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Based on Lucy's likes and dislikes at Camp Manitou, you can tell that Lucy is A. daring. B. cheerful. C. outgoing. D. thoughtful.
Weegy: A. daring User: How does the author characterize the childhood relationship between Lois and Lucy? A. they gradually grow apart because of their diametrically opposed temperaments. B. they become estranged after Lucy's parents' divorce. C. they become best friends despite their different backgrounds and personalities. D. they are uneasy together because of the difference in social status. Weegy: How does the author characterize the childhood relationship between Lois and Lucy? answer is B. they become estranged after Lucy's parents' divorce. User: Which sentence describes plot-based flashback? A. The author has the main character time travel to another era as a plot device. B. The author looks back in time in order to answer questions about the present-day story. C. The author reveals clues about the main character by flashing back to earlier times in the character's life. D. The author describes events in reverse chronological order, beginning with the character's death and ending with the events that happened first. Weegy: D. The author describes events in reverse chronological order, beginning with the character's death and ending with the events that happened first. -describes plot-based flashback. User: In "Death by Landscape," the author describes the girlhood friendship of Lois and Lucy. Based on the descriptions of each girl, you can tell Lois thinks that A. she is rather ordinary, while Lucy is glamorous. B. Lucy is normally much better-behaved than Lois is. C. Lucy does not like Lois as much as Lois likes Lucy. D. she and Lucy are equal in both looks and accomplishments. Weegy: The answer is A. she is rather ordinary, while Lucy is glamorous. User: In "Death by Landscape," the author relates Lois' recollection of the canoe trip. She asks if there was anything important that happened that would provide some clue about what would happen next. Which literary device ... (More)
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Adding a catalyst to a reaction has an effect similar to - A. removing a reactant. B. increasing temperature. C. lowering the concentration. D. adding water to a reaction.
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Adding a catalyst to a reaction has an effect similar to increasing temperature.
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What term is used to describe nonfiction written works such as newspaper articles, essays, and biographies? A. analytical B. explanatory C. expository D. persuasive
Weegy: B User: Which set of words is likely to act as a signal for a cause-and-effect relationship? A. "Despite this event . . ." B. "Following this event . . ." C. "At the same time as this event . . ." D. "As a consequence of this event . . ." Weegy: C. expository is used to describe nonfiction written works such as newspaper articles, essays, and biographies The expository. [ This is a writer’s explanation of a short theme, idea or issue. The key here is that you are explaining an issue, theme or idea to your intended audience. Your reaction to a work of literature could be in the form of an expository essay, for example if you decide to simply explain your personal response to a work. The expository essay can also be used to give a personal response to a world event, political debate, football game, work of art and so on. reference: ] (More)
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