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This mean that you should try to give lengthy and more explaned answer
You could start conversation only after becoming genius which require 100 brainliest
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In the Canterbury Tales, which is an example of irony?A) A well-traveled knight brings his son on a trip. B) A group of pilgrims takes a trip to Canterbury. C) A miller steals the grain he grinds for his customers. D) A gentle nun dislikes seeing animals in pain.
The correct answer is C, a miller stealing the grain he grinds is clearly ironic.
C, a miller stealing the grain he grinds for his customers
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Guys help me to type more sentences for this conclusion. It’s about the importance of computers
With laptops, you can easily take your work with you. Computers can do things that phones, tablets, desktops, and even TVs can't do. Computers literally have a role in every career field, educational field, medical field, industrial field, banking and financial field, in the government, they're everywhere! In the educational field, students may be home-schooled with programs that require a computer. In the work field, people may work from home or need a computer to look up files that they may not have documented on paper. Anyone can see that computers are very useful in life, a lot of people rely on computers for their well-being financially and educationally.
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Why is simply telling someone their speech was “good” not effective feedback? a. It is not being honest. b. It is too broad; not specific. c. It could give them false confidence. d. It is effective feedback.
The answer is B: It is too broad; not specific.
Any form of feedback, especially when it relates to arguments and ideas, needs to be critical, incisive, precise, and constructive in order for it to be effective. It needs to be critical and incisive in order for the one receiving the feedback to be able to identify possible weak points in the argument and even counterclaims that could be presented. It also needs to be precise and constructive in order for that person to be able to easily identify possible shortcomings in his or her arguments and be able to correct them or make them more precise.
B the answer is to broad by just telling someone it was good does not tell them which parts you liked and did not like
Which sentence has the correct parallel structure?Paying for both the bus trip and then to buy tickets for the shows will not be cheap.
Paying for both the bus trip and buying tickets for the shows will not be cheap.
Paying for both the bus trip and tickets for the shows will not be cheap.
Paying for both the bus trip and tickets for the shows will not be cheap. has the correct structure for a parallel sentence.
The sentence that contains parallel sentence structure is: Paying for both the bus trip and tickets for the shows will not be cheap
In this excerpt from Phillip Freneau's poem “American Liberty,” the speaker describes being “slaves and minions to a parliament.” What is the intended meaning of this hyperbole?
I would say that the intended meaning of that hyperbole is that the speaker thinks that the colonists are being unfairly treated by the British government.
C. The speaker thinks that the colonists are being unfairly treated by the British government.