Love Poem

– Need someone to write a 12 lined, A-B-A-B rhyme scheme love poem that’s 100% not plagerized.- Basically saying how much I love and cherish her.- Would like it to be creative and feeling put into it

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Side Quest

Imitate the sample below…  Choose one of the passages from Martin that you annotated (NOT the one used in the sample below). Answer the questions from the AGWR that one should ask oneself when reading fiction. Then fill out a chart detailing some of the choices the author makes with his writing and how you think those choices affect the audience. Then, based on that analysis, say what mood you think Martin is trying to achieve with his audience. SAMPLE “All the while the courses came and went. A thick soup of barley and venison. Salads of sweetgrass and spinach and plums, sprinkled with crushed nuts. Snails in honey and garlic. Sansa had never eaten snails before; Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself. Then came trout fresh from the river, baked in clay; her prince helped her crack open the hard casing to expose the flaky white flesh within. And when the meat course was brought out, he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate. She could see from the way he moved that his right arm was still troubling him, yet he uttered not a word of complaint. Later came sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar, but by then Sansa was so stuffed that she could not manage more than two little lemon cakes, as much as she loved them. She was wondering whether she might attempt a third when the king began to shout.” ____________________________ Who is speaking?             The narrator, but it’s Sansa’s point of view. What is happening? What is the situation?             It’s a royal feast of some kind–there is a king mentioned, and she calls Joffrey her prince. What just happened in the story?             Something worth celebrating, because there’s this feast celebration happening. What will happen next?             Something bad. The king is shouting, and that can’t be good.   Choices Martin Makes                                                Effect of those Choices on Reader     series/list separated with and instead of commas “sweetgrass and spinach and plums” “sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar,”   all of the conjunctions–the ands–make the writing sound a little breathless, as if there is so much that you have to say it all at once–this contributes to the idea of excessive food at this dinner. ALSO: the second example lists fancy food, which says this dinner is high quality as well (and b/c there is so much of it, contributes again to the idea of excess)  having Joffrey feed Sansa/help her with actually eating — “Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself.” “her prince helped her crack open the hard casing” “he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate.”   tells the reader that Sansa is not very worldly or experienced with fancy food. Also tells the reader that Joffrey likes to be in control–he feeds her like she is a baby. You could interpret that as he is being gallant and romantic, or that he is being creepy. Might also tell us Sansa is passive. She is like the food, though–at the mercy of Joffrey. the food Joffrey feeds Sansa is all encased or confined “get the snail out of the shell” “trout fresh from the river, baked in clay”   This gives the reader a feeling of being trapped. Everything is confined, not only the food, but also Sansa. She can only eat what he feeds her, and he has to get it out of its cases/shells for her.  a lot of really long sentences The reader is a little overwhelmed by the experience, like Sansa is. We–and she–are supposed to be a little intimidated. …all of this leads me to think that the mood Martin is trying to establish in this scene is a feeling of being overwhelmed and overstimulated. It’s a little intimidating.   NOW YOU DO IT.  Pick one of the other excerpts, pick at least three things that you notice in the writing–adjectives, grammar and syntax, what is being described–and then talk about how those choices on Martin’s part affect the reader’s opinion/feelings.

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[SOLVED] Student Loan Scholarship

This is a short-style essay that is supposed to be 250 words or less. The essay is part of a student loan scholarship contest (e.g., the winner will receive a scholarship that can be used toward their student loan). The topic of the essay is as follows: If money wasn’t an issue, where would you go and why?

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[Solved] Student Loan Scholarship

This is a short-style essay that is supposed to be 250 words or less. The essay is part of a student loan scholarship contest (e.g., the winner will receive a scholarship that can be used toward their student loan). The topic of the essay is as follows: If money wasn’t an issue, where would you go and why?

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[Solved] Side Quest

Imitate the sample below…  Choose one of the passages from Martin that you annotated (NOT the one used in the sample below). Answer the questions from the AGWR that one should ask oneself when reading fiction. Then fill out a chart detailing some of the choices the author makes with his writing and how you think those choices affect the audience. Then, based on that analysis, say what mood you think Martin is trying to achieve with his audience. SAMPLE “All the while the courses came and went. A thick soup of barley and venison. Salads of sweetgrass and spinach and plums, sprinkled with crushed nuts. Snails in honey and garlic. Sansa had never eaten snails before; Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself. Then came trout fresh from the river, baked in clay; her prince helped her crack open the hard casing to expose the flaky white flesh within. And when the meat course was brought out, he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate. She could see from the way he moved that his right arm was still troubling him, yet he uttered not a word of complaint. Later came sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar, but by then Sansa was so stuffed that she could not manage more than two little lemon cakes, as much as she loved them. She was wondering whether she might attempt a third when the king began to shout.” ____________________________ Who is speaking?             The narrator, but it’s Sansa’s point of view. What is happening? What is the situation?             It’s a royal feast of some kind–there is a king mentioned, and she calls Joffrey her prince. What just happened in the story?             Something worth celebrating, because there’s this feast celebration happening. What will happen next?             Something bad. The king is shouting, and that can’t be good.   Choices Martin Makes                                                Effect of those Choices on Reader     series/list separated with and instead of commas “sweetgrass and spinach and plums” “sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar,”   all of the conjunctions–the ands–make the writing sound a little breathless, as if there is so much that you have to say it all at once–this contributes to the idea of excessive food at this dinner. ALSO: the second example lists fancy food, which says this dinner is high quality as well (and b/c there is so much of it, contributes again to the idea of excess)  having Joffrey feed Sansa/help her with actually eating — “Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself.” “her prince helped her crack open the hard casing” “he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate.”   tells the reader that Sansa is not very worldly or experienced with fancy food. Also tells the reader that Joffrey likes to be in control–he feeds her like she is a baby. You could interpret that as he is being gallant and romantic, or that he is being creepy. Might also tell us Sansa is passive. She is like the food, though–at the mercy of Joffrey. the food Joffrey feeds Sansa is all encased or confined “get the snail out of the shell” “trout fresh from the river, baked in clay”   This gives the reader a feeling of being trapped. Everything is confined, not only the food, but also Sansa. She can only eat what he feeds her, and he has to get it out of its cases/shells for her.  a lot of really long sentences The reader is a little overwhelmed by the experience, like Sansa is. We–and she–are supposed to be a little intimidated. …all of this leads me to think that the mood Martin is trying to establish in this scene is a feeling of being overwhelmed and overstimulated. It’s a little intimidating.   NOW YOU DO IT.  Pick one of the other excerpts, pick at least three things that you notice in the writing–adjectives, grammar and syntax, what is being described–and then talk about how those choices on Martin’s part affect the reader’s opinion/feelings.

