11th grade English urgent
posted by Ayushma on .
actually i am not clear about the question too. we have done a story of N. Scott Mamaday where he describes about his horse which he later sells to a Spainish man. He says " I knew where the journey was begun, that it was a learning of the beginning, that the beginning was infinitely worth the learning"
now we are supposed to write what journey means in this sentence. plz somebody help!!!!!!!
If you read through a few of these search results, you should understand what's intended. "It's not the destination that counts, but the journey." That is, it's not just the results that count but how you got those results.
What i would do is go to a dictionary, pick the definition that best fits it, and write that. Did that help?
I hope that helps...thanks!!!
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If you could create a time capsule, what valuable thing or memories would you put in it. Note you won't open it for 10 years