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Aphors Edit

1. The fairy godmother prepared to find the present. She did this by testing whether she could see her friend. First, she examined whether the current person had a moustache, like her friend. She also examined whether the current person had a hat, like her friend. She finally tested whether the person also had brown eyes, like her friend. In this way, the fairy godmother prepared to find the present by examining whether she could see her friend.

2. The salesperson gave a spiel. He did this by cleaning his mouth before talking. First, he found the detritus in his lips. Second, he lifted it up. Third, he took it out of his mouth. In this way, the salesperson gave a spiel by cleaning his mouth before talking.

3. The oarsman prepared to row the boat. He did this by shaving his beard. First, he clippered the left side of his beard. Second, he clippered the right side of his beard. Third, he clippered the middle of the beard. In this way, the oarsman prepared to row the boat by shaving his beard.

4. The parent sat the baby upright. He did this by placing the pancake box on its base. First, he rotated the box until he found a side with lettering. Next, he rotated the box until the lettering was legible. Finally, he placed the box on the table with the writing facing forward. In this way, the parent prepared to sit the baby upright by putting the pancake box on its base.

5. The winemaker tasted the wine. He did this by smelling the rose. First, he positioned his nostrils above the rose. Next, he inhaled through his nose with a short, sharp sniff. Finally, he smelled the scent with his olfactory sense. In this way, the winemaker prepared to taste the wine by smelling the rose.

6. The stage manager hoisted the singer. He did this by closing the box. First, he found the lid. Next, he found the tab attached to the lid. Finally, he inserted the tab into the box. In this way, the stage manager prepared to hoist the singer by closing the box.

7. The director counted how many actors the light was shining on. He did this by counting the blades of grass. First, he tested for the grass root. Second, he tested the blade of grass was at least 0.03 metres tall. Third, he repeated this process until he had counted all the blades of grass. In this way, the director prepared to count how many actors the light was shining on by counting the blades of grass.

8. The ice cream parlour owner ate the ice cream. She did this by facing the wardrobe. First, she tested that the wardrobe had doors. Second, she tested that it had the depth of a wardrobe. Third, she tested that it had the height of a wardrobe. In this way, the ice cream parlour owner prepared to eat the ice cream by facing the wardrobe.

9. The muesli bar manufacturer wrapped the muesli bar in plastic. He did this by wrapping the ribbon around the tennis racket handle. First, he placed the ribbon perpendicular to the handle. Second, he held it against the handle. Third, he wrapped it around the handle. In this way, the muesli bar manufacturer wrapped the muesli bar in plastic by wrapping the ribbon around the tennis racket handle.

10. The ice cream parlour customer licked the ice cream. He did this by hosing himself. First, he pointed the hose at the ground. Second, he turned the water on. Third, he wiggled the water all over his body, from his head down. In this way, the ice cream parlour customer licked the ice cream by hosing himself.

11. The cabbage grower prepared space to grow the cabbage. He did this by swinging the pendulum. First, he placed his hand over a point. Then, he moved his hand forward quickly over a small distance. Finally, he moved the ball of the pendulum over a point in front of the other point. In this way, the cabbage grower prepared space to grow the cabbage by swinging the pendulum.

12. The old man dug a flower bed. He did this by eating meringue with a cube-ended spoon. First, he held the spoon with its handle pointing up and the concavity of the spoon facing the side of the meringue. Second, he moved the spoon, scooping a cubeful of meringue. Third, he removed the spoon from the meringue. In this way, the old man prepared to dig a flower bed by eating meringue with a cube-ended spoon.

13. The sailor staked the sea-grass friendly anchor. She did this by applying the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow. First, she applied powder to the brush. Second, she placed the brush between her eye and eyebrow. Third, she rubbed the brush between her eye and eyebrow. In this way, the sailor prepared to stake the sea-grass friendly anchor by applying the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow.

