This is good.
Obviously, much more could be said about Loyola, but the important thing is what your book says about him.
Does it mention that he was active in the Counter-Reformation movement? Does your book say that he was made a saint?
Also -- Spanish should be capitalized.
Do you know what "stem Protestantism" means?
no I don't know what it means
Look in this dictionary site at the second definition for the verb "stem."
My book doesn't say anything about him being made a saint, and neither does it mention that he was active in the counter reformation movement. I posted all what it said in my book about him
if you can add to this then please do
Does your teacher want you to write more facts than are in your book?
well if he wanted to then he would have told us which he didn't
OK. Then you just need to understand what's in your book and put it in your own words.
ok but please do tell me if you like it or not, just to tell you one thing, sometimes I have trouble putting things in my own words, So if you can then could you help me put some things in my own words if I ever need to
When you put something in your own words, you can change the words around in the sentences. You should also use words you understand.
thanx do you like what i wrote though?
is this good enough ?
You need to write it in your own words.
Ignatius Loyola was a spanish soldier who set up the Society of Jesus - the Jesuits- to keep the church safe and distributed the Catholic message. He did this to originate Protestantism
is this good?
Oh, my goodness, no!
Please check the dictionary definition of "stem." It's the second definition.
Ignatius Loyola was a spanish soldier who set up the Society of Jesus - the Jesuits- to keep the church safe and distributed the Catholic message. He did this to stop Protestantism
oh sorry, I 1st thought it would be stop, but then I don't know whereri got lost
is this good?
Yay! This is very good now! :-)
But -- please -- capitalize Spanish.