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Prattle, verb to speak incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble. prattle, noun silly, childish talk; babble.

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  • Réponse publiée par: joyce5512

    answer:

    once upon a time there was a boy named makato. he was an orphan, and had no friends or family to take care of him. because he had to make his own living he did all kinds of odd jobs: chopping wood, feeding pigs, clearing and cleaning. he didn't mind to work hard, and despite his small wages he was satisfied with his life.

    he was only 4 when his mother passed away, but he remembered some stories she had told about the kind-hearted king of sukhotai. ever since he was small he wanted to meet this king. one day, when helping a friend to find food for elephants, he found so many branches that the friend offered him a job to become the assistant of the king's mahout. he worked hard cleaning elephants sheds and finding food. one fine morning makato's patience and hard work got rewarded: he was to accompany the king's elephant an a parade. as the king mounted the beast, in his splendid, shiny costume, he dropped a tiny cowrie shell. makato picked it up and held it out to the king. who told him to keep it.

    at the time the people of sukhotai used cowrie shells as money, and although one little cowrie had little value, he wanted to use it wisely. he went to the market to buy seeds, yet quickly realized he could not even buy the smallest bag of seeds, while he noticed a lettuce seed stall.

    "lady, if i dip my finger into this pile of seeds, can i take those that stick to my finger for one cowrie? ", he asked. "well why not", replied the sales lady, amused by his suggestion. makato carefully scraped the seeds from his finger and planted them, watering the tiny sprouts daily, until the garden was covered in fresh, green lettuce. proud as he was, he offered to king his first produce.

    "where did you get these, my boy? " the king asked surprised, and makato told him the story. he king was impressed by so much intelligence and industry that he offered him a fixed position at the palace.

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  • Réponse publiée par: kurtiee
    Here is an example of a millennial generation speech:

    millennials. generation y. people who are born from the year 1980’s to early 2000’s. evolution, growth, advancement, development, all brought by the advancement of technology. as people living in the era where technological inventions are sprouting like seeds planted on fertile soil, i cannot help but think of the tremendous changes that happened in the past years. may it be on the personal or professional level, people have made it possible to go along with the changes and adapt to the evolving environment. 
    people started being outspoken and adventurous. gone are the days that people would be merely silent and wait for someone in power to begin the speech. in this generation, if a person knows something, expect that he/she will do everything to voice out his/her opinions. 
    people began advocating for gender equality. admit it or not, the country was once flocked by women staying at home, taking good care of the children, and doing household chores while the husband would go to the work for the entire day and provide for the family. nowadays, both men and women are working and are providing for the needs of the family. a wife cannot be anymore being measured anymore based on the limitations dictated by the home boundaries but on what she can do for the family and the community.

    people resorted to vices such as gambling, drinking, smoking, gaming, and all the other forms of routine practices. more often than not, these newly acquired and practiced vices have adverse effects on one’s health. thus, the reason behind the decreasing life expectancy of people compares to the people from the previous generations.
    the thing is, there are multiple ways on how we can describe and characterize the millennial generation. what is utmost important now is to make sure that we make use of the changes being offered in front of us as opportunities to improve, get better, and live a better life.
  • Réponse publiée par: Grakname
    Sometimes because of depression or addiction.
  • Réponse publiée par: snow01
    The answer is coke flout
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Prattle, verb to speak incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble. prattle, noun silly, childi...