Monthly Archives: November 2012

Complicated ;)

I’ve discovered today that I have another favourite word I like using endlessly besides “so forth and so on”. Wait for ti! It’s complicated! To be honest, it came as a shock as I don’t like anything that is complicated … Continue reading

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Character Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

The text « A Freshman`s Experience» contains some letters , the author of which is a girl Judy by name. She writes them to her guardian , whom she has never seen. Judy is a poor girl. She spent her … Continue reading

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Character Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

So,firstly I want I would like to begin with a quote about freshmen: “You can think of Hollywood as high school. TV actors are freshmen, comedy actors are maybe juniors, and dramatic actors – they’re the cool seniors.” ( Owen Wilson … Continue reading

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Character Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

The main character of the novel written in the form of the letters is Judy. She was an orphan and called her guardian Daddy Long- Legs. She spend her childhood in asylum. It was very difficult time foe her. They … Continue reading

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Character Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

After reading several letters which are a part from Jean Webster’s novel, I can already say something about it’s characters. The girl who is writing letters is Judy, an orphan. What else can I say about her. From the very … Continue reading

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Charecter Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

Judy was a very grateful for the help from her guardian, because she always wrote to him the letters with all details her life, and her education.  Judy didn’t have the enemies. She liked the girls, the teachers, and the … Continue reading

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Charecter Sketch 3 (Student’s draft)

The main character of the wich is also the narrator of the novel is Judy, a young girl. The novel is written in form of the letters that Judy writes to her guardian, whom she has  never seen. Judy was … Continue reading

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