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Dear Ian: I am calmed by your reading of Rachel Sherwood's poem, “the World in the Evening,” because the words give a very calm vibe. Also the title is very calm. One line that stands out for me is, “voices sound like echoes in these streets." I think this line is...

That is very common in families. I think that that is important to the story.

This is an interesting idea. The baby might grow up without a father but they are still happy.

I think that this is really important to the story. That is why I think it is one of my better comments.

I picked this because I think that it shows how worried she is. I think that is also interesting how she is dreaming about their problems.

I think that they should be used for the police but should not be released to the general public. The reason for this Is you don't know who you might be scarring for life.

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  • @LeoP
  • November 23, 2020

I think that you really explained the turning point of the character well. I like how you described what he used to be like and what made him what he is like now. This was a well written essay and you analyzed the book well.

I think that it should be up to the business if they use cash or not but if it is something that is an essential business I would say that cash and card should be allowed.

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  • November 4, 2020

I think that is also important to mention that she killed coin because she saw that she was not looking for equality. This relates to now because it is important that we don't try to become more powerful we should try to make everybody equal.

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  • November 4, 2020

This would leave the reader excited because when he gets to Hogwarts is when everything cool happens. Also the way he finds out he got in is cool.

I really like how you explained American values. I feel like it is important to know what drives Americans. This way it will be easier to understand our country.

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I agree with you. I think that she is prepared to do what she needs to do.

I think this shows that she has a lot of anxiety about something happening to Fonny. The dreams you have have some truth about your thoughts.

What makes them think that they are in Puerto Rico? I know they don't have lots of money but there is loads of other places they could be.

It sound like he was abused very badly. Nothing he could have done should give him that type of punishment.

I think that she is trying to say that she cares more because she loves him. The same goes if you hate somebody you will pay more attention to what is happening to them.

How are they gonna do that? Are they gonna break in?

Why would they run away from home? They may not like it there but at least there is shelter and food.

I think that the parents are just disappointed in the oldest child for not getting married.

Why does he sound angry at her. Did something happen?

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I think that Fonny is going to tell his dad about what just happened.

Why is he saying “that you have to get used to me.” I thought they already new each other well.

I don't know why she is crying because she loves him.

I agree that they were forced to grow up.

Who else did she try to kill?

It's kind of crazy how rude he his to them.

I think it is interesting that he is so happy she is having a baby even though the father is in jail.

yeah I think that people's childhood is what shapes them as a person

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