Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause? Although my grandmother works, she calls us every week to ask about our lives. A. she calls us B. every week to ask about our lives C. although my grandmother works D. about our lives


Answer 1
Answer: its i think B... adverb would be the time or place or circumstances... 

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In which year was Julius Caesar assassinated by Roman senators?


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On the Ides of March (or March 15), 44 B.C., Julius Caesar was assassinated, at the foot of a statue of Pompey where the Senate was meeting.

List all the abstract nouns in this sentence:In The Odyssey by Homer, the protagonist Odysseus displays great cleverness and courage when he blinds the one-eyed giant Polyphemus.


Cleverness and Courage

An abstract noun is a noun you can NOT touch. This is the simplest way to think about it. In this sentence, cleverness and courage are both things. We know this because great is an adjective that describes them. Adjectives only describe nouns. Also, the sentence does not say that Odysseus IS clever. It says he displays or HAS cleverness. You can only have or possess nouns.

The opposite type of noun from abstract is concrete. A concrete noun is something you can touch. If you bang your head on a concrete sidewalk, you will definitely feel it...

The abstract nouns here are Cleverness and Courage. That is because they don't have visual representations, they're not tangible or visually perceived.

__________ refers to the distinctive character of a sound, or the quality that allows one to distinguish it from other sounds of similar pitch and loudness.a. Amplitude
b. Timbre
c. Frequency
d. Purity


The answer is timbre. Timbre is a feature of the sound, which is a wave. Other features of sound are pitch (related with frequency) and loudness. Timbre is the feature of sound that permit ear to distinguish sounds with the same frequency and loudness.
Timbre refers to the distinctive character of a sound, or the quality that allows one to distinguish it from other sounds of similar pitch and loudness.

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point in a story, short story, or passage.

Students have a lot harder time in school than the teachers is this a fact or opinion


Students have a lot harder time in school than the teachers will be considered as opinion.

What is an opinion?

An opinion in anything reflects an individual point of view or is referred to as the perception that what an individual thinks about a particular thing. This opinion is based on the personal judgment of an individual.

Opinions are based on assumptions or understanding rather than fact or knowledge which helps in providing the credential of the occurrence.

Facts are referred to as information that has the reliability of the events. These facts and information help that the occurred event is true by providing evidence.

In the given statement there is no fact as it does not provide any true event. It is based on an opinion that shows the judgemnt on teh issue that "Students have a lot harder time in school than the teachers"

Learn more about opinion, here:



that statement is an opinion. 
some teachers may think they have it harder, whilst some students may think the other way.

Is the following more aptly described as a simile or an analogy?"To be able to procure its own entertainments, and to subsist upon its own stock, is not the prerogative of every mind. There are, indeed, understandings so fertile and comprehensive, that they can always feed reflection with new supplies, and suffer nothing from the preclusion of adventitious amusements; as some cities have within their own walls enclosed ground enough to feed their inhabitants in a siege. But others live only from day to day, and must be constantly enabled, by foreign supplies, to keep out the encroachments of languor and stupidity."
—Samuel Johnson


The main difference of simile and analogy is simile used comparison to make the description more emphatic and vivid ,( example  : Sneaky as a snake, strong as a tank)

We can't find this kind of language on the paragraph above.

So, that paragraph above is more aptly described as an : analogy

hope this helps




Samuel Johnson is explaining his idea of boredom and to explain it  , he compares the state of being bored with the life in a city. First, he claims that there are people who can get entertained by themselves and , if they happen to get bored with this entertainment, they will bear it and even become reflective. These people have the mental capacity to do so. This is compared to a walled city that has got enough food for her inhabitants in case of a military siege. The walled city refers to the individual who can cope with his own entertainment and boredom, and the food with the mental ability to do so. The same applies to the comparison between people who depend on external factors to set boundaries to their stupid entertaitment or to keep them away from boredom ; and a city which needs foreing supplies to survive.