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Depending on the item, you may be required to use Machiavelli’s whole sentence or just a part of it. Make sure to punctuate and document correctly ( you need provide ONLY the page number for the quotation). Remember, you may not rephrase a quoted passage unless you are using brackets or ellipsis.
Read the words in the item below, and then type out the completed sentence in the box, including the form of the Machiavelli quotation that would fit in the blank. Depending on the item, you may be required to use Machiavelli’s whole sentence or just a part of it. Make sure to punctuate and document correctly ( you need provide ONLY the page number for the quotation). Remember, you may not rephrase a quoted passage unless you are using brackets or ellipsis.
Read the words in the item below, and then type out the completed sentence in the box, including the form of the Machiavelli quotation that would fit in the blank. Depending on the item, you may be required to use Machiavelli’s whole sentence or just a part of it. Make sure to punctuate and document correctly ( you need provide ONLY the page number for the quotation). Remember, you may not rephrase a quoted passage unless you are using brackets or ellipsis.
Read the words in the item below, and then type out the completed sentence in the box, including the form of the Machiavelli quotation…
People find a prince "praiseworthy" who keeps his promises and lives with sincerity and not with trickery.
Question 3
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The following passage is from The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli. Imagine that it appears on page 92 of a literary anthology.
How praiseworthy a prince is who keeps his promises and lives with sincerity and not with trickery, everybody realizes.
Read the words in the item below, and then type out the completed sentence in the box, including the form of the Machiavelli quotation that would fit in the blank. Depending on the item, you may be required to use Machiavelli’s whole sentence or just a part of it. Make sure to punctuate and document correctly ( you need provide ONLY the page number for the quotation). Remember, you may not rephrase a quoted passage unless you are using brackets or ellipsis.
According to Machiavelli, a prince who "keeps his promises and lives with sincerity" is recognized as a praiseworthy prince.
Question 4
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The following passage is from The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli. Imagine that it appears on page 92 of a literary anthology.
How praiseworthy a prince is who keeps his promises and lives with sincerity and not with trickery, everybody realizes.
Read the words in the item below, and then type out the completed sentence in the box, including the form of the Machiavelli quotation that would fit in the blank. Depending on the item, you may be required to use Machiavelli’s whole sentence or just a part of it. Make sure to punctuate and document correctly ( you need provide ONLY the page number for the quotation). Remember, you may not rephrase a quoted passage unless you are using brackets or ellipsis.
Everyone knows, says Machiavelli, that a prince who keeps