14. The biochemist found the key protein. He did this by finding the needle in the haystack. First, he tested whether a hay needle was a hay needle by observing that it didn't reflect light when a he shone the torch on it. Second, he examined whether a hay needle was a silver needle by noting that it reflected light when he shone a torch on it. Third, he repeated the first step until he had finished the second step. In this way, the biochemist prepared to find the key protein by finding the needle in the haystack.

15. The marine biologist put a strut in the whale's mouth. He did this by finding the rim of a jar. First, he found the jar in the pantry. Second, he found the top of the jar. Third, he traced the rim of the jar with a spoon. In this way, the marine biologist put a strut in the whale's mouth by finding the rim.

16. The ninja prepared to jump off the dune. He did this by lying on the lilo. First, he lay on the lilo beside the pool. Then, he launched the lilo on the pool. Finally, he went to sleep on the lilo. In this way, the ninja prepared to jump off the dune by lying on the lilo.

17. The observatory technician inspected both sides of the sky. She did this by looking at the lily pad. First, she sat on the lily pad. Second, she looked at the left side of the lily pad. Third, she inspected the right side of the lily pad. In this way, the observatory technician inspected both sides of the sky by looking at the lily pad.

18. Snow White prepared to eat the apple. She did this by swimming between the lily pads. First, she placed his head above the water. Second, she swam to the right of the left lily pad and the left of the right lily pad. Third, she climbed out of the pond when she reached the other side. In this way, Snow White prepared to eat the apple by swimming between the lily pads.

19. The window manufacturer moved the track ball bearings into place. He did this by parking the tricycle. First, he stopped pedalling when he reached the end of the path. Second, he stood up next to the tricycle. Third, he rolled the tricycle off the path. In this way, the window manufacturer moved the track ball bearings into place by parking the tricycle.

20. The actor playing Goldilocks prepared to hold the spoon for the porridge. She did this by holding the sheet of paper. First, she picked up the paper. Next, she held it up to read it. Finally, she placed it on the table. In this way, the actor playing Goldilocks prepared to hold the spoon for the porridge by holding the sheet of paper.

21. The construction site manager turned the door handle. He did this by licking around the ice cream. First, he licked the front of the ice cream. Second, he licked to the front-left of the ice cream. Third, he licked to the left of the ice cream. In this way, the construction site manager turned the door handle by licking around the ice cream.

22. The swimmer squeezed the flotation device between her thighs. She did this by squeezing the bottle. First, she placed her right thumb on the left side of the bottle. Second, she placed her right index finger on the right side of the bottle. Third, she squeezed the bottle between her thumb and index finger. In this way, the swimmer squeezed the flotation device between her thighs by squeezing the bottle.

23. The sign writer prepared to write letters out for a hearing impaired client. He did this by stroking his hand. First, he placed his right index finger on the left of his left palm. Second, he moved it across his palm. Third, he stopped when it reached the right of his palm. In this way, the sign writer prepared to write letters out for a hearing impaired client by stroking his hand.

24. The cell biologist prepared to test that the cell cycle worked. He did this by licking the rim of his glass. First, he placed the tip of his tongue at the front of the rim. Second, he moved his tongue around the rim. Third, he stopped when he had completed licking the rim of the glass. In this way, the cell biologist prepared to test that the cell cycle worked by licking the rim of his glass.

25. The doctor prepared to eat the rice ball. He did this by rotating his tongue. First, he licked above his mouth. Second, he lowered his tongue. Third, he stopped when it was horizontal. In this way, the doctor prepared to eat the rice ball by rotating his tongue.

26. The doctor prepared to inject the patient. She did this by walking along the side of the curving canal. First, she measured ten metres away from the edge of the canal, to point A. Second, she measured ten metres away from the edge ten metres along the edge of the canal, to point B. Third, she walked from point A to point B. In this way, the doctor prepared to inject the patient by walking along the side of the curving canal.

