I don't know if there are multiple options to choose from. But as an in-text citation according to MLA style, we would reference like this (Wysocki et al. 123). Wysocki et al. goes for the last name of the main author, and 123 goes for the page number (it is just an example). When the reader sees this reference, they will easily find the full details in the bibliography.
Hi love! It’s should be A
Options A and C are the two passages that best support the answers in part A.
These passages are:
- A. “That the Members of the Corporation make it their Pleasure, and in some Degree their Business, to visit the Academy often, encourage and countenance the Youth, countenance and assist the Masters” (Paragraph 3)
- C. “That the RECTOR be a Man of good Understanding, good Morals, diligent and patient, learn’d in the Languages and Sciences, and a correct pure Speaker and Writer of the English Tongue; to have such Tutors under him as shall be necessary.” (Paragraph 8)
We can come up with this answer because:
- The author shows that it is necessary to encourage young people to attend and enroll in the Academy and that this stimulation must be done by older and wiser people.
- He reinforces that this will allow the creation of a generation of highly qualified professionals who are capable of optimizing the conditions in the country.
- He also states that for this to be possible, the professors at the academy must be intelligent people, with moral values and a high teaching capacity.
- These characteristics are required not only from professors, but also from the Rector of the academy, who must set an example to students, in addition to strengthening the reputation of the academy in the country.
Through questions like yours, we can see that Part A presents Benjamin Frankling's intentions in writing "Proposals Relating to the Education of Youth in Pennsylvania."
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The correct answer for the given statement above would be TRUE. It is true that making <span>errors in language learning is a sign of progress. This is mostly applicable to those who are still learning a second language. Hope this is the answer that you are looking for.</span>