Choose the answers that best describe a persuasive essay

Choose the answers that best describe a persuasive essay

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Solution 1

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Answer: convince, logic, examples.

Explanation:

how i know this cause I'm taking the same test right know.

Solution 2

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Answer:

The three answers are convince, logic and example.

I took the test

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That said, it's hard to grasp the full extent of the bicycle's impact on Americans in the late 19th century – particularly female Americans. Imagine a population imprisoned by their very clothing; the stiff corsets, heavy skirts, and voluminous petticoats that made it difficult to take a deep breath, let alone exercise. Add to that the laws and social conventions that cemented a man's place as head of the household and holder of the purse strings. How suffocated women must have felt. And how liberated they must have been as they pedaled their wheels toward new horizons. —Introduction to Wheels of Change, Sue Macy What is the central idea of this part of the introduction? The introduction of the bicycle is one of many factors that led to women’s liberation. The introduction of the bicycle provided a way for women to begin exercising regularly. The introduction of the bicycle drastically changed women’s wardrobes. The introduction of the bicycle showed that men were the heads of their households.
Solution 1

Answer:

The introduction of the bicycle is one of many factors that led to women’s liberation.

Explanation:

This is the main idea of this introduction. In these lines, the author explains what the bicycle represented during its first years in America. She tells us that American women were severely limited in their actions by the assumption that women needed to play a secondary role in society. They most likely felt trapped in many different ways. With the bicycle, women were able to move independently and feel a sense of liberty. The author implies that in this way, the bicycle became one of the factors that led to women's liberation.

Solution 2
The introduction of the bicycle is one of many factors that led to women’s liberation.
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Which piece of writing is an example of a satire
Solution 1
Writing that critisizing a certain aspect in society such as some one may make a movie or a comedic book to criticize certain things such as police by pointing out their faults
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Do You Think the controversy over women in combat will ever subside
Solution 1
Honestly, no. I think it may get a little less heavy over time but I believe there will always be a fair number of people who will be opposed. 
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Which excerpt from "Long Haul" contains an emotional appeal to young people, urging them to take action?
Solution 1
They'll / do great things if they're willing to dig
Solution 2

Answer: c

Explanation:

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“Helping others with their problems keeps your own problems in perspective” do you agree of disagree? why?
Solution 1
I agree. While helping others with their problems, it really opens your eyes as to how good you really have it most of the time. As the saying goes, "you could always have it worse". 
Solution 2
I seriously just made an account to go "Seriously Lauryn". Shame on you lol
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HELP ME PLEASE! WHOEVER ANSWERS FIRST GETS BRAINLIEST! How do the circumstances of Jean Valjean’s life shape society’s perceptions about him?
Solution 1
Well don't put it in these exact words but... he didn't make good decisions so people didn't think he was a good guy so society thought the worst of him

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The writing process is a collection of strategies unique to each individual writer. Writers continually evolve and adjust their strategies as they become more experienced. When you finish a writing assignment, how do you grow as a writer? Part of bettering your own writing is applying the feedback you receive from past assignments. One way to do that is through peer review. Peer reviews can offer a fresh lens on areas that need improvement. Using a previous writing example, explain how the feedback you received was helpful in improving your writing. Explain ways in which future peer reviews would be helpful. What advice would you give to students who take this course in the future who haven’t experienced a peer review of their writing?
Solution 1
You can grow as a writer after finishing a writing assignment, not only because of the knowledge you gained when writing the essay, but also by looking at and implementing corrections. You may see grammar mistakes, organizational issues, or citation errors more clearly, especially if a professor or peer has pointed them out for you.

After finding a previous writing example that has feedback on it, you can explain that the feedback was helpful by catching errors you didn't see, by helping you brainstorm ideas to expand your essay, or by helping you re-word phrases that were unclear to an outside reader. 

You can explain that future peer reviews would be helpful because you would be receiving multiple perspectives on your piece, and you would be able to have a discussion about your piece that could lead to new ideas and/or refinement of your previous ideas.

You can advise future students that peer reviews may seem daunting at first, but they are less scary with practice and are beneficial for your paper. You should also advise them that when giving peer reviews, the feedback should be honest, constructive, and professional. 
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What word make three compound nouns below? 1/ break 2/ beans 3/ shop
Solution 1

Answer:  The correct answer is :  1 / break

Explanation:  The compound noun is the one that is made up of two or more simple words, that is, it can be divided into two or more words called lexemes. The compound noun is formed by the union of two or more simple words.

Solution 2
The answer would be break :D 




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What was at the root of the Spanish American War? Social issues Human rights Economic concerns Political differences
Solution 1
I would say economical concerns but i am no expert.
Solution 2

Answer:

It's A. Social Issues.

Explanation:

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An opinion can not be proben without dispute
Solution 1
It can, because some people are ignorant and can’t take some opinions so they fight that its wrong.