Underlined is will greet What is the tense of the underlined verb? Michael will greet his cousins when they arrive at the train station later tonight. A. present B. future C. present perfect D. future perfect

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Addresses and refutes an opposing viewpoint.

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Which word could best substitute the (underlined) portion of the sentence? The students are working on a mystery message and they have found a computer program to help them with the (process of encoding their message.) cipher decipher encryption cryptanalyst

Answer:

cryptanalyst

Explanation:

Cryptoanalysis is the art of trying to discover the ciphertext and / or logic used in your encryption (key). The people who participate in this effort are called cryptanalysts. in other words, a cryotoanalysis is a "process of encoding the message" and therefore, the word that would best substitute words in parentheses is "cryptanalyst".

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The verb in this sentence shows the past tense.
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Rousseau was never permitted to play in the street with other children.

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His Discourse on Inequality and The Social Contract are cornerstones in modern political and social thought.

He onced confessed that he was never permitted, while under paternal inspection, to play in the street with other children.

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C is the passage that most directly expresses the author's claim.

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Complete the following sentence. A _____ may be added to a main verb to make a verb phrase. a. mental action verb b. linking verb c.visible action verb d.helping verb

Answer: A (D.) helping verb may be added to a main verb to make a verb phrase.

Explanation: Helping verbs accompany main verbs in order to add a particular meaning to a sentence. Furthermore, two types of helping verbs are auxiliary verbs and modal verbs. Some of the most common helping verbs are "be" and "have", which are used to form the progressive tenses and the perfect tenses. In that way, in the sentence "John is singing", "is" is the helping verb, while "singing" is the main verb.  

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31. Because he wanted to play baseball so badly, his face was crestfallen when I told him the game was rained out. (1 point) rebellious determined dejected incredulous 32. I fought the crowds at the department store; my quarry—a birthday present for my brother. (1 point) patience Target anger accomplishment 33. I will always treasure the heirloom quilt I received from my grandmother. (1 point) inherited shabby comfortable homemade 34. The crumbs around her mouth provided irrefutable evidence that she had eaten my cake. (1 point) Shaky Implausible fictitious undeniable 35. The exhausted soldier who fell asleep at his post was found guilty of dereliction of duty. (1 point) Fulfillment loss neglect attention 36. I felt a strong compunction about trespassing in the creepy, old, abandoned house. (1 point) uneasiness addiction yearning tension 37. The cute puppy eventually ingratiated itself with my mother. (1 point) joined charmed offended irritated 38. My repeated attempts to ask my dream date to prom were rebuffed to my great dismay. (1 point) rejected mocked accepted ignored 39. The enmity between House Republicans and Democrats often keeps them from getting anything of real value done. (1 point) cooperation boredom debate hostility 40. The horrible smells coming from the garbage can assailed my nose. (1 point) warmed massaged attacked healed

Answer:

31. Dejected

32. Target

33. Inherited

34. Undeniable

35. Neglect

36. Uneasiness

37. Joined

38. Rejected

39. Hostility

40. Attacked

Explanation:

  • Dejected means depressed, miserable, broken.
  • Target means objective, goal.
  • Inherited means came into, came from an elder relative.
  • Undeniable means with no possibility of being deny.
  • To neglect means to disregard, to abandon, to omit.
  • Uneasiness means worry, anxiety.
  • To join means to come together, to get close to somebody.
  • Rejected means to be refused, to deny the invitation.
  • Hostility means antipathy, adverse attitude.
  • To attack is to assault, to strike.

ANSWERED AT 16/10/2019 - 10:10 PM


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Which of these is an example of formal speech? A.) “I kind of liked the last book he wrote.” B.) “Elizabeth, I can’t believe you missed that goal!” C.)“Ben, I thought you could come over after practice.” D.) “Mr. Lee, your presentation was both informative and enjoyable.”

"Mr. Lee, your presentation was both informative and enjoyable."

In this sentence, the person speaking uses a formal address (Mr. Lee) and then proceed to call it informative and enjoyable, which is a formal way of saying "very good". In this sentence, the speaker refrains from using casual speech.

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Our futures are determined by both fate and chance. First, we were not given a choice on which families we are born with but we are given the chance to lead our lives according to the resources given to us. Afterward, all throughout the rest of our life, we constantly make decisions and make choices either by chance or by carefully analyzing the situation. 

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