Which sentence is capitalized correctly? Ouch! that rose bush is loaded with thorns. Ouch! That Rose Bush is loaded with thorns. ouch! That rose bush is loaded with thorns. Ouch! That rose bush is loaded with thorns.

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Answer 1
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Answer:

Ouch! That rose bush is loaded with thorns.

Explanation:

We need to capitalize the first word of a sentence. Therfore, both the words "ouch" and "that" should be capitalized. No other words need capitalization in this sentence. We would not capitalize rose bush, because it is not a proper noun. It is just a common noun.

Answer 2
Answer: Last sentence. Is this question really for high school English?


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An ability and an interest are the same thing.

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The statement "An ability and an interest are the same thing" is false.

An ability may be defined as an acquired or natural talent or capacity that enables an individual to perform a particular job or task successfully and prominently.

On the other hand, interest refers to the feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone.

According to those definitions, interest and ability are two totally different things.

This sentence is FALSE.

An ability is basically a skill you have or something you possess in yourself.

An interest is when you want something or some skill that you usually do not have.

Why does an author use foreshadowing?To spoil the story for audiences who dislike surprises

To prepare audiences for what will happen later

To provide a detailed summary about events to come

To allow audiences to visualize what is being described

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Answer:

To prepare audiences for what will happen later

Explanation:

Foreshadowing is an element used by writers in which they provide some information for the readers to know what will happen next in the story. The goal of this is to generate interest in the reader on what might come later. According to this, the answer is that the author uses foreshadowing to prepare audiences for what will happen later.

The other options are not right because the author is not trying to spoil the story but to generate expectations on the audience. Also, the idea is to provide a hint but not a detailed summary and foreshadowing is not for helping to visualize what is being described but to learn about what will happen next.

B, to prepare audiences for what will happen later.

Which word does not suggest use of the mind? A. improvise B. ostentation C. speculate D. visionary D!?

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D: visionary because that has to do with sight.
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1. PART A: Which of the following best describes a theme
of the story?

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Answer:

The Lesson Learned

Explanation:

Make Sure It applies to everone old or young dead or alive fiction or non-fiction

Which sentence does not contain any errors in comma usage?A.That book, I think is available at the library.

B.I'm exhausted after swimming, generally, speaking.

C.There will be snow, I believe during tomorrow's festivities.

D.You seem, consequently, to have stumbled upon the truth.

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The best way to tackle this question is to go through each answer and pointing out the errors. 

"That book, I think is available at the library." A comma doesn't quite make sense here. A hyphen might be more appropriate. 

"
I'm exhausted after swimming, generally, speaking." This example would be correct if there wasn't another comma after "generally". This is because "generally speaking" is one phrase, and shouldn't be separated. 

"There will be snow, I believe during tomorrow's festivities." This is the opposite of the previous answer. If there was a comma after "I believe", the sentence would be punctually correct. This is because "There will be snow during tomorrow's festivities" is the point of the sentence, but is interrupted with more information. 

That leaves D. as the correct answer.  
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The correct answer is (D) 

You seem, consequently, to have stumbled upon the truth.

Which of the following statements best describes the state of the Church in the 14th century, according to the reading?

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There were several problems that the Church faced during this period.  There was the Black Death which ravaged Europe and caused the deaths of thousands of people.  There was the transfer of the Papal Seat from Italy to Avignon, France that gave an indication that the French now had power of over the Papal Seat.  This led to elections of various popes known as the Great Schism where there was now conflict within the Church.