Which answer does not correct this run-on sentence? They went to the bowling alley, we went to the skating rink. A. They went to the bowling alley, but we went to the skating rink. B. They went to the bowling alley. We went to the skating rink. C. They went to the bowling alley we went to the skating rink. D. They went to the bowling alley; we went to the skating rink.
The answer is C. It does not correct the run-on sentence.
The correct choice is C. because it is still a run on, nothing is fixing it no semicolon, or conjunction. So your answer would have to be C.
The central character who is the focus of interest in a story is the __________.
The central chracter who is the focus of interest in a story is the protagonist. Hope this helped :)
The protagonist is the main character or hero of the story. This person is the central focus of the story and the one who is most affected by the main conflict of the story. For example the protagonist in "Little Red Riding Hood" is "Little Red Riding Hood". The entire story revolves around her journey to her grandmother's house and her suspicions about her grandmother's appearance. The antagonist in a story is the character or thing that goes against the protagonist. Ant- is a common prefix that means against. In "Little Red Riding Hood" the antagonist of the story is the wolf as he is preventing Red Riding Hood from seeing her grandmother.
I don't know where the snow came from "for there were stars out." The words in quotation marks are an example of _____. a noun clause a relative clause an adverbial clause a prepositional clause
noun clause it names a thing ( snow, stars exetra)
PLEASE HELP... TYSM IN ADVANCEWrite a journal entry of five to ten complete sentences. What did you think about the way Annie Sullivan handled her first day at the Kellers’ house? Be specific.
They are skeptical and concerned about entrusting Helen to somebody else.
The Keller family members have differing opinions about Helen’s intelligence and capacity for learning because she is deaf and does not speak.
She was considered a bright but spoiled and strong-willed child.
She wanted to help Helen because she was just like her and she knew how she feels and all.
Sullivan showed great maturity and ingenuity in teaching Keller.
At only 20 years of age, Sullivan showed great maturity and ingenuity in teaching Keller. She wanted to help Keller make associations between words and physical objects, and worked hard with her rather stubborn and spoiled pupil. After isolating Keller from her family in order to better educate her, Sullivan began working to teach Keller how to communicate with the outside world. During one lesson, she finger-spelled the word "water" on one of Keller's hands as she ran water over her student's other hand. Keller finally made her first major breakthrough, connecting the concept of sign language with the objects around her.
In the beginning of The Miracle Worker, Helen is extremely willful. Her family has never challenged her. Annie realizes she must first figure out how to control her behavior and teach Helen self-restraint. After she sees progress in this area, she begins to teach Helen hand symbols for various objects. At first, Helen views the hand symbols as merely a repetition game, and she fails to connect the symbols to the objects.
Although Annie is hopeful that this repetition will work eventually, her doubts are so overwhelming that she asks the Kellers for complete control over Helen. They are skeptical and concerned about entrusting Helen to somebody else, but Annie feels that it is necessary for Helen’s progress. She believes that Helen will fall back into old habits when she is under the care of her parents.
Once Helen’s parents give Annie this control, the teacher uses every method to keep Helen motivated, including repetition, force, and even resentment. One might watch the play and think, “Wow, she is tough with Helen!” But keeping in mind Annie’s past and understanding her goals with Helen, a hint of hope can be seen as she works in an uncompromising manner with Helen.
Is the passage of dialogue written correctly or incorrectly? "Can you start a fire?" asked Larry. "Yes, I can," replied Kyle. a. correctly b. incorrectly
B. is correct because there should be a period after kyle stopped talking
PLEASE HELP ASAP!!! CORRECT ANSWER ONLY PLEASE!!!The underlined prepositional phrase in this sentence is being used as an adverb.
I believe The answer is false
the answer is false k
"All great and honorable actions are accompanied with great difficulties…" – William BradfordCan anyone help me understand what the meaning of this quote is?
Nothing in life comes easy. You always have to work for everything you do.
It means all important things you do you have to work for you can't just do it easily and then it's done. I hope I helped!