27. The hairstylist prepared to give his client a haircut. He did this by peeling the onion. First, he cut from the top to the bottom down one side. Second, he cut from the top to the bottom down the other side. Thirdly, he peeled the skin from the onion. In this way, the hairstylist prepared to give his client a haircut by peeling the onion.

28. The rower prepared to be on the lookout for his destination. He did this by jumping onto the bed. First, he stood on the bed. Second, he jumped spread-eagled on the bed. Third, he jumped back to a standing position. In this way, the rower prepared to be on the lookout for his destination by jumping onto the bed.

29. The pedestrian crossed the road between the traffic islands. He did this by crossing over the creek. First, he found where the left bank went closer to the centre of the creek. Second, he found where the right bank went closer to the centre of the creek. Third, he jumped where the two sides of the creek converged. In this way, the pedestrian crossed the road between the traffic islands by crossing over the creek.

30. The mountaineer prepared to build the antenna on top of the mountain. He did this by listening through the keyhole. First, he waited until the people had entered the room. Second, he pressed his ear hole against the keyhole. Third, he entered the room when the amplitude of sound was zero. In this way, the mountaineer prepared to build the antenna on top of the mountain by listening through the keyhole.

31. The doctor looked at the spot using a magnifying glass. He did this by looking through the peephole. First, he faced the peephole. Second, he pointed his eye through the peephole. Third, he looked at the object through the peephole. In this way, the doctor looked at the spot using a magnifying glass by looking through the peephole.

32. The clothing manufacturer tested that the clothing was not twisted when it was sewn up. He did this by winding wool around his hand. First, he tested that the first part of the wool wasn’t twisted. Second, he wound it around his hand without twisting it. Third, he continued to wind it around his hand until its end. In this way, the clothing manufacturer tested that the clothing was not twisted when it was sewn up by winding wool around his hand.

Breasoning List Edit

1. plum, glasses, moustache, hat, brown iris, present

2. receipt, toothbrush, marshmallow, tweezers, glass of water, scroll

3. oar, beard, scissors, flag, goatee

4. nappy, pancake, box, letter, model cart, high chair

5. bottle, rose, nostril, balloon, bulb, vase

6. cloth rope, shoe box, lid, tab, bookmark, stage

7. three actors of different heights, blade of grass, terracotta tile, framework, lawn, torch

8. ice cream, wardrobe, doors, coat, tiara, strawberry

9. muesli bar, ribbon, tennis racket handle, stethoscope, wrapper, tennis racket string

10. counter, hose, tap, bucket of water, banana, spatula

11. cabbage, pendulum, circle, boxing glove, halo, swing

12. flower, meringue, spoon, briefcase, wheelbarrow, flower bed

13. anchor, eyes, powder, brush, rubber, sea-grass

14. model protein, needle, hay needle, coin, haystack, chemical

15. seaweed, jar, shelf, hinge, bakelite spoon, strut

16. wooden knife, lilo, pool, jetty, wool, dune

17. planetarium, lily pad, seat, lily, violin bow, telescope

18. apple, bathers, rubber band, crabgrass, pond, leaf

19. window, scooter, pedal, parking sign, street, ball bearings

20. blonde wig, sheet of paper, in-box, candle, table, bowl of porridge

21. door handle, cone, head light, horn, water bottle, plastic building block

22. floatation device, bottle, index, rubber glove, orange juice, goggles

23. sign, feather, note, wand, palm frond, letter of alphabet

24. cell model, glass, tongue model, plastic circle, paper clip, balloon

25. rice ball, planet model, whisker, stairs, ruler, carrot

26. syringe, arc, rope, clapper board, yew tree, runners

27. secateurs, onion, onion skin, Earth hemisphere model, peeler, comb

28. rowing boat, bed, stand, eagle lectern, star model, lookout

29. traffic island, creek bed, traffic signal, sign, asymptote, socks

30. antenna, keyhole, draft sausage, earring, sine graph, hiking boots

31. magnifying glass, peephole, fence board, string, fir tree, spot

32. seam, wool, strip of paper, glove, cylinder, clothing label.

