. What was Oscar like when he was a little boy? What happened to him to cause his physical appearance to change so much? Do you think this change could have been avoided–why or why not?3. How did you feel about the first 10 pages of the book when your narrator, Junior, is explaining a bit about what he considers the “typical” Dominican person’s view of their history and superstitions? Why do you think the book starts with this section?4. What do you think about Junior as a narrator so far? What kind of person does he seem to be in your opinion? Why do you think we aren’t hearing the whole story from Lola, Oscar, or their mother Beli?
The underlined pronoun in each example is unclear because it could refer to more than one noun in the preceding sentence. Help me revise the sentences to clarify the pronoun reference either by restating the noun, changing the sentence structure, or repeating one or more words from the previous sentence. Thank you.1. A few microorganisms, such as Mycobacterium tuberculosis, are resistant to phagocytic digestion. This is one reason why tuberculosis is difficult to cure.2. Results indicate that binding decreased about 4-fold when the temperature increased from 4°C to 17°C (Fig. 1). This suggests that the binding among the particles may be governed by interactions such as hydrogen bonds or van der Waals forces that weaken when temperature rises.3. The breakthrough was achieved because the researchers applied new methods and concepts, which had been developed in nonlinear dynamics to describe the spontaneous formation of order in various disciplines. This was only possible because the underlying laws are universal at a certain abstract level.
Is the paragraph below a type of cause and effect, illustration, persuasion or process Comet City should build a community college that would provide educational opportunities for the residents of the town. Most important of all, many bright students cannot afford to go to the University three hundred miles away because they would have to pay for room and board as well as for tuition. The latest census says that “70 percent of the population of Comet City earns less than $20,000 a year. “It seems obvious, therefore, that few Comet City parents are financially able to send their children away to school. The second reason for building the college is that such an institution could provide local industry with highly skilled employees. The large plastics factories, for instance, often need bookkeepers, salespeople, chemists, and technicians. Mrs. Bellwether, the president of the Acme Toy Company, said in a recent interview that she is definitely behind the construction of the college and that her firm needs college-trained personnel. Moreover, a college at Comet City would attract many new residents to the area, people who would like to settle in a city that could give their children the chance to continue their education. Although many critics of the proposed college fear that its construction would drain Comet City’s treasury, a well-educated population will create, in the long run, a prosperous and an economically sound city.
English Assignment Writing Servicehello,I need help on this rhetorical precis.This chart is for the poem Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll.Chart:poem: ‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.”Beware the Jabberwock, my son Thee jaws that bite, the claws that catch!Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun Thee frumious Bandersnatch!”He took his vorpal sword in hand; Long time the manxome foe he sought—So rested he by the Tumtum tree, And stood awhile in thought.And, as in uffissh thought he stood, Thee Jabberwock, with eyes of flaame,Came whiffliing through the tulgey wood, And burbled as it came!One, two! One, two! And through and through Thee vorpal blade went snicker-snack!He left it dead, and with its head He went galumphing back.”And hast thou slain the Jabberwock? Come to my arms, my beamish boy!O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!” He chortled in his joy.’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Is the paragraph below a type of description, persuasion, illustration or classification One night a moth flew into the candle, was caught, burnt dry, and held. I must have been staring at the candle, or maybe I looked up when a shadow crossed my page; at any rate, I saw it all. A golden female moth, a biggish one with two-inch wingspan, flapped second. Her moving wings ignited like tissue paper, enlarging the circle of light in the clearing and creating out of the darkness the sudden blue sleeves of my sweater, the green leaves jewelweed by my side, the ragged red trunk of a pine. At once the light contracted again and the moth’s wings vanished in a fine, foul smoke. At the same time her sig legs clawed, curled, blackened, and ceased, disappearing utterly. And her head jerked in spasms, making a spattering a noise; her antennae crisped and burned away and her heaving mouthparts crackled like pistol fire. When it was all over, her head was, so far as I could determine, gone, gone, the long way of her wings and legs. Had she been new, or old? Had she mated and laid her eggs, had she done her work? All that was left was the glowing horn shell of her abdomen and thorax-a fraying, partially collapsed gold tube jammed upright in the candle’s round pool.
