6. Which choice shows the proper way to use a colon? Warnings are written: on the following labels medicines, cleaning products, and some foods. Warning: If taken internally, consult a physician immediately. There is: one thing you should always read a warning label. My doctor said, “Read the label.”
The answer that shows the proper way to use a colon is Warning: If taken internally, consult a physician immediately.
A colon basically introduces a word, phrase, sentence or list. Whatever is introduced by the colon is emphasized. In this case, as the sentence introduced is a warning, the colon is very useful to highlight that the following message is important.
The second example because the colon means after the word warning it is telling you what it is.
When doing a multimedia presentation, what might you prepare in advance in case the equipment fails during your presentation?
website for the audience to check
handouts with visual aids
Assuming every piece of equipment fails during the presentation the only possibility would be handouts with visual aids.
handouts with visual aids I believe
Which sentence does not contain any errors in the use of italics or quotation marks? A. The Mummy's Curse was my favorite chapter in the book. B. Listen to the song I Heard It Through the Grapevine. C. We picnicked while a local opera performed "Tosca" on the town green on Friday. D. Who designed the sculpture Prometheus in Rockefeller Plaza? A!?
I Believe C Is The Correct Answer.
i think the answer is C. We picnicked while a local opera performed "Tosca" on the town green on Friday.
The author is making use of colloquial speech when shea. develops the plot through the use of character monologues. b. establishes the setting in the same locale she was born in. c. composes dialogue that imitates casually spoken language. d. describes the difficult relationship between her characters through speech.
Answer: The author is making use of colloquial speech when she composes dialogue that imitates casually spoken language.
Explanation: Hi, the correct answer is option c. composes dialogue that imitates casually spoken language.
Colloquial speech is a speech that contains slightly modified phrases that people use commonly when talking to each other in a casual or informal situation.
An example of a colloquial speech is a sentence that contains the word "y'all", instead of the full phrase "you all".
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C. Colloquial language is casually spoken language. Typically used when emphasizing a close relationship or local setting.
Read the passage. Excerpt from “The Daffodils” by William Wordsworth I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. What does the milky way symbolize in this poem? A) the trees B)the lake C)the daffodils D)the sky
The milky way symbolizes the lake in the poem written by William Wordsworth.
Option B is the correct answer.
What is meant by symbolism?
Symbolism is referring to the symbols which are used to depict the ideas or qualities in the writing.
The use of the word daffodils in the poetry is to indicate the stars and the use of the word milky way is to depict the lake. The twinkling of the stars reflected in the lake, that is, the milky way.
Therefore, the milky way is used to show the lake in the poem written by the poet.
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I'm pretty sure it's b because the daffodils are twinkling stars twinkling in the Milky Way and they're over the lake which would make it the Milky Way
Is it possible to construct a cube with 2000 interlocking cubes?
It depends. Do all the cubes need to be equally sized? A cube has 6 sides, or faces. 2,000 divided 6 is 333.3. So, yes, it could be possible if some of the cubes are divided into thirds. However, if all the interlocking cubes need to be equally sized, then no, it wouldn't be possible. It all just depends.
The total number of smaller cubes used to construct a cube must be a perfect cube number. Since 2000 is not a perfect cube, it's not possible to construct a cube with exactly 2000 smaller interlocking cubes.
In Mathematics, to construct a cube using smaller cubes, the total number of smaller cubes used must be a perfect cube number. A perfect cube is a number that can be expressed as the product of an integer multiplied by itself twice. For example, the first few perfect cubes are 1, 8, 27, 64, and 125 (which are 1x1x1, 2x2x2, 3x3x3, 4x4x4, 5x5x5 respectively). As such, since 2000 is not a perfect cube, it is not possible to construct a perfect cube with exactly 2000 smaller interlocking cubes. It would be possible with 1728 (12x12x12) or 2197 (13x13x13), but not with 2000 cubes.