Friday, November 20, 2015

Author's pov

What responsibilities do people have to animals?

      I think we should  keep the animals safe. One reason I think we should keep animal because we need food and whit out meat what is this world going to be like.

      The authors purpose is they want to take orcas from there tanks to be free. Some evidence to support my answer are one ''Orcas are also called killer whales'' two ''Representative Adan Schiff of California said that ending orca shows is a good first step'' tree He whats a law that would keep orcas from giving birth to baby whales in tanks.

 "Sea world 2-
The authors purpose is that the whale should not go to the wild because it has to learn how to survive first some evidence to support my answer are one ''Orcas are also known as killer whales. they are part of the dolphin family are very large''. two There are now fewer than 80 wild orcas left in the puget should near Washington state'' tree '' Between 1965 and 1975, many puget sound orcas were captured by aquariums.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Exciting moment

One of my existing events in my story "The last song" by Nicholas Sparks. Are when Ronnie sees the guy juggling  fire balls. I think what she would do next is. That Ronnie will say hi or say nice to meet you again. They will talk and become friends and Ronnie would what to know how to juggle balls then fire balls. Another exciting moment in my story is when Ronnie saw Marcus, Blaze, Teddy, and Lance. They were all there sitting there like nothing ever happen. Ronnie would look at them and say what are you guys doing here they would explain.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Sensory Language

Some sensory language in my book "The Last Song" are, " Ronnie saw the flaming golf balls in the air". Another sentence from the story is " Ronnie watched as people began tossing money. "Ronnie felt the bowling pin in her hand". "Marcus felt the lighter in his pocket" "Marcus can see the boys grabbing there coats" also seeing them run away.

All this sensory languages make me imagine how the golf balls look like and how the lighter might fell or the feelings of the character or other sensory language.