Words have powerful meanings behind them and they should not be underestimated. This is why people carefully choose what they say. However, that’s not at all why chose Jell-o as my favorite word. I chose it s
I do agree with you that words have powerful meanings behind them and they should not be underestimated. One reason I say this is because, words aren’t just letters put together in a sentence, they are more then that, and I think words do have deeper meanings.
I agree with words have a powerful meaning and people should not just say things without knowing what they mean.One reason I say this is because words can really get to someone,sometimes something that you say to someone can stick in their minds for a long time either positive or negative.
Dear Nishan, I am satisfied with your post because you have a point of the word jell-o. The word jell-o is a fun word to say. Plus, jell-o is a very delicious dessert to eat after dinner. Your post reminds me something that happen to me. One time, I ate all the jell-o there was in Golden Corral. Thanks for sharing your post, I look forward into seeing more of your post. Sincerly, Jason
Great story , you should try connecting the Jello back to a personal connection to help pursue your story. It will help the story flow together more. This using of words is not just to take up space, some of these words really do have deeper meanings.
Cool story, you should try using the word Jello with a personal connection to help better your story. It will help the story come together more. The use of words is not just to take up space, some of these words really do have deeper meanings.
I am interested in your post because we can feel your passion and excitement for jello. Although you do need to fix a few errors throughout your post. There are errors in the way you are spelling certain words.
One thing you said that stands out to me is “The English language has always had a poorly fixed system of rules that seem to have more exceptions than most math equations.” I agree with that because it is true, speaking English seems to be harder than math sometimes!
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