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How many total lines are in a sonnet? A. eight B. ten C. twelve D. fourteen
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There are fourteen lines in a sonnet.
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Which of the following should be focused on the first time a sonnet is read? A. rhyme B. structure C. comprehension D. poetic language
Weegy: On the first time a sonnet is read it should be focused in B. Structure. (More)
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How many total lines are in a sonnet? A. eight B. ten C. twelve D. fourteen
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What is the process where a solid changes directly into a gas without first turning into a liquid? A. melting B. sublimation C. evaporation D. condensation
Weegy: C. condensation - - The process by which water vapor changes to liquid water is called condensation. User: In the process of melting, what best describes what happens to a solid? A. A solid will gain kinetic energy and become a liquid. B. A solid will lose kinetic energy and become a liquid. C. A solid will gain potential energy and become a liquid. D. A solid will experience no change in energy, and become a liquid. (More)
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The process where a solid changes directly into a gas without first turning into a liquid is called SUBLIMATION.
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As the temperature of a sample of matter is increased, what happens to the average kinetic energy of the particles in the sample? A. It decreases. B. It increases. C. It does not change.
Weegy: A. It decreases The average kinetic energy of the sample should increase as its temperature is increased. A (More)
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