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Seasons are celebrations a years a ferris wheel both honor our worlds habit of spinning round a star in the first line of the poem The Poet uses a a. simile B. loaded word c. bias D. metaphor
Seasons are celebrations. A year's a Ferris wheel. Both honor our world's habit of spinning 'round a star. 3. In the first line of the poem, the poet is using a metaphor.
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New reporter for the community magazine Amanda was nervous about doing her first interview with the state Governor she asked Cameron a veteran reporter for some advice Cameron told Amanda the first rule of an interview is to make the other person comfortable the second role is to ask open questions the kind that requires more than a yes or no answer which of these is a key idea in the paragraph a. A young woman is seeking the help of someone more experienced b. An older man is providing ...
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New reporter for the community magazine, Amanda, was nervous about doing her first interview with the state Governor. She asked Cameron, a veteran reporter, for some advice. Cameron told Amanda the first
rule of an interview is to make the other person comfortable; the second role is to ask open questions - the kind that requires more than a yes or no answer. A key idea in this paragraph is: A young woman is seeking the help of someone more experienced.
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The two small dogs faced each other on the sidewalk outside the store their teeth were bared the fur on their backs that straight up and low growl could be heard from each of them just then the store owner brought out a dog bone for each and tells began to wag what is the central idea In this passage a. Small dogs tend to get into fights b. Many dogs do not get along well C. hungry dogs wag their tails for bones d. angry dogs can be distracted by food
Weegy: The two small dogs faced each other on the sidewalk outside the store. Their teeth were bared ... the store owner brought out a dog bone for each and tails began to wag. The central idea in this passage is: Angry dogs can be distracted by food. (More)
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In a standard dictionary where can you find the key to pronunciation marks a. In an appendix b. at the bottom of each page c.within the definitions D. in the front of the dictionary
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In a standard dictionary, you can find the key to pronunciation marks in the front of the dictionary.
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