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You will need to research a type of mythical creature, such as mermaids, gnomes, leprechauns, goblins, or genies. You will then write an essay comparing the creature that you researched and the fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream.



Leprechauns are very much similar to the fairies in "A Midsummers Night Dream."
Leprechauns and fairies are both typically part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. For example If a child is born and they child is a girl she becomes a fairy. It's been said that Leprechauns and fairies are both similar to human beings. Leprechauns look like little old men, and fairies look like small humans.


Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They love being pulling pranks, and are usually never really serious.They 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. 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.

Fairies are very similar to Leprechauns. Fairies have magical powers similar to being able to grant wishes just like the Leprechauns. Fairies such as Puck from "A Midsummers Night Dream," are mischievous like Leprechauns.

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    Delete "very much" -- wordy and unnecessary.

    Correct fragment.

    "they child" = ??

    "...child is a girl she becomes a fairy."
    How do you plan to prove this?

    "They love being pulling ... " = What??

    OK, enough! You need to read this ALOUD to someone and catch these things. Then repost. Please don't post things you haven't proofread yourself.

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    Leprechauns and fairies from "A midsummers night dream" are very similar to each other. Leprechauns and fairies are both part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. For example If a child is born and their child is a girl she becomes a fairy. It's been said that Leprechauns and fairies are both similar to human beings. Leprechauns look like little old men, and fairies look like small humans.


    Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They enjoy pulling pranks, and are usually never serious.They 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. 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 tend to eat much but, when they do they eat mushrooms, nuts, and wildflowers. Their profession is making shoes for the whole fairy kingdom.

    Fairies are very similar to Leprechauns. Fairies have magical powers. Similar to being able to grant wishes just like the Leprechauns. Fairies such as Puck from "A Midsummer's Night Dream," are mischievous like Leprechauns.

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    You still haven't addressed three of the five things I post about above.

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    Leprechauns and fairies from "A midsummers night dream" are very similar to each other. Leprechauns and fairies are both part of the same kingdom. Their part of a fairy kingdom. It is rare that a female leprechaun is born but, If it does happen she becomes a fairy. She becomes a fairy because leprechauns are type of fairy. Which would make the female leprechaun a fairy. It's been said that Leprechauns and fairies are both similar to human beings. Leprechauns look like little old men, and fairies look like small humans. Fairies are very similar to Leprechauns. Fairies have magical powers. Similar to being able to grant wishes just like the Leprechauns. Fairies such as Puck from "A Midsummers Night Dream," are mischievous like Leprechauns.



    Leprechauns are fairy-like mischievous creatures in Irish folklore. They enjoy pulling pranks, and are usually never serious.They 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. They live in hollowed out trees, small caves, or under large bushes. They don't tend to eat much but, when they do they eat mushrooms, nuts, and wildflowers. They are well known for making shoes for the whole fairy kingdom.

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    I take it you don't know what a fragment is; sometimes it's called an incomplete sentence.
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/fragments.htm

    Prune any unneeded words:
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/concise.htm

    What's going on here? "...but, If it..." ???

    Please go back over your original post and my comments and these websites. You should have gotten control of these kinds of things by the end of 6th grade. I know that's blunt, but you must improve.

    It's hard to tell if your content is OK or not with all these mechanical things getting in the way.

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    Blah,Blah,Blah. Thanks for your help ...........
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    Good luck.

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