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Chamber of Chills – The Thing On The Roof!

I think this comic is really weird, there is no plot in the story. And it is boring!

The weird situation in this comic

A woman on the cover – there is no woman in this story.

A man on the cover – there is nothing about this man in this story, because in the comic itself the main character has a mustache but the character on the cover, doesn’t have one.

On the cover, the monster is behind the two people and they ask who killed him and the monster doesn’t fly away.

This comic is not telling the mystery of the crypt and the mummy. I think the crypt wants to take the key back so a monster kills him and takes the key back. The man who has been killed said he wake sleeping things so I think he already realizes that he is in dangerous so he locks himselfs in a room. But, the monster already on the roof and want to kill him. Finally, he was died in the room miserably. The monster takes the key away.

Vocabulary

1. Lumber (v.) – to walk strangely heavy

The monster lumbered through my house and killed all my family.

2. elephantine (adj.) – huge, ponderous, or clumsy: elephantine movements; elephantine humor.

A skater got an elephantine gold medal for a great competition in Vancouver.

3. colossal (adj.)- extraordinarily great in size, extent, or degree; gigantic; huge.

Whales and elephants are the most colossal animals in the world.

4. mastodon (n.)- an old elephant with fur

Mastodons were elephants in North America thousands of years ago that had long fur.

5. hoof (n.) – the thing on the bottom of the horse’s leg

A horse broke his leg so a veterinarian replace his hoof with a wheel.

6. cower (v.)-  getting scared being afraid, protecting yourself

After she finished a scary movie, she cowered and couldn’t fall asleep.

7. gloomy (adj.) – dark or dim; deeply shaded: gloomy skies.

On a gloomy dangerous night, a girl was caught by a stranger.

8. isolated (n.)- separated from other persons or things; alone; solitary.

She was isolated by her friends because she was not supposed to be with this man.

9. estate (n.)- a piece of landed property, especially one of large extent with an on it: to have an estate in country.

His estate was alone on an island and nobody knew that he lived in that strange place.

10. urgent (adj.)- expressed with insistence, as requests or appeals: an urgent tone of voice.

He is urgent to get his one thousand dollars back from the shop owner.

11. cordial (adj.)- courteous and gracious; friendly; warm: a cordial reception.

My new English teacher is being cordial and friendly to us so we really like her.

12. crumble (v.)- to break into small fragments or crumbs.

The ground crumbled into many fragments because of the earthquake.

13. feudal (adj.)- of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a fief or fee: a feudal estate.

In the comic book, the castle has a feudal look, it is tall walled, and has strong door.


Essay: Happiness, Freedom, and Peace of Mind

 “Pay It Forward” – Part one.

“Pay It Forward” – Part two.

“Pay It Forward” – Part three.

“Pay It Forward” – Part four.

“Pay It Forward” – Part five.

“Pay It Forward” – Part six.

“Pay It Forward” – Part seven.

“Pay It Forward” – Part eight.

“Pay It Forward” – Part nine.

“Pay It Forward” – Part ten.

“Pay It Forward” – Part eleven.

“Pay It Forward” – Part twelve.

“Pay It Forward” – Part thirteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part fourteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part fifteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part sixteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part seventeen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part eighteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part nineteen.

“Pay It Forward” – Part twenty.

“There is a wonderful, mystical law of nature that the three things we crave most in life-happiness, freedom, and peace of mind- are always attained by giving them to someone else.” I totally agree with this staement. Someone once said “If you share your happiness with someone else then you will get double happiness from telling your friends your depressed. You will decrease the suffering by half.” If you tell your friends your suffering then you won’t feel as much pain. People thirst to obtain happiness, freedom, and peace of mind in life. You need to “pay it forward” to give out your love or make it change by helping someone else. There is a 2000 film called “Pay It Forward” and it features a boy who is trying to pay his debt forward instead of back. He helps many people; he helps his teacher, his mom, his friend and a vagrant. But finally, he dies by helping his friend from being bullied. After that people from around the world come to his house and offer flowers and a blessing. They do this because he was helping pay their debt forward. Not all people could do that. In conclusion, if you pay your debt forward, afterward, you can always attain happiness, freedom, and peace of mind.


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