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[Solved] Love Poem

– Need someone to write a 12 lined, A-B-A-B rhyme scheme love poem that’s 100% not plagerized.- Basically saying how much I love and cherish her.- Would like it to be creative and feeling put into it

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[Solved] English composition

EN120 English Composition I   Directions:  Be sure to make an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading.  Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar.  If sources are cited they must be in APA format. Your response should be a maximum of two (2) double-spaced pages in length; refer to the “Assignment Format” page for specific format requirements.   The essay writing process:  You will write the first draft of a two-paragraph essay plus a conclusion.  You may choose one of these essay topics: The career I hope to follow; a special or unusual person; the best or worst teacher I ever had, or the most exciting event in my life. You will be graded on the following:   A clear thesis statement (10 points) Two topic sentences (one for each paragraph) that express the  main idea (15 points each for a possible total of 30 points) 3.       The body of each paragraph:  Each paragraph should be comprised of a topic sentence (#2 above), supporting details in body sentences (relevant to the topic sentence), and a concluding sentence (20 points each for a possible total of 40 points) The conclusion (10 points) Be sure to proofread carefully, including spell-checking. (10 points).

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[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Love Poem

– Need someone to write a 12 lined, A-B-A-B rhyme scheme love poem that’s 100% not plagerized.- Basically saying how much I love and cherish her.- Would like it to be creative and feeling put into it

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[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Side Quest

Imitate the sample below…  Choose one of the passages from Martin that you annotated (NOT the one used in the sample below). Answer the questions from the AGWR that one should ask oneself when reading fiction. Then fill out a chart detailing some of the choices the author makes with his writing and how you think those choices affect the audience. Then, based on that analysis, say what mood you think Martin is trying to achieve with his audience. SAMPLE “All the while the courses came and went. A thick soup of barley and venison. Salads of sweetgrass and spinach and plums, sprinkled with crushed nuts. Snails in honey and garlic. Sansa had never eaten snails before; Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself. Then came trout fresh from the river, baked in clay; her prince helped her crack open the hard casing to expose the flaky white flesh within. And when the meat course was brought out, he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate. She could see from the way he moved that his right arm was still troubling him, yet he uttered not a word of complaint. Later came sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar, but by then Sansa was so stuffed that she could not manage more than two little lemon cakes, as much as she loved them. She was wondering whether she might attempt a third when the king began to shout.” ____________________________ Who is speaking?             The narrator, but it’s Sansa’s point of view. What is happening? What is the situation?             It’s a royal feast of some kind–there is a king mentioned, and she calls Joffrey her prince. What just happened in the story?             Something worth celebrating, because there’s this feast celebration happening. What will happen next?             Something bad. The king is shouting, and that can’t be good.   Choices Martin Makes                                                Effect of those Choices on Reader     series/list separated with and instead of commas “sweetgrass and spinach and plums” “sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar,”   all of the conjunctions–the ands–make the writing sound a little breathless, as if there is so much that you have to say it all at once–this contributes to the idea of excessive food at this dinner. ALSO: the second example lists fancy food, which says this dinner is high quality as well (and b/c there is so much of it, contributes again to the idea of excess)  having Joffrey feed Sansa/help her with actually eating — “Joffrey showed her how to get the snail out of the shell, and fed her the first sweet morsel himself.” “her prince helped her crack open the hard casing” “he served her himself, slicing a queen’s portion from the joint, smiling as he laid it on her plate.”   tells the reader that Sansa is not very worldly or experienced with fancy food. Also tells the reader that Joffrey likes to be in control–he feeds her like she is a baby. You could interpret that as he is being gallant and romantic, or that he is being creepy. Might also tell us Sansa is passive. She is like the food, though–at the mercy of Joffrey. the food Joffrey feeds Sansa is all encased or confined “get the snail out of the shell” “trout fresh from the river, baked in clay”   This gives the reader a feeling of being trapped. Everything is confined, not only the food, but also Sansa. She can only eat what he feeds her, and he has to get it out of its cases/shells for her.  a lot of really long sentences The reader is a little overwhelmed by the experience, like Sansa is. We–and she–are supposed to be a little intimidated. …all of this leads me to think that the mood Martin is trying to establish in this scene is a feeling of being overwhelmed and overstimulated. It’s a little intimidating.   NOW YOU DO IT.  Pick one of the other excerpts, pick at least three things that you notice in the writing–adjectives, grammar and syntax, what is being described–and then talk about how those choices on Martin’s part affect the reader’s opinion/feelings.

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Student Loan Scholarship | Instant Homework Help

This is a short-style essay that is supposed to be 250 words or less. The essay is part of a student loan scholarship contest (e.g., the winner will receive a scholarship that can be used toward their student loan). The topic of the essay is as follows: If money wasn’t an issue, where would you go and why?

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