Read these sentences. are the adjectives arranged properly? if not rewrite the sentences to make it correct
(i cant underline them so i caps lock all the underline word)
1).the fist five star players of the team sat down to rest.
2).our teacher told us to bring multicolored two dozen popsicle stick.
3).i eat red delicious fuji apple everynight before i go to bed .
4).the cute furry siamese looks at me lovingly.
5).the long legged woman indian won the m. s universe title
6).i am forward to hot summer days in the beach.
7).my mother bought a kilo of yellow juicy mangoes.
8).my friends closet longtime prepared a surprise party for me.
9).i read for the long hot summer days
10).malnourished many children need are help.
please help me
2. two dozen multi colored popsicle sticks
3. it's correct GOOD JOB :)
4. also correct
5. long legged Indian woman
6. correct (yay!)
7. also correct yippee!
8. long time closest friends
10. many malnourished children
Most of the answers, I'm SURE! Just believe me ♥ I'm good at english (not that much! but I'm not here to brag :( )
2.Potatoes and Tomatoes
3.Tourists and Tourist spots
4. Boys and Bushes
5.Children and Songs
6.Hunters and foxes
7. Babies and Cribs
8.Heroes and Volcanoes
2. Potatoes and tomatoes are good for our body
3. The tourists saw the beautiful tourists spots
4. The scared boys hid behind the bushes
5. The children sang songs
6. The hunters searched for the foxes
7.The babies slept soundly in their cribs
8.you are not heroes to die on errupting volcanoes
4. Fast track
Explanation: Obviously, they have the same meaning.
- Don't go near me.
- Stay away from me.
- I want to be alone.
- I don't need you here.
Then, he thought of helping the old lady even though he will be late in
The issue of who is responsible for children’s physical health is complex, with implications for targeting and developing strategies for health promotion and interventions to improve health. While there is evidence to suggest that children are able to construct notions of responsibility in relation to other areas of their lives, very little research has explored children’s views of responsibility for their own health. The aim of this study was to explore children’s views about who they feel is responsible for keeping them healthy.