Enchanting – World Of Warcraft.
I am new to WoW and I just learned Enchanting… How can I use it, and what is it used for? :Sty 😀
Enchanting is used to add various stat bonuses to pieces of equipment. To use it, open your spell book, and find the Enchanting Icon on the General tab (I’d recommend clicking and dragging this onto a spell bar for easy access). This will open the Enchanting window, showing the various types of enchantments you have learned.All enchantments require you to own a particular type of wand (which you can purchace or make with enchanting), as well as a few other materials (some of which can be purchased from the vendors near the enchantment trainers). Like with all professions, the more you use it, the higher your skill in it will go, allowing you to learn new more powerful enchantments.Enchantment is a very expensive profession to level up, but once you get it all the way up and get a few rare enchantment recipes learned, becomes a big moneymaker. Generally, I wouldn’t recommend it on a first character because of this, but if you want to do it, there’s no reason you can’t. I’d just then recommend picking up a gathering profession (Herbalism, Mining, or Skinning) to make money, with Herbalism being the big one right now.
how to describe a kiss in a book.
like if ur writing a book and u have to describe it. not nasty kisses.
You can change it up for the gender and stuff but this is girl kiss boy.He removed a strand of hair from my face, staring straight into my eyes. Slowly our faces began moving towards each other. The taste of his sweet minty breath enchanted me. His soft lips seemed to fit perfectly in mine, making my heart flutter uncontrolably. He was so gentle, so cautious. It was only a moment before he pulled away, smiling.Theres plenty of way you could write it, considering if he is gentle or rough, and his personality. The age and type of kiss is also important, but its very very important to go into detail on kisses. You want to describe how it felt. You need to give away emotion. Don’t just give away little hints or little clues, because then the reader wont care about the kiss at all. hope this helped!
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Ella Enchanted report question.
I need help. I read Ella Enchanted for a book report and Ineed some help. It is really hard to trying to make it 4 paragraphs. It is 10 already! This book is so long! IT is hard not to right so much! This is due Monday! I can’t ask my mom, teacher or dad for help! HELP ME!
Ella Enchanted is a great book. First you need to clarify in your mind what it is your teacher expects from you IN the report. If I knew that information I could give you more specific advice on what information needed to be included in the report, and what could be edited out. Is the teacher asking you to summarize the book and provide detailed information on the characters and the plot? Or is the teacher asking you to analyze the book and give your opinion on it? Or is the teacher asking for a little bit of both? Once you’re reread the assignment and possibly asked for more details or clarification then you can get down to business to make the report into what the teacher wants.Different reports/essays have different styles and purposes. Some are meant to just summarize the book from cover to cover. Some are meant to be like ads and make the reader curious about reading the book for themselves. In that case, you’d want to give enough detail to entice, but not enough to spoil the book for them by giving away essentials. Some could be subjective responses looking for your participation in the reading process, what you liked and didn’t like. Some could be analytical or the traditional compare and contrast paper. Comparing in this instance Ella Enchanted with the traditional Cinderella story.But regardless of the content, you should make sure your sentences are clear and concise. Are you using three or four sentences to say something that could be put clearly into one? Does each sentence serve a purpose to progress the point you’re trying to make? (Or are you’re sentences repetitive? Are you expressing the same point in four or five different ways?) It’s important that each sentence be relavant to the whole. Topic sentences for each paragraph are essential. (And it’s important for all of the paragraphs to serve together to prove a point or match your thesis (essentially your ‘topic’ sentence that serves for your whole paper.)It might take some brainstorming to get there. But don’t be afraid to play around with it. Sometimes in the writing process it is not until the very last paragraph, the seeming conclusion, when the writer gets around to finding the purpose of the paper–the thesis of it all. If that is the case, it is often best to make sure the purpose is clearly stated early on.It can be difficult not to write too much. I tend to have that problem myself. When given a limit though, it is important to know how to edit to fit within that limit. It’s a valuable skill to learn what is essential and nonessential in any paragraph or paper. It may sound nice; it may be interesting. But you’ve always got to consider the whole.This website is very helpful!http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/
Ella Enchanted BOOK.
