Despite her pessimism, kahlo's love of life prevailed. her broken bones healed, and her spirits improved when she was able to leave her bed and walk. still in pain and limping, kahlo decided not to return to school. "i felt i had energies for anything except studying to become a doctor," she wrote in one of her many notes to gomez.
based on this passage, what full viewpoint could a prepared speaker share in a discussion?
i feel that frida kahlo had a real spark.
i think frida kahlo could think past her body’s pain because she was excited to do so much.
i do not think it would be easy to go back to regular life.
frida kahlo did not go back to school after her hospital stay.
the correct answer is:
tommy and rachel were happily eng engaged: promised to another to be married.
the students were engaged in the scientist’s presentation: busy or interested sentence.
these engaged definitions show two cases with different meanings. being engaged means to be occupied, involved or attracked in any situation. but the correct application depends on the context. in the case of tommy and rachel, they are “engaged” because they have the commitment to get married. both have accepted an agreed. in the case of the students, they are interested and engaged or “committed” to finish the scientist’s presentation.
why did congress award the little rock nine the congressional gold medal in 1999?
answer 9: president bill clinton awarded the congressional gold medal in 1999, the highest civilian honor, to the originally called the "little rock nine", that was a group of nine african american students who on september 4, 1957 went to class at the previously all-white little rock central high school and integrate that arkansas school.
they were thelma mothershed (b. 1940), melba pattillo beals (b. 1941), minnijean brown (b. 1941), ernest green (b. 1941), elizabeth eckford (b. 1941), terrence roberts (b. 1941), jefferson thomas (1942–2010), carlotta walls lanier (b. 1942), and gloria ray karlmark (b. 1942). ernest green was the first african-american to graduate from central high school.
answer 10: they were prevented from entering the racially segregated school by order of arkansas governor, the racist orval faubus. they were finally able to attend after the intervention of president eisenhower, who sent division 101, putting the arkansas military guard under federal military command.