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What is the greatest benefit to adding truthful emotions to your writing?
a) Your reader understands and appreciates your experience more fully. b) You get to show off your fancy emotional vocabulary c) Kleenex sales go up, if your story is sad d) You just might learn something!
With an essay that includes a surprising outcome, your opening sentence should:
a) short and to the point -- very businesslike b) very dull and repetitious c) interesting and mysterious, but not reveal the ending d) about something else entirely, to take readers "off the scent"
Remembering how you felt about a certain event in your life can:
a) be another of Mrs. VK's thoroughly boring assignments b) make you laugh until you go stark raving mad c) haunt you for eternity d) help you see if it was positive or negative, and consider whether you'd like to do it again
Reasonable synonyms for AFRAID might be:
a) petrified, horrified, shocked b) joyous, over the moon, thrilled c) adoring, flirtatious, coy d) enraged, blinded by fury, miffed
Reasonable synonyms for SAD might be
a) petrified, horrified, shocked b) joyous, over the moon, thrilled c) adoring, flirtatious, coy d) dejected, hangdog, blue
Reasonable synonyms for HAPPY might be
a) petrified, horrified, shocked b) joyous, over the moon, thrilled c) adoring, flirtatious, coy d) dejected, hangdog, blue
Reasonable synonyms for ANGRY might be
a) petrified, horrified, shocked b) joyous, over the moon, thrilled c) enraged, blinded by fury, miffed d) dejected, hangdog, blue
Reasonable synonyms for LOVING might be
a) petrified, horrified, shocked b) joyous, over the moon, thrilled c) adoring, flirtatious, coy d) dejected, hangdog, blue
Why does it make sense to keep emotional essays brief?
a) duh! I write the fewest words possible at all times! b) We don't want anyone to cry, now, do we? c) Because long essays are assigned by teachers meaner than Mrs. VK d) Dragging the story out unnecessarily could reduce the reader's interest
When your classmate read your essay, they were supposed to:
a) make a few suggestions for improvement and write their initials on your rough draft b) Skewer your story and make you feel ashamed c) Laugh and laugh until they had to be rolled out of the room like Violet in Willy Wonka d) talk to you about careers not requiring writing
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