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Why was the Atlantic Charter important to Africa's history?
Weegy: The National Archives says this about the Atlantic Charter: Atlantic Charter Joint declaration made by Roosevelt and Churchill in August 1941, setting out broad principles for the conduct of international relations in the postwar world. [ Drawn up at sea, off the coast of Newfoundland, it provided a foundation for the United Nations Charter. Its eight principles included non-aggression, self-determination, free trade, freedom of the seas, and renunciation of territorial expansion. As you can see this charter gave the nations who used the Atlantic Ocean freedom of the ocean and safety from aggressors. It was also a foundation for the United Nations. ] (More)
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Select the sentence that uses standard English. The picture ain't no good. The picture isn't any good.
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The following sentence uses standard English: The picture isn't any good.
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Identify the type of subordinate clause in the following sentence. The man who bought the coat forgot his umbrella. noun adjective adverb
Weegy: The subordinate clause is "who bought the coat" and it is a pronoun clause. (More)
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The man who bought the coat forgot his umbrella.
Subordinate clause: Who bought the coat;
Type: Adjective clause.
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Identify the capitalized phrase in the following sentence. RUNNING OUT OF GAS, the car came to a stop.
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RUNNING OUT OF GAS, the car came to a stop.
"running out of gas" is a participial phrase.
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The Russian Sputnik started the space race between the United States and Russia.
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The Russian Sputnik started the space race between the United States and Russia. TRUE.
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