Source: the help by kathryn stockett pg.27
Context: ” and how many calories do spec that them meringue thingies have.
In their words: an item of sweet food made from a mixture of well-beaten egg whites and sugar, baked until crisp and typically used as a topping for desserts, especially pies. Individual meringues are often filled with fruit or whipped cream.
In my words: i thought it was a fruit, like a orange.
source: the help by kathryn stockett pg 4
Context: she is talking about her dead son and how he” didnt talk till 3rd grade then he came home saying words like conjugation…”
In their words: the variation of the form of a verb in an inflected language such as Latin, by which are identified the voice, mood, tense, number, and person.
In my words: i thought that it meant congregation… not my finest moment, its sad that a third grader is smarter than me. which i just now notice the importance for the tv show “are you smarter than a third grader” cuz this is messed
Source: The Help by kathryn stockett pg 3
Context: She is sewing and ironing clothes for the brifge club ” she already got the dress on that i ironed this morning the one with sixty five pleats.”
In their words: a double or multiple fold in a garment or other item made of cloth, held by stitching the top or side.
In my words: i thought it said pleakly so i got a picture of pleakley. but it was just pleat.
I think that secrets are a pretty funky concept to try to understand. Because most people have at least one secret that they keep, whether goo or bad or whatever the case is we all keep one and it has to do with a lot of trust because, if a secret gets out your done for. For the hubermans case, they cant trust anyone and they have to keep this really big secret so no one can come to get max. Most secrets are very little compared to the one that they have to keep, a persons life is at stake if they cant keep it on the DL. So would this ruin or hurt liesel, it could, first of all she stole books and she kept that secret so i think shell be fine. why,
Source: Farenheit 451 by ray bradbury pg 42
Quote: “And suddenly she was so strange he didnt recognize her at all.”
Context: he and his wife are going through kind of a rough patch and h e doesent know her like he did
This makes me think: I hope that if i get married i dont see my wife like this becasue that isnt good. probably not the best idea to get married, then change your mind on the person 3 years in i want to know the person i marry entirely not just marry after two weeks of dating like a lot of people do. because what if you have a kid together then thats messed up. you need to make sure you know what your getting yourself into, before you start dating maybe make like a disclaimer notice before you date. like has all your problems on a paper
From Fahrenheit 451 by ray Bradbury pg. 7
”well,” she said ”im seventeen and im crazy, my uncle says the two always go together, when people ask your age your supposed to say seventeen and insane…”
he just met a girl named Clarisse Mclellen and she is acting weird but leaving a imprint on him. she asks question
source: the reaper by nicholas irving pg 11
Context: I was leaving my wife to deploy and was a bleary eyed.
In their words: unfocused or filmy from sleep or tiredness.
in my words: kind of where your eyelids feel stressed from working too hard
Right when i saw the bleary definition i thought of when tiger woods got a DUI
source: the reaper by nicholas irving pg 7
Context: ” i enlisted into the sniper indoctrination program”
In their words: the process of teaching a person or group to accept a set of beliefs uncritically.
In my words: training of something that you are going into
Source: the reaper by nicholas irving pg 5
Context: ” the military has a strict authoritarian style”
In their words: favoring or enforcing strict obedience to authority, especially that of the government, at the expense of personal freedom.
In my words: the military hasa rank respect kind of thing where someone is in charge
source: The reaper by nicholas irving pg 4
Quote:” i heard a lot of stories about me and my exploits”
In their words: make full use of and derive benefit from (a resource).
In my words: take advantage of something some one’s good at