6. Which choice shows the proper way to use a colon? Warnings are written: on the following labels medicines, cleaning products, and some foods. Warning: If taken internally, consult a physician immediately. There is: one thing you should always read a warning label. My doctor said, “Read the label.”

Answers

Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The answer that shows the proper way to use a colon is Warning: If taken internally, consult a physician immediately.

Explanation:

A colon basically introduces a word, phrase, sentence or list. Whatever is introduced by the colon is emphasized. In this case, as the sentence introduced is a warning, the colon is very useful to highlight that the following message is important.

Answer 2
Answer: The second example because the colon means after the word warning it is telling you what it is.

Related Questions

What does when I heard the learn'd astronomer suggest about the poets point of view
Read the sentence. The doctor told his patient that he would need to step out of the room if the phone rang. Which of these best clears up the ambiguity in this sentence without changing its meaning? The patient was told by the doctor that he would need to step out of the room if the phone rang. Stepping out of the room, the doctor told the patient he would need to if the phone rang. The doctor said to his patient, "I need to step out of the room if the phone rings." If the phone rang, the doctor told his patient he would need to step out of the room.
In which sentence is the number written correctly?a. The water temperature at the beach is sixty-eight degrees.b. My uncle will turn thirty one on Tuesday.c. We donated twenty six bags of clothes to a charity.
Which memory trick can be used to expand your vocabulary?I. prefix II. rhyme III. acronym I only I and II II and III I and III
What argument is Franklind. Roosevelt making in this excerpt from his "Four Freedoms" speech?

One common element of writing in the Southern gothic tradition is ______.a light and positive mood

stories written in the first person

characters who are deeply flawed

themes about the goodness in humanity

Answers

Southern Gothic genre does not have a light or positive mood, nor are there themes about the goodness in humanity  The stories are sometimes written in first person but not a predominant mode.  The answer is the Southern Gothic tradition is about characters who are deeply flawed.  They are usually
metntally, or morally 'off'.  Even the so called 'innocents' dealt with in this type of writing, usually has some type of deeply imbeded flaw.  

C- Charaters who are deeply flawed

correct on ow

The plot of the Giant house by Elizabeth mccracken

Answers

Peggy Cort is a lonely spinster librarian living on 1950s Cape Cod when an unusual young boy comes into her libarary. He is James Sweatt and he is already taller than any boys in his school and growing at a rapid rate. The book covers the slow friendship that develops between Peggy and James the Giant. Peggy is there when James gets injured, when his mother dies and when he travels.

Peggy realizes about halfway through the book that she is in love with the young giant but doesn't quite know what to do with her emotions. She helps his family build him a giant-sized cottage behind their house. She tries to set him up with a girl his own age as a teenager but eventually his friends grow up and leave and he is left with Peggy as his primary friend to help him deal with the tourists and gawkers who come to see the boy who won't stop growing.

When he is over eight feet tall and nineteen the two go to New York City to participate in the circus. While they are there he meets the smallest woman in the world who talks to him of marriage and he asks Peggy if she wants to get married. They talk about it but nothing comes of it and after they return, although they have declared their love for each other it is too late and the giant is already becoming sicker and dies soon after.

Which word or words in the sentence are the predicate nominative? The committee leaders will be Amy and Megan. A. Amy, Megan B. Megan C. Amy D. team captains

Answers

Hey!! The answer is,  A. Amy, Megan! A predicate nominative is the noun following a linking verb that restates or stands for the subject!

which of the following sentence is written correctly a. he and me made delicious dinner for our parents b. him and I made a delicious dinner for our parents c. hey man I made a delicious dinner for our parents d. he and I made a delicious dinner for our parents

Answers

The correct answer is "d. He and I made a delicious dinner for our parents." In this case you would use the pronoun "he," not "him." If you used the words "with" and "between, for example, you would use the pronoun "him." Example: "I made a delicious dinner with him for both of our parents."

How did Shakespeare create a distinction between the educated nobility and the coarse lower classes?

Answers

Shakespeare created distinction between the educated nobility and the commoners by having the nobility speak in a perfect iambic pentameter while the commoners would speak in simple blank verse.

At the time that William Shakespeare lived and wrote, the differences between the higher and lower classes, nobility and laborers, were very marked and social mobility was rigid and impossible. While the nobility was usually exhalted and presented as almost god-like and admirable, the gentry were seen as a bit better than the lower classes, but still not as respected as the nobility and the working classes, laborers and farmers, were seen as the lowest of all. In Shakespeare´s work, this is seen most commonly. Although he tends to focus more on the nobility and sometimes the gentry, giving the nobility an air of not just education but also refinement through their portrayal of softness, good manners and especially through the use of language, in the case of the working classes, he would paint them usually as the villains, as people with very little intelligence and wit and he establishes differences between them most particularly through the language that they use. In the case of the nobility, their language is refined and almost always written in verse structure, underlining their level of education. But for the lower classes, he usually gives them the use of coarse, unrefined vocabulary and the structure in which he writes is in prose, which underlines their lack of education. He also establishes differences through body appearance, as at the time people believed that social rank was given through different substances like blood, and other fluids.

What is one essential element of historical fiction?A.The story conveys only real information for educational purposes.
B.The story blends elements of fictional narrative and historical fact.
C.The story leaves out character and plot, including only historical data.
D.The story contains only historical figures and has no imaginary figures.
E.The story describes imaginary figures and events, ignoring factual history.

Answers

The correct answer is B. The story blends elements of fictional narrative and historical fact.

Explanation:

The term "Historical Fiction" refers to a literary subgenre that mixes elements of both factual history and fiction. Because of this, it is common stories that belong to this genre, include settings, situations that occurred in the past or even historical figures mixed with fictional characters or events, that allow the author to depict the social conditions of one historical period without completely attaching to the facts or reality. Additionally, his sub-genre was first defined during the 19th century, but it is believed some traditional and ancient texts such as the Greek epics are part of it. Considering this, it can be concluded one essential element of historical fiction is that "The story blends elements of fictional narrative and historical fact" because the essence of this subgenre is the mix between the historical reality and the fictional reality created by the author.

B. The story blends elements of fictional narrative and historical fact