Pleassssss help me I need the answer faster. Choose the verb form Complete the sentence.
If you ask your teacher, he...............help. A)will (B) would (C) would have (D) had
1. If Peter.................a driving Iicense, he would buy a car. (A) have (B) has (C) had (D) had had
2. If All had finished his homework in time, he.............. and visited his aunt. (A) will go (B) would go (C) would have gone (D) had had gone
3. You would be healthier if you............... a balanced diet. (A) would have (B) had (C) have (D) had had
4. If I were you, I................ tell him. (A) won't (B) wouldn't (C) wouldn t have (D) didn't
5. Yahya wouldnt have learnt French if he...................... in Paris for two years. (A) didn t live (B) had lived (C) hadn't lived (D) wouldn't have lived
6. Rashid...................... on a trip if he hadn't been busy. (A) will go (B) would go (C) would have gone (D) went
7. More tourists will come to Oman if we.......................... more (A) advertise (B) will advertise (C) would advertise (D) would have advertised
8. If........................ more free time, wOuld have started to learn another language. A) have (B) had (C) had had D) would have
9. If I buy a new phone, I....................the old one to my little sister. (A) give (B) will give (C) would give (D) would have given
10. If it.......................so hot, we would have gone to the beach. (A) wasnt (B) was (C) had been (D) hadn t been
Would have gone
The eighth one does not make sense
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Even though the eighth answer is not there...
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100 points. william bradfords account describes how pilgrims adapted to life in new england. explore that experience in two brief writing tasks. base both pieces of writing on details from the text to create a coherent narrative. As much as possible, mirror the seventeenth century style that Bradford uses. Make sure you demonstrate your understanding of the text and the language of the era used when writing the text. Your response should respond to all parts of the situation as appropriate.
1. Arriving on the American continent, pilgrims trying to escape religious intolerance and establish a good and peaceful life on the new continent had a great challenge ahead. In addition to facing possible hostility by the natives, the pilgrims were subjected to harsh winters, where they had no homes to protect them. The harsh winter limited the establishment of agricultural crops, which resulted in poor and inefficient harvests that caused hunger, misery and the proliferation of diseases, which led to the death of many of the hopeful individuals.
Amid the difficulties the pilgrims saw the situation as a trial from heaven and a price paid for the miracle of God in creating those lands. That thought gave them perseverance and hope for better days.
2. When writing his experiences and the difficulties that his fellow citizens went through, Bradford used a cultured and formal language, yet simple and direct that would allow individuals of the next generations to be able to read and understand. In this way, the history of his ancestors would be recorded forever and with the narration in first person, Bradford knew that he would put a more personal and realistic content in the narration. He wanted everything to look true, so that no one would doubt the ability they had to survive in the midst of so many difficulties.
Find 1 simile and metaphor from within this
A simile is where you say something is like something else, for example ‘as cold as ice’ or ‘his skin was like ice’. There is a simile in the middle of the second paragraph that is describing his room.
A metaphor is where you say something is something else, for example ‘she is a ray of sunshine’. There is a metaphor describing an eye in the middle (roughly) of the first paragraph.
Why does the author include these sentences in the article?"When Japan invaded China in 1987, it used 50,000 bike riding troops." "In World War II, British soldiers were equipped with folding bikes." "In Sweden, soldiers used bikes for transportation until the 1980s." to compare the different ways that bloycles were used by these bike-riding soldiers to show the improvements in bicycles from the 1930s to the 1940s to the 1980s ng to explain how bikes are used in peacetime, as well as during wars to show that militaries from all over the world have used bicycles
The answer is : To show that militaries from all of the world have used bicycles
Arrange these words in alphabetical order.exert exertion exhale existent existence exist Please help!!
To arrange the words in alphabetical order, compare the first letters of each word and continue until a difference is found.
To arrange the words in alphabetical order, you start by comparing the first letter of each word. If the first letters are the same, you move on to the next letter and continue until a difference is found. In this case, the words in alphabetical order would be: exert, exertion, exhale, existent, exist, existence.
Please help, i will mark your answer as brainlyiest if you do good TwT The Tell-Tale Heart By Edgar Allen Poe Claim: The storyteller believes that he is not crazy although he is. From the beginning, the narrator was attempting to convince the reader that he was not crazy although he was bothered over his neighbor's eye. The pace of the story-line began from the narrator admitting how he had a bad feeling whenever the old man's vulture eye looked at the narrator but didn't think that the narrator was crazy over it. Soon enough throughout the story the narrator was driven crazy over the vulture looking eye from the old man and decided to kill the old man. Although from the reader's perspective it seems to look like the narrator was crazy, the narrator did not think so. The narrator had planned very meticulously over the thought of killing to the old man and acted out on it. Once the deed was done, the police came by to check because a neighbor reported suspicious activity by the old man's home. The narrator let the police in the house search it and the narrator had explained how the old man was gone to visit a friend out in the country and the police believed him. But the narrator's guilt got to him and put him on edge. He behaved more and more suspicious and finally let a cry out of admitting to killing the man because the narrator thought the policemen were on to him. The way that the mood affected me was that the narrator had begun to admit that he was a normal person, perfectly fine. But once the narrator put out the exposition it started to give out the expression that he was crazy and him denying that he wasn't crazy made the narrator even more suspicious. To conclude my claim, I see that narrator is genuinely crazy and that even though he convinced his own self and attempted to prove the reader he wasn't crazy, in the end, he was.
In my thought the answer is Yes
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