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    • Visualizing Writing should be so clear that it's like a movie playing inside your head. Coded on Post-It: V V I could picture the...
    • Tom built a fence around his rectangular shaped pool. How many posts does Tom need to build his fence? There are four posts along the width and eight posts along the length.
    • Tom built a fence around his rectangular shaped pool. How many posts does Tom need to build his fence? The posts are two yards apart, there are four posts along the width and eight posts along the length. 20
    • Ignatius Reilly A green hunting cap squeezed the top of the fleshy balloon of a head. The green earflaps, full of large ears and uncut hair and the fine bristles that grew in the ears themselves, stuck out on either side like turn signals indicating two directions at once. Full, pursed lips protruded beneath the bushy black moustache and, at their corners, sank into little folds filled with disapproval and potato chip crumbs. - A Confederacy of Dunces
    • “ Wilbur's out,” they said. Every animal stirred and lifted its head and became excited to know that one of his friends had got free and was no longer penned up or tied fast. Wilbur didn't know what to do or which way to run. It seemed as though everybody was after him. “If this is what it's like to be free,” he thought, “I believe I'd rather be penned up in my own yard.” The cocker spaniel was sneaking up on him from one side, Lurvy the hired man was sneaking up on him from the other side. Mrs. Zuckerman stood ready to head him off if he started for the garden, and now Mr. Zuckerman was coming down toward him carrying a pail. “This is really awful,” thought Wilbur. “Why doesn't Fern come?” He began to cry. The goose took command and began to give orders. “ Don't just stand there, Wilbur! Dodge about, dodge about!” cried the goose. “Skip around, run toward me, slip in and out, in and out, in and out! Make for the woods! Twist and turn!” The cocker spaniel sprang for Wilbur's hind leg. Wilbur jumped and ran. Lurvy reached out and grabbed. Mrs. Zuckerman screamed at Lurvy. The goose cheered for Wilbur. Wilbur dodged between Lurvy's legs. Lurvy missed Wilbur and grabbed the spaniel instead. “Nicely done, nicely done!” cried the goose. “Try it again, try it again!”
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