write a letter to your grandmother who has been a teacher once informing her of this new form of learning "online" you are experiencing being home you may tell her of a hilarious, an embarrassing or disastrous experience you have had and how you overcame it​.

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Dear grandma,

Online school is stressful. They always want my camera on even when I look bad and sometimes when they call my name and I just don't respond because it's weird and I have to practice whatever I have to say before saying it to everyone. I just want to finish it and get it over with. And the schoolwork is A LOT to handle but I'm trying...

Love you, (my name)


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Cambria in her school’s talent showcase three songs making her grandparents proud

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Please explain a little more, I need the question.

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Which sentence uses hyperbole?O I can tell that I sing really well by the way my dog howls along.
O I look really good when I wear old sweatpants and a T-shirt.
My sister's car is so slow that no one wants to ride in it.
O My brother's room is so messy that it looks like a meteor hit it.

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D, the last one.

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a hyperbole is an exaggeration.

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i would need to read the passage to correctly answer this one, so maybe try asking again but with a screen shot of the passage so ppl can actually help you.

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Providing more background information will always change the conclusion of your argument?

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Can I please see the answers for this or is this just a type in your own answer question?

Question 23/40Which of the following sentences
contains a spelling mistake?
The waves were crashing on the shore.
There are eleven utensils in the drawer.
I was grateful my freind offered me an
umbrella.
O Before she left for the morning, she ate her
breakfast.
He had never given it much timought.

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Two sentences have spelling errors
The first one is “I was grateful my ‘friend’ offered me an umbrella.” Here, friend is spelled incorrectly.

The second is “he had never given it much timought.” I’m not sure what that’s supposed to say, maybe time or thought, but it is spelled incorrectly either way

Read this excerpt from we shall overcome many aborigines native inhabitants of the Australia countryside were forced to leave their traditional lands when Europeans began settling the country in the 1700s while some later returned to their homeland and re established communities many lost their way of life forever This passage suggests
A. European settlers always disrupted natives peaplees ways of life
B. that Australia owes its native people an apology
C. aborigines have tried to regain their culture
D. that being pushed from their original land caused aborigines to lose their culture ​

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A. European settlers always disrupted native people's ways of life

Explanation:

The given excerpt suggests that European settlers disrupted native people's ways of life. The aborigines were forced to abandon their homes when Europeans began settling in Australia. Later, some of them returned and managed to re-establish their communities, but many didn't. The fact that the aborigines lost their homes doesn't mean that they lost their culture. It isn't their culture they tried to regain, but their homeland. It's nowhere stated that Australia owes its native people an apology.

This is why option A is the correct one.

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