Me online english 4 quiz #1-10 question 1(multiple choice worth 10 points) (lc) what is a rhetorical device? a) techniques that elicit reactions b) support for the argument's claim c) analysis of an argument's main point d) evidence to support a claim question 2(multiple choice worth 10 points) (lc) which of the following is true of valid evidence to support an argument? a) can be based on a variety of opinions b) can come from an expert's testimony c) may be based on any online source d)may have details from wikipedia articles question 3(multiple choice worth 10 points) (lc) which type of argument appeals primarily to the emotions? a) political cartoon b) written argument c) infographic d) verbal speech question 4(multiple choice worth 10 points) (mc) staci is reviewing several sources related to her argument against restricted parking in the neighborhoods near her school. which of the following is the most credible source? a) data about the number of student drivers from 5 years ago b) information about traffic patterns in the neighborhood from a traffic engineer c) interviews with students about parking problems on campus d) observations staci conducts on a single afternoon in the affected neighborhoods question 5(multiple choice worth 10 points) (lc) which of the following sentences uses the rhetorical device called rhetorical questioning? a) what is the agenda for the protest march in washington? b) what was martin luther king's dream as delineated in his speech, "i have a dream? " c) why does a human being find it necessary to fight for freedom and justice? d) why did martin luther king present his "i have a dream" speech, in washington d. c.? question 6(multiple choice worth 10 points) (lc) when writing an argument, evidence is necessary to a) identify the audience b) tell a story c) elicit emotions d) refute a counterclaim question 7(multiple choice worth 10 points) (mc) which of the following presents a credible web resource for an argument about impurities in dog food? a) a guide to safe pet food published on petfoods. com b) a list of questionable products on wikipedia. org/wiki/petfood c) an article on foodsafety. gov about safety in the pet food industry d) an article on kibbledog. com about the ingredients in the product question 8(multiple choice worth 10 points) (mc) which of the following would offer the most valid evidence in an argument about the garden snake population in a local park? a) a narrative from a hunter about an encounter with a harmless snake in the woods b) an article by a scientist with 8 years' experience researching snake behaviors c) an encyclopedia entry detailing the behaviors shared by a majority of snakes d) an informative article about snake habitat by a company that makes snake traps question 9(multiple choice worth 10 points) (mc) read the following line from an argumentative essay: the proposal will destroy our most beloved old neighborhood trees, including the one we all climbed as children. this text presents an appeal to which of the following? a) ethos b) history c) logos d) pathos question 10(multiple choice worth 10 points) (mc) which of the following acknowledges a counterclaim? a) i do agree that the costs of the new park may be high initially, but the benefits—including financial gains—will be high in the long run. b) i do not think we can make a commitment to this project until we talk with all the interested parties. c) if we move too quickly on such a project, we will regret not investigating other options for development. d)while we cannot yet budget for a project of this size, we can make every effort to investigate the total investment.
8. Se la dijiste.
9. Se lo compras.
10. Se la da
11. Me lo trajo.
12. Nos lo lanzó.
13. Se lo doy a Marta.
14. El muchacho se lo dio.
15. Ellos nos los traen.
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1) He felt the Christians were the infidels who needed to be forced out of the Holy Land. - In a way, Saladin launched his own crusade and fought the christians in Egypt and Palestine. His victory at the Battle of Hattin was decisive. At the end of the crusades, the christians were expelled from the Holy Land.
2) Pope Urban II - He convinced many european noblemen and warriors, especially from France, to retake the Holy Land and aid the Byzantine Empire against the muslim armies.
3) Peter the Hermit - He was a french priest. He not only led the People's Crusade, but also participated in several massacres against the jews who lived in the Holy Roman Empire (modern-day Germany).
4)To secure his own power over the church - a few years before, the catholic church and the eastern orthodox church had split, and this reduced the power and authority of the Pope. Besides, Pope Urban II had to face the opposition from Antipope Clement III, who questioned his authority. Pope Urban II therefore needed to strengthen his power.
