead the reader must infer them which is indirect characterization. In this excerpt, Mr. Hyde is not shown as being lonely or misunderstood. He's just plain rude.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:32 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:32 AM

Which statement best represents the power of the modern-day monster on readers? A. The author challenges readers to identify the monster based on physical appearance. B. They cause readers to fear those in society who are different from them. C. The author reminds readers that the monster's only motive is to spread evil. D. The monster challenges readers to recognize that a monster could be an ordinary person, not just an outcast.

The correct answer is D.

People usually associate people who are different in some sense -antisocials, people with a physical deformity or people with strange interests- with monsters.

However, the author challenges readers to realize that being different does not mean the person is a monster, and that, ordinary looking people could be monsters in disguise.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:11 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 01:11 AM

These words appear in Sophocles's Antigone. Match each word to its synonym. eternal arrowBoth transgressor arrowBoth habitual arrowBoth brass

Antigone" by Sophocles concerns the quest to reestablish humane society after the horrors of war. It is an ancient play which asks questions still relevant today about the behavior of those in power and simple acts of decency in the face of unspeakable cruelty. 

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:15 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:15 AM

Read the passage from Ozymandias. And on the pedestal these words appear: "My name is Ozymandias, king of kings; Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level sands stretch far away. Which word from the poem best summarizes the overall mood of the poem? king despair decay colossal

King is the word that sticks out at most. Despair, decay, and colossal all invoke the same concept together as being elements below the king. King is able to summarize the mood in a way that leaves nothing of similar grandeur around Ozymandias. While colossal may stick out in a similar way to king, colossal is used to describe the wreck that Ozymandias tells all those mighty and despair to notice. The self-proclaimed title "King of kings" is what sets the mood of the poem on a very grand level.

ANSWERED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:03 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 23/09/2019 - 12:03 AM

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Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

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Consider these sentences:

Our parents pay for our cell phones.

They like to be in constant contact with us.

Which sentence uses parenthetical elements most effectively to combine the information in the sentences?

Parents (who pay for our cell phones) like to be in constant contact with us. Parents who pay for our phones (like to be) in constant contact (with us). Our parents like to be in constant contact with us (even though) they pay—for our cell phones. Liking to be in constant contact with us, our parents—pay—for our cell phones.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:15 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:15 PM

Questions about “The Call of The Wild” by Jack London 1. Because of his valor and strength, it was easy for Buck to save John Thornton from drowning. A) true B) false Multiple Choice 2. What exploit did Buck accomplish that made John Thornton jubilant? (1 point) A) Buck attacked "Black" Burton for punching John Thornton. B) Buck won a bet for John Thornton. C) Buck was willing to jump off a cliff for John Thornton. 3. Before Buck attempted to break out the frozen 1,000-pound sled-load, John Thornton whispered to him, "As you love me." Why did this seem like a conjuration to the crowd? (1 point) - The crowd thought John Thornton was cheating. - The crowd thought it was a silly display of affection. -The crowd thought it seemed like magic. 4. What does preemptory mean? (1 point) - commanding - prompt - temporary 5. Which of the following is important in creating a character in literature? Choose all that apply. (1 point) - social context - physical traits -season of the year 6. Buck tracked one particularly large quarry for days in the wilderness. What was it? (1 point) - a wild wolf - a wounded elk - a wounded moose 7. Which of the following is a definition of theme? (1 point) - the physical location of a story - the words and actions of a character - a universal idea communicated in a story 8. Whom or what did Buck meet in the wilderness in one of his times of roaming? (1 point) -a Yeehat Indian - a wild wolf - a skeleton 9. When Buck finally answered the "call of the wild," what did he do? (1 point) -He became the leader of a pack of wild wolves. -He joined the Yeehat Indians. - He returned to the southern lands in search of his birthplace. 10. At the end of the novel, Buck could be described as a carnivorous fiend. What does this mean? (1 point) -a friendly meat-eater -a meat-eating devil -a romping beast

1. False 
2. B
3.C
4.A
5.A,B
6.C 
7.C
8.B
9.A
10.B
Hope this helped :)

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:11 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 09:11 PM

Auroras are lights that appear at earth’s northern and southern poles. what is the main cause of an aurora?

Answer:

The main cause of an aurora is that Solar wind enters Earth’s atmosphere, and particles interact with ions.

