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Forget Collin Klein and even Case Keenum, this country music star's son is …
He'd be the son of a country music star chasing a long-shot NFL dream with his hometown Houston Texans. Only real life is rarely perfect. It's messy, complicated and full of surprises. And Phillip Supernaw isn't his father's son. Not in anything more …
Question by Bethy S: help me on this english homewokr!!?
40. Which of the following words comes from a Latin root meaning “master”?
41. Questions 4165 assess the literature you have studied this semester. Choose the best response for each question.
In “Casabianca,” the boy’s defining character trait is his __________.
sense of humor
42. In “The Inchcape Rock,” Sir Ralph the Rover’s ship hits the Inchcape Rock and sinks because __________.
he has been driven away from Scotland, and is too angry to steer his ship
he has removed the Inchcape Bell, which could have warned him
he has killed the Abbot of Aberbrothok, who usually rings the Inchcape Bell
he has forgotten that the Inchcape Rock presents a danger to passing ships
43. Which of the following lines from “The Listeners” contains an example of alliteration?
“Knocking on the moonlit door;”
“Of the forest’s ferny floor:”
“Above the Traveler’s head:”
“That goes down to the empty hall,”
44. What do the Mudville fans and readers expect Casey to do in “Casey at the Bat”?
The fans and readers expect Casey to hit a home run and win the game for Mudville.
The fans and readers expect Casey to strike out and lose the game for Mudville.
The fans and readers expect Casey to attack the umpire for calling the first two strikes.
The fans and readers expect Casey to refuse to cheat in order to win the game.
45. What is the mood in “The Cremation of Sam McGee” in the stanzas immediately after Sam dies?
The mood is lighthearted and silly.
The mood is serious and somber.
The mood is romantic and sensitive.
The mood is chaotic and confused.
46. Which of the following lines from “The Highwayman” contains an example of figurative language?
“They fitted with never a wrinkle, his boots were up to the thigh!”
“He rose upright in the stirrups; he scarce could reach her hand”
“The moon was a ghastly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas”
“King George’s men came marching up to the old inn-door.”
47. What is the rhyme scheme of this stanza from “The Inchcape Rock”?
Without either sign or sound of their shock The waves flowed over the Inchcape Rock; So little they rose, so little they fell, They did not move the Inchcape Bell.
48. In “The Highwayman,” Tim the ostler spies on the highwayman and Bess because __________.
Tim is a British soldier
Tim is in love with Bess
Tim is jealous of Bess
Tim has been robbed by the highwayman
Answer by Michele
i only know the answer to #47. AABB
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Question by Bleeb: What does this phrase mean?
From the song Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood: “I dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped-up 4WD” It obviously means she scratched up his car with her keys, but my friend thinks it means she unlocked his door??? Please tell her otherwise and your opinions on the meaning, k thanks!:D
Answer by Cammy D’heron
It means what it says what else.
I dug my key” – she took her key
into the side” – dug her key meaning scratched on the side of the car
of his pretty little souped up 4wd” on his car
watch the video she will see it shows her scratching his car.
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Question by rfunke84: Have you seen this Johnny Cash poster?
I used to see it on Ebay and I saw one at a party once, it looks like this:
Black and white picture of cash in a suit, with a white handkerchief in the the breast pocket, and he has one hand in his front suit pocket. Then the bottom or top just says “CASH”
The picture is of him when he was prob. mid 30′s, and he has a little bit of a smirk.
I scoured Ebay and Google. Anyone ever seen this one?
Answer by à®Tiffany&Lillyà®
yah but its been awhile i saw it on ebay also
What do you think? Answer below!