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In “Coyote Finishes His Work,” Coyote helps the people when he A. creates the mountains and the forests. B. rids the world of evil spirits and teaches important
skills. C. amuses the people with tricks. D. protects people from vicious predators.
B. rids the world of evil spirits and teaches important skills
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User: In “Coyote Finishes His Work,” Coyote helps the people when he

User: Which of the following lessons is taught in “The Earth Only”?

User: In “Coyote Finishes His Work,” Coyote helps the people when he A. creates the mountains and the forests. B. rids the world of evil spirits and teaches important skills. C. amuses the people with tricks. D. protects people from vicious predators.

Weegy: B. rids the world of evil spirits and teaches important skills
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User: Which of the following lessons is taught in “The Earth Only”? A. Outmoded ideas will come to an end. B. The wind and the sun are finite. C. The sea and sky will cease someday. D. The earth will last forever.

Weegy: The answer is D. The earth will last forever.
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User: Which of the following is a moral lesson taught in “The Blackfeet Genesis”? A. Laws should not be bent to fit the circumstances. B. A way of telling an old story in a new way. C. A pattern that occurs over and over again in literature. D. The purpose of life is to feel sorry for others.

Weegy: B. A way of telling an old story in a new way.
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User: What archetype (setting) is found in “The Blackfeet Genesis,” “Coyote Finishes His Work,” “The Earth Only,” and “The Sky Tree”? A. Sky Land B. The knees C. Earth D. The lake

Weegy: The answer is letter C. Earth .
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User: In “Coyote Finishes His Work,” how did the Old Man confirm he was the Chief? A. By moving a mountain. B. By taking away Coyote's powers. C. By moving a lake. D. By causing a lake to form at the side of a mountain.

Weegy: In “Coyote Finishes His Work,” the Old Man confirms he was the Chief by moving a lake that Coyote had already moved.
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User: After the European explorers arrived in the Western Hemisphere, many plants and animals were traded between the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia. This complex relationship between the continents was called the A. American Revolution. B. European Discovery. C. Columbian Transition. D. Columbian Exchange.

Weegy: After the European explorers arrived in the Western Hemisphere, many plants and animals were traded between the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia. This complex relationship between the continents was called the Columbian Exchange. [ ]
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