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Based on the article, why would a company most want to improve its work environment?
According to the article, which of the following is most important to improving a home or an office?
Based on the article, which of the following would most help create a healing connection to nature?
What is the effect of the alliteration in the headings of paragraphs 10, 11, 12, and 15?
Which of the following statements provides the best support for the article’s main idea?
What does the word simulate mean as it is used in the last sentence of paragraph 10?
According to the excerpt, what is the flaw in Nick’s style of play?
What is the main conflict in the excerpt?
In the excerpt, what is the main effect of using the first person point of view?
Which of the following is a compound sentence?
What does the last sentence in paragraph 4 mainly emphasize?
In paragraph 6, what is the most likely reason the author includes the anecdote about her friend?
Based on paragraphs 7–9, why do teachers often catch colds?
What is the main irony in paragraph 11?
The excerpt mainly focuses on which way that viruses can spread?
What is the author’s main source of support for the excerpt?
In paragraph 9, which of the following is the best replacement for the word enterprising?
What does the repetition of the word “not” in lines 1–9 mainly emphasize?
In the poem, which phrase signals a transition to the true meaning of being a Spartan?
In the poem, what is the main persuasive technique the poet uses?
A “creed” is de ned as a statement of beliefs, principles, or opinions. Which of the following lines best express the poet’s creed?
What do the warders’ instructions to K. in lines 1–7 emphasize?
In lines 24 and 25, what does the description of Franz’s “dry, bony face with a great nose, twisted to one side” suggest?
Based on lines 48–56, how does Frau Grubach’s strange behavior affect K.?
What is the most likely reason K. taps his papers in line 66?
In lines 59-77, how do the warders respond to K.’s assertiveness?
Based on lines 30–32, what is the meaning of the word concocted?
According to paragraph 3, what does the author claim is the difference between hyperlinks and footnotes?
What is the main function of paragraphs 5 and 6?
Based on paragraph 7, what is the most likely reason the author uses the sentence “Anecdotes alone don’t prove much”?
In paragraph 8, the author refers to the printing press as an invention that
According to paragraph 9, how is reading different from speech?
In paragraph 4, the word boon means
In “Insomnia,” the change from the first stanza to the second stanza can best be described as a transition from
In “When They Sleep,” stars are personified as
What does the speaker wish for in lines 11 and 12 of “When They Sleep”?
How does the author characterise the people’s sleep
What does the word statesmen refer to?
What does the speaker yearn for in the last line: ‘God, teach me the language of sleep’?