World History Homework Seven Answers - Student Eighteen

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World History Homework 7


1. It went from about AD 1300-1600.


2. Martin Luther was a Catholic monk who left the church because he saw some flaws in its beliefs. He nailed his 95 theses up to the church door in the German part of Europe in 1517 starting what was called the reformation.

Concise and correct.

3. The Baroque style was a mix between new paintings, new music, new poetry, and plays. The motivation was to just get some new stuff out there.

Your answer is refreshing, I must admit! I might even use it as a model, despite it not being what I was looking for.

4. The English language is categorized in three different developing periods. The Old English, Middle English, and Modern English. It started when the Germanic tribes settled in England around the time of the fall of the Roman Empire, AD 450.

Good, but need some dates for middle and modern English too. (Minus 1).

5. The country of Vietnam won its independence in the year AD 939. The Lu dynasty ruled for a little over two hundred years in 1009-1225 and established its capitol at Hanoi, which is still the capitol today. The fierce fighters of Vietnam defeated the harsh warriors of the Mongols in the late 1200s. The treatment of women in Vietnam was considered to be better then China.

Excellent, could use as a model.

6. The city-states of Italy were well rounded already before the renaissance because of the Greek and Roman Empire. The Greek and Roman empires were not as well built in places such as Asia therefore they were not as well educated and couldn’t do anything about it.


7. Barack Obama, because he will say or do anything to get as many people to his side as possible.



H1. The strengths and advantages to the English language is because it’s the most common language, It is also one of the easier ones to learn.


H3. I think that the reformation was going to happen sooner or later and someone would point out the flaws. It just took a good many like Martin Luther to get it started.

"good man", not "good many." Good answer.

H8. Martin Luther was a courageous man to start the Reformation. With many following after him and dyeing because of what he started, such as William Tyndale. But it was Tyndale who finally helped it to come to and end. He translated the bible even after he lost it all in a boat wreck. A copy finally got to the king and he said there was nothing wrong with it and that everyone should have a copy of this bible in there home.

Good analysis, but some spelling needs fixing: "dying" and "their home" are the correct forms.
Superb insights, with two potential model answers. 99/100. Well done.--Andy Schlafly 14:18, 22 March 2009 (EDT)