I NEED THIS ASAP Read the excerpt below and answer the question. GEORGE: Listen, Emily, I'm going to tell you why I'm not going to Agriculture School. I think that once you've found a person that you're very fond of...I mean a person who's fond of you, too, and likes you enough to be interested in your character...Well, I think that's just as important as college is, and even more so. That's what I think. What is the explicit meaning of this excerpt from Our Town? George does not value education. George does not want to learn about agriculture. George wants to stay and develop a relationship with Emily. George wants to receive letters from Emily while he is at school.
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Let's look at the four answer options.
1. George does not value education.
2. George does not want to learn about agriculture.
3. George wants to stay and develop a relationship with Emily.
4. George wants to receive letters from Emily while he is at school.
Option #1 is incorrect because he says that love is just as important or more important than college, and since love is a huge theme in literature, it leads me to believe that he does still value education as well.
Option #2 is incorrect as well because he does not talk about why he doesn't like agriculture at all, and he only mentions it when talking about the school.
Option #4 is incorrect because he says nothing about letters and specifically says he isn't going to school so he wouldn't be receiving letters at school
This leaves us with option #3. This makes sense because he is saying that love and relationships are more important to him than school, so he will stay and not go to the school.
The answer is George wants to stay and develop a relationship with Emily.
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The answer is: George wants to stay and develop a relationship with Emily.
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Let us recap the story. 2 mice are settling on 2 distinct decisions; the first works a great deal and stores beans, while the other one was moving. The moving mouse at that point understood that it expected to plan for winter and approached the primary mouse for help. The principal mouse was condemning of his exercises and told its cousin that there is some discipline for investing your energy pointlessly like that. He urges the mouse to try sincerely and compensate for it. Subsequently, the story is about obligation (discipline) and the way that you have to work so as to get results (endure winter). This is pointed towards younger readers a sort of lesson about responsibility
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Adjective clause is a type of dependent clause that consists of a subject and a verb. As It functions as an adjective, it modifies a noun or a pronoun. This type of clause begins with certain relative pronoun such as that, which( to refer to things) and who and that (to refer to people).
In this example, the clause “who were fond of their comforts” is the adjective clause which functions as an adjective as it modifies the noun “Romans”.
due to the evindence i will have to say its b
Once upon a time, a prairie mouse busied herself all fall storing away a cache of beans. Every morning she was out early with her empty cast-off snakeskin, which she filled with ground beans and dragged home with her teeth.
The little mouse had a cousin who was fond of dancing and talk but did not like to work. She was not careful to get her cache of beans, and the season was already well gone before she thought to bestir herself. When she came to realize her need, she found she had no packing bag. So she went to her hardworking cousin and said:
"Cousin, I have no beans stored for winter and the season is nearly gone. But I have no snakeskin to gather the beans in. Will you lend me one?"
"But why have you no packing bag? Where were you in the moon when the snakes cast off their skins?"
"I was here."
"What were you doing?"
"I was busy talking and dancing."
"And now you are punished," said the other. "It is always so with lazy, careless people. But I will let you have the snakeskin. And now go, and by hard work and industry, try to recover your wasted time."
Which statement best identifies the purpose and theme of this legend?
A)The legend aims to teach readers a lesson about understanding, revealing the theme "honesty is greatly respected."
B)The legend aims to teach readers a lesson about responsibility, revealing the theme "you get out of something what you put into it."
D)The legend aims to teach readers a lesson about determination, revealing the theme "any job can be completed with effort and cooperation."
C)The legend aims to teach readers a lesson about free time, revealing the theme "life's pleasures must equal life's work."
i would buy something that he loves and same like cartoon character he loves
T-shirts are the ultimate in company swag (and cheap advertising).Good t-shirt designs are those that people want to wear. The t-shirt doesn’t get stuffed in the back of the closet with a custom cartoon t-shirt designed just for him.It can be all kind of color and awesome drawing of his favorite cartoon characters.
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option a is absolutely correct