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Which sentence uses the words among/between correctly? A. Our group divided the research tasks between the group members. B. The student leadership group was never really successful because they were always fighting among themselves. C. The fights among my sister and I were always really upsetting. D. The sense of competition among the two runners was palpable.
Weegy: The student leadership group was never really successful because they were always fighting among themselves. User: Which sentence uses the words accept/except correctly? A. By now, most of the group has accepted it. B. When you don’t have the power to change something, you have to learn to except it. C. Everyone was happy accept Taylor. D. The entire group, with the acception of Morgan, was on time and ready to go. Weegy: The sentence that uses the words accept/except correctly is: A. By now, most of the group has accepted it. User: Which sentence does not use the words adopt/adapt correctly? A. Our class has adopted a new research project policy. B. Being able to adapt to new situations and circumstances is an important life skill. C. It’s amazing how quickly coyotes adopt to their changing environments. D. Because of the recent issues concerning senior absences, the school board adopted a new truancy policy. Weegy: The sentence that does not use the words adopt/adapt correctly is: C. It?s amazing how quickly coyotes adopt to their changing environments. User: The rain forest topic was (already/all ready) taken. a. already b. all ready Weegy: The rain forest topic was already taken. a. already. User: Is this outline (all right, alright) with the group? a. all right b. alright Weegy: When you use “all right” as two words, the sentence means “the figures are all accurate.” When you write “The figures are alright,” with “alright” as one word, [ this source explains that the sentence means “the figures are satisfactory.” I’m not sure what to make of this contradiction. The many other grammar sources I checked, including a large dictionary, reject “alright” as one word. Regular listeners of this show know that language is always in flux, so perhaps “alright” as one word is gaining a small footing. - See more at: ] (More)
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"Female Orations" by Margaret Cavendish could best be described as a. poetic. c. intimate. b. formal. d. conversational.
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Arab merchants are credited with spreading islam to all of the following except? a)india b)northern asia c)Africa d)southeast Asie
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Minarets were used to a. store Islamic texts. c. call Muslims to prayer. b. hold translations of poetry. d. decorate mosques.
Weegy: C. Minarets were used to call Muslims to prayer. User: Omar Khayyam was most famous for ____________. a. architecture c. astronomy b. poetry d. medicine Weegy: Omar Khayyam was most famous for: B) POETRY. User: The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal were formed as Islamic empires after the spread of Islam. True or False Weegy: This statement, "the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal were formed as Islamic empires after the spread of Islam" is True. User: A title that Muslims use for the highest leader of Islam (More)
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Caliph- A title that Muslims use for the highest leader of Islam.

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