Vilde Mathisen Vikestad

Vilde Mathisen Vikestad

Vilde Mathisen Vikestad
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My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

Keyboard

Can't remember those short cuts your children showed you on the computer? Here is a chart entitled the Essential Keyboard Shortcuts (grouped by type) that has the most commonly used computer shortcuts.

did a progect in grade11, there are wayy more.

What about Fear of water? Phobias: xenophobia definition is a bit simplistic; yes 'strangers' but also more towards the fear of foreigners. Usually, used socially and culturally than just 'strangers' but I digress.

The more acurately a child can name a feeling, the more useful. In to these words adding a reason why helps. "Terrified because I had a nightmare." "Confused and I don't know why." "Proud because I did it myself."

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

Words

14 Untranslatable Words Explained By Charming Illustrations (By Marija Tiurina) Just to clear something up: It's tretår (not tretar) and pålegg (not palegg).