my Captain! What does Portia claim to be. (a) peals of praise means shouts of acclaim by spectators on winning a prize. Question 1. Is Bank Reconciliation not required in every company? So may he the outward shows be least themselves : The sense here is that the outward appearances of things may differ greatly from their real natures, still : continually; always. Answer: The show of evil in law can be obscured if the legal argument is seasoned by the pleasing voice of an advocate. "Mark nodded and looked down at his feet. It became hard for that greedy king who wanted to have all gold in his life. What is the speaker referring to in these lines? Question 5. The partnership also assumed this note payable. He would have leave Belmont immediately. c. allness statement Answer: Portia tells Bassanio to desist from making the choice of the casket. In "Annabel Lee," how does the poems use of internal rhyme contribute to the tone of the piece? Answer: Midas was a king who got the power of turning whatever he touched, into gold. Question 4. If he had the present money : if he had the money at the present time, confound : ruin; reduce to beggary, plies : continues to approach; presses, and doth impeach the freedom of the state : to impeach in legal language, meant to bring an accusation against. Shylock brings the charge that Venice is denying him his legal rights, and therefore is violating the free rights which foreigners were supposed to enjoy, magnificoes of greatest : port, the greatest nobles of Venice were termed Magnifici, the Hoble-minded or magnificent ones Of greatest port may be rendered as of the most noble carriage, when I was with him, I have heard him swear : this is an indication of the passage of time showing that Jessica is speaking of things by no means recent. Question 4. Lincoln fell and was seriously injured. Celine asks her professor if she can give a speech on "friends with benefits." Question 2. Or it will be like the sweet sound of the dawn that steals into the ears of the sleeping bridegroom. April 25, 2023. "It's okay," said the girl. You shall have gold To pay the little debt twenty times over: When it is paid, bring your true friend back with you. Passage 11 (Act III, Sc.II, Lines 197-207). Why does Portia feel she can sin? It shows how America is a war zone that takes strength from people and causes them unnecessary stress. Sales revenue 175,000175,000175,000 310,000 Cost of goods sold (60,000 ) (85,000 ) Salary to owners Jack and Jill (40,000 ) (50,000 ) Employee wages (15,000 ) (20,000 ) Depreciation expense (10,000 ) (15,000 ) Miscellaneous expenses (7,500 ) (9,000 ) Interest income (related to business) 2,000 2,500 Qualified dividend income 500 1,000 Overall net income 45,00045,00045,000 134,500. a. What informations does the passage give about the losses of Antonio? Question 3. Thats why he rejects the golden casket. This transcript was created using speech recognition software. With noble courage and grace she speaks openly of that which any woman less sincere or less wise would have tried to pass over. because there might be multiple answers and they had to figure out those answers themselves. Bassanio and Portia have expressed their love and commitment to each other. Examiners are encouraged. The people of the country are celebrating Lincoln's victory. Question 5. Answer: She would not let him lie by her side with a disturbed mind. Mark's cheeks are soft. Why is gold referred to as gaudy? What, according to Bassanio, was the experience of the painter after he had painted one eye of Portias picture? What is the speaker referring to in these lines? Because thinking of your love makes me feel so rich that I wouldn't switch places with kings. Answer: The speaker is referring to the glowing lamp that the worm carries. Happier than this : and a happier circumstance than that is etc. He hears the mechanics, the carpenter, the mason, and the boatman singing. What, not one came in? Why does she speak in this manner? In what way Portia sums up her qualities? Answer: Portia admits that she is as a whole nothing better than an ignorant girl having no training or experience of life. Answer: The speakers are at Belmont at this time. My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will; Which statement best describes the significance of comparing Lincoln's death to the death of a captain on his ship in "O Captain! Question 3. Much to the professor's surprise, the speech is about friends who engage in sexual behavior. What have you learned about the literature of civil rights by reading these poems? Tags: Question 3. I come off to the side, to give and to receive. It