Read the paragraph.
(1) your dog can’t talk, but you can read its body language to tell whether it is angry or happy. (2) a happy dog looks very different. (3) an angry dog may have its tail raised. (4) its ears may be pointed up and tilted forward. (5) a happy dog’s ears will be up but will appear relaxed rather than at attention. (6) a wagging tail is another common sign of a happy, friendly dog. (7) these simple signs will you gauge a dog’s mood without it saying a word.
to improve the coherence of this paragraph, sentence 2 should be moved after
d.) then bernice winced as marjorie tossed her own hair over her shoulders and began to twist it slowly into two long blond braids until in her cream-colored negligée she looked like a delicate painting of some saxon princess. fascinated, bernice watched the braids grow. heavy and luxurious they were, moving under the supple fingers like restive snakes—and to bernice remained this relic and the curling iron and a to-morrow full of eyes.
the future of her and bobby
the price of our current war is high; it costs money and it costs lives.
but it does not cost our pride. it does not cost the guilt that would arise from knowing that we did nothing to intervene while our neighboring nations fell to despotic leaders.
it does not cost the terror of knowing that our allies are unstable. it does not cost the fear that we, too, will be next to fall.
which sentence most accurately explains why the speaker's use of the parallel structure is effective in this passage?
a. it underscores that disagreement will not be tolerated and will be dealt with swiftly.
b. it makes the speaker seem like a decisive and capable leader.
c. it emphasizes reasons to fight and inspires listeners to aid the war effort.
d. it establishes the speaker's credibility by acknowledging the difficulties of war.
the correct answer is "dissent"
because dissent is when one or more judges express disagreement with the majority in court, in specific legal systems. an argument in opposition is presented to the court, with a different interpretation, or application.
(1) your dog can’t talk, but you can read its body language to tell...