3.Analogy? (I'm not sure, either Ananlogy or Idiom)
4.Angry? (also not sure)
5.either Analogy or Idiom (probably Idom)
(I'm certain numbers 1 and 2 are similes but i don't know about 3, 4, or 5. Sorry!
Look at the picture.
C) the writer tells you (and supports with examples) that Elizabeth supported the theatre despite the fact that many people tried to close them.
i think its c.
I think you put 42/5 that the unit rate then you do 5/5=1 then 42/5 equal to 8.4
so the answer is 8.4/1
sorry but i tried to understand but my brain cells died while reading the question, i'm a 7th grader so don't blame me
the answer is c bc
Exit Question #1
Three of the thirteen Original Colonies/States refused to sign the Constitution
because it did not containThe Bill of Rights. They believed the Constitution
needed to have people’s rights spelled out. Which of the Bill of Rights that they
insisted upon is the most significant to you and why? Please name which one and
write a significant paragraph explaining why (10 points).
i'm pretty sure it is 1) wants to hide her true feelings about robert. i'm sorry if it is wrong. good luck! : d
she was trying to use reliable narrator.