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Am i able to help other people and answer their questions on here?
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Updated 12/21/2012 11:38:55 AM
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During which time in history did Shakespeare write? A) 5th - 7th century CE B) 10th - 12th century CE C) 14th - 17th century CE D)19th - 20th century CE
Weegy: Shakespeare is often considered a Renaissance author and, like so many terms to describe an era, it's a pretty fluid thing. While we think of the Renaissance as a product of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, [ we must keep in mind that its new ideas spread slowly and impacted northern Europe later than they did Italy, Spain, and France. It reached its apex in northern Europe in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Elizabeth I was considered the very model of a Renaissance princess; she was a linguist, speaking not only her native English, but French and Italian as well, not to mention reading classical Greek and Latin (Latin was also one of the languages she spoke). It's claimed that she once said that she had no fear when it came to making decisions of state, but she was terrified of making a mistake in Latin. Since Shakespeare was born and did most of his creative writing during her reign, he is considered one of the creative geniuses of the English Renaissance, along with such lights as Spenser and Marlowe. ] (More)
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Updated 12/23/2012 7:03:33 PM
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Shakespeare wrote during: C) 14th - 17th century CE.
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Please choose the answer from the set of choices provided by the user.
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Line 3: From ancient grudge break to new mutiny. Line 3 reveals: A) a long-standing feud between th lovers B) an old feud between two rival towns C) an irrelevent fight from long ago D) an old feud that will resurface with intensity
Weegy: an old feud between two rival towns (More)
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which of the following is not a polymer? A) starch B) protein C) glucose D) cellulose
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Updated 12/23/2012 1:49:17 PM
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Glucose is not a polymer. It is a monosaccharide.
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C. glucose, a simple monosaccharide found in plants.
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actlikealady, the question was already answered. Please don't post duplicate answers. Also, when answering a question, please restate the question in your answer. You can review the basic rules here
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When did Queen Elizabeth I restore a Protestant kingdom and bring England to its highest success? A) 1509 - 1547 B) 1558 - 1603 C) 1603 - 1625 D) 1620
Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, B. 1558 - 1603. (More)
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