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Asked by Liam · 4 years ago

Is "betrayer" a word?

If it’s not then I’ve been betrayed of the English language all my life.

English

Asked by Sarah · 4 years ago

What are examples of aposiopesis in literature that emphasize what the speaker is trying to say, and makes it more dramatic?

Respectful aposiopesis: ‘After the suspect - after the heinous crime was committed, he fled the scene.’ Surprising aposiopesis: ‘On BBC1 tonight, we will discover what happens when two animals become unlikely friends - more on this story at 8pm.’ Emotional aposiopesis: King Lear to his daughters, ‘I will have revenges on you both. That all the world shall– I will do such things–‘ Another e... more

English

Asked by Liam · 4 years ago

What is a passive voice and how do we use it?

The passive voice is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action. In other words, the most important thing or person becomes the subject of the sentence. Example: The road is being repaired. (We are interested in the road, not in the people who are doing the repairs.) Sometimes we use the passive voice becau... more

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Asked by Liam · 4 years ago

What is a passive voice and how do we use it?

The passive voice is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action. In other words, the most important thing or person becomes the subject of the sentence. Example: The road is being repaired. (We are interested in the road, not in the people who are doing the repairs.) Sometimes we use the passive voice becau... more

English

Asked by Max · 4 years ago

What is an example of a satire song?

The London Underground song.

English

Asked by Richard · 4 years ago

Which sentence would best conclude a story about one boy's exciting experience pitching in a big game?

‘Some people are fortunate enough to be born on second or even third base. He was just happy to pitch because it was just about helping the next guy get to first.’

English

Asked by Jeniffer · 4 years ago

What is/are the adjective(s) in the following sentence?:The old professor kept records of all of his crazy science experiments?

An adjective is the word that describes the noun. In this case, science is the noun and crazy is the adjective.

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Asked by Jayden · 4 years ago

After I finish my GCSEs, what should I do after? College or sixth form? What happens after that?

The difference between a college and sixth form is that a sixth form is with a secondary school and only teaches further education to students upto the age of 18. A college will usually offer further education to any age. Every sixth form and college has different standards with respect to entry. For example, to pursue Maths you may be required to have an 8 in the subject at GCSE. So it’s for yo... more

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Asked by Liam · 4 years ago

How can a participle be past, present, or dangling?

‘Born in Russia, his most famous opera is …’ The problem stems from the fact that the first part of the sentence (the subordinate clause ‘born in Russia’) doesn’t have an explicit subject, although from the context you’d expect it to be a person. The next words you see (‘his most famous opera’) are the subject of the sentence, but they clearly don’t match the preceding clause, because an opera... more

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Asked by Darius · 4 years ago

Good Afternoon! I just missed my Firm & Insurance and also clearing due to me being away on holiday. I also changed my mind about my degree which means that I would have to do 2 new Alevels in one year. What would be the best course of action? Thanks?

I’m sorry you’re in this predicament but don’t worry, you can still make the most of it! A-levels are very difficult exams so to do two new ones in one year when they’re designed to be done over two years is asking a bit too much of yourself. A lot of colleges and 6th forms will not allow you to do this anyway. If so, you’ll have to pay for the exams yourself and study for them yourself. I don’... more

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Abubakr Karimabadi

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