Think about your purpose in writing: Does your introduction state clearly what you intend to do? Will your aims be clear to your readers?
Think honestly about your thesis: Do you still agree with it? Should it be modified in light of something you discovered as you wrote the paper? Does it make a sophisticated, provocative point, or does it just say what anyone could say if given the same topic? Does your thesis generalize instead of taking a specific position? Should it be changed altogether? For more information visit our handout on thesis statements.
Check the focus of the paper: Is it appropriate to the assignment? Is the topic too big or too narrow? Do you stay on track through the entire paper?
Answer: I think it’s answer C, correct me if I’m wrong though.
Explanation: cause they are mad at him and all that, so I think the answer HAS to be a negative effect!
It is C
Got it correct on test
Even though something can lie anywhere, it cannot lie there. In addition to lying down, something else is also laid down. On a bed or other flat surface, you lie down.
In addition to lying down, something else is also laid down. A direct object with lying is not required. Lay needs a present object. The same rule applies to lying as well as laying; be careful with your spelling.
The past simple is laid, whereas lying is the -ing form. I enjoy reading while lying on the beach. The -ed form, laid, is quite formal and rarely used. She was daydreaming as she laid on the bed and looked up at the ceiling.
Therefore, Lie, beside is used when you put something down flat, while lie means to be in a flat position. Photos are plural, so there is no need for besides to also be plural.
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lay is used when you put something down flat while lie means to be in a flat position
photos is plural so there is no need for besides to also be plural
The cats run to the barn.
"loaded word A word that carries additional emotional weight or significance whether positive or negative beyond its literal meaning. If you want to get into politics, you should always avoid using loaded words that might offend someone unintentionally" -the free dictionary
can i have brainliest pls it will be gamer moment
to influence the audience with words and strong connotations
B. may recur in literature from different cultures and historical periods
1- Ive seen roses streaked with red and white
2-but i dont see those colors in her cheeks
3-and some perfumes have a sweeter scent
4-than the bad breath of my mistress
Yes,I will agree.
Because it depends in our situations,,,what if we don't have a vacant time for reading a lot of pages in the books?We are successfully person if we pursue our dreams and fassions in our lives.We know that education is the most important of us the most powerful weapon and a beautiful way to having a successful life soon.It depends also to our practical experience if we tried to have a hard problems or whatever that make's you look down your self with self saying,,,I quit!or I stop it,,,it's over!!!I have a lot of sacrifices but no one can appreciate? That's the one of your example that you need to have a great job in your future and make it inspirations of what you're family says about your characteristics and your attitude that no one can understand your situation but keep studying...It depends the practical experience not from the books because your hard experiences is makes you keep strong and keep fighting for your next experience.
1. What is the fourth paragraph mainly about? *
The reasons why phones are banned from camp
The actions that teenagers take to be able to have their phone at camp
The benefits of having phones at camp
The justification for teenagers having phones even at camp
2. What is Kimberly Fink’s viewpoint on technology for teens? *
Teens should not go to summer camps that do not allow technology
Teens will make more friends if they go to a summer camp that bans technology
Teens need technology to inform parents about how they are doing
Teens are too dependent on technology
3. What is the eighth paragraph mainly about? *
The action one camp director takes to reduce parents' fears about their children's safety at camp
The types of electronic devices that are forbidden at the Canteen Roads Teen Travel Camp in New York
The reasons parents inquire about the rules against cell phones before sending their children to camp
The Web site for parents of campers attending the Canteen Roads Teen Travel Camp in New York
4. Which statement from the article best supports the opinion that teens should stop worrying about their gadgets and go to camp? *
Dr. Michael Assel is a pediatrician at the University of Texas Health Science Center.
The lack of communication can be unnerving for both parents and campers.
"They keep you so busy [and] you are having so much fun [that you] forget about the computer."
"I just thought it was too much for me to handle," Tim admitted.
5. Re-read the following paragraphs from the article, and use context clues from the to select the most logical definition for the word apprehensive? *
6. According to the article, why do experts think it's a good idea for camps to ban the use of electronic gadgets? *
Because without their gadgets, teens are more likely to socialize with other campers
Because without their gadgets, teens feel a little strange, as if a part of them is missing
Because without their gadgets, teens will likely tune out from the events happening at camp
Because without their gadgets, teens are prevented from contacting their parents and friends
7. Based on evidence from the article, what inference can we make about how being without devices impacts teens when they are away at camp? *
They have a hard time to begin with but eventually they strengthen their communication skills and form new friendships.
They grow more and more anxious by the end of their time at camp and desperately need their phones back.
Parents argue they have no way of communicating with their child.
Camps will allow teenagers to have their phones half way through their stay at camp.
8. Which detail from the text supports the claim that teens easily adjust to being without their devices? *
“Many teens find it hard to imagine going without computers, cell phones, and iPods—so hard that they're reluctant to go to a summer sleep-away camp where these things are forbidden”
“To reassure them, he gives parents his cell phone number and provides campers with a prepaid calling card.”
“It's a "shock to the system" for teens who are digitally dependent to surrender their technology”, said Anastasia Goodstein
“ He said that teens may at first feel a little strange, as if a part of them is missing, but once they get involved in camp activities, these feelings often go away.”
9. Re-read the following paragraph (11) and use context clues to select the most logical definition for the word fleeting. *
10. What is the author’s viewpoint on teenagers giving up phones and devices? *
The author does not express his/her viewpoint in the article.
The author thinks teengaers should have phones and devices while they are at camp.
The author thinks that teens should have a choice about whether or not to give up their devices during their time at camp.
The author thinks that teenagers use their phones and devices too often when they are not at camp.