What is the conflict or situation that drives the plot of “That’s All”?
A. Mrs. B comes to Mrs. A’s house for tea.
B. Mrs. A and Mrs. B have fought with a third woman.
C. Mrs. A wants Mrs. B to come for tea a different day.
D. A third woman has changed her schedule.User:
Which word best replaces rancor in this sentence: “The griot must have felt rancor, although he acted friendly”?
D. dimmed Weegy:
rancor means bitternessAuto answered|Score 1|rachell028|Points 740|User:
The speaker in “Follower” was considered a nuisance because he
A. admired his father greatly.
B. grew up to be a farmer.
C. wanted to be like his father.
D. bothered his father all day. Weegy:
C. Wanted to be like his fatherAuto answered|Score .6|Spandzbab|Points 30|User:
Which one of the following is most likely to be sequestered?
A. a superintendent
B. an aviator
C. a senator
D. a monkWeegy:
I would say a monk. Auto answered|Score 1|dickmich9|Points 90|User:
Mrs. Drover is able to see the taxi driver because of the aperture, or
D. inner sight.Weegy:
Mrs. Drover is able to see the taxi driver because of the aperture, or B. opening.Auto answered|Score 1User:
A movie with a ghastly plot would probably be filled with
D. adventure. Weegy:
B. horror. A movie with a ghastly plot would probably be filled with horror.Auto answered|Score .6|eturker|Points 2394|User:
Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. In which quotation is Clarke making an analogy, or a comparison, in “We'll Never Conquer Space”?
A. “Man will never conquer space.”
B. “Every technical device is always developed to its limit.”
C. “Saturn or Jupiter [will play] the same role … [as] Africa or Asia today.”
D. “Space can be mapped and crossed and occupied.”Weegy:
B. ?Saturn or Jupiter [will play] the same role ? [as] Africa or Asia today.?Auto answered|Score .9852|barntho5|Points 80|User:
What is shown on the tomb described by the speaker in “An Arundel Tomb”?
A. a knight on horseback
B. a poem on faithfulness
C. a crown and sword
D. a husband and wifeWeegy:
D. a husband and wifeAuto answered|Score .9172|dickmich9|Points 90|User:
The speaker in “Journey of the Magi” says that the Magi (wise men) traveled all night, even though there were “voices singing in our ears, saying / That this was all folly.” What does the speaker mean?
A. They sang to take their minds off the folly of their journey.
B. Their journey was filled with singing and hopeful companionship.
C. They were so tired that they sang to keep themselves awake.
D. Even when they were tired and had doubts, they remained faithful. Weegy:
A.fallopianAuto answered|Score .6|lgcn|Points 1333|User:
How does the war setting make the setting of “The Demon Lover” more believable?
A. It provides a good reason for the house's emptiness.
B. It creates a situation in which bombing could occur.
C. The war makes it likely for ghosts to roam the streets.
D. During the violence of war, innocent people are often victims. Weegy:
A. It provides a good reason for the house's emptiness.Auto answered|Score .6|latefisher|Points 2418|User:
Which is mostly missing from “The Lady in the Looking Glass” because it is a stream-of-consciousness narrative?
A. a narrator
B. a plot
C. a conflict
D. a description Weegy:
A. a narrator Auto answered|Score .6|roisRie|Points 40|User:
From what point of view is the excerpt from Mrs. Dalloway told?
B. objective narrator
C. omniscient third-person
D. it is impossible to be sure Weegy:
C. omniscient third-personAuto answered|Score 1|dickmich9|Points 90|User:
In “The Rocking-Horse Winner,” what does Paul keep hearing the house whisper?
A. “Your mother does not love you!”
B. “Your luck will change!”
C. “There must be more money!”
D. “You must leave while you can!”Weegy:
In ?The Rocking-Horse Winner,? the house keeps whispering C. ?There must be more money!? www.dowse.com/fiction/Lawrence.htmlAuto answered|Score 1User:
Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.The excerpt from Midsummer, XXIII, primarily concerns
A. the passing of seasons in an English town.
B. a view of England from a nonwhite perspective.
C. race riots in England.
D. the failure of Shakespeare’s drama in modern times. Weegy:
B. a view of England from a nonwhite perspective. Auto answered|Score 1|latefisher|Points 2418|User:
What is the main idea expressed in Yeats's “The Lake Isle of Innisfree”?
A. a love of cities
B. a feeling of longing
C. contempt for urban life
D. nostalgia for youth Weegy:
B. a feeling of longingAuto answered|Score .6|Fanboy|Points 2101|User:
In relation to “A Shocking Accident,” what word best describes Jerome's attitude toward his father's memory?
D. rejecting Weegy:
A. worshipfulAuto answered|Score 1|Holly121|Points 14|User:
“Wirers” by Siegfried Sassoon is about
A. men who strung barbed-wire fences on the battlefield.
B. demolition experts working behind the lines.
C. the contribution of scientists to munitions work.
D. bomb-disposal crews defusing unexploded bombs.Weegy:
D. bomb-disposal crews defusing unexploded bombs Auto answered|Score 1|kummer5|Points 30|User:
Critical Reading Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. In Douglas’s poem, what is the English translation of the title “Vergissmeinnicht”?
A. “Never surrender.”
B. “Forget me not.”
C. “Eternal love.”
D. “Wish you were here.”Weegy:
B. ?Forget me not.? is the English translation of the title ?Vergissmeinnicht?Auto answered|Score .6User:
In “Postscript: For Gweno,” what is the poet’s main purpose in writing the poem?
A. to reassure his love, even after his possible death
B. to argue in favor of war against Gweno, who opposes it
C. to leave one beautiful love letter behind him when he dies
D. to console himself as he goes into warWeegy:
A. to reassure his love, even after his possible death Auto answered|Score .6|johnlennons|Points 814|User:
What is the best way to correct the parallelism in this sentence? She had a lovely house, many friends, and her body of work was impressive.
A. She had a lovely house, many friends, and a body of work, which was impressive.
B. Her house was lovely, and she had many friends and an impressive body of work.
C. She had a lovely house, where she entertained many friends and where her impressive body of work was created.
D. She had a lovely house, many friends, and an impressive body of work.Weegy:
D. She had a lovely house, many friends, and an impressive body of work. Auto answered|Score 1
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