The questions are all about the poem Hamlet by William Shakespeare.Questions: Question of proper morality and decision making; identity; social and political limits of being a woman; where is religion?—there are echoes of the Bible, questions of heaven and hell; morality of life and death and suicide; questions of the spiritual world; classical tragedy—learns through the mistakes of the characters rather than through a model of goodness.
Make sentences with those phrases.Set 91. frugal2. spendthrift3. assiduously studied for4. resourceful5. mendacity 6. enablesSet 101. balk at the idea of 2. deterred3. acknowledged4. susceptible to bad influences5. perpetuate evil by ignoring6. I don’t know where the bizarre event took place because I7. If he’s not averse to having a drink now and then, you should invite him to the pub because
Read the following passage carefully before you choose your answers. This passage is excerpted from a short story published in 2015. Sofia and Nathan have agreed to meet and explore a stream together.When they met at the culvert the next day, Sofia was dressed in black again. Her fingernails were also painted black. She led him south, down a gently curving street of assertive mansions, her black boots gliding over the sidewalk with steps that felt like flowing water to Nathan. Sofia was carrying a new map covered with topographical lines, and she studied it as they turned west and passed a buffet of overdone tributes to assorted architectural styles: a mini Monticello here, a bloated Tudor cottage* there. “This street follows the old streambed,” Sofia said. “The city buried it, like, a hundred years ago. But the water’s still flowing down there. In a big drainpipe.”A block later they reached another fence, and stood above another culvert from which the stream emerged, moving slower, wide and shallower, flowing into a tangle of branches and bushes.Without a word Sofia climbed the fence and landed with a splash in about an inch of water. “Technically, I’m pretty sure this is trespassing,” Nathan said as he followed her. Sofia marched along the water, pulling back branches for him. Where is this woman taking me? he wondered, and after a few paces he got his answer, as they entered an open space where the suddenly dry air seemed to vibrate under a liberated, ferocious sun. The space was a kind of meadow, framed by two mansions, each so abundant with backyard paraphernalia, Nathan felt as if he’d entered the prop closet of a studio dedicated to making movies about suburban American excess. He saw competing steel barbecue machines with gauges and propane-tank attachments; one stood before a tiled-roofed Spanish-style mansion, the other at the base of a turret-topped Moorish castle, as if ready to prepare steaks and burgers for a medieval army. Next to the Spanish mansion a pathway of flat stones led to a child’s climbing structure made of fiery redwood. The Moorish castle’s domain included a marble dining table and a tennis court of emerald cement.Sofia’s stream snaked through this gaudy landscape, making two gentle turns inside a channel sunken in crabgrass. “I just want to look at it for a while, if you don’t mind,” Sofia said, and she sat down on the grass with her sleeved arms wrapped around her knees. The water flowed in a smooth, flat current, like a bonsai-shrunken version of the Mississippi.Nathan looked up at the windows of the multistoried mansions around them and wondered if the people inside would call the cops.”Really, you just want to sit here?” Nathan said.Sofia nodded with a gentle, wordless insistence. He joined her for a second, sitting on the grass. The water was silent here, and the houses were silent too, though the birds in the trees around them were engaged in a jazz improv of tweets and hoots and cackles.After five minutes Nathan mumbled, “I’m going to keep on exploring. I’ll meet you, uh, downstream, I guess.”Sofia didn’t look up to acknowledge Nathan as he walked away. He was disturbed by the aching weirdness of what he was doing, trespassing amid fake backyard ecologies, the creek leading him on a midday sleepwalk past olive trees, a rosebush, assorted cacti, grapevines, and four cypress trees that loomed over him like monstrous green sentinels. He stepped over a low wooden fence and heard high-pitched yelling. Peering through a patch of ferns, he saw a swimming pool and two boys in bathing suits. One of the boys stopped at the edge of a diving board and stared at Nathan when he stepped out into the full sunlight. Nathan waved. The boy waved back and jumped into the pool with a percussive splash.Used by permission.Which word best represents the way the narrator describes the setting as related in the seventh paragraph?A)PeacefulB)QuietC)DistractingD)GaudyE)Monstrous
English Assignment Writing ServiceBrainstorm three threethreeExample (for one topic):Sell the audience my French Bulldog Needs: different items you could sell us (food you consume, book you love, product you use….) For each one, identify needs you could appeal to in the audience, and ways your product/item satisfies those needs. These reflect two main steps in Monroe’s Motivated Sequence which you are required to use in your persuasive speech.1. The audience might be lonely.2. They might feel unsafe in their living arrangement;3. They might be lacking in physical activitySatisfaction:1. Frenchies LOVE their people and want to be with them.2. Frenchies are protective and vocal when others try to enter their environment3. Frenchies require regular exercise.
