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The central idea of the poem might be that — a. time renders all people, even great kings, the same in the end b. poetry has a longer life span than sculpture c. Ozymandias was a great ruler who conquered many lands d. it can be just as valuable to hear about someone else’s travels as to travel oneself
Weegy: a. time renders all people, even great kings, the same in the end User: One of the most important ideas of “Ozymandias” is the a. permanence of sculpted monuments. c. meaninglessness of earthly power. b. insignificance of physical death. d. poetry of glorious inscriptions. Weegy: One of the most important ideas of Ozymandias (a.) permanence of sculpted monuments. User: In the first two lines of the poem, what kinds of images does Keats use as metaphors for the urn? a. Metaphors of war c. Metaphors of music and art b. Metaphors of marriage and family d. Metaphors of travel and pleasure Weegy: which poem are u referring to ? User: The question below refers to the selections “Ode to a Grecian Urn.”and “When I Have Fears” by John Keats. In the first two lines of the poem, what kinds of images does Keats use as metaphors for the urn? a. Metaphors of war c. Metaphors of music and art b. Metaphors of marriage and family d. Metaphors of travel and pleasure Weegy: Keats uses - b. Metaphors of marriage and family - - as metaphors for the urn. (More)
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Ironically Ozymandias had expected — a. his monument to fall into ruins, and it did b. his name to be remembered forever, but it has been forgotten c. his works to endure, but they have fallen into ruin d. to be forgotten, but he has left a historic ruin behind
Weegy: Ironically Ozymandias had expected - c. his works to endure, but they have fallen into ruin. User: The "mane" describes _________. a. a lion's head c. a length of a woman's hair b. the water line under a street d. the froth of a breaking wave (More)
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A word element attached to a root word that changes its meaning is called: a. Affix c. Suffix b. Prefix d. Root
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Orienting material and attention-getting material are both aspects of the _______________________. a. information c. organization b. voice d. introduction
Weegy: D) introduction User: According to one of the rubrics, it’s important to use __________________ in a persuasive speech that the audience will understand. a. language c. a & b b. arguments d. none of the above Weegy: According to one of the rubrics, it's important to use c. a & b in a persuasive speech that the audience will understand. (More)
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Persuasive speeches have a(n) __________________ obligation to the audience. a. ethical c. political b. social d. personal
Weegy: Persuasive speeches has ETHICAL obligation to the audience. User: The lecture suggests, in giving a persuasive speech, that we should keep in mind all of the following except ______________________. a. articulation c. stance b. pronunciation d. volume Weegy: hi A)articulation have a nice time bye.. User: Persuasive speeches deal primarily with questions of value, fact and ________________. a. processes c. legislation b. policy d. current affairs Weegy: Persuasive speeches deal primarily with questions of value, fact and B) policy. User: According to one of the rubrics, eye contact for a persuasive speech should be ________________. a. intermittent c. indirect b. used at key parts of the speech d. direct Weegy: According to one of the rubrics, eye contact for a persuasive speech should be ________________. a. intermittent User: According to one of the rubrics, the two items considered part of the conclusion of a persuasive speech are the ____________________. a. comprehension and transitions c. preview and clincher b. final appeal and summary d. summary and transitions Weegy: According to one of the rubrics, the two items considered part of the conclusion of a persuasive speech are the ____________________. c. preview and clincher (More)
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