Which of the following compounds is the most polar?
I think (A) is non-polar, C6H5CH3 is also low polar, but how about the others? What's the difference between them?1 AnswerChemistry2 years ago
1: "she charmed my English gold out of my British breeches' pocket."
2. "Not valuing now the root whence it sprang; having found that it was of a sort which nothing but gold dust could manure, I have but half a liking to the blossom."
These sentences are so difficult to comprehend. Could anyone tell me what they mean? Thanks!
Leo ___ many important historical figures during his life, and he looks forward to meeting many more.
(A) met (B) has met (C) has been meeting (D) has been met
Can anyone tell me why the answer is B, not C? What's the difference between B and C?10 AnswersWords & Wordplay3 years ago
I am wondering if there is any difference between motive and motivation?
For instance, 'my motivation to learn English is...' or ' my motive to learn English'?
When it comes to murder cases, 'motive' is being used, does it mean that motive has a negative connotation?10 AnswersWords & Wordplay4 years ago