Thursday, September 13, 2007

Post 1 - Comment

Hey APer-

Complete the assignment--comment on this blog. NOW.

-Hughes

20 comments:

Alexander said...

Hi, this is Alex Tripp from AP English. Just testing. (Something funny).

ladreb08 said...

hey,
this is Becky, just testing :]

Darcy said...

Hey this is Darcy, just testing.

Ashlie said...

This is Ashlie... Just testing

Rhymenocerous said...

BEEP. This is a test of the Emergency Derek System. Derek has been sited in Wayne County and will be a threat from 8am till 2:30pm. We advise you seek shelter in your basement, far away from Derek. He has been classified as a Class-5 Awesome Guy. Keep safe. Thank you. BEEP.

Andrew said...

Hi, this is Andrew. Couldn't think of anything but I'll let you know in class on Monday. Just you wait, it will be the funniest thing you've ever heard.

Leigh said...

This is Leigh....from AP English. I don't really have anything funny, one day maybe, but not right now.

Shannon said...

Hiya! 'Tis Shannon. And I'm testing (Something funny).

x3 lnterlude xo 13 said...

Hi, this is miranda from AP English. Just testing.

TImothy said...

Hi this is Tim, and i can only say just testing (because derek took my idea before i could post)

TImothy said...

Hi this is Tim, and i can only say just testing because derek took my idea before i could post

TImothy said...

Hi this is Tim, and i can only say just testing because derek took my idea before i could post

keynic08 said...

Nick

roni cee said...

wow guys. very impressive.
i have nothing profound to say at the moment. catch ya later. ;]

erin said...

hey,
This is Erin. Just testing... and yes I am a little late.

... The yellow submarine is pretty funny =]

Chio-chan said...

Hey it,Teya. Testing! ^-^

Becky :] said...

1. Understanding the reading
2. Knowing what all the terms mean
3. being able to empasize the characters
4. paying attention to the story and questions
5. Knowing what style means.


:]

lardan08 said...

Dana is here.

erin said...

1. Know the definition of all important literary terms.
2. Be able to read at a quick pace while still understanding the article.
3. Learn about tone and mood of a piece of lit.
4. Know how to analyze poetry.
5. Know the definitions of larger words...
like animistic, quasi-religious,circumspect... etc.

Rhymenoceros said...

Hey, Becky and Erin, wrong thread.

[I guess this is hardly a thread. It's no blog either, even though it's on a blogging site. More like a collection of interconnected posts.]