was a token of Portias love and remembrance and if it was ever lost, it will mean the end of their love. See answers Advertisement rebecca6853 5. My Captain!." Where on the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead. Since this fortune falls to you, Be content and seek no other new one. But in a moment everything belongs to Bassanio. These are the symptoms of the disease called love. The North has won the Civil War. Answer: The object was to capture the hearts of men. \text{Remainder} & 60\% & 40\%\\ Gentle lady, When I first gave my love to you, I freely told you that all the wealth that I had Ran in my veins, I was a gentleman; And then I told you the truth. Beshrew your eyes : means Curse you! though the expression is always used in a humorous and light-hearted manner, where a curse is not intended, overlookd : the evil eye. InterestonbeginningcapitalbalancesSalariesRemainderJordan3%$12,00060%ONeal3%$12,00040%. Shakespeare's main message is that which will fade in life (beauty) can be immortalized in verse. his poetry will live forever. How can an error in religion be approved? Despite the hardships endured and the terrible injustices suffered there is a dignified . And not one vessel escaped the dreadful touch Of the rocks that can break a merchant? But let me hear the letter of your friend. Answer: Bassanios fortune changes incredibly after he wins the prize. There is no vice so simple that it takes on Some mark of virtue on outside. What promise she takes from Bassanio after giving him the ring? JESSICA : When I was with him, I heard him swear To Tubal and to Chus, his countrymen, That he would rather have Antonios flesh Than twenty times the value of the sum That he owed him; and I know, my lord, If law, authority, and power, dont deny him, It will go hard with poor Antonio. Portias fate is similar to her. What was Bassanios actual financial position according to his own confession? PORTIA : How all the other passions fly to the air, As doubtful thoughts, and rash-embraced despair, And shuddering fear, and green-eyed jealousy! When I'm having bad luck and am looked down upon by other people, I cry alone in self-pity, "And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, / And look upon myself, and curse my fate,". Question 2. Question 4. He had to try hard with his oaths of love to win Nerissas heart. \text{Salaries} & \$12,000 & \$12,000\\ They own 25 and 75 percent, respectively. What is the sin referred to in the extract? He then springs a surprise by expressing his wish to , get (married. The progress made by the soldiers has more impact than words. Question 3. Bassanio gets portia as his wife. 8. Oh! Question 4. The final couplet of Sonnet 29 declares that this joyfulness brought about by a thought of the fair lord is enough to convince the speaker that he is better off than royalty. Go, Hercules : she fancifully addresses Bassanio as her Hercules. In case of such a failure she would have entertained such a sinful wish. That created an opening for Albany Democrats to use their legislative supermajorities to approve congressional and state Senate lines . From her cautious confessions and nervous style, we can surely conclude that she is passionately in love with the handsome suitor. Question 3. What is the speaker referring to in these lines? What is the sweet bar between the lips of Portia. Portia has presented a ring to Bassanio, extracting a promise from him that he will not lose it. There were the doubts of success and the feelings of hopelessness which made her tremble with fear of a possible failure. answer choices. The speaker celebrates each individual song, which . Mark's cheeks are soft. What, not one hit : What! See answers Advertisement Advertisement hardysouthern hardysouthern The poem, generally, is about the Civil war and the death of President Abraham Lincoln, who is the Captain. Is today your first day? Bassanio refers to other examples to explain his point. But she is bound to honour the will of her father. In line 7, he envies the artistic talent of one man, and the opportunities afforded someone else. Answer: She wants him to go to the church with her and legally make her his wife. If you are well pleased with this, And hold your fortune for your bliss, Turn to where your lady is And claim her with a loving kiss.. What do Portia and Nerissa plan to do in the absence of Bassanio? Sonnet 73 takes up one of the most pressing issues of the first 126 sonnets, the speaker's anxieties regarding what he perceives to be his advanced age, and develops the theme through a sequence of metaphors each implying something different. Add money