What type of essay should I be writing to answer my writing prompt?
The answer to this question depends on the subject and the wording of the prompt. Most humanities writing (such as literature, history, social studies, business, etc.) can be written organically, either in a narrative or reflective format, depending on the level at which you normally write. Most other subjects, such as the sciences, require a specific format to be used, which is when your usual writing style can be adapted to this format. I can help you with that!
In Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," why is it so important that the creature is not called a monster, as is popular in today's Hollywood movie culture?
In Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," it is important that the creature not be called a monster because its purpose upon creation is not to be destructive, but rather to be a symbol of hope that the dead may come back to the living. The creature is not a monster, but rather yet another living being in search of love, be it familial or romantic. The true monster is Dr. Frankenstein himself, who starved the creature of the possibility of love from the moment it was created.
What phrase best fits in the following sentence: ______________ a donation, but she also founded an organization for the homeless. A. She only made B. She did only make C. Not only she made D. Not only did she make E. She only made not
The answer is D. Firstly, the corresponding phrase to "but" is "not only." Secondly, "did she make" is consistent with the tense and word order (with a helping verb) of the phrase "she also founded."