However, the teacher caught us, I was explaining to my teacher that she requested me to borrow my eraser. However, my friend said something different. “She wanted to copy my answers, she was cheating.” I was immediately send to the Dean’s office. At the Dean, the teacher came and gave us another test. After thirty minutes, both of the tests were graded.
In addition, it is horrible to go through life with no friends and by people judging you by your appearances. These things are showed in a realistic fiction novel, Freak the mighty, by Rodman Philbrick. To start, friendship is one of the main keys in life. Therefore, friendship can overpower anything. This is showed in Freak the Mighty in chapter 6, page 15, when Freak is on Max’s shoulders and they are being chased by Blade and his gang, and they end up in the lake but there is so much mud on the bottom that Max’s feet get stuck and he can't move.
The vivid thought of dreams illustrates Amir’s outlook on personal issues. When Amir witnessed Hassan get raped, he felt guilty for not helping, and his guilt grew on him. In correspondence with the haunting experience, Hassan had a dream of himself and Amir in Ghargha Lake. No one swims in the lake because a monster is said to be in the lake. Amir jumps into the water and Hassan follows; “”But no one was swimming because they said a monster had come to the lake.
In one event, Louie and 7 other crew members on the Green Hornet (the name of the plane) all crash: “The engine wouldn't start. The plane kept dropping. Green Hornet was doomed. The best Phil could do was try to level it out to ditch. He grunted three words into the interphone: ‘Prepare to crash.’ (pg 118).” In this moment that Louie and the crew members crash, Louie is drowning but eventually makes it up to shore.
As a Junior in his English class, Mawi needs to get a 96 on the final to get an A in the class. Unfortunately, this teacher is said to have impossible finals. “There was only one way I could ace the final: reread every book that we had covered. Take notes and have them fresh in my mind. So I did it… The test was as hard as I thought it would be.
Most of my brothers tumbled out as the man stumbled for his Ski poles but I was stuck. I was consumed With panic, praying somehow, someway I would get out before I melt. As the man started to ski down the mountain again, I started to feel the heat. Boiling, sizzling, searing heat which I have never felt before, and don’t want to ever feel again. A weird sensation began to set in, like I was melting away.
An example of this is when Chloe jumps off the bridge to die with Cal. When she jumps you get a faraway shot of her falling to the water flat on her back but then you don't actually see her hit the water. So, you know what's going to happen but don't get to see it. Lastly they make you wait to see what happens to someone but you know what's going to happen and that is going to happen soon. The creators of Harper's Island did this when John Wakefield got out of his jail cell and got into a fight with Danny.
Johnny and Ponyboy had planned to run away, but decided to go to the park to cool off. At the park, Johnny and Ponyboy run into the some troublemaking Socs. The Socs begin to drown Ponyboy in the pool. The Socs “...shoved [Ponyboy’s] face into the fountain...A red haze filled my mind and I slowly relaxed” (56). The Socs would’ve killed Ponyboy, if Johnny was not there.
Dogs are steadily jumping on him one by one. The first dog gets thrown off the ledge into the water. The second dog is shot and goes off the cliff with Rainsford, and that is how Rainsford escapes because he takes the risk of drowning in the water so that if he lives, he can get back at Zaroff. Then, since Rainsford lives in both the text and the film, he goes to get his