Explanation:

The aurora is the result of collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere when they come with charged particles releasing from the sun's atmosphere. This is a very popular spectacle due to the variety of colors that we can see among this lights are also caused by the  different chemicals, for example, pale yellowish-green is produced by oxygen, red is produced by high-altitude oxygen, and blue or purplish-red by nitrogen.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:52 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 07:52 PM

Adapted from The Expansion of the United States from A Short History of the World by H.G. Wells The region of the world that displayed the most immediate and striking results from the new inventions in transport was North America. Politically, the United States embodied, and its constitution crystallized, the liberal ideas of the mid-eighteenth century. It dispensed with state-church or crown, it would have no titles, it protected property jealously as a method of freedom, and it gave nearly every adult male citizen a vote. Its method of voting was crude, and therefore its political life soon fell, but that did not prevent the newly emancipated population from developing an energy, enterprise, and public spirit far beyond that of any other contemporary population. Then came that acceleration of locomotion. It is a curious thing that America, which owes most to this acceleration in locomotion, has felt it least. The United States has taken the railway, the river steamboat, the telegraph, and so forth as though they were a natural part of their growth. They were not. These things happened to come along just in time to save American unity. The United States of today was made first by the river steamboat, and then by the railway. Without these things, the present United States would have been altogether impossible. The westward flow of population would have been far more sluggish. It might never have crossed the great central plains. The first state established beyond the river was the steamboat state of Missouri in 1821. But the rest of the distance to the Pacific was done in a few decades. If we had the resources then, it would be interesting to show a map of North America year by year from 1600 onward, with little dots to represent hundreds of people, each dot a hundred, and stars to represent cities of a hundred thousand people. For two hundred years, the reader would see the little dots creeping slowly along the coastal districts and navigable waters, spreading still more gradually into Indiana, Kentucky, and so forth. Then somewhere about 1810 would come a change. Things would get more lively along the river courses. The dots would be multiplying and spreading. That would be the steamboat. Then from about 1850 onward would come the black lines of the railways, and after that the little black dots would not simply creep but run. Then suddenly here and then there would appear the first stars to indicate the first great cities of a hundred thousand people. First one or two and then a multitude of cities—each like a knot in the growing net of the railways. The growth of the United States is a process that has no precedent in the world's history; it is a new kind of occurrence. Such a community could not have come into existence before, and if it had, without railways it would certainly have dropped to pieces long before now. Without railways or telegraph, it would be far easier to administer California from Pekin than from Washington. But this great population of the United States of America has not only grown outrageously; it has kept uniform. Nay, it has become more uniform. The man of San Francisco is more like the man of New York today than the man of Virginia was like the man of New England a century ago. The United States is being woven by railway, by telegraph, more and more into one vast unity, speaking, thinking, and acting harmoniously with itself. Soon aviation will be helping in the work. 2. Directions: Select ALL the correct answers.Which two statements summarize main ideas of the text? Historically, innovations in travel led to westward expansion in the United States. In the early years of the United States, most male citizens had the freedom to vote. Old maps of the United States show very little migration beyond the East Coast. Transportation and communication have served to unify United States citizens. The United States now includes many cities that have a population over 100,000.

The first one and the fourth one seem as good summaries

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 06:29 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 06:29 PM

Question 1 Read the following paragraph and answer the question that follows. As soon as she got her console out of the package, she pressed the power switch. Within seconds, the green light appeared, and a smile crept across Jessica's face. This was the day she had been waiting for. Barely stifling laughter of excitement, she grabbed her controller and pressed the Home button. Instantly a blue screen welcomed her to her new system and asked whether she was interested in Movies, Games, Internet, or Chat. Jessica was so thrilled she didn't know which one to pick first! Which point of view does this author use? Objective Limited Omniscient Omniscient First person Question 2 When a character overcomes several obstacles on the way to his or her journey's end, this is known as the Falling Action Exposition Dénouement Rising Action Question 3 Which of the following sentences is in an objective point of view? Without more information, I was unable to make up my mind. Sammy felt afraid, but Marissa was filled with excitement. The door was red, with a small, brass handle in the middle. She wrote her book slowly, savoring every word she typed.

ok HI

first of all DO NOT RATE THIS LOWER THAN 4 STARS BECAUSE

I do NOT HAVE THE ANSWERS TO Q#2 OR Q#3    BUT I have the

ANSWER to Q#1

THE ANSWER IS   Limited Omniscient

THE ANSWER IS NOT  -OMNISCIENT- FOR Q#1

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Read the following paragraph and answer the question that follows.