I want to take a test onit and it’s toooooooooooo long. So if i ask some questions can you guys answer them TRUTHFULLY?1. What’s the setting?2.Was it alot like the movie?3. Who is Lucinda?4.Did Ella’s mom die? and if so how old is she when it happens?5. Who is Mary?6. What is an overall…
oh please, it’s like 200 pages. I’m reading a 763 page book right now. i read Ella enchanted when i was 10 in about and week and a half. besides, it’s a really really good story. and don’t watch the movie before you read the book. it will make it allot duller.did you make it to the end of this answer? or was it toooooooooooo long?
How can I make a reaction paper of Ella Enchanted.
A reaction paper must contain your opinion (or reaction) to reading the book or viewing the film. A reaction paper is not merely a summary of the plot.You can present your reaction/opinion in a variety of ways:- comparing the work to others of a similar nature- offer your views as to how the work could be improved- offer views about ways to expand on the work / extend it to cover new domains- arguing ‘against’ the work or questioning its assumptions and valuesSuch papers are used mainly to assess your communication skills; the content and originality of your ideas will be less important in the grading. You should demonstrate your ability to express yourself clearly.Writing a clear introductory paragraph outlining your main aim / premise, a main body where you detail your ideas and go more in depth, and a short conclusion, will help demonstrate that your thinking is structured.Remember: although the paper should not be a summary, you should include enough details for the reader to be able to follow your arguments. Basically, you can assume your reader has seen the film, but you just remaind them of the details you are giving your opinions about.The common error with reaction papers is that there is one big summary and a second part with an opinion / reaction. Try the structure above and you will gain extra marks.A final tip: it is usually better to do a draft and start with the writing of the main body. When you are done with that, you should be able to pull out some of the general ideas to introduce your writing in the introduction…Good luck
Ella Enchanted book summary.
Could someone please tell me a good summary of Ella Enchanted……….i have to get it by Monday and i didn’t finish the book and it is taking to long to read!!!So please help me!!!
Ella is granted with the spell of obedience. When she is 15 her mother dies and Ella’s not loving father sends her off to finishing school. There she is taunted by Hattie a very cruel girl and her cruel friends who have noticed out how obedient Ella is without ever knowing about the curse.They take her mother’s necklace and command her to break her friendship with her only friend Areida. With that she runs away from finishing school to a giants wedding and meets up with her father who to her surprise is not angry.Another person she finds is Lucinda, the fairy who made her obedient, and she is very reluctant to take the spell away and instead wants to turn her into a fairy. Ella returns to Frell, her hometown to find that her father is in debt. After he marries Dame Olga, Hattie’s mother, Ella becomes a servant in her own home. Her father goes off to find a man who she is to marry and Prince Char, who she is in love with, goes off to spend some time in another kingdom. Therfore, Ella is forced to Break the spell herself.http://www.mvschools.org/ms/projects/laz…check this site out
does anybody know how to make candles..
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How does ella look in details. from the book Ella Enchanted.
Can someone give me details on how she looks in the book ella enchanted? and her personality?
Ella is the daughter of a well-of merchant. When she is born, a fairy give her the “gift” of obedience. She has no choice but to obey any direct order given to her. She becomes aware of it on her fifth birthday, where we are given the most details about her appearance. She is a small girl with pale skin, rosy cheeks and black hair. We also later learn that she has green eyes and that even when she gets taller, she still has tiny little feet.Ella can be a bit rebellious and contrary. Even when given an order, she tries to find ways to do it without really doing exactly what the person wants of her. If she doesn’t obey the order, she gets physically ill. She is a bit of a comedian, and loves to make people laugh.I think those are all the key points of her personality and looks. I would definitely read the book, especially if you saw the movie. It was an OK movie, but it is a poor substitute for the book. Ella is such a strong leading heroine and the books spins a wonderful faerie-tale rich in details.
how do you make a pop-up book.
after watching ENCHANTED for the 50th time, i wanted to make a pop-up book using castles and art nouveau like they did. i want to make one for my french 2 class next year because you get to make storybooks in that class i’ve heard. does anyone know by any chance some really good books on how to make one or some…
The best thing I can tell you is to check out Robert Sabuda’s web site. He is renowned for his pop-up books, and his web site (robertsabuda.com) has a little tab that says “explore pop-ups.” There, he has different avenues to explore, like making your own simple pop ups (I like the Frankenstein one). One of the avenues is for “pop-up books.” He lists a whole bunch of books you could go to in order to learn more about how to make them, if his simple pop-ups list doesn’t help you. The more complex ones that Mr. Sabuda knows how to create can make your eyes cross, but it’s still interesting.
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