Could anyone review Analytical assayontent of the essay.original essay from the below and make comments focusing on the cSPANGLISH SPOKEN HERE by Janice Castro.”SPANGLISH SPOKEN HERE” In her article, “Spanglish has spoken here,” Janice Castro. She believes that Spanglish is a free mode to talk for Hispanic and American people, consisting of Hispanicized English and Americanized Spanish. This accessible mode to express people came through children who adopt this mode by going to school, watching tv, playing with their friends. Also, the author thinks that Spanglish is around the USA. From Southern California to Cuba, America drivers in Miami, where a group of Hispanic people is. She also talks about Hispanic people who usually acquire short words such as microwave and dishwasher because it is easy and quick to say than Spanish. Besides it, all people even who doesn’t know how to talk in Spanish are familiarizing with Spanglish. However, Spanish Class is the most sign up in the USA than other languages. The author affirms that it is just the ten past years that Spanglish has become a national slang, and people can follow the conversation switching English to Spanish and back quickly. Janice Castro believes that Spanglish is a coding mode for Hispanic people who know the language, but they reflect the country. She wrote about major advertisers that tried to promote their products by making publicity in Spanglish that showed the meaning sometimes is not exactly, and how an example of a company made embarrassing mistakes. [an1] However, Spanglish is not favorable for every person because the way to talk is not correct. For instance, people in other cultures, such as Muslims, don’t mix their English language. Therefore, they have a better development of their second language. When people live in a country for a long time, they acquire words that are not their language. However, the mix of languages could cause adverse effects in children and adults; as a result of it, children and adults could not know how to write either English or Spanish correctly. In her paragraph two, “Spanglish has become a widely accepted conversational mode used casually-even playfully-by Spanish-speaking immigrants and native-born Americans alike.” and “Consisting of one-part Hispanicized English, one-part Americanized Spanish, and more than a little fractured syntax” (Castro, 2011). In paragraph two, Spanglish has become accepted. Still, the author doesn’t see that not every person can talk easily two languages simultaneously because there are people, for example, a mother who uses short words to speak with their sons such a “close the door”,” come here”, etc. But these mothers who don’t learn English and are limited because they cannot have a fluent conversation. Also, they conform with poor English. In section three, people could talk in Spanglish, but Spanglish in writing doesn’t exist, which negatively affects everyone. The Hispanicized English and Americanized Spanish that will never exist. What exists are people making a mix of language because Spanish is a complete language and English. My reason is that talking Spanglish should not be normalized because it negatively affects learning. They will not retain any language correctly because they are focused on little words. Also, adult people who don’t know English could be confused by the mix of languages even if they can understand the context and conform to that mix. A blend of speech is the reason why many Hispanic adults don’t learn English. The Hispanic family should teach their children to talk Spanish because some family doesn’t. Mothers could learn English with their sons; for example, in this time of coronavirus, children are attending schools through the internet, and many mothers see themselves affected positively and negatively. It’s involved in the right way because mothers are learning with their sons; they have to be present in the class. Also, it’s affected them negatively because they see themselves with poor English when they have to follow some computer instructions, and they couldn’t. If people focus on one language, not a mix of language, they could quickly learn their second language. For example, instead, the mother knows some short words in English; they could talk with their sons in English for 10 minutes a day. This action could be a benefit for them. As well as children, if they learn to write Spanish correctly and English, they will have a better future. In conclusion, Spanglish is useful in the first impression, but it causes people not to worry about learning English. Spanglish has positive and negative effects, but the adverse effects reflect when people don’t know how to write correctly one language and when people comfort themselves with poor English or Spanish. [an1]Summary is more likely about what author opinion is about rather than our own understanding of article.
Identify, label, and explain the type of figurative language or poetic device used in the song lyrics. Examples may include: imagery devices such as metaphors, similes, personification, hyperbole; sound devices such as alliteration, assonance, consonance, onomatopoeia, rhyme; and rhetorical devices such as anaphora and epistrophe.4 Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin 5 Like a house of cards 6 One blow from caving in
please help answer this 1. What is a central point you’ve taken from this course this term? Identify at least two texts from this group of readings (Douglass, Harper, Dunbar, Cooper, Hopkins, Chesnutt or Johnson) that support/express that point. Discuss how you see the text demonstrating the central point you identified.
After you read the article, tell me which of the objects was the most symbolic to you. Is this a tradition that you could embrace if you lived in Mexico or in the Southwest, or is this a tradition you would prefer to ignore? Please explain your reasons for your answer.And for your pleasure…to color and to create:
please Read From the Bottom of the Heap: The Autobiography of Black Panther Robert Hillary King and Same Kind of Different As Me, by Ron Hall and Denver Moore.summarize the two Compare and contrast Robert Hillary King and Denver Moore. Consider the following: -In what ways were King and Moore victimized? -Who victimized them? -Were they victimized in the same ways or in different ways? -As victims, did they share any characteristics that might have contributed to their being or becoming victims? -Evaluate their resiliency and recovery as victims. -What information, if any, can victimologists gather from their circumstances that might prevent other people from being victimized in the same ways?
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Victor’s creation of Life Make sure to also address the conclusion of the text in your response. b. (Keep in mind that this text was written in the middle of the Industrial Revolution, a time of vast scientific discovery) a. Consider: is the text primarily arguing against the overall scientific creation of an intelligent being, or rather against Victor’s hurried methods in creating an intelligent being, and his subsequent neglect and abandonment of the Creature? Explain your position with support from the text. What parallels might be drawn concerning Victor Frankenstein’s creation of the Creature and modern science and the creation of Artificial Intelligence? What do you consider to be the limits of authority that can be claimed as ethical in the creation of life?Please Note: I am using the 1818 edition, Frankenstein and provide the quotes page # please., appreciate it.