Tutor profile: Lauren K.
"A subway system is expanded to provide service to a growing suburb. A bike-sharing program is adopted to encourage nonmotorized transportation. To alleviate rush hour traffic jams in a congested downtown area, stoplight timing is coordinated." Which choice best maintains the sentence pattern already established in the paragraph? A) Coordinating stoplight timing can help alleviate rush hour traffic jams in a congested downtown area. B) Stoplight timing is coordinated to alleviate rush hour traffic jams in a congested downtown area. C) In a congested downtown area, stoplight timing is coordinated to alleviate rush hour traffic jams.
The best answer is choice B. Choice B continues the pattern of beginning the sentence with a noun subject, as opposed to an infinitive. As it stands right now, the third sentence is stylistically different. Choice A begins the sentence with a gerund, as opposed to a noun. Choice C begins with a prepositional phrase, and the main subject is later in the sentence. This is also stylistically different from the first two sentences.
"Against that time (if ever that time come)/ When I shall see thee frown on my defects,/ When as thy love hath cast his utmost sum,/ Called to that audit by advised respects—/ Against that time when thou shalt strangely pass,/ And scarcely greet me with that sun, thine eye..." The use of the adverb "strangely" means:
in a distant manner. The speaker is speaking of a time where the subject no longer loves them. The person passes by the speaker "strangely" or in the manner of a stranger. The subject will "scarcely greet" the speaker with their eyes.
Subject: US History
Explain a similarity and difference between the colonies of the Chesapeake region and the New England region from 1607 to 1754.
The Chesapeake colonies had an economic system that was mainly based on farming using the labor of indentured servants as a result of the rich soil and warm climate. On the other hand, New England has rocky soil and a harsh climate not suitable for agriculture. As a result, the New England colonies' economies were based on trade and fishing because of easy access to the ocean. Both colonies did use indentured servants and slaves as a significant source of labor, and depended on trade to and from Britain to sustain their domestic economies.
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