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Writeacher this is my reposting from the Jack and the Beanstalk story.

#1-

Well in the beginning of the of the story he was a caring good boy. So, he was a good character. The only bad thing he did was stealing from the ogre.


#2-
In the beginning of the story Jack had a job of selling the milk(that their cow gave) with his mother. But the cow stopped giving milk so he had no job.


#6-

The first conflict was between Jack Jack's mother vs their cow that stopped giving milk.

second conflict was between Jack and his mother because Jack sold the cow for beans, and his mother was disappointed.

Jack proved to his mother that the beans were magical. The main conflict now is Jack is poor, and needed money.


#7- The climax of the story is Jack steals the money from the huge ogre.


#8- The resolution of the story is Jack becomes really rich after stealing the money from the ogre. Jack marries a princess and him, his mother, and his wife lived happily ever after.

#10-

I categorized this story as a fairytale.

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    Be sure to check carefully for ALL the corrections I've made; not all are in bold.

    #1- Well in the beginning of the of the story he was a caring good boy. So, he was a good character. The only bad thing he did was stealing from the ogre.
    Get rid of "Well"
    Put his name in there in place of the first "he"
    Get rid of the comma after "So"
    If you want your teacher to believe you, then you need to tell why you think he was "good" and how that outweighs the stealing, which is pretty bad!


    #2- In the beginning of the story, Jack had the job of selling the cow's milk with his mother. Then the cow stopped giving milk, so he had no job.

    #6- The first conflict was between Jack's mother and their cow that stopped giving milk. How is this a conflict? Did the cow argue with the mom and therefore stop giving milk?

    The second conflict was between Jack and his mother because Jack sold the cow for beans, and his mother was disappointed.

    Jack proved to his mother that the beans were magical. The main conflict now is Jack and his mother are poor and need money.

    #7- The climax of the story happens when Jack steals the money from the huge ogre.

    #8- The resolution of the story is that Jack becomes really rich after stealing the money from the ogre. Jack marries a princess, and then he, his mother, and his wife live happily ever after.

    #10- I categorize this story as a fairytale.

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