Which of the following thesis statements are precise? Select all that apply. Where teachers are concerned, all that glitters is
not gold. Football is an expensive sport. The phonemic system of Russian makes the language difficult to learn. The domesticated house cat requires intelligent care if it is to reach its life expectancy. Fashion fads are here today, gone tomorrow.
The correct answers are: "<u>The phonemic system of Russian makes the language difficult to learn</u>," and "<u>The domesticated house cat requires intelligent care if it is to reach its life expectancy</u>.
<span>Thesis statement is not merely a topic. It is the main idea of a writing assignment that often reflects the writer's opinion about the topic based on personal experience or personal reading. From the thesis statement, supporting sentences will be given to prove said statement to be true. The precise thesis statement among the given choices are 2) Football is an expensive sport. 3) The phonemic system of Russian makes the language difficult to learn. </span>
Answer: I Believe Holmes and Watson are clever spies because they Pay Attention to detail, they never leave a possible piece of evidence behind! They are a great team as they can complete more tasks and investigate more scenes and criminals than a single Detective can. Holmes' and Watson's Minds are trained and experienced in the field of Investigation of crimes. They are Intelligent and Methodical, and are prepared for the tough tasks they may be given !
the queen granted him a wish and sent her subjects to help the lion who was asleep in the poppy field
"Don't speak of it, I beg of you," replied the Woodman. "I have no heart, you know, so I am careful to help all those who may need a friend, even if it happens to be only a mouse."
"Only a mouse!" cried the little animal, indignantly. "Why, I am a Queen--the Queen of all the Field Mice!"
"Oh, indeed," said the Woodman, making a bow.
"Therefore you have done a great deed, as well as a brave one, in saving my life," added the Queen.
At that moment several mice were seen running up as fast as their little legs could carry them, and when they saw their Queen they exclaimed:
"Oh, your Majesty, we thought you would be killed! How did you manage to escape the great Wildcat?" They all bowed so low to the little Queen that they almost stood upon their heads.
"This funny tin man," she answered, "killed the Wildcat and saved my life. So hereafter you must all serve him, and obey his slightest wish."
"We will!" cried all the mice, in a shrill chorus. And then they scampered in all directions, for Toto had awakened from his sleep, and seeing all these mice around him he gave one bark of delight and jumped right into the middle of the group. Toto had always loved to chase mice when he lived in Kansas, and he saw no harm in it.
But the Tin Woodman caught the dog in his arms and held him tight, while he called to the mice, "Come back! Come back! Toto shall not hurt you."
At this the Queen of the Mice stuck her head out from underneath a clump of grass and asked, in a timid voice, "Are you sure he will not bite us?"
"I will not let him," said the Woodman; "so do not be afraid."
One by one the mice came creeping back, and Toto did not bark again, although he tried to get out of the Woodman's arms, and would have bitten him had he not known very well he was made of tin. Finally one of the biggest mice spoke.
"Is there anything we can do," it asked, "to repay you for saving the life of our Queen?"
"Nothing that I know of," answered the Woodman; but the Scarecrow, who had been trying to think, but could not because his head was stuffed with straw, said, quickly, "Oh, yes; you can save our friend, the Cowardly Lion, who is asleep in the poppy bed."