I'm still answering the others,, also uh im not from where those things are so im sorry if they're wrong or smth
Yan po Sana makatulong...
answer: 1.- swamp 2.- beauty 3.-"splashed on through the swamp" 4.- straightforward 5.- an author's word choice 6.-the tone of the passage is joyous. the words that contribute to the tone of the passage are when the author says: " in glorious ". if the words "burdensome labor" replaced the words "glorious freedom" the tone would be pessimistic. there are different literary tones like for example airy, comic, condescending, facetious, funny, heavy, intimate, ironic, light, playful, sad, serious, sinister, solemn, somber, threatening, etc. sometimes, if you change one or two words in a passage you can change the tone of it. 7.- in the first paragraph the key word to create the tone are "glorious freedom" since the author seems to enjoy the long lonely excursions so the tone for the paragraph would be joyous. in the second paragraph the tone would be adventurous since the author says: " plan a nest of branches on one of the largest trees or windfalls like a monkey's nest, or eagle's, or indian's in the flooded forests of the orinoco described by humboldt. " the tone is created using words or sentences that describe how characters feel in an argument and how the readers feel about that.
di daw na maayo
music is the key men
yup music is the key
dan i’m all
Di ko po sure ung iba kong answer..
jgviyfvuug I hghiyguyh
These two phrases show how Muir feels about nature. We can tell that Muir feels pleasure when he is surrounded by nature. We know this because many of the words he uses have positive connotations (glorious, freedom, wealth, strength, beauty). We also know that he feels free when he is in nature, and that this feeling has a good impact on him. Finally, we can see that it makes him happy (rejoicing) to admire all the qualities (wealth, strength and beauty) that nature displays.
hunter "patch" adams (robin williams) is suicidal and admits himself to a mental institution. once there, he finds that using humor, rather than doctor-centered psychotherapy, better helps his fellow patients and provides him with a new purpose in life. because of this, he wants to become a medical doctor, and two years later enrolls at the medical college of virginia (now known as vcu school of medicine) as the oldest first year student. he questions the school's soulless approach to medical care, as well as the methods of the school's dean walcott (bob gunton), who takes an instant dislike to patch and believes that doctors must treat patients his way and not befriend them. because of this and incidents such as setting up a giant pair of legs during an obstetric conference, he is expelled from the medical school, although he is later reinstated when it becomes apparent to the school that his unconventional methods often help cure his patients. adams encourages medical students to work closely with nurses, learn interviewing skills early, and argues that death should be treated with dignity and sometimes even humor.
patch begins a friendship with fellow student carin fisher (monica potter) and develops his idea for a medical clinic built around his philosophy of treating patients using humor and compassion. with the help of arthur mendelson (harold gould), a wealthy man who was a patient whom patch met while in the mental hospital, he purchases 105 acres (425,000 m²) in west virginia to construct the future gesundheit! institute. together with carin, medical student truman schiff (daniel london), and some old friends, he renovates an old cottage into a clinic. when they get the clinic running, they treat patients without medical insurance and perform comedy sketches for them.
patch's friendship with carin soon turns into romance. when she tells him that she had been molested as a child, patch comforts her and reassures her that she can overcome her pain by helping others. encouraged, carin wants to help a disturbed patient, lawrence "larry" silver (douglas roberts). however, larry murders carin, then commits suicide. patch is guilt-ridden by carin's death and begins to question the goodness in humanity. standing on a cliff, he contemplates suicide again and asks god for an explanation. he then sees a butterfly that reminds him that carin had always wished she was a caterpillar that could turn into a butterfly and fly away. the butterfly lands on his medical bag and shirt before flying away. with his spirits revived, patch decides to dedicate his work to her memory.
walcott eventually finds out that patch has been running a clinic and practicing medicine without a license and attempts to expel him again because of this, as well as complaints that he has made his patients uncomfortable (which is obviously not true). desperate to prove walcott wrong, patch files a grievance with the state medical board on the advice of his former medical school roommate, conservative mitch roman (philip seymour hoffman). patch succeeds in convincing the board that he must treat the spirit as well as the body. the board allows him to graduate and he receives a standing ovation from the packed hearing room.
at graduation, patch receives his diploma and, bowing to the professors and audience, reveals his naked bottom