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Leprechauns and Fairy's;
Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted by human they are granted three wishes. But, Leprechauns usually have storehouses filled with gold and other valuable treasures so they invented giving a pot of gold. They live in hollowed out trees, small caves, or under large bushes. They don't eat a whole lot but, when they do they eat mushrooms, nuts, and wildflowers.
Their profession is making shoes for the whole fairy kingdom. Leprechauns are always usually males. If a child is born and their child is a girl she becomes a fairy.


Fairy's and leprechauns are both typically part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. Fairy's are much alike to leprechauns. Some fairy's are mischievous and love to play pranks! Fairy's are able to make potion.

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    Several problems.

    Leprechauns are always or usually? They can't be both.
    Ir a child is born and "their" child. Who is "their?"

    Their part (wrong word)
    Fairy's = fairies

    What kind of potion?

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    Leprechauns and Fairy's;
    Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted by human they are granted three wishes. But, Leprechauns usually have storehouses filled with gold and other valuable treasures so they invented giving a pot of gold. They live in hollowed out trees, small caves, or under large bushes. They don't eat a whole lot but, when they do they eat mushrooms, nuts, and wildflowers.
    Their profession is making shoes for the whole fairy kingdom. Leprechauns are always usually males. If a child is born and the child is a girl she becomes a fairy.


    Fairy's and leprechauns are both typically part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. Fairy's are much alike to leprechauns. Some fairy's are mischievous and love to play pranks, such as the fairy Puck. He was very mischievous. Fairies have supernatural powers. As talked about in "A midsummers Night Dream" one of the fairy's was in need of making a love potion.

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    I won't check this again until you spell fairies correctly throughout this essay.

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    Okay.. I believe I fixed it now.


    Leprechauns and Fairy's;
    Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They are in a form of a old man. Leprechauns have been reported to be no bigger then a small child or no bigger then a finger. If they are spotted by human they are granted three wishes. But, Leprechauns usually have storehouses filled with gold and other valuable treasures so they invented giving a pot of gold. They live in hollowed out trees, small caves, or under large bushes. They don't eat a whole lot but, when they do they eat mushrooms, nuts, and wildflowers.
    Their profession is making shoes for the whole fairy kingdom. Leprechauns are always usually males. If a child is born and the child is a girl she becomes a fairy.


    Fairies and leprechauns are both typically part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. Fairies are much alike to leprechauns. Some fairies are mischievous and love to play pranks, such as the fairy Puck. He was very mischievous. Fairies have supernatural powers. As talked about in "A midsummers Night Dream" one of the fairies was in need of making a love potion.

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    Much better. :-)

    Leprechauns and Fairies:

    They're part of a fairy kingdom.

    one of the fairies was making a love potion.

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    Thanks. Is their anyway you could give me more Ideas on adding more to this? It needs to be 3 paragraphs

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