Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause? Although my grandmother works, she calls us every week to ask about our lives. A. she calls us B. every week to ask about our lives C. although my grandmother works D. about our lives

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Answer 1
Answer: its i think B... adverb would be the time or place or circumstances... 

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Read the excerpt from The Dark Game.British government leaders didn't present the Zimmermann telegram to Wilson for a few weeks. Hall reminded them that outrage was growing in America over Germany's announcement late in the day of January 31 that the German navy would resume unrestricted submarine warfare. In fact, that policy provoked the U.S. government to cut diplomatic relations with Germany in February.

Which can be inferred from the information in the excerpt?

Hall wanted to let the American outrage simmer down before revealing the contents of the telegraph.

Hall knew that growing outrage among the American public would help Britain’s cause.

Hall worried that the American public would lose interest in the contents of the telegraph.

Hall disagreed with the British government’s choice to wait before showing the telegraph to Wilson.

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From the excerpt given above, it can be inferred that HALL KNEW THAT THE GROWING OUTRAGE AMONG THE AMERICAN PUBLIC WOULD HELP BRITAIN'S CAUSE.

The British government leaders had in their possession a telegraph, which contains an information that they can use to their advantage, but they refuse to release this information on time to the right person (Wilson). In the passage given above, Hall was reminding them that it is the right time to release the information because he believed that the present situation in America will also help their cause.

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Hall knew that growing outrage among the American public would help Britain’s cause

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Which device does the statement, "my backpack weighs a ton," illustrate? a. synecdoche
b. personification
c. hyperbole
d. metonymy

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The answer is C, hyperbole
C hyperbole. The backpack does not literally weigh a TON. The author uses hyperbole to let the reader know it is really, really heavy

EveningBy Victoria Mary Sackville-West
When little lights in little ports come out,
Quivering down through water with the stars,
And all the fishing fleet of slender spars
Range at their moorings, veer with tide about;

When race of wind is stilled and sails are furled,
And underneath our single riding-light
The curve of black-ribbed deck gleams palely white,
And slumbrous waters pool a slumbrous world; <<<< This line is the text in bold.

Then, and then only, have I thought how sweet
Old age might sink upon a windy youth,
Quiet beneath the riding-light of truth,
Weathered through storms, and gracious in retreat.

Which of the following is true of the text in bold?
It explicitly describes the water at night.
It explicitly states that people are afraid.
It implies the coming of a vast and dangerous storm.
It implies the opening of a hidden door.

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The answer is A. The bolded line, And slumbrous waters pool a slumbrous world, explicitly describes the water at night. "Slumberous" refers a state of sleeping. It is implies night time where everyone is asleep or slumbering. The slumberous waters means that the water is still or unmoving.

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A

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Which of the following reasons did Roosevelt formed the Bull Moose Party for ? A. He failed to win the Republican nomination at the 1912 convention. B. He wanted to extend his presidency by at least one more term. C. The remaining members of the Populist Party had pledged their continued support. D. He believed that Taft could not beat the Democratic candidate Woodrow Wilson.

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The question ask to choose among the following choices the best reason why did Roosevelt formed the Bull Moos Party and based on my research, I came up with an answer of letter A. He failed to win the Republican nomination at the 1912 convention. I hope you are satisfied with my answer and feel free to ask for more 

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the answer is A

Explanation:

Which type of system requires backup of files???

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computers,tablets,music devices