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Ashley Salvador Block 3

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Carolyn Meyer

on 10 December 2010

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Transcript of Ashley Salvador Block 3

~Seventh Grade~ It is natural to want people to like you,but it is bad to pretend that you know something that you don't.If you say something that you don't know and the person finds that you lied to them,problems will start.You will lose the person's trust.People would not like you,too. Characters:Victor,Teresa,Micheal,and Mrs.Gains.
What They Want:They want to learn French and Victor wants to talk to Teresa.
Conflicts:Victor can't talk to Teresa,and he lies about knowing French.
Event:He goes to 7th grade and sees Teresa,and when he sees her,he wants to impress her.
Event:His friend,Micheal tells him about scowling,and he then goes to his French class,where he lied about knowing French to impress Teresa.
Event:He finally he asks Teresa to go help him with French.
Climax:He couldn't wait to go see Teresa to help him with his French. Elective:Course that is not required. Propelled:Moved or pushed forward. Conviction:Certainty;belief. Lingered:Stayed on. Sheepishly:Awkwardly;With embarrassment. Victor. 7th grader. Likes Tereas. He can speak French,English,and Spainish. Dark skinned. Is bad in Math. Blushes a lot when he is with Tereas. Yes,this could in seventh grade,because a boy can be nervous to talk to a girl and pretend to know something they don't.This could happen in real life and it is believable. I think that you should just be yourself if you want to impress anyone.If you be someone else,the person that you are trying to impress,will like you not for you but the person you are pertending to be.
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