Check these English questions for me please?I'm not asking for anyone to do my work for me, Im just not sure if these answers are right and would like a reassurance, preferably from someone who has done the assignment before. 1. Why was literacy a prime concern in the Massachusetts Bay colony?(1 point)so people could read the Bible and protect themselves from sinso people could write to relatives still living in Englandso people did not miss the colony’s monthly news reportsso people would not be cheated at the market2. How does early American English differ from contemporary English? (1 point)Early American English cannot be understood by contemporary readers.Early American English is generally less formal.Early American English is generally more formal.Early American English was heavily influenced by non-English-speaking cultures.3. Which of the following statements gives the best summation of life in Plymouth Plantation? (1 point)The settlers lived in total harmony upon founding their community.The Native Americans immediately recognized the threat that the settlers posed to their way of life.There was discord and tension among the settlers, but they resolved their differences.Plymouth Plantation was a successful settlement from its inception.4. The first surviving book of American poetry was written by which Puritan author? (1 point)Anne BradstreetJonathan EdwardsRev. Cotton MathersRev. Michael WigglesworthMy answers:1-A 2-C or D, I'm really unsure of this one3-C4-A Thanks
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3 questions for english??? Thank you!!In three to five sentences, explain how Ambrose Bierce's use of foreshadowing or flashback influence "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge." (5 points)A. Regionalism is a form of Realism that emphasizes realistic settings, using local dialect, customs, and other specific details of a place. Identify the regional stories in Unit 4. What part of the country is portrayed, and which details in the story distinguish it from other regions in America?B. Consider what you have learned about American history during the period of 1860 to the early 1900s. How do the stories in Unit 4 reflect what was going on in the country then?
Will you check the following English sentences? 1. Paying attention to the intonation mark, listen carefully. (Do I have to use 'mark'?)2. Put your tongue between your upper teeth and lower teeth, and say th by letting the air over your tongue abruptly.3. If the question has a rising intonation, mark an upward arrow, if it has a falling intonation, mark a downward arrow in the parentheses.4, Blow out the candles on the birthday cake. He is trying to blow out the candles on the cake. (candles or candlelights?)5. Do you have any brothers or sisters?No, I don't. I am an only child./ I am the only child./ I am an only son. / I am an only daughter. (Which expressions are right?)-------------------------...I have posted sentences. Would you check whether they are grammatical or not. I'd like to use correct English expressions.
Can you check if the following sentences are possible in English?Thank you very much in advance for your invaluable help.1) The barons received lands (or land) from the king.2) The land was held by the vassals.3) In the medieval mind (?) there was also the theory of a earth-centred universe.(or: they followed Ptolemy's theory?)4) An epic poem contains formulas and kennings. The former are conventional expressions whereas the latter are metaphorical expressions...5) Beowulf snapped his sword (I need a synonym) on the dragon's head.6) Beowulf, as the old king of the Geats (is "as" necessary") has to fight against a fire-breathing monster.7) The church became the veritable centre of society (can you say that?)8) During his fight with the dragon Beowulf did three actions.9) Formulas are used to explain a situation easily (?)10) Anticlericalism grew for the following reason: firstly ,... secondly, etc.11) The serpent slithered forward hissing (?), then it coiled itself and spat fire.12) Beowulf is presented like or AS a brave warrior?
Could anybody check my English essays?I'm looking for native English teacher who is willing to help me with improving my written language. For achieving this goal I'm going to write rather long essays on humanitarian subjects. I don't need lengthy explanations: just highlight my mistakes and give me some directions. Internet is full with commercial offers of such services, but I'm seeking for free help. Thanks in advance!
