I wrote about a personal experience because it was easiest to write about. I’m not sure it flows very well or grabs the attention of the readers and i want to improve that. I thought i got my ideas down on paper easily when writing but i’m not so sure about how it flows. I think it sounds a bit too choppy. I need help from readers to tell me if it was easy to read and follow.
A feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause. Its connotation is sad and depressing. When I think of this word it reminds me of being bored at school.
this is a recipe for a chicken dish that my mom makes. I don’t really know how to make a recipe or write to inform.
I don’t know what I would categorize Christopher, I barely know him and his values. His family would know how to categorize him the best out of anyone, but if I had to I would say he was brave. I admire his choice to leave society because humans have been spinning their wheels in the mud for centuries, and the fact that he chose to isolate himself from a society as idiotic and unproductive as ours is pretty cool. Christopher is pretty neat and i admire him for doing what he did.
Imitation is not wrong or bad to do, it depends on the situation it is being used. Even then it’s still an opinion whether imitation is bad or good.
This question is pretty stupid and has no correct answer seeing as there are different perspectives on the matter.
Truth is stranger than fiction because it’s true. If something is actually real and it is strange it’s more uncommon than something that’s weird but fake. I agree with this because fiction isn’t real so it doesn’t impact us as much as truth.
1.He is covered in dirt and soot. yes he seems frightening. Anyone with an axe and red eyes in a forest is creepy. gives him the treasure in return for souls
2.She was miserly and conspired to cheat on Tom. a hen could not cackle but she was on the alert to secure the new-laid egg. Her liver and heart were left because she went to hell. the heart and liver cleanse the body.
3. He had a wife as miserly as himself: they were so miserly that they even conspired to cheat each other.
4. on the opposite side the land rises abruptly from the water’s edge into a high ridge, on which grow a few scattered oaks of great age and immense size. Under one of these gigantic trees, according to old stories, there was a great amount of treasure buried by Kidd the pirate. A graveyard
5.“Deacon Peabody be d—d,” said the stranger, “as I flatter myself he will be, if he does not look more to his own sins and less to those of his neighbors. Look yonder, and see how Deacon Peabody is faring.” . He was wealthy and selfish
6.slave trade. so he becomes a banker and steals money from people
7.don’t be greedy like Tom’s wife
Grading writing or any other assignment makes learning secondary to the grade. When writing for a grade the fun is taken out it just for the grade. Writing is suddenly not about writing anymore, it’s just the grade. I think grades are pretty stupid. Nobody cares about learning more than grades anymore. It’s all about good grades in school and it’s time consuming and pointless.