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Which of these remarks uses logical arguments to appeal to reason? a. Are we disposed to be of the number of those who having eyes see not, and having ears hear not the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? b. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! c. The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! d. I ask gentlemen, sir, what means this martial array, if its purpose be not to force us to submission?
Weegy: a. Are we disposed to be of the number of those who having eyes see not, and having ears hear not the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation. User: Which of the following is not something that Henry believes will aid the colonial cause against the British? a. a sense of unity c. a desire for peace b. a sense of justice d. strength in numbers Weegy: d. strength in numbers is not something that Henry believes will aid the colonial cause against the British (More)
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From the aphorism "God helps them that help themselves," from "Poor Richard's Almanack," it can be inferred that Franklin a. values self-motivation and self-discipline. b. believes in self-denial. c. thinks that people should reject God's help.
Weegy: From the aphorism "God helps them that help themselves," from "Poor Richard's Almanack," it can be inferred that Franklin a. values self-motivation and self-discipline. User: After reading "Poor Richard's Almanack," which of these experiences best illustrates the meaning of Franklin's aphorism 'Keep thy shop, and thy shop will keep thee.'? a. Taking care of your car will keep you safe on the road. b. You fail to use a drop cloth and then drip paint on the floor c. You put aside money to pay for unexpected expenses. Weegy: Taking care of your car will keep you safe on the road best illustrates the meaning of Franklin's aphorism 'Keep thy shop, [ and thy shop will keep thee.' ] User: Henry uses a rational argument to convince his readers that a. chains and slavery will be the result of continued inaction by the colonies. b. the war is inevitable and the colonies must fight. c. the past conduct of the British government proves that England has no intention of granting the colonies’ petitions. d. loss of colonial liberty would be better than death Weegy: Henry uses a rational argument to convince his readers that C the past conduct of the British government proves that England has no intention of granting the colonies' [ petitions. [ ] ] (More)
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When a writer focuses on providing a conclusion that gives the reader a sense of resolution and ties everything together, he/she is focusing on good a. voice. c. organization. b. presentation. d. sentence fluency.
Weegy: When a writer focuses on providing a conclusion that gives the reader a sense of resolution and ties everything together, he/she is focusing on good c. organization. (More)
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