This summer... I think the excuse that "my pet ate my homework" is valid. My birds chew on my books and papers and destroy them. So if they happen to ruin part of my Odyssey... I won't get in trouble, right?
That all depends. If a god or goddess is responsible for your pets' behavior, that's understandable. If Athena put them up to it, there's nothing you can do. Otherwise, by hands are tied tighter than Odysseus' were on his mast.
Hey Mr. Ellingford, I was just wondering who my audience is for the essays we have to write. I have most of my essays written, but I realized i could go multiple ways writing them depending on whom my audience is. Is my audience one that has read the book already and understands it, or one who has no idea about the book. Pleas get back to me as soon as you can thank you so much
Dear Mr. Werner,Your essay's audience is none other than I. On the AP test your audience is a set of teachers and professors who are at least passingly familiar with the text. Good question.And Jordan, that was my comment to you. I was logged in with a different account. I'm not actually Demeter, or a god of any kind, or female.Sincerely,Mr. Ellingford
Mr. Ellingford, I was just wondering which of the Olympian gods you would like us to know. On the website you posted a link to, it shows pictures of 27 different gods, but has a list of many more nearer the bottom of the page. Do you want us to know each god on the list, or just the major ones?
Dear Mr. Ellingford,You made a typo. Your ethos has taken a hit.Sincerely,Jordan Barker (insert stickie outtie tongue face)