Direction Essay Edit

What is the thesis statement?

I will argue for direction.

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Prolog Program - Direction Edit

A teacher said that it should be decided by the student what direction the subject in each sentence should face. For example, in the sentence, "John should sit in the chair", John should face east.

The algorithm direction1/7 finds which direction one is facing in a room.

direction1([[0, [1, 1]], [1, [0, 0]], [2, [1, 2]], [3, [3, 1]]], [[1, 2], [3, 3]],0, 3, 0, 2, Direction).

Direction = north ;

direction1([[0, [1, 1]], [1, [0, 0]], [2, [1, 2]], [3, [3, 1]]], [[1, 3], [2, 2]], 0, 3, 0, 2, Direction).

Direction = east ;

direction1([[0, [1, 1]], [1, [0, 0]], [2, [1, 2]], [3, [3, 1]]], [[0, 1], [3, 3]], 0, 3, 0, 2, Direction).

Direction = south ;

direction1([[0, [1, 1]], [1, [0, 0]], [2, [1, 2]], [3, [3, 1]]], [[0, 1], [2, 2]], 0, 3, 0, 2, Direction).

Direction = west ;

direction1(+Map, +View, +XMin, +XMax, +YMin, +YMax, -Direction)

(+ means input, - means output)

Direction1/7 takes a list of blocks (a map), a view facing either north, east, south or west from a person’s position in the room.  It then determines the view the person has facing each direction, until the given view is found to match the determined view, and it finds the direction the person is facing.

Map – A list of blocks in the room in the format [Identifier, [X, Y]]. Block 0 is the person.

View - A view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier], where Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

XMin – The lower bound in the X axis.

XMax – The upper bound in the X axis.

YMin – The lower bound in the Y axis.

YMax – The upper bound in the Y axis.

Direction – The direction the person is facing (north, east, south or west).

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direction1(Map1, View1, XMin, XMax, YMin, YMax, Direction) :-

PersonCoords = [0, Coords],

member(PersonCoords, Map1),

delete(Map1, PersonCoords, Map2),

direction2(Map2, Coords, XMin, XMax, YMin, YMax, Direction, View2),

delete1(View2, [], View1).

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direction2(+Map, +Coords, +XMin, +XMax, +_YMin, +YMax, -Direction, -View1)

Direction2/8 finds the view facing either north, east, south or west from the person’s coordinates and returns it to direction1/7 to test it. A list of the X or Y coordinates of the blocks in front of the person, depending on whether the person is facing east or west, or north or south respectively, is generated. This list is reversed for the north and east directions so that it creates each view containing the furthest blocks, successively replaced by closer blocks.

Map - A list of blocks in the room in the format [Identifier, [X, Y]].

Coords – The person’s X and Y co-ordinates.

XMin – The lower bound in the X axis.

XMax – The upper bound in the X axis.

YMin – The lower bound in the Y axis.

YMax – The upper bound in the Y axis.

Direction - The direction the person is facing (north, east, south or west).

View1 - A view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier], where Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

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direction2(Map, Coords, XMin, XMax, _YMin, YMax, Direction, View1) :-

Coords = [_X, Y],

generatelevels(Y, YMax, [Y], Levels1),

reverse(Levels1, Levels2),

createview1(Map, Levels2, XMin, XMax, View1, ns),

Direction = north, !.

direction2(Map, Coords, _XMin, XMax, YMin, YMax, Direction, View1) :-

Coords = [X, _Y],

generatelevels(X, XMax, [X], Levels1),

reverse(Levels1, Levels2),

createview1(Map, Levels2, YMin, YMax, View1, ew),

Direction = east, !.

direction2(Map, Coords, XMin, XMax, YMin, _YMax, Direction, View1) :-

Coords = [_X, Y],

generatelevels(YMin, Y, [YMin], Levels1),

createview1(Map, Levels1, XMin, XMax, View1, ns),

Direction = south, !.

direction2(Map, Coords, XMin, _XMax, YMin, YMax, Direction, View1) :-

Coords = [X, _Y],

generatelevels(XMin, X, [XMin], Levels1),

createview1(Map, Levels1, YMin, YMax, View1, ew),

Direction = west, !.

