Propaganda posters for painted an unrealistic picture of war because they showed __ a-men and women united in the war efforts. b-people taking part in unpatriotic activities. c-only happy people, not people suffering or dying. d-people taking part in anti war activities.
a it is a good answer
A) Dreams make people happy.
Explanation: In literature, the theme is the underlying message of a story, it is what critical belief about life is the author trying to convey in the writing of a novel, play, short story or poem. Usually this belief, or idea, is universal and transcends cultural barriers. The theme of the poem "Dreams" by Langston Hughes is that dreams make people happy, we can know that, because he compares a life without dreams to a bird that cannot fly and to a barren field frozen with snow.
(3) In fact, one study showed that people who identified as being happy are twelve percent more productive than their colleagues.
This is the sentence that contains a detail that best supports Rany's claim. In this passage, Rany talks about the differences in productivity between happy and unhappy people. He states that happy people tend to be more productive than unhappy people at their jobs. However, the only piece of evidence Rany introduces is in sentence 3, where Rany states that people who are happy are 12% more productive than their colleagues.
I would also say F: Some musicians like music is the correct answer
It cites many times how negativity causes you to not get motivated
C. Happy people are more likely to send a lot of tweets than sad people
Explanation:If the researcher wants to find out the relationships between the tweets and the happiness of the people and he comes to a conclusion that a positive correlation exists as the number of the people that are happier are more likely to send more tweets than those of the sad people and thus concluded that a strong correlation exists when people give more tweets are considered or reported to be happy.
I believe its D.
sentence 3 i thinkC!
The answer is C) People have too many things and E) Things are unnecessary.
Through an exhaustive description of the events where we acquire things, our human tendency or "passion" to posses and accumulate and the listing of many of those objects, Elizabeth Morris intends to convey that people have too many things. At the same time, the excessiveness is such that it makes us feel very suffocated and overwhelmed, we don't enjoy them and they become a burden to us. Through this other view, we can outline the other central idea in the text: things are unnecessary.