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In “The History of the Dividing Line,” Byrd implies that traveling to America has become a trend because the English A. can get free transportation from the Company. B. hope to
get rich without working hard. C. are tired of traveling to the Holy Land. D. are looking for fun and adventure.
The answer is B. hope to get rich without working hard.
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User: In “The History of the Dividing Line,” Byrd implies that traveling to America has become a trend because the English A. can get free transportation from the Company. B. hope to get rich without working hard. C. are tired of traveling to the Holy Land. D. are looking for fun and adventure.

Weegy: The answer is B. hope to get rich without working hard.
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User: In “The History of the Dividing Line,” which of the following physical traits of the Native Americans did the English find displeasing? A. Eye color B. Facial features C. Skin color D. Height

Weegy: The answer is C. Skin color
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User: In “The History of the Dividing Line,” which of the following physical traits of the Native Americans did the English find displeasing? A. Eye color B. Facial features C. Skin color D. Height

Weegy: The answer is C. Skin color
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User: Which of the following passages has the most courteous tone? A. “I cannot think the Indians were much greater heathens than the first adventurers.” B. “Besides, the poor Indians would have had less reason to complain that the English took away their land if they had received it by way of a portion with their daughters.” C. “Like true Englishmen, they built a church that cost no more than fifty pounds and a tavern that cost five hundred.” D. “To supply this mortality, they were reinforced the year following with a greater number of people, amongst which were fewer gentlemen and more laborers.”

Weegy: C. ?Like true Englishmen, they built a church that cost no more than fifty pounds and a tavern that cost five hundred.?
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User: In “The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano,” which of the following character traits best describes Equiano? A. Passive B. Aggressive C. Curious D. Shy

Weegy: C. Curious. n “The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano,” curious best describes Equiano.
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