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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Which individual was responsible for sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott?

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The individual responsible for the Montgomery bus boycott is Rosa Parks because when she got arrested for not giving up her seat to a white man that's when she refused to ride the bus anymore and that caused the whole Montgomery Bus Boycott.

What is the first thing a student must do when preparing a speech? evaluate the material make an outline prepare numbered note cards research the topic

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the answer would be to first research the topic then make an outline, then make numbered note cards, then finally evaluate the material.

First research the topic to brainstorm ideas for your speech.

Xavier said that his English class would be reading a long play called _____. The Crucible “The Crucible” The Crucible “The Crucible”

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Xavier said that his English class would be reading a long play called "The Crucible"

What is a Book Title?

This refers to the name that is given to a book or literary text to show the possible contents to a reader.

Hence, we can see that the correct way of writing the name of the book that was being discussed in the English class of Xavier would be option B which is "The Crucible"

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Answer:

"The Crucible"

Explanation:

I have never beaten my grandfather at chest.-----
A. present
B. present participle
C. past
D. past participle

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C.) past 

because you use the word beaten and never which means its past.
(I think you mean chess not chest)
:)
Past participle, because of the word beaten which is passed tense for beat

A long monologue in which the actor is alone on stage is know as

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The answer is soliloquy.

solo is the answer i believe 

How is a satire different from a fable?

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 A satire is a form of writing that criticizes a person, group, or society USING indirect (often disguised) methods.  WHILE  a fable is a brief story that is designed to illustrate a moral or general truth about human nature. ( often done by using animals as characters in the story )

Answer:

the lessons in a fable are stated directly, while the main argument of a satire is often disguised.

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