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I know that a lot of people who use this site are great writers so I was hoping you guys could help me out with something! I had a story idea, it would be from a guy's point of view and he thinks he's found the perfect girl for him, they've been best friends forever, etc. etc. But in the end I want him to end up with a different girl. Obviously the new girl will have to be introduced earlier on in the story for character development and stuff, but I'm wondering, how can I introduce her without making it obvious that he'll end up with her in the end? I feel like in a lot of stories it's so predictable when the guy ends up with the girl like that, and I want it to be a total shock but then looking back on it, it all makes sense. So how can I introduce this new girl character and develop her and the guy's friendship without making it super obvious that they'll end up together? Thanks for any help you can give me!
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I have several patches of dry skin where I picked at zits (I know, I know that's bad, but I don't need a lecture about that right now) and I was just wondering if anyone knows anyway to quickly get rid of them. I'm hoping to by the end of this weekend. Please help me!
over 1 year
I'm writing a history essay outline and I honestly have no idea how to set it up. Here's what I have in my outline so far:
Topic: Have Americans lived up to the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence?
Hook: From the founding of our original nation through the 1920’s, it’s been a constant struggle to live up to the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence. Have we, as Americans, succeeded?
Thesis: Through American beginnings, the growth and challenges of developing a nation and American imperialism, three of the ideals that shone through were rights, opportunity and equality.
Topic Sentence: Rights are defined as: that which is morally correct, just, or honorable. In the Declaration of Independence, certain rights were stated for all humans.
Evidence/Explanation: However, in the early times of America, these rights were not available to all humans. Mainly, wealthy white men got the benefits of human rights. Women, slaves, and immi grants were not given the rights to hold office, have paying jobs and other things
basically, I need to know how through American beginnings, growing pains and gains of our nation and American imperialism demonstrated rights, opportunity and equality. my 3 paragraphs will be focused on rights, then opportunity then equality and explain how they affected each of the periods I mentioned. I can't use any evidence later than 1920.
Please help me. Anything you can offer would be great!
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