amounts. Question 2. Who are the other persons present there? Question 2. You don't have to be scared. Alcides : another name for Hercules; Cp. Having made one eye, I think it should have power to steal both his, And leave itself poor: yet look, how far The body of my praise insults this shadow By valuing it less, so far this shadow Limps behind the substance. But the full sum of me Is the sum of something which, in general, is an unlessoned girl, unschooled, unpracticed; Happy in this state, she is not too old To learn; Account : estimation, livings : property; possessions, exceed account : surpass all reckoning, but the full sum of me, is sum of nothing : but the sum total of all my virtues amounts actually to nothing at all. More books than SparkNotes. The partnership's inventory at December 31 ,20X7, was $20,000. Her picture is shut in one of these caskets. Bassanio has just chosen the right casket.Inside he has found Portias portrait and a scroll announcing his success. Portia offers herself humbly by saying that she stands before him with whatever shortcomings and merits she has. From what she has seen of the choice by Morocco and Arragon, she knows that the leaden casket is the right casket to choose. This is why he is doubtful of his success even when it has been achieved. I view the fight with much, much more sadness than you that are fighting. Do these eyes move? lord : used as owner without regard to sex. While birds quietly shelter in trees in the heat of the day, a sound comes from plants in the meadow. This time has lengthened to a 'month or two'. a. denotative meaning The land was subject to a $50,000 mortgage, which the partnership assumed on January 1, 20X7. The style is clearly indicative of a maidens unexpressed love which she is finding hard to conceal. April has a perfume because of the flowers that begin to bloom. Question 2. Answer: According to Bassanio, the painter should have lost both of his own eyes and thus have been unable to complete the eyes in his painting. Why does the speaker repeat the refrain "life doesn't frighten me at all"? She disparages her wealth, and wishes it to be ten times as great it is at present for the sake of Bassanio. People on a boat are happy to be returning home from . Answer: A moment ago she was the mistress of this beautiful house. Define blundering. What is your assessment of Portia? Answer: SALARINOs assessment of Shylock is perfectly correct; and we agree with it though we also know that Antonio too had been ill-treating Shylock and had even been spuming and denouncing him for his greed and usury. She is not only relieved of tense feelings, but she is overwhelmed with a rapturous joy. & \textbf{Jordan} & \textbf{O'Neal} \\ You can specify conditions of storing and accessing cookies in your browser. March 29, 2022 - 0 likes, 0 comments - Halfpriced & New Books (@halfpriced_books) on Instagram: "The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations has been long hailed as the most . The partners allocated the net income for 20X7 and closed the accounts. Answer: These words are spoken by Bassanio and are addressed to Portia. This time has lengthened to a month or two. Mark has a nice smile.3. It is a poem about Lincoln's career, his greatness, and his fall ( death ). People are crowding the shore, waiting for a boat to dock. So he was in danger of starving to death, and had to pray to the gods to withdraw their gift, thou pale and common drudge : Silver is called a pale and common servant, passing from man to man (i.e., in the form of silver coins), meagre lead : unattractive lead, in comparison with gold and silver. The beards of Hercules and frowning Mars : men who are cowards, yet wear beards like Hercules, the god of strength, and wear a frowning expression which might suit Mars, the god of war. Edited by MJ Davis Lin, Michael Benoist and Lisa Chow. Others have rain in the sense of scatter down the joy. surfeit : to sicken of a thing from having too much of it. If you live, I live. What according to Bassanio, were the dangers encountered by the painter while painting the eyes of Portia? In large graven letters on the wall of the newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall is a quote from poet Langston Hughes: "I, too, am America." He is the lord of all. When Bassanio saw ^ lady Portia, Gratiano saw her maid, Nerissa. Passage 7 (Act III, Sc.II, Lines 124-138), BASSANIO : but her eyes! Explain how Whitman develops an extended metaphor in his poem. What does she wish to be for the sake of Bassanio? Question 5. The professor agrees, thinking the topic will be on the benefits of fri Each partner withdrew$200 