“a, an, the, or nothing”
In the following student essay, each blank is an “a” or “an”, “the” or should be left blank. Can you figure it out? please bring this back THE SECOND CLASS DAY OF THE WEEK STARTING MONDAY 2/15.
____day I realized I had really grown up, it hit me hard. It was___ day like no other. I was graduating from ____high school. It felt like it had only been _____two weeks ago that I was ____senior shouting at pep-rallies and going to all _____basketball games. The more I thought about it, ____ more ____ memories saddened me, yet also made me very happy. Graduation was one of____ most important days of my life; I never knew it would feel so different and add so many new parts to my life. It would be ____ unforgettable time
____Graduation day I woke up full of excitement. ____seniors had to be at school at 7:00 A.M. for ____breakfast that was done annually by ____ school. We discussed ____big day while eating our lunchroom’s crumbly biscuits, weird eggs and _____watery orange juice. I guess you have to develop ____ taste for this kind of food! After carrying on for ____while, we thought of _____couple of jokes to make our graduation____most memorable of all. Some of us also cried as ____ PowerPoint Presentation played; ____ junior class president made it for ___ seniors as ___ surprise. It made us look back on ____ past memories and ____ good times we were about to leave behind. You can’t put ____ price tag on ____those times.
At ____ceremony, it was hot. The senior class as ____whole was both nervous and glad. Over to ____ side, our advisor sat up ___ memorial for____classmate who we lost in_____3rd grade due to ___ tornado. It was beautiful. As ____ ceremony went on, I got anxious. Finally, ____ principal was ready to give out_____ diplomas! One by one, we were called up to ____stage. Before I knew it, everyone in ____ crowd was bursting out with _____laughter. _____prank worked! When each of us shook ____ principal’s hand and received our diploma, we exchanged it for_____bouncy rubber balls. Mrs. Winters, our principal, had _____nowhere to put them. When she filled up her pockets, she started dropping them on ____ ground. When one particular student was called up, he knocked over ____flowers. What looked like ____ accident was really meant to lighten things up ___ bit.
After graduation,_____seniors gathered into _____circle and threw our caps in ____ air. Anyone would be able to feel ____ special excitement _____ mile away. _____seniors met back up with their parents for ____ tea ceremony that ____ junior would host.
After _____everything was done and over with, one of our classmates decided to have _____party at his house. When we got to _____ house, his dad had _____huge bonfire set up with tons of _____hot dogs and _____marshmallows. For once in my life, I felt completely stress free. We sat around _____bon fire for hours just talking and listening to _____music.
Graduation was one of _____best days of my life. It made me feel like I never felt in my life. _____day was filled with joy and excitement. Many people will remember ____ graduation traditions, ____tricks we did, and everything about _____ day for a long time.