1. Marla was asked to account for all of the money she spent at the music store.Which sentence uses the word account as it is used in the passage?
There are ni sentences there but anyhow the meaning if account as used in the passage above is account:to record or report data
What is the function of the verbal in the sentence?My goal is to skydive over the Grand Canyon.
The verbal here is "to skydive".
It's an infinitive: infinitives have the form "to verb" and are a form of verbals: words formed from verbs that don't function as verbs.
Read the sentence below:My dog is a bulldozer pushing over flower pot structures and digging holes to nowhere.
This sentence uses which of the following to communicate an idea?
A. Allusion B. Analogy C. Metaphor D. Simile
It's simile. It compares the dog to a bulldozer to make it more dramatic.
"The main difference between a simile and metaphor is that a simile uses the words "like" or "as" to draw a comparison and a metaphor simply states the comparison without using "like" or "as". An example of a simile is: She is as innocent as an angel. An example of a metaphor is: She is an angel."
I'm pretty sure it would be C, Metaphor instead Of simile but who knows I could be wrong ♀️
Based on the phrase "Spanish is in my flesh," what role does the speaker play in this poem?
The speaker plays the role an advocate of her identity.
In the poem "Child of America", the poet, Aurora Levins Morales, establishes her cultural identity and advocates that she is a proud child of the Americas.
By the line "Spanish is in my flesh", the poet means that she has Spanish hereditary in her blood. She says this to advocate that each of us are a mixture of different cultures.
Therefore, she calls on the need for assimilation and integration of different cultures in the country.
Answer: the speaker shows how language is a physical part of a persons cultural heritage
What do the Narragansett do every August
they check fire extinguishers
They have a powwow which means a native american festival.
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It's very tricky to try and say WHY somebody decided to do something. Unless the person TOLD you, and even then, you can never be absolutely positively sure what really motivated him to do what he did.
Any one of the choices under #4 ... or ALL of them ... could be correct descriptions of what was going on in Smithson's mind. Well, maybe 'd' would be a little weird, because of he wanted a building named after him, he could just as well have had it built in England or anywhere else.
The most altruistic, upstanding, pure-hearted, generous, straight-arrow, well-meaning, and kindly motive, and the answer that we can be sure Smithson gave whenever anybody asked him, is definitely choice 'b'.