Tutor profile: Chase K.
Please read the following poem and answer the question. 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, When love, converted from the thing it was, Shall reasons find of settled gravity— Against that time do I ensconce me here Within the knowledge of mine own desert, And this my hand against myself uprear, To guard the lawful reasons on thy part. To leave poor me thou has the strength of laws, Since why to love I can allege no cause. If the speaker is implying in line 10 that he is not deserving of love, which of the following most strongly supports the implication? a) "defects" (line 2) b) "utmost sum" (line 3) c) "strangely" (line 5) d) "love, converted" (line 7) e) "settled gravity" (line 8)
Choice A is correct. The word "defects" refers to the speaker's sense of his own weaknesses or failures to meet the expectations of others. It would support an argument by the speaker that he did not deserve to be loved.
Subject: English as a Second Language
Please select the correct answer to complete the following sentence: Jane looks ___________ than Sarah. a) more younger b) more young c) very younger d) much younger Please read the sentences and circle ALL the words that are MISPELLED. The house can accomodate up to three people. She acheived her dream of becoming a doctor. John and I are very close friends. What happend to you yesterday?
d) much younger accomodate - accommodate (correct spelling) acheived - achieved (correct spelling) happend - happened (correct spelling)
Read the passage below and answer the question. October arrived, spreading a damp chill over the grounds and into the castle. Madam Pomfrey, the nurse, was kept busy by a sudden spate of colds among the staff and students. Her Pepperup potion worked instantly, though it left the drinker smoking at the ears for several hours afterward. Ginny Weasley, who had been looking pale, was bullied into taking some by Percy. The steam pouring from under her vivid hair gave the impression that her whole head was on fire. What is the meaning of the word “spate” in line 2 of the passage? (Use the contextual clues from the passage to infer the meaning) ______________________________________________________________________
a large number of similar things or events appearing or occurring in quick succession.
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