Among the famous buildings in Italy are:The Roman ColiseumCathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
Italy is a country that is part of the European Union, is located in the center of the Mediterranean Sea and has Italia as its official language and is divided into twenty regions.
Italy has as capital Rome, where one of its most famous buildings is the Roman Colosseum. The Roman Colosseum is an amphitheater of the Roman Empire, known for its history of each of the activities carried out by the Romans, such as gladiatorial fights.
Among other famous structures in Italy is the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, where the archdiocese of Florence is located. The cathedral stands out for its construction and is considered a historical center.
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4) Two famous high-speed trains, the Bullet Train and the Train à Grande Vitesse, can go 186 miles per hour.
1. Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Salvator Mundi, Lady within an Empire
2. Self Portrait, The Woman Weeping, The Old Guitarist
1. The world’s tallest man was eight feet, 11.1 inches tall when he died on July 15, 1940.
2. An Austrian man was both a dwarf and a giant during his adult life.
3. A woman from the Netherlands was the shortest female ever; she never weighed more than nine pounds in her life.
4. One Russian peasant woman gave birth to sixty nine children.
5. Conjoined twins used to be called “Siamese” because of two very-famous Thai brothers, Chang and Eng Bunker, who were joined at the chest.
Answer and Explanation:
1. The world's tallest man was eight feet, 11.1 inches when he died on July 15,1940. (Begin sentence with capital letter; the s in world is not plural but possessive; the name of the months are capitalized)
2. An Austrian man was both a dwarf and a giant during his adult life. (Begin sentence with capital letter; Capitalize gentilic ;these nouns use lowercase; his doesn't need apostrophe)
3. A woman from the Netherlands was the shortest female ever; she never weighed more than nine pounds in her life. (Capital letter to begin; also for gentilic; s for plural, not possessive)
4. One Russian peasant woman gave birth to sixty-nine children. (Capital letter to begin sentence and for gentilic, not for the noun; hyphen not needed between the two nouns, hyphen for tens and units; children is the plural)
5. Conjoined twins used to be called "Siamese" because of two very famous Thai brothers, Chang and Eng Bunker, who were joined at the chest. (Begin with capital letter; twins is the plural; capital letter for the gentilic; hyphen not needed after very)
Juan Ponce de León: Born in Spain in 1460. Lived in Spain. Famous for the pursuit of a rumored fountain of youth located on an island known as Bimini, Ponce de León led an expedition to the coast of what is now Florida in 1513.
Francisco Pizarro:born circa 1476 in Trujillo, Spain: He is famous for he joined Vasco Núñez de Balboa in his march to the "south Sea," during which Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean. In 1532, Pizarro and his brothers coNquered Peru. Three years later, Pizarro founded the nation's new capital, Lima
Sacramento, California: Means "Sacrament":lies at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. The district of Old Sacramento harkens back to the city’s Gold Rush era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides.
Salinas, California: Means "Salt Ponds":Salinas is the county seat and largest municipality of Monterey County, California.
The choice that combines the sentences using an appositive is B.
An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun right beside it. In this case, the appositive phrase is the NP "the Bullet Train and the Train a Grande Vitesse."
Nonessential appositives are always separated from the rest of the sentence with commas because the information they provide is not necessary to complete the sentence. If dropped, the meaning of the sentence would be left unchanged (see 1).
1) Two famous high-speed trains can go 186 miles per hour.
Two famous high-speed trains, the Bullet Train and the Train à Grande Vitesse, can go 186 miles per hour.
Is the correct answer
- Mona Lisa
- Last Supper
- Les Demoiselles d’ Avignon
- The Weeping Women
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hygrometers and hair thermometers (often found as part of hygrometers/psychrometers) can be used to measure humidity. barometers are used to measure atmospheric pressure, while anemometers are used to measure wind speed. so the 2nd and 4th choices should be the correct answers.