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Subject: French

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Comment est-ce qu'on traduire le verbe "être" dans le passé conditionnel? (How does one translate the verb "to be" in the past-conditional tense?)

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J'aurais été (I would have been) Tu aurais été (You would have been) Il/elle/on aurait été (He, she, one would have been) Nous aurions été (We would have been) Vous auriez été (You [all] would have been) Ils/elles auraient été (They would have been)

Subject: Writing

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What is a thesis statement?

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A thesis statement is a one-sentence statement that expresses the main idea of an essay. It is neither too narrow nor too broad and forecasts both the scope and subject of the essay.

Subject: English

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In Robert Frost's (often misinterpreted) poem, "The Road Not Taken," two "roads" lie before the speaker of the poem. Which do you believe the speaker took, and why? Explain your answer using evidence from the text.

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Answer:

Although the poem's speaker claims he “shall be telling,” at some point in the future, of how he took the road less traveled by, he admits in the poem's third and second stanzas, respectively, that the two paths “equally lay / In leaves” and “the passing there / Had worn them really about the same.” Here, the speaker makes evident that the roads are interchangeable, in that the one he will later call less traveled is, in fact, equally traveled. In the speaker's recognition of the roads' similarity yet final insistence on the import of his choice in road, Frost seems to meditate less on the consequences of the "road" one takes and more on the ways in which self-deception feature in our efforts to construct the stories of our lives.

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