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Read the statement from The Crisis, No. 1, and then answer the question. “Even the expression is impious; for so unlimited a power can belong only to God….” What is the BEST meaning of impious as Paine uses it in this quotation? A. critical B. immoral C. unpleasant D. troublesome
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Read the statement from The Crisis, No. 1, and then answer the question. “Even the expression is impious; for so unlimited a power can belong only to God….”the BEST meaning of impious as Paine uses it in this quotation is A. critical
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In The Crisis, No. 1, Paine uses aphorisms to appeal to the emotions and logic of the patriots. An aphorism is A. an appeal to the senses, painting a picture in the mind. B. a conceptual framework for comparing individual literary works. C. a style of language that is more informal, replicating a conversational tone to mimic everyday speech. D. a concise statement of a principle containing a personal truth or observation, usually in a clever tone.
Weegy: B. a conceptual framework for comparing individual literary works. (More)
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An aphorism is: a concise statement of a principle containing a personal truth or observation, usually in a clever tone.
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A grouping of words that acts like a single unit inside a sentence but that does not contain both a subject and a verb is called a(n) A. clause. B. phrase. C. apostrophe. D. compound sentence.
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A grouping of words that acts like a single unit inside a sentence but that does not contain both a subject and a verb is called a phrase.
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