I have a few questions on my English homework. The directions state: Analyze the sentence to select the adverb clause, subordinating conjunction, and the word(s) modified.1. When you obey your parents, you please the Lord.Adverb clause: _____Subordinating conjunction: ____Word(s) modified: ____I think the clause would be: when you obey your parents.I think the sub conjunction would be: when. And the word modified would be: obeyDifferent directions.. Identify the type of relationship defined by the subordinating conjunction in the sentence. (either comparison, time, purpose, or place)2. Wipe your feet before you come into the house. I think it would be.. time. (referring to the word "before")3. We want to start as soon as you arrive. I think this would be a time relationship. ( "as soon as")New Directions: Analyze the sentence to select the adjective clause and the word(s) it modifies.4. The suggestions that she made were very helpful.Adjective clause: that she made (would it be the entire phrase? or just "that she made"?)Word modified: suggestions5. Some of my cousins whom I had not seen for several years came to the reunion.Adjective clause:whom I had not seen for several yearsWord modified: came6. Did you buy the product I recommended?Adjective clause: I recommendedWord modified: product If you could please look over my answers and help me with the ones I didn't get correct? I know there were a few that I probably didn't get correct :/ Thanks :)
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Writeacher, can you please check if the use of scientific English is OK. Thank you.1) One of the other prominent scientists involved in the promotion of nanotechnology, Richard Smalley, has accused Drexler of ‘scaring our children’ and promulgating a vision of the future based on poor scientific reasoning. 2) As a matter of fact, currently there are no nanotechnological devices capable of self-replication.Yet philosophers, ethicists and many scientists frequently speak as if such objects exist now, or will in the very near future. 3) Other scientists think that the “grey goo” scenario is only a distraction, because people should focus on the current practices of science and technology, the need for careful oversight and deliberation that attends to current problems and practices, rather than imagine future scenarios.
Could you please check if this paragraph is possible in scientific English? Thank you, Writeacher.1) Superconduction consists of a particular physical phenomenon which characterizes only superconductors.2) These materials become superconductors when they are brought to the critical temperature (Tc) specific for each material. For example, mercury has a critical temperature of 4 K.3) Superconductors were discovered in 1911 by the scientist…., who, after liquefying helium, found out that mercury becomes a superconductor at 4 k.The superconduction is also linked to a critical current (ic) and to a critical magnetic field (HC).4) When a superconductor material is put in a magnetic field, which overcomes the critical magnetic field, or it is run by a current which is bigger than the critical one, it loses its state of superconductor. 5) Today three kinds of superconductors have been discovered: Type 1, Type 2 and high temperature superconductors.The first have a low critical temperature whereas the temperature of Type 2 is more than Type 6) Finally, high temperature superconductors have a temperature of around 100 K.
Writeacher, can you please check if the use of scientific English is OK. Thank you. 1) One of the other prominent scientists involved in the promotion of nanotechnology, Richard Smalley, has accused Drexler of ‘scaring our children’ and promulgating a vision of the future based on poor scientific reasoning. 2) As a matter of fact, currently there are no nanotechnological devices capable of self-replication.Yet philosophers, ethicists and many scientists frequently speak as if such objects exist now, or will in the very near future. 3) Other scientists think that the “grey goo” scenario is only a distraction, because people should focus on the current practices of science and technology, the need for careful oversight and deliberation that attends to current problems and practices, rather than imagine future scenarios.
Can you please check if the following statements on the English language are possible? Thank you very much.1) As for its origin, English is a Germanic language of the Indo-European family. 2)The history of the English language can be traced back (dates back to, goes back) to the arrival of three Germanic tribes to the British Isles during the 5th Century AD. 3)Angles, Saxons and Jutes crossed the North Sea from what is the present day Denmark and northern Germany. 4) As a consequence of the invasion by these Germanic tribes four dialects developed. 5) During the 7th and 8th centuries, Northumbria’s culture and language dominated Britain. 6)The Viking invasions of the 9th Century brought this domination to an end. Only Wessex remained as an independent kingdom.7) By the 10th Century, the West Saxon dialect became the official language of Britain. Written Old English developed in this period. 8)As a consequence of the Norman invasion of 1066, French became the language of the Norman aristocracy and added more vocabulary to English.9)As for the structure of the language, the Germanic form of plurals was eventually displaced by the French method of making plurals: adding an "es". 9)It wasn’t until the 14th Century that English became dominant in Britain. By the end of the 14th Century, the dialect of London had emerged as the standard dialect of what we now call Middle English.