5) Louis IX - He was king of France and led the Seventh Crusade. They were defeated in Egypt and sent back to France. He tried again and took part in the eight crusade, but died of disentery shortly after.
6) Richard fought against Saladin, but eventually participated in a truce with him - Richard had a victory against Saladin, but with years, the war exhausted both leaders and a truce was negotiated. This treaty is known as the Treaty of Jaffa and allowed christian pilgrims to travel to Jerusalem, which remained under muslim control.
7) Alexius I Comnenus - who was the Byzantine Emperor at the time.
8) The Duke of Lower Lorraine, who is credited for retaking Jerusalem from Muslim Turks - He was a french nobleman and Knight, and seiged and took Jerusalem in 1099.
9)Jerusalem has a large mountain range at the northern point - These mountains are known as the Judaean Mountains, and border Jerusalem to the north.
10)Jerusalem has a mild climate, which attracted many people to move to the area - Jerusalem is located at 700 meters above sea level (around 2000 feet above sea level), and elevation causes air to cool down. This is why Jerusalem has a milder climate that most the sorrounding cities like Amman or Damascus.
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1_ The question to the answer is: Tu vas acheter des fruits ??
2_ The questions to the answer are:
_ Est-ce que tu as vu des belles œuvres d'art ?
_Quand est-ce que tu as vu des belles œuvres d'art ?
3_ Je veux des frites :
_ J'en veux
_Je les veux.
4_Je fais des exercices :
_ Je les fais.
_ J'en fais.
5_ Oui, ils en écoutent tous les weekends:
_Ils aiment aller au magasin de CD et de disques ?
_ Ils aiment la musique ?
6_ On y faisait une promenade tous les weekends :
_ Vous alliez au parc les weekends ?
_ Vous rendiez visite à vos amis ?
7_ Nous allons au cinéma :
_ Nous y allons.
8_ Vous faites du jogging :
_Vous le faites.
_ Vous en faites
9_ Ils sont allés chez leurs grands-parents:
_ Ils y sont allés
10_ J'y vais à huit heures pour lire:
_Tu vas à la bibliothèque ?
_Tu vas parler à tes amis ?
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2nd and 3rd?
A, c, d, a, b , a
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The pronouns "en" and "y"
1- Tu vas acheter des fruits . ►Oui, je vais en manger ce soir.
2- Est-ce que tu as vu des belles œuvres d'art ? ►Oui, j'en ai vu beaucoup à Paris.
3-J' en veux. ► Je veux des frites .
4- J' en fais. ► je fais des exercices.
5- Ils aiment la musique . ► Oui, ils en écoutent tous les jours.
6- Vous alliez au parc le weekend ? ►On y faisait une promenade tous les weekends.
7- Nous y allons. ► Nous allons au cinéma
8- Vous en faites. ► Vous faites du jogging.
9- Ils y sont allés. ► Ils sont allés chez leurs grands- parents.
10- Tu vas à la bibliothèque ? ► J' y vais à huit heures pour lire.
it is used when talking mostly about a noun expressing a notion or an expression of quantity
This noun is introduced by a partitive article = "du" "de" "de la" "de l' " "des".
Ils aiment la musique (no partitive article)?Oui, ils en écoutent tous les jours ==> means "ils écoutent de la musique tous les jours.=> partitive article.
It is used to replace a place,
or a thing (never a person) when "à", "à la", " à l' ", "au", "aux" is before that thing's noun. ("chez" as well"
"Ils sont allés chez leur grands-parents" means "Ils sont allés à la maison de leur grands-parents". In French, we don't say "à la maison de" but "chez"
Elle vient à ma maison ==> FALSE (she comes at my home)
Elle vient chez moi ==> CORRECT (she comes home)
je vais à la maison de mes amis. ==> FALSE (I come to my friends' house)
je vais chez mes amis ==> CORRECT ( I come to my friends')
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