each week in anticipation of partnership profits. here are severd lips, parted with sugar breath : her lips are slightly parted by the sweet perfumed breath which passes in and out. Drudge actually means a hard-worked slave. My Captain!" This could be real or imagined, but it is enforced in line 2, when he bemoans his "outcast state." Answer: She wants to love him dearly because she has paid heavy price for him. that they were black, poor, and different from white people; enlightenment; lost innocence and learned inequalities of life at school and learned to compare herself. For intermission, no more pertains to me, my lord, than you : for delay in seizing an opportunity is no more a fault in my nature than it is in yours, as the matter fall : as things turn out. ke roses,end underline,. Explain how the lottery of caskets won by someone but the speaker got the benefit into the bargain. c. allness statement b. euphemism Much to the professor's surprise, the speech is about friends who engage in sexual behavior. He may win; And what is music then? Answer: At this point of the play, we can easily conclude that Portia has already fallen in love with Bassanio. How much money is Portia willing to give to have the bond defaced? Karine Jean-Pierre | 1.7K views, 59 likes, 3 loves, 75 comments, 8 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from RT: Press briefing by White House Press Secretary. My Captain!? Answer: Bassanio looks like young Hercules who saved the life of Virgin Hesione from being sacrificed to the sea-monster. In law, what pleirso tainted and corrupt, but, being seasond with a gracious voice, obscures the show of evil : Bassanio reflects that a dishonest case in law may be made to appear just, by the eloquence of a clever lawyer. Outward show of beauty is the deceitful shore, which might attract a sailor, but the sea ahead of it is dangerous. Answer: He thinks that the eyes of the picture move. Answer: Portia is willing to give thirty-six thousand ducats. Celine's professor did not realize that Celine was using a(n) ______________ to make the topic sounds less explicit. It is a poem of both loss and celebration as their leader died but they won by the end of the civil war. D. A celebration is being held by the passengers of a ship. Bassanio/ has the wisdom and good luck to choose the leaden casket which contained Portias portrait. In what way does Portia show that she is more fond of Bassanio than the other two suitors who had attempted the choice of caskets. He seeks Bassanios permission that when they celebrate their marriage, he too may be allowed to marry. Answer: It means external show or decoration. CashInventoriesLandEquipmentJordan$60,00080,0000100,000ONeal$50,0000130,0000. In religion,what damned error, but some sober brow will bless it, and approve it with a text, hiding the grossness with fair ornament : similarly in religion it is possible for some wicked doctrine to appear fair and true if expounded by a serious priest, and concluded by a text from the Bible.simple : plain; unmistakable, stairs of sand : these would indeed be very untrustworthy and unreliable steps to walk upon. In what mood is the speaker at this point of time? The ship imagery at the beginning introduces the idea of life as a journey with dangers. b. The sound of the typewriter reinforces this idea by suggesting that self-expression is necessary to survival. When a ship captain dies, it is a tragedy, because he is the leader of the boat, just as Lincoln was the leader of the country. She was satisfied with her lot. What does the scroll advise Bassanio to do since he has been lucky to choose the right casket? Question 3. Briefly state the reasons which made the speaker to choose the casket in order to win the prize. , endship. a. denotative meaning Nerissa and others standing nearby represent the women of Troy. Jordan and O'Neal agreed to share partnership income and losses in the following manner: JordanONealInterestonbeginningcapitalbalances3%3%Salaries$12,000$12,000Remainder60%40%\begin{array}{lrr} O Captain! With reference to silver, its coins are of a very busy common currency. Answer: Bassanio thinks that women use beauty aids or cosmetics to look beautiful. rise up and hear the bells; questions and answers for nuts for skeptics to crack, It was Mark's first day of school in a new town. To what does Portia refer by this expression? Thus decoration is only the deceived shore To a most dangerous sea; the beautiful scarf Veiling an Indian beauty; in a word, The seeming truth which skillful times dress in To fool the wisest men.

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