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GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT

1) SHE SHOULD OF TYPED THE REPORT. 2) WOULD YOU GET A PENCIL OFF HER? 3) THIS IS JUST BETWEEN YOU AND I. 4) THE NEW SALESCLERK WAITED ON ME.

IS D CORRECT

STUDYING HARD WILL GET YOU A JOB___ WORKING HARD WILL LET YOU KEEP IT. A) COMMA B) HYPHEN C) APOSTROPHE D) SEMICOLON IS D CORRECT?

CORRECTLY PUNCTUATED

1) THE OPERATING COSTS, AS HE PROBABLY TOLD YOU ARE TOO HIGH. 2) THE OPERATING COSTS AS HE PROBABLY TOLD YOU, ARE TOO HIGH. 3) THE OPERATING COSTS AS HE PROBABLY TOLD YOU ARE TOO HIGH. 4) THE OPERATING COSTS, AS HE PROBABLY TOLD YOU,ARE TOO HIGH.

APA Reference citation help is given.

How do I cite this source which is a book that is referred to in an online reference? It needs to be APA format citation? Janis, I. L. & Mann, L. (1977). Decision making: A psychological analysis of conflict, choice, and commitment. New York: Free Press. Retrieved on May 30, 2005 from http://www.cedu.niu.edu/~fulmer/grou

"catcher in the Rye" versus "Great Gatsby"

I am preparing for an in class final and teacher has given us some possible topics to think about. Could use some help with this question. Why does Holden Caufield (Catcher inthe Rye) like the book "The Great Gatsby" so much?

"One flew over the Cuckoos nest"

"One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest" novel by ken kesey Play write by Dale Wasserman We are actually reading the play so some things may be different from the book but the basic analogy of flat characters applies. Why does Wasserman preface the play with a quotation from the novel "Like a caroon world, where figures are flat

"One flew over the cuckoos nest" written by Ken Kesey

Play write writen by Dale Wasserman based on the novel by Ken Kesey I need help with the dfollowing analytical question. Even if you cant get your hands on the play write knowledge of the novel will do. Question" Discuss the character of Nurse Ratchet. What does she "represent"? What develops her character.

Emersions "self reliance " essay

The first line of the pasage reads, " There is a time in every ans education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance: that imitation is suicide..." What do you think Emerson means by this? Hoe does his working here tie in with the themes in other stories like The Great Gatsby, The Shawshank Redemption or Sula?

Writing tips are featured.

Getting started when it comes to writing stories or essays for ourselves (not school) can be very difficult. A lot of young writers can feel like they are on their own and don't know where to go or how to get started. These are some helpful suggestions for the aspiring writer that wants to work hard to become better.

Battle Royal by Ralph Ellison is summarized.

This library solution addresses 2 main inquiries relating to Ralph Ellison's 'Battle Royale.' The text in question is attached. 1. What does the narrator's grandfather mean by his statement: "Our life is a war and I have been a traitor all my born days, a spy in the enemy's country ever since I give up my gun back in the Rec

Need help

Hi I need help with is following questions, attached is the essay please review and give me your comments on the following questions. 1. Evaluate the essay's introduction. Is it effective, drawing you into the narrative? Why or why not? 2. How does Staples prove that he is, indeed, the victim of stereotyping? (Cite speci

Answer questions

Please read attach essay, don't check for errors in essay. I need you to only answer the following: 1. Afterwards, of course, there were endless discussions about the shooting of the elephant. The owner was furious, but he was only an Indian and could do nothing. Besides, legally I had done the right thing, for a mad elep

A glossary of common poetic terms.

A list of definitions of terms useful for writing or discussing poetry. Includes alliteration, assonance, end-stopped, enjambment, foot, free verse, metaphor, meter, nonce form, prose poem, rhyme, scansion, sestina, simile, sonnet, stanza, stress, tone, villanelle, and more.

Thematic and formal connections and differences between two of Frost's works

I am writing a 1,200 word essay discussing the thematic and formal connections and differences between "The Road not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods One Snowy Evening". I understand some thematic connections (seasons, pastoral images, woods, what the narrator sees and what the narrator feels, traditional poetic form with the na

Isaac Asimov Questions

1. Agree or disagree with Asimov's statement: "My intelligence, then, is not absolute but is a function of the society I live in and of the fact that a small subsection of that society has managed to foist itself on the rest as an arbiter of such matters." Explain your answer. 2. How would you define intelligence?

Carver's short story is assessed.

These questions are reviewed: Question 1: As you were reading, what descriptive details, both visual and non-visual (smell, Sound, touch) caught your attenton? What made them so effective? Strong, active verbs? Original adjectives? The fact that they creared an image, impression or association in your mind? Question 2: In

Theme in Nathaniel Hawthorne's " Young Goodman Brown" (Imagery and Symbolism)

Providing a 3 prong thesis and then to analyze "Young Goodman Brown" in terms of what this text says about good and evil and puritan morality in general. This is what I have developed for a 3 prong thesis: Nathaniel Hawthorne uses imagery and symbolism. These fictional elements are evident in the author's use of sexuali

Number of words

Can a summary take more than one page or it has limited words? and also should i talk about every character or just have to analyze the main characters?and this book INSIDE OUT OUTSIDE IN.PG 132 TALKS ABOUT D.P THERE IS NOT MUCH EXPLANATION ON THE DP BUT THEN THE FULL WORD IS DISPLACED PERSON AND IT TALKS ABOUT SOME WAR THING AN

Hippolytus

Can you please help make comparisons based on good sources to help me understand the characters for the following topic? Comparing and contrasting the character of Hippolytus from Jean Racine's play Phaedra and the character of Hippolytus from Euripides' play Hippolytus. The sources need to come from credible places like Ebsc

Charles Dickens' Great Expectations is mentioned.

Chapter 6: What is the meaning of the poem Joe has written for his father's tomb: "Whatsume'er the failings on is part, Remember reader he were that good in his hart"? This poem is assessed briefly.

Jane Austen's Persuasion is examined.

Help with evaluating the title and its capability to persuade the reader that Anne (a character in the novel) has the ability to critique her own society is given.

Help with Jane Austens Persuasion

Need to discuss title of the novel and whether the novel persuades the reader that anne is capable of critiquing her own society. not sure where to start.

Run-On Sentence remedies are included.

Have you been writing papers all semester only to have them returned by your teacher with the comment "Run-On" scattered in the margins? You thought you learned how to fix those, but your teacher keeps taking points off your papers for repeat mistakes. Spotting and correcting run-on sentences is an easy task once you understan