10 words/ phrases to support the mood 2 euphemism/ dysphemism 2 oxymorons Prologue The heavy oak door creaked and then with a sudden jolt, slammed shut. A burly man flew through the threshold and plumped down into his velvet throne. The bitter sweet smell of a metallic vanilla filled the air.
It was a clear day. (London 64) In these first few lines, London uses very simple words and little complex vocabulary, but through his use of facts, he is able to create the imagery of a cold and gray day in a Yukon forest. The simplicity in diction is important in building London's style because it allows him to have conciseness in his writing.
The snow was blowing so hard that you could hardly see outside. A huge drift covered her driveway, and she couldn’t get her car out of the garage. Some guy in an old Chevy pickup had a snow blade on the front and came up and cleared the street and driveway. Audrey was happy that someone was so kind to take their time to help her out. The guy finished clearing the driveway and hopped out of his pickup.
Tahiti Island was an extravagant inflatable island with drink holders, chairs, and a slide. The entire extended Spedale family attended the annual family beach trip, and that day were all there on the ever so coveted Tahiti Island. Claire, Janie, and I decide to snatch some boogie boards and go towards their dad and brother, Michael. They were kayaking along the second sand bar. Invested in a normal
You can smell the brisk spring air; it reminds you of the morning dew, frost, and the wind on your cheeks. The ride to INL (Idaho National Laboratory) is full of new experiences—both for your senses and your mind. Your head is still foggy due to lack of sleep it underwent. When the bus pulls finally pulls into INL’s parking lot, loads of adrenaline-filled girls step off and onto the gravel ground. They are herded into the building, where scores of other women greet them.
No potholes, no rubbish, no cracks or stains. Even the houses are new looking and orderly. Because everyone is wearing coats, I imagine that it’s chilly outside, but the skies are clear so it’s at least a sunny day. She is standing in the middle of the street between two buildings which makes for a nice picture.
At the time I was four and Kaden (my brother) was 4 months. The day started off normal, Kaden was sleeping as usually and I was looking out the window watching raindrops race each other. At that moment I remember feeling happy and content just ready to drift off to sleep, when Suddenly the tires started Squealing. My mind was then cast into a sea of darkness that seem to have no escape.
The word village typically refers to houses that are located in a rural area with a small population. Since he is in a village, the reader knows that the area that is clear from the chaos of city life. In line 4, Frost says he is stopped outside of a house in the village, “To watch his woods fill up with snow.” The reader is able to get the impression that Frost admires the place and is in a state of contemplation. Frost watching the woods fill up with snow relates to a child looking outside to see the snow pile up on the sidewalk, or an adult looking out a window at the snow falling while deciphering the meaning of life.
A lump of disappointment formed in my chest when I saw that Gerald was home, but I noticed by the layer of snow piled on the car from a small gush of winter storm the previous night that it didn’t look as if he had ever left. I dismissed this strange thought and decided that it probably meant he had come home
’’Splash’’ went the water when we all jumped in. The water was nice and fresh,but for my little cousins in was ice cold. With the warm weather the water was a little bit warmer but it was kind of windy. So we decided to get out of the pool. Since it was already sunset we got our stuff and went to our hotel rooms to go to sleep and get ready for the next day.
Lying uncomfortably on his side, on top of his stiff, springy mattress, Matt Watson stared with locked eyes up at a small dot on the ceiling. Nothing was interesting about it, nothing about was special, it was just there and that was all Matt cared about at the moment. Friends had come and gone in his past like a rich, chocolate cake, waiting to be devoured at a birthday party. One of these friends had actually brought him to the horrible hole in life where he was now, but through the year and a half he had spent in the Tripton, Tennesee, Correctional Facility, that puny dot was his companion through it all. Every night, including this peculiar one, Matt gazed at this small, circular, imperfection that rested on the smooth, gray ceiling,
After the class completes 250 minutes of reading, they remove the card that is magnetically taped and read about clownfish. The card is written as if it was Nemo speaking to the students. Students will learn facts about clownfish and then Nemo will tell students that he will be visiting his friend Dory. After completing 500 minutes of reading, students will learn more about Dory, whom is a blue tang. Dory will speak to students more about her, what she eats, and how she survives in the big open ocean.
As we walked to the park all I could see was a winter wonderland. There was so much snow it was crazy! The roofs of the houses were white, and I could barely even see the road. "Today is a great day to go snowboarding," I mentioned. Once we got to the park we walked past the sand box, swings, and then the slide and kept on going up toward the hill.
On Wednesday, 06/15/2016 at approximately 1611 hours, Jackson County Dispatch received a 9-1-1 call for an ambulance. The caller wanted an ambulance for a 2 year old boy that nearly drowned. The location of the incident was at the Spring Arbor subdivision beach area, which was located at the end of Spring Arbor Dr. Carbondale, Jackson County, Illinois. The mother of the boy was performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) while 9-1-1 was called. I, Deputy Stacy Stark #1815, responded to the call.
1. What was life like for immigrants after they entered the United States in the late 1800’s? Answer: In the late 1800’s the primarily immigrants were from Germany, Ireland, Mexican, and Great Britain; some of them were more professional workers and others had jobs as farmers in rural areas.