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Q: What is the definition for “cadence”? a disgusting person wandering around a large area the rhythmic flow of sound or music quickly filling up a container
A: "Cadence? means the rhythmic flow of sound or music.
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User: What is the definition for “cadence”? a disgusting person wandering around a large area the rhythmic flow of sound or music quickly filling up a container

Weegy: "Cadence? means the rhythmic flow of sound or music.
emdjay23|Points 2782|

User: What is a key difference between the organizational aspects of the texts? The conclusion of the Poe excerpt indicates cheerfulness, while the conclusion of the King excerpt indicates anger. The organization of Poe’s essay is logical and clear, while the organization of King’s memoir is illogical and confusing. The hook in Poe’s essay is its own short paragraph, while the hook in King’s memoir appears at the beginning of a long paragraph. The introduction and conclusion of Poe’s essay are absent, while the introduction and conclusion of King’s memoir are present but insufficient.

Weegy: The key difference between the organizational aspects of the texts is : A.The conclusion of the Poe excerpt indicates cheerfulness, [ while the conclusion of the King excerpt indicates anger. arkansasliterature.com/pdf/samplers/Gr9-cc-sampler.pdf ]
sidroc25|Points 355|

User: Which statement does not describe King’s “muse-guy”? The muse-guy “scatter[s] creative fairy-dust all over your typewriter . . . .” The muse-guy “lives in the ground” and is “a basement guy.” The muse guy “admires his bowling trophies and pretends to ignore you.” The muse guy “has got a bag of magic . . . that can change your life.”

Weegy: The muse guy has got a bag of magic . . . that can change your life.- does not describe King's muse-guy.
emdjay23|Points 2782|

User: Which phrase defines “immutable” best? not desirable not comparable not changeable not edible

Weegy: not changeable defines immutable? best.an immutable object is an object whose state cannot be modified after it is created.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immutable_object
eula_marie|Points 191|

User: Who, according to King, will not like the idea that competent writers can be made into good writers? many writing teachers most parents typical vacationers sophisticated poets

Weegy: b. most parents
zyrilcallyxkyle|Points 15|

User: Who, according to King, will not like the idea that competent writers can be made into good writers? many writing teachers most parents typical vacationers sophisticated poets

Weegy: b. most parents
zyrilcallyxkyle|Points 15|

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