The question is incomplete. This is the complete question:
After lunch, the junior representatives listened to an author read from her work. Jamal’s mom had given him some money to get a souvenir of his big day, and jamal decided to buy the author’s book. When she was done with her presentation, jamal approached her and asked if she had any copies for sale. The woman gave him a copy for free and even wrote an inscription inside. She wrote, "I hope you had a blast during the conference. I wish I had someone as ambitious as you working on my campaign. Jamal was touched by her words. He shook the woman’s hand and went back to join the other junior representatives. Based on the author’s description, which word best describes the writer that jamal meets?
The answer is b): generous.
The answer is “generous” because when Jamal approached the writer, he likely intended to buy a copy of the writer’s book. However, the writer, a woman, gave Jamal a copy of her book for free, and also inspired him by inscribing the following words inside the book: “I wish I had someone as ambitious as you working on my campaign”. These two acts from the writer point to the fact that the writer was generous with her book, and words of inspiration.
A business group wants its city to finance construction of a new airport. The city commissioners and some citizens feel that a new airport will be too expensive ... the proposed site is too close to an old city neighborhood with many low-income residents. ... Bring people on both sides of the issue together to try to settle their
Both an adult and a juvenile have the right to a Miranda warning. Both an adult and a juvenile have the right to cross-examine witnesses against them. Both an adult and a juvenile have the right against self-incrimination.
So in the way the Government has the ability to free people but mostly they don't want any part of freeing us they keep us locked, away in cells,slavery
and other horrible things.
OK look at it this way we got amendments here's one. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the freedom of speech, religion and the press. It also protects the right to peaceful protest and to petition the government. The amendment was adopted in 1791 along with nine other amendments that make up the Bill of Rights – a written document protecting civil liberties under U.S. law. The meaning of the First Amendment has been the subject of continuing interpretation and dispute over the years. Landmark Supreme Court cases have dealt with the right of citizens to protest U.S. involvement in foreign wars, flag burning and the publication of classified government documents.