13 years ago
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does this paragraph make sense?

The day will come when those who want to speak their opinion will decide a new fate of their beloved country. This day we all know too well as Election Day. Every four years, candidates from all parties begin their debates, speeches, and campaigning for the election. Republicans, Democrats, and Libertarians alike start to persuade America to favor them and check their names on the ballots come Election Day. Driving down the street on any given day, many supportive signs stake the ground. Other campaign ideas appear on commercials, usually slandering the rivalry and praising the chosen delegate. Billboards stand on tall podiums on high way roads, screaming the name of the candidates in the faces of America as they drive by. The bold symbols used by the runners are very common to the American eye for several weeks. Late nights in front of the television are now spent watching the debates and speeches rather than cartoons and old movies. America sits down and stares at their television during these times to hear the ideas and ways of certain candidates. Some agree with the plans of the delegates, chanting every time they agree. And others barks at what they belief is incorrect. These debates carry on into the following day, causing discussions and arguments to kindle. Not only are the presidential candidates debating, but also teachers, students, parents, et cetera. On this day, people line up and wait to mark their choice on the ballot. Stepping up to the plate is an easy task for some, who know already who they are voting for. However, others struggle and wrestle with their options. After the voting takes place, the results have yet to be announced. The morning of the outcome keeps America on their toes in anticipation. The announcer declares our new leader who will take the seat in the oval office for the next four years. The chosen candidate excites many, frightens some, and destroys a few. Only two months remain for our old president to serve, and soon our new leader will inherit the duties, whether he builds the country up and brings prosperity or demolish the economy and annihilate the function of our beloved America. Until that day, the day of the ballots, we will wait. The community will wait, still unsure of who will take the address of the White House. Citizens will wait, undetermined of who will vow to take hold of this country on January 20. Society will wait, uncertain of who will fight for our country and beliefs. American will wait, unsure of whom our next president of the United States of America will be. feedback, please. :)
Top 7 Answers
13 years ago
Anonymous
Favorite Answer
Oh, it's great!!! I think it is a great paragraph. The last part, the we will wait stuff, strong, very strong!
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6 years ago
Anonymous
I waited patiently behind my office table, waiting for the man who unnerved, and, quite frankly, scared my colleagues. I wonder what it was about this man that frightened the living lights out of them all! I laughed at the thought. I felt smug and better than the rest for agreeing to take in this apparently crazy man in for an interview and mental help issues, and I’m proud to say that my previous customers have been very happy with the way they turned out after talking to me about their problems, and I too am happy that I could fix people who is far beyond the reaches of sanity. I rearranged my desk to perfection again and again, agitated and tired of waiting for the crazy man to arrive. Best of luck!
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13 years ago
A&Q People™
Somewhat, yes, but that isn't a paragraph, more like a few
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13 years ago
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Somewhat, yes, but that isn't a paragraph, more like a few.
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13 years ago
patticharron
First of all, it's not a paragraph. Second, it doesn't tell us anything we don't already know, which is what undermines the effort to create tension, which is what I assume you are trying to do (?). It is not significant. I'm not sure what your goal is with the writing, so it's difficult to evaluate it.
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13 years ago
Anonymous
Wow that's really good! But it's more like an essay than a paragraph, haha. Please pick me for best answer, I need the points :) Again, good job. It was awesome! :)
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13 years ago
Anonymous
dont feel like reading.. sry
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