Is there a quote on the book my secret guide to paris? and please give me the page number

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Answer 1
Answer: The way her eyes wandered around the room, as if hoping to catch a breath of the slightest form of relief only to be disappointed with no comfort in sight.

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Which form of the word paralyze BEST fits this sentence? Horrified at how badly his presentation had gone, Jim stood behind the podium frozen in a state of ____________. A) paralysis B) paralyze C) paralyzes D) paralyzing

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Horrified at how badly his presentation had gone, Jim stood behind the podium frozen in a state of paralysis.

Option A is the correct answer, since the blank needs to be completed with a noun according to the sense of the sentence.

The word paralysis is defined as the loss of the ability to move (and sometimes to feel anything) in part or most of the body, typically as a result of illness, poison, or injury.

Answer: a) paralysis

Explanation:

Identify the noun clause in each of the following sentences. 12.The jury didn’t believe that the defendant was innocent. 13. What you have to do is find the most efficient way to solve the problem. 14. His parents didn’t understand why he wanted to leave the family farm and move to the big city. 15. Whoever solves the difficult problem facing the family will be regarded as a hero.

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In a sentence, noun clauses act as subjects, direct objects, indirect objects, predicate nominatives, or objects of a preposition.

12 "that the defendant was innocent"

The clause is acting as a direct object, so it is a noun clause.

13 "What you have to do"

The clause is acting as a subject, so it is a noun clause.

"find the most efficient way to solve the problem"

The clause is acting as a predicate nominative, so it is a noun clause.

14 "why he wanted to leave the family farm and move to the big city"

The clause is acting as a direct object, so it is a noun clause.

15 "Whoever solves the difficult problem facing the family"

The clause is acting as a subject, so it is a noun clause.

  • A noun clause is a dependent clause that acts as a noun. A dependent clause includes a subject and a verb. It can also begin with words like why, how, when, where, ect.

12. "that the defendant was innocent"

13. "What you have to do"

14. "why he wanted to leave the family farm and move to the big city"

15. "Whoever solves the difficult problem"

The look and the feel of a rock's surface

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The look and feel of a rock's surface its is mineral.

The look and feel of a rock's surface its called 
Its texture.

Which sentence uses commas correctly? A.
Making pottery, reading books, and playing with my dog are my favorite pastimes.

B.
Do not call, text, or, talk during the speech.

C.
Surfboards, paddleboards and body boards, are not used in pools.

D.
His favorite foods are spaghetti salad and pancakes.

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B.  is wrong because of the comma after the word 'or' shouldn't be there.

C.  is wrong because there should be a comma after the word 'paddleboards' and the comma after the word 'boards' shouldn't be there.

D.  is wrong because there should be a comma after the words 'spaghetti' and after 'salad'.

A. is correct

Making pottery, reading books, and playing with my dog are my favorite pastimes.

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A.
they

B.
her

C.
me

D.
she



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Who makes better tacos than __________?

A.
her

B.
him

C.
they

D.
them



8.) Which pronoun best completes the sentence?

The animated movie was more enjoyable to the children than to __________ .

A.
we

B.
he

C.
they

D.
us



9.) Which pronoun best completes the sentence?

Several of the golfers waited under __________ umbrellas in the rain.

A.
their

B.
they

C.
his or her

D.
theirs



10.) Which pronoun best completes the sentence?

One of the antique desks had lost __________ drawers.

A.
it's

B.
its

C.
them

D.
their

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6. No other girl in the choir can sing as well as __________ .
D. she
7.Who makes better tacos than __________?
C. they
8.The animated movie was more enjoyable to the children than to __________ .
D. us
9.Several of the golfers waited under __________ umbrellas in the rain.
A. their
10.One of the antique desks had lost __________ drawers.
B.  its

What's the literary movement of "The black ball" by Ralph Ellison?

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The Black Ball, by Ralph Ellison, is most likely to belong to the Contemporary Period of American Literature.

Ellison began to publish his works in the 1950s and his themes revolved around the struggles African-Americans had to face while trying to not only survive but to be seen and heard by a racist society. He was certainly influenced by the movement known as the Harlem Renaissance, when black art flourished full of creativity and pride.

The Black Ball speaks of struggle and hope. John, the main character, has to deal with discrimination while he tries to teach his own son that being American is better and more important than being black, brown, or white.