1) Other themes are (those of?) the passing of time and the relationship with nature.
2) Beowulf swang up (the same as "raised"?) his towering shield and shook out (the same as "lifted") his sword so hard that it snapped against the dragon's head.
3) He dies from the dragon's poisonous bit.Beowulf describes and aristocratic and military society, both heathen and heroic (?)
I forgot to include the following sentences. Can you please have a look at them, too? 1)Their voyage starts from (better: begins at Tabard Inn) Tabard Inn in London, that is connected to (with?) pleasure and ends in Canterbury, a
I forgot to include these last sentences. Could you check if the sentences are OK? Thank you. 1)Where has Peter gone? There he is. I've never flown in an plane before. 2)If don't run, you'll arrive late. She'll buy herself a
i need to write an essay on TO KILL MOCKINGBIRD, and the topic is; "Discuss three themes of the novel. in addition to the more obvious themes of prejudice and injustice that the author develops, other possible themes include:
I forgot to include the following questions. I really hope you can have a look at them. I need you to improve question 2. Thank you. 1) Define the interior monologue providing an example of its use in the readings done in class.
I forgot to include the following sentences.Thank you very much. 1) This hotel is more convenient since it lies near the school. They (it?) charge 60 Euros for a single rooom and 90 for a double room. 2) Thank you very much for
I forgot to include the following sentences. Thank you. I wanted to include an exercise on vocabulary related to kitchen equipment. Can you please help me find examples? I think I should improve my exercise. 1) Complete the
I forgot to include the following sentences. Thankk you. 1) You changed very little from the notes I gave you on photocopy. You can’t include everything. Select the information you really need to answer the questions and try not
I forgot to include these very last 2 sentences. I hope you can have a look at them, too. (I included a few phrases on grammmar, too). 1) The story is profoundly allegorical and it can be interpreted as a 19-th century version of