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Please check for comma errors

Check for comma errors: 1.I'll go with you if you pay my way.2.If you loan me your car I'll take your grandmother anywhere she wants to go.3.When Karen wants something she always sends me a littlegift.4.When we go out of town is not important.5.I can't afford to go because of the high fuel prices.6.Mary doesn't like him because

Tenses

Please can you answer the following tenses E.G. concentrate on capital verbs only and give the time reference. Each question should have a tense and time reference I'm TRAVELLING to London next week. I wish I had more time to FINISH this exercise. When you have FINISHED you can go home. Gorbachev CALLS for peace sum

Summarize: Heralded as the "Moses" of her people...

Heralded as the "Moses" of her people, Underground Railroad conductor Harriet Tubman became a legend during her lifetime, leading approximately 300 slaves to freedom during a decade of freedom work. Denied any real childhood or formal education, Tubman labored in physically demanding jobs as a woodcutter, a field hand, and in li

Dylan Thomas

Identify the point of view of Dylan Thomas' "The Hunchback in the Park". What do the details of the poem tell us about the speaker? Should be a somewhat brief essay. Dylan Thomas - The Hunchback In The Park The hunchback in the park A solitary mister Propped between trees and water From the opening of the garden l

I need assistance on how to do this term paper...

Let It Pour: My First Assignment as Executive Assistant Who says rainy days and Mondays can get you down? It's Monday and raining, and I'm on top of the world! On Saturday I got engaged, on Sunday we found a house that we're going to bid on this coming weekend, today is the first day of my promotion to executive assistant to

Why did willaim golding write lord of the flies?

A part of my book review is to explain willliam goldings purpose in writing Lord Of The Flies. I have he rest of the essay figured out, but this peice is puzzling me. i have found that he was foreshadowing a war to come, but that is all i could find. do you have any reasons of why he wrote this?

Writing: Defining versus describing demonstration

How do I re-write this in definition? My instructor says this decribes not defines. Sitting in my Daughter's bedroom is an old teddy bear. It doesn't look like anything special, just a plain white teddy bear standing about 15 inches tall. It has black buttons for eyes, and the white stuffing is poking out of several h

Proposal Addressed to the Dean

3 page proposal addressed to the Dean of the College of Business urging him to retain/remove the "Business Communication" course from the curriculum for future academic years. Writing. 1. pre-writing (1-2 pages) 2. a rough draft(2) 3. a revised draft (2) 4. final copy, edited and proof read.(3) There will be 4 separa

Literary and Poetic Terminology Handout

Taking a literature course and trying to write a literary analysis? Is your understanding of the literary terminology that has been discussed in class less than complete? Then this ten-page handout is an ideal reference. The terms are arranged in alphabetical order and several examples from a wide variety of literary works (bo

My topic is Breast Cancer.

1. Can you help me with the question; I need one complete sentence for my thesis statement. It should be focused on a specific content area and indicate the question, debate, or conflict that arises when people (yourself included) talk about this subject. 2. Give a description of three specific claims of this thesis statemen

Dracula

This job offers ideas about the role of women in Victorian society and how did the author present this in the story, "Dracula."

Rate the sources

Rate the sources by discussing in a complete paragraph its strengths and weaknesses, and its relevance to your topic, research question, and possible thesis statement. My topic is breast cancer: Source 1:Kristin Rhodes's life was on track. At 32, she had finished graduate school, and she and her husband had booked a v

Essay Writing Basics

This is the topic, " Discuss the concept of Success" The first two essays are to be written in two different rhetorical modes regarding the subject matter you selected. Remember to choose only one topic from below and explore it in two different ways by using two different modes. For essay #1, use one of the following r

Logical Fallacies and the Black Plaque

(See attached file for full problem description) --- Logical Fallacies and the Black Plaque This exercise requires you to look at a historical event, the Black Plague, and evaluate the claims made about its cause by those living at the time. Here is some background: In October 1347, Italian ships on the Black Sea en r

Brushing up on fundamentals/The writing process

Using the four steps in the writing process (planning, drafting, revising, and editing), write a 2-3 page essay on one of the topics below: 1. Teaching styles for motivating adult learners. The following has to be submitted with the essay. Planning material--Your pre-writing or planning material can consist of notes,

American Literature I

(See attached file for full problem description) --- The following are a number of reading selections from various authors as well as a number of questions which correspond to those readings. When you answer the question, be sure to write down the question number and copy the question. Take your time and give complete answ

Compare/Contrast Essay Editorial Questionnaire

Are you a freshman composition student who has been assigned to write a compare/contrast essay? Do you not have the time or money to spend having an OTA tutor you this time around? This five-item, two-page questionnaire will allow you to become a better self-editor of your own compare/contrast essay. You can also use it as a

The Yellow Wallpaper

Please help. This is supposed to be a group project but I really haven't had much help in that are. The assignment had three parts. I have already completed the first two but I am having problems pulling the last part together: here is what it asks to do. 1. Examine your group's first set of responses and look for ways in w