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Answers:Class of 2010 I'm a junior as well, and know a few students who take other courses are a community college/ university. Although they only take one or two classes there... if you do well in your classes at the community college it may help you but then again they may be a little sketchy. It all depends on the university.
Answers:Yes you are right. France loses its position in the New World, but Britain's standing also begins to crumble. Britain begins to tax the colonists to make up for its debt, but also places a number of restrictions on the colonies and tightens its hold (i.e. Proclamation of 1763, end of salutary neglect)
Answers:Reggie s English Mini-Lessons--Parts of Speech: Nouns QUESTION: What is a Noun? REGGIE SAYS: A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Guided example: The quick brown fox jumped over Danny's lazy dog. Is quick a person, place or thing? No. What about brown? no. Fox? yes. a fox is a "thing." Jumped? Not a person, place, thing, or idea. Over? nope. Danny? yes. Danny is a person. Lazy? not a person, place, or thing. dog? yes. this is a thing. So nouns: fox, Danny, dog. You try these, and no fair peeking until you've done them yourself: 1) The man told Alexander to run because the bear was coming. 2) Many people tried, but failed, to board the ship because the vessel had sailed for England. Answer: 1) man, Alexander, bear 2) people, ship, vessel, England Assignment: do any problems you have assigned in your book. OR go to any newspaper and find the nouns in any sentence. --Reggie
Answers:"A mutation is a ___ in a species" "What is the chemical makeup of Water?" "A scientist is studying the effects of the location of a nest to the mortality rate of a species of young birds. What is the dependent variable in this experiment?" "What are the stages of mitosis in cells?" I'm only in 10th grade, but those are the kind of questions I am asked.