As soon as she got her console out of the package, she pressed the power switch. Within seconds, the green light appeared, and a smile crept across Jessica's face. This was the day she had been waiting for. Barely stifling laughter of excitement, she grabbed her controller and pressed the Home button. Instantly a blue screen welcomed her to her new system and asked whether she was interested in Movies, Games, Internet, or Chat. Jessica was so thrilled she didn't know which one to pick first!

Which point of view does this author use?

Objective

Limited Omniscient       <-----ANSWER

Omniscient

First person

Points earned on this question: 10

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:59 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:59 PM

6. How would you correct the following sentence fragment? Ran into the room. (1 point) Add a verb to the end of the sentence to tell what happens next. Add a noun to the beginning of the sentence to tell who ran. Add an adverb to the end of the sentence to tell how they ran. Add an adjective to describe the room. 7. How would you correct the following run-on sentence? Sarah and Michelle planned to study but they ended up watching a movie instead. (1 point) Add a comma followed by a coordinating conjunction between the two independent clauses. Add a comma, a transition, then a semicolon between the two independent clauses. Add a comma between the two independent clauses. Capitalize the second independent clause. 8. How would you correct the following run-on sentence? Sarah and Michelle planned to study but they ended up watching a movie instead. (1 point) Add a comma followed by a coordinating conjunction between the two independent clauses. Add a comma, a transition, then a semicolon between the two independent clauses. Add a comma between the two independent clauses. Capitalize the second independent clause. 9. How would you correct the misplaced modifier in the sentence? Sally ate a hot bowl of soup for lunch. (1 point) Place the words that are describing what you want to explain as far away as possible from what you are explaining. Place the words that are describing what you want to explain next to what you are explaining. Place the verb next to the subject. Place the verb next to the preposition but before the subject. 10. How would you correct the following sentence fragment? He in the rocket ship. (1 point) Add a verb to tell what he did in the rocket ship. Add a subject to tell who “he” is. Add an adjective to describe the rocket ship’s appearance. Add a verb at the end of the sentence.

6. add a noun to the beginning of the sentence (subject-verb-object, it has the verb as "ran" and the object as "room" but it's missing a subject)

7. add a comma between the two independent clauses ("but" only requires a comma in front of it for it to be grammatically correct within this sentence, not a semicolon and a second conjunction)

8. is the same as number 7 ??

9. place the words that are describing what you want to explain next to what you are explaining. (while that answer choice is rather horribly phrased, "hot" is the misplaced modifier--the bowl itself isn't what's hot, the soup is hot. you'll want to move hot to stand in front of the soup)

10. add a verb to tell what he did in the rocket ship. (subject-verb-object again, you have the subject "he," no verb, and the object "rocket." you'll want to throw a verb in between "he" and "in" to complete the sentence)

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:56 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:56 PM

Is the word "wolves" using a POSSESSIVE NOUN correctly? Because their food was gone, the wolves' cubs were dying.

Depends, if it's talking about 1 parent like the mom then the answer is no. If it's talking about the mom and dad the answer is yes.

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:38 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:38 PM

Which mode of narration is used in this excerpt from Daisy Miller by Henry James? The young lady inspected her flounces and smoothed her ribbons again; and Winterbourne presently risked an observation upon the beauty of the view. He was ceasing to be embarassed, for he had begun to perceive that she was not in the least embarrassed herself. There had not been the slightest alteration in her charming complexion; she was evidently neither offended nor flattered. If she looked another way when he spoke to her, and seemed not particularly to hear him, this was simply her habit, her manner. Yet, as he talked a little more and pointed out some of the objects of interest in the view, with which she appeared quite unacquainted, she gradually gave him more of the benefit of her glance; and then he saw that this glance was perfectly direct and unshrinking. It was not, however, what would have been called an immodest glance, for the young girl's eyes were singularly honest and fresh. They were wonderfully pretty eyes; and, indeed, Winterbourne had not seen for a long time anything prettier than his fair countrywoman's various features—her complexion, her nose, her ears, her teeth. He had a great relish for feminine beauty; he was addicted to observing and analyzing it; and as regards this young lady's face he made several observations. 1.first person 2.third-person omniscient 3.second person 4.third-person limited

Third - Person Omniscient

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:05 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 05:05 PM

What is the predicate adjective in the sentence "the forest appeared silver in the moonlight".?

forest - appeared - silver 

ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 04:19 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 04:19 PM

The _____ is the name of a newspaper, which appears in large letters at the top of the front page

subhead is the answer



ANSWERED AT 22/09/2019 - 03:54 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 22/09/2019 - 03:54 PM