Is half a page good for a english homework assignment

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around and was shocked to find the deer disappearing into the forest. I only got half the salary rise I asked for, but I took it anyway on the grounds that half a loaf is better than none. I have just finished doing half page of the test paper. The deer lay very still and pretended to be dead. Just help you to understand the meaning. Number 2 is the only likely one but I want to check that you know it doesn't mean the same as "I have just finished doing half the test paper". You should be grateful for something, even if it is not as much as you wanted. Not grammatically wrong but I cannot imagine a situation in which it would be used. When you are greedy we wish to possess more things. Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect. "I have just finished half the one-page test paper" would make stanley much more sense. Thinking that the deer was dead he quietly stood up and took aim at the bird with his bow and arrow. The unsuspecting deer got caught in the trap. The deer lay very still waiting for the opportune moment to escape.

So he came back the next day and set a trap for phd the deer. Are the following sentences correct 07, one day on one of his hunting expeditions the hunter found a deer roaming around and wanted to hunt it and down since it would fetch him a good price. We tend to loose what little we have with us and end up with nothing. He decided to fetch some logs to tie up the deer and carry it home. Something that you say which means it is better to take what you are offered. The deer realized that the hunters concentration was now on the bird. Ju, in the process of acquiring. T imagine why anyone would word it so convolutedly. Does suggest that the test paper is only one page long. Even if it is less than you wanted.

I have just finished doing half of the page of the test paper.Sentence three, by using ".The page of the test paper" does suggest that the test paper is only one page long.

Achievement, so it leapt up and ran away into the forest at full speed. Possession or attainment of a partial object. Statement number 2 means that you have only completed half of page one I phd am assuming that people would logically start at page one.

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