Question: Tell a Dynamic character(A dynamic characterRefrences: To novel online version pdf : is one who learns a lesson or changes as a person either for better or for worse) in the novel Gone by Michael Grant that changed and give evidence from the novel Gone by Michael Grant. As well as explain why you chose what you chose.https://clicklibrary.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/oceanofpdf-com_gone_series_complete_collection_gone_hunger_lies_plague_fear_light_gone_no_1-6_by_michael_grant.pdf
describe how you want to present yourself as a candidate to your chosen job ad. When the hiring committee looks at your materials, what words—beyond words such as professional or punctual—would you like them to associate with you? And how will you achieve that goal?Consider the following: -What extra research about the company and/or position must you do in order to better understand how you need to present yourself as what they are looking for? -Are there any concepts or key terms you need to research or know more about before you begin constructing your ethos? -Are there any expectations of personal values for the ideal candidate? If so, how can you express align yourself with those values? -Will you implement any strategies from this week’s lecture notes or readings? What purposeful moves will you make to enhance your ethos in the rhetorical situation of your job ad?
He plunged in among the big spruce trees. The trail was faint. A foot of snow had fallen since the last sled had passed over, and he was glad he was without a sled, traveling light. In fact, he carried nothing but the lunch wrapped in the handkerchief. He was surprised, however, at the cold. It certainly was cold, he concluded, as he rubbed his numb nose and cheek-bones with his mittened hand. He was a warm-whiskered man, but the hair on his face did not protect the high cheek-bones and the eager nose that thrust itself aggressively into the frosty air.At the man’s heels trotted a dog, a big native husky, the proper wolf-dog, grey-coated and without any visible or temperamental difference from its brother, the wild wolf. The animal was depressed by the tremendous cold. It knew that it was no time for traveling. Its instinct told it a truer tale than was told to the man by the man’s judgment. In reality, it was not merely colder than fifty below zero; it was colder than sixty below, than seventy below. It was seventy-five below zero. Since the freezing-point is thirty-two above zero, it meant that one hundred and seven degrees of frost was obtained. The dog did not know anything about thermometers. Possibly in its brain, there was no sharp consciousness of a condition of very cold such as was in the man’s brain. But the brute had its instinct. It experienced a vague but menacing apprehension that subdued it and made it slink along at the man’s heels, and that made it question eagerly every unwonted movement of the man as if expecting him to go into camp or to seek shelter somewhere and build a fire. The dog had learned fire, and it wanted fire, or else burrow under the snow and cuddle its warmth away from the air.Huskies are designed to live through very cold temperatures. 1. With this in mind, why do you think the author makes a point to elaborate on the dog in the section? 2.What is the author trying to get the reader to infer?
**This question is for tutors who have read or is willing to read “A Doll House” by Henrik Ibsen.** Will give a great rating for your help. After having read A Doll’s House, explain which literary theory you think it is more appropriate to discuss, either the play as a whole or a specific aspect of it. If you think more than one theory is applicable, feel free discuss them too. Use the guiding questions listed under each theory (from the literary theories resource) to help you identify a pertinent theory.Discuss what literary elements or dramatic devices the author utilizes to achieve meaning and generate interest. For example, you may want to consider any or all of the following: -How does the author use foreshadowing to hint at events to come in the play? -What symbols do you see in the play? What do they mean? -How does Ibsen use dramatic irony (when the audience knows something a character doesn’t) to generate suspense? -Discuss Nora’s epiphany. What is the nature of her realization, and what are its consequences?
Vargas concludes his narrative by recounting his mother’s advice as he got on the plane: ‘If anyone asked why I was coming to America, I should say I was going to Disneyland’ (48). Why do you think he ends this essay by mentioning Disneyland? What might he be implying? Did you find this ending effective–and if not, why not? https://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/26/magazine/my-life-as-an-undocumented-immigrant.html