What sentence best tells what this passage is mostly about?
id say the second one? ‘a teacher in a poor part of the world wanted to fight poverty.’
The left side of the image portrays a man who is not paying attention he is likely not caring and it is hard to believe that he is interested due to his posture. the image on the right shows a man who is involved and interested in what is going on around him he has good posture which indicated that he is interested in what he is doing and is paying attention.
Tf is flvs english? could you explain?
English, 21.06.2019 20:50, cesargarcia17671
The tone of this speech could best be described as expressing a feeling of read the excerpt from president ronald reagan's speech on the night before the 1980 presidential election, i believe we can embark on a new age of reform in this country and an era of national renewal an era that will reorder the relationship between citizen and government, that will make government again responsive to people, that will revitalize the values of family, work, and neighborhood and that will testore our private and independent social fear hope anger pride
English, 22.06.2019 05:00, lenaeeee
“tell me o swan, your ancient tale” by kabir “the swan” by rilke “spanish dancer” by rilke “your laughter” by pablo neruda “birthplace” by shaffarzadeh “it’s this way” by nazim hikmet “counting small-boned bodies” by robert bly choose two poems that you would like to write about. analyze each poem. study the perspective, or point of view, of the speaker in each of the two poems that you select for this assignment. consider these questions: who is the speaker in each of these poems? what is the speaker’s tone? is there a conflict? is there a message? what does each of the poems have in common? what is different about each of the poems? which literary devices are used in the poems? are these literary devices found in both of the poems? what does the speaker hope to achieve in each of the poems? how are these achievements/goals been met? directions: using the two poems of your choosing, write a clear, concise, two hundred and fifty word essay that compares and contrasts the two poems. make sure you include at least two of the following to support your thesis: tone, point of view, literary devices, and meter.
Mathematics, 03.12.2020 18:50
English, 03.12.2020 18:50
History, 03.12.2020 18:50