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Which of the following best describes the three rioters in “The Pardoner’s Tale”? a. prating, kindly, old c. earnest, brave, handsome b. hoary, arrogant, insincere d. prating, arrogant, greedy
Weegy: Which of the following best describes the three rioters in The Pardoner s Tale ? hoary, arrogant and insincere. User: A Pardoner is an official of the — a. king c. local government b. church d. feudal manor Weegy: A Pardoner was an official of the b. Church. User: Which of the following quotations from “The Prologue” is the best example of imagery? a. “Thinly they fell, like rat-tails, one by one.” b. “In fifteen mortal battles he had been.” c. “Just home from service, he had joined our ranks.” d. “He’d seen some service with the cavalry.” Weegy: a. Thinly they fell, like rat-tails, one by one. User: How do two of the rioters decide to increase their share of the gold? a. poison the other rioter upon his return b. stab the other rioter upon his return c. turn the third rioter in to the priest d. find the original owner of the gold and rob him for more Weegy: Stab the other rioter upon his return. User: The question below refers to the selection “The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales.” Chaucer’s characterization — a. uses the same basic techniques that writers use today b. is based on dialogue rather than action c. never shows the reader what the character is feeling d. shows the characters as basic types rather than as believable individuals Weegy: The question below refers to the selection “The Prologue from The Canterbury Tales.” Chaucer’s characterization - a. uses the same basic techniques that writers use today. (More)
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The Phoenicians learned their gold working skills from the ______________________. a. Egyptians c. Persians b. Sumerians d. Mesopotamians
Weegy: The Phoenicians learned their gold working skills from the Egyptians. User: Commodities are a. trade rules. c. goods with value for trade. b. methods of transportation. d. coins. (More)
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Commodities are goods with value for trade.
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Commodities are: goods with value for trade.
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