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All of the following are examples of internal visuals EXCEPT: A. associating a word/concept with an image B. imagining events in planning a process C. using memories to recall facts or
emotions D. drawing an animation that reflects the text
All of the following are examples of internal visuals EXCEPT:C. using memories to recall facts or emotions
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User: All of the following are examples of internal visuals EXCEPT: A. associating a word/concept with an image B. imagining events in planning a process C. using memories to recall facts or emotions D. drawing an animation that reflects the text

Weegy: All of the following are examples of internal visuals EXCEPT:C. using memories to recall facts or emotions
Expert answered|barat|Points 40|

User: "Tomorrow," "again," and "later" are all examples of __________. A. key ideas B. sequence words C. key objects D. visualizing

Weegy: "Tomorrow," "again," and "later" are all examples of visualing.
Expert answered|barat|Points 40|

User: Why is it important to watch for sequencing clues? A. If you know when things are happening, you can visualize each event. B. If you visualize, you can know when things are happening. C. Understanding the sequencing has nothing to do with visualizing. D. Sequencing clues are interesting.

Weegy: Why is it important to watch for sequencing clues? A. If you know when things are happening, you can visualize each event.
Expert answered|barat|Points 40|

User: Which of the following is an example of an external visual? A. memories that recall facts or emotions B. associating a word or concept with a mental image C. animations and videos D. imagining the steps necessary to plan a process

Weegy: Which of the following is an example of an external visual?The answer is C. animations and videos.
Expert answered|barat|Points 40|

User: Who is dead by the end of the story? A. Rainsford B. Rainsford and Zaroff C. Rainsford, Ivan, and two of the captive sailors D. Zaroff, Ivan, and one of Zaroff’s best dogs

Weegy: A. Rainsford Sanger Rainsford: He is an American big-game hunter and author who saw action in France in the First World War. He exhibits no pity or sympathy for the animals that he hunts. [ [ Ironically, he himself becomes a hunted animal after he arrives on a mysterious island. Rainsford is the protagonist, or the main character of this story. Whether his experience on the island changes his attitude toward hunted animals is open to question. General Zaroff: Russian big-game hunter from an aristocratic family in the Crimea, a Ukraine peninsula that was part of Russia until recent times. Zaroff is bored with killing typical game such as tigers, elephants, and water buffalo. Instead, he hunts the ultimate trophy animal: man. Zaroff, a Cossack, commanded a cavalry division in the Russian army until the Bolsheviks revolted in 1917 and installed a communist government that abolished aristocracy and the class system. Zaroff went off then and established a new world for himself on a remote Caribbean island. There he maintains his aristocratic lifestyle in his palatial home while pursuing his barbaric hobby. One might call him a civilized savage. Read more: ] ]
Expert answered|rajik|Points 34|

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