Paul is editing a story about his summer for his creative writing class. Which of the following sentences contains an error?A. Vinay and I took a trip to India last summer.
B. We visited Vinay's aunts and uncles.
C. We are planning to visit again in two years.
D. They were all very nice to him and I.

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Answer 1
Answer: The one tht contains an error is D (I think I am not so sure)Hope I helped!!=-O :-P :-P :-P
Answer 2
Answer:

hes right it is D They were all very nice to him and I. i toke the test


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1. Gusteau says, "Anyone can cook!" Do you agree?
Explain why or why not.

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Answer:

Yes because they can learn and in Ratatoullie the Rat was cooking!! So i'm sure anyone can cook if they practice and put there focus into cooking.

Explanation:

PLZ HELP FAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," which best describes Dr. Watson? a. a wealthy man who loses a very valuable item to a cunning thief b. a plumber who has been convicted of robbery before but who is innocent in this case c. a logical and intelligent person who is impressed by Sherlock Holmes's powers of deduction d. a poor man who tries to do something nice for his wife, but ends up being robbed

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The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "c. a logical and intelligent person who is impressed by Sherlock Holmes's powers of deduction." In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Dr. Watson is describes as a logical and intelligent person who is impressed by Sherlock Holmes's powers of deduction
i would think A  a  very wealthy man who looses everything                                                                                                                      

In the poem In Memoriam, A.H.H. by Alfred ,Lord Tennyson, why is the speaker in a conflict with death?A) The speaker is afraid that death will destroy his life
B) The speaker is angry that Death has taken his friend away
C) The speaker accuses death of disobeying divine laws.
D) The speaker blames Death for making his friend unrecognizable.

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Answer: B) The speaker is angry that Death has taken his friend away.

Explanation: In "In Memoriam A.H.H." by Alfred Lord Tennyson, the speaker is angry that Death has taken his friend away. This is the poem he wrote after Arthur Henry Hallam died at the age of twenty-two from a cerebral hemorrhage. In this poem, he expresses his sense of loss and grief for his friend. He is angry with Death, his sorrow is immense. He starts thinking that the soul remains after death. The poem ends with a sense of hope that he would join his friend in heaven because there is a divine entity guiding humanity's destiny.

B), The speaker is angry for death being the reason for distance between he and his friend!

"Atticus killed the engine in the driveway and coasted to the carhouse". What does that mean? This is from To Kill a Mockingbird.

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He turned off his car and headed to the garage.

Answer:he pushed hes car to the cathouse

Explanation:

What are the verbs in this simple sentence?A large insect wriggled under the rock and burrowed in the dirt.

Choose all answers that are correct.

A.
dirt

B.
wriggled

C.
under

D.
burrowed

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The two verbs here are "wriggled" and "burrowed" - the correct answers are B and D.

You can see for example also that they are in the past tense: both have the regular past -ed ending on them that only verbs can take!

dirt is a noun and under is a preposition
B.
wriggled
D.
burrowed

Verbs ending in "ed"
Both B and D have "ed"

In the untrue story of john smith and Pocahontas,the author states that sometimes the best history is trumped by a good story .how does the author support this line of reasoning?

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people don't want to read what is historical, they want to read about adventures and story telling about how they could be better, no one would buy a book that no one wants to read.