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Upon his arrival in the town, the Gray Man proved to be helpful to the townspeople, as Jewett describes: "Surely this was no common or uneducated person, for in every way he left the stamp of his character and influence upon men and things." His kindness is observed as he A. helps to harvest the wheat with the other farmers. B. gives a sermon about the benefits of kindness and forgiveness. C. teaches a farmer about rotating his crops and gives cures for cattle ...
Weegy: C. teaches a farmer about rotating his crops and gives cures for cattle ... User: Sarah Orne Jewett, author of "The Gray Man," wrote about her home in New England. Her stories depict the people, how they live, and the events in their lives. This type of writing is called A. regionalism or local color fiction. B. realism in Maine. C. biographical sketches. D. historical fiction. Weegy: B. realism in Maine. (More)
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Andrew Carnegie is famous in part for his philanthropy. Which of the following passages supports this idea? A. Ironically, the same industrial growth that left his father without work would provide Andrew with the opportunities that later made him one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs of his time. B. While he was working as a messenger, Carnegie taught himself how to send and receive messages using the telegraph equipment. C. Carnegie, being an avid reader, donated five million ...
Weegy: C. Carnegie, being an avid reader, donated five million dollars to the New York Public Library. User: Read the following excerpt from "Andrew Carnegie: An American Philanthropist" and answer the question below. "Carnegie was thirteen years old when he began his first job in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He worked as a bobbin boy for $1.20 a week. Next, he was employed as a messenger for a local telegraph company. While he was working as a messenger, Carnegie taught himself how to send and receive messages using the telegraph equipment. His motivation and dedication won him the position of private secretary and personal telegrapher for the superintendent of the Pittsburgh division of the Pennsylvania Railroad. This position put Carnegie in the sights of Thomas A. Scott, the superintendent of the entire Pennsylvania Railroad. Scott offered Carnegie a job. In addition to the job, Scott introduced Carnegie to the investment world and set up his first investment with the Adams Express Company. Three years later, Carnegie himself became superintendent." © 2009 CompassLearning, Inc. What is the main idea of this passage? A. Carnegie eventually replaced the man who hired him. B. Carnegie began working at a very young age for a very low wage. C. Carnegie's hard work and desire to learn led to his rapid success in business. D. The fact that Carnegie was the personal secretary of the superintendent of the Pittsburgh branch of Pennsylvania Railroad caused him to come to the attention of Thomas A. Scott. Weegy: The answer is: C. Carnegie's hard work and desire to learn led to his rapid success in business. User: Which of the following is an example of a chain of cause and effect? A. Friends and family often communicate through texting using short messages. B. People are learning a new language appropriate for use in texting. C. Digital communications allows cell phones to be used for texting, which often replaces e-mails. ... (More)
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