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createview1(+Map, +Levels, +Min, +Max, -View1, +Type)

Createview1/6 creates a blank initial view facing a direction.

Map - A list of blocks in the room in the format [Identifier, [X, Y]].

Levels – a list of the X or Y coordinates of the blocks in front of the person, depending on whether the person is facing east or west, or north or south respectively.

Min – the minimum X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively.

Max – the maximum X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively.

View1 - A view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier] where Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

Type –“ns” if the view is facing north or south, or “ew” if the view is facing east or west.

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createview1(Map, Levels, Min, Max, View1, Type) :-

Item = [Min, []],

generaterange(Min, Max, [Item], View2),

createview2(Map, Levels, View2, View1, Type).

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createview2(+Map, +Levels, +View1, -View2, +Type)

Createview2/5 superimposes views coming closer and closer to the person.

Map - A list of blocks in the room in the format [Identifier, [X, Y]].

Levels – an initial list of the X or Y co-ordinates of the blocks in front of the person, depending on whether the person is facing east or west, or north or south respectively.

View1 – An initial view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

View2 – The final view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

Type – “ns” if the view is facing north or south, or “ew” if the view is facing east or west.

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createview2(_Map, [], View, View, _Type).

createview2(Map, Levels1, View1, View2, Type) :-

Levels1 = [Level | Levels2],

createview3(Map, Level, View1, [], View3, Type),

createview2(Map, Levels2, View3, View2, Type).

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createview3(+Map, +Levels, +View1, -View2, +Type)

Createview3/5 creates a row of the view, by adding a block, leaving a blank space or replacing a blank space in a view with a block, at each of the positions.

Map - A list of blocks in the room in the format [Identifier, [X, Y]].

Level – the X or Y co-ordinate of the blocks in front of the person, depending on whether the person is facing east or west, or north or south respectively.

View1 – An initial view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

View2 – The current view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

View3 – The final view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

Type –“ns” if the view is facing north or south, or “ew” if the view is facing east or west.

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createview3(_Map, _Level, [], View, View, _Type) :- !.

createview3(Map, Level, View1, View2, View3, Type) :-

View1 = [Item1 | Items2],

Item1 = [Position, Identifier1],

coordstype(Position, Level, Type, Coords),

modifyitem(Map, Coords, Identifier1, Identifier2),

ViewItem = [Position, Identifier2],

append(View2, [ViewItem], View4),

createview3(Map, Level, Items2, View4, View3, Type).

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coordstype(+Position, +Level, +Type, -Coords)

Coordstype/4 determines the order of Position and Level in Coords, used to construct the view to test that is facing a particular direction, depending on it being north or south, or east or west.

Position – The position of the block the person is facing.

Level – The level of the block (the X or Y co-ordinate of the block in front of the person, depending on whether the person is facing east or west, or north or south respectively.)

Type –“ns” if the view is facing north or south, or “ew” if the view is facing east or west.

Coords – Position is before Level in north and south views, and after it in east and west views.

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coordstype(Position, Level, ns, Coords) :-

Coords = [Position, Level].

coordstype(Position, Level, ew, Coords) :-

Coords = [Level, Position].

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delete1(+View1, +View2, -View3)

Delete1/3 deletes the items in the view, which do not represent a block.

View1 – The initial view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

View2 – The current view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier].  Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

View3 – The final view of the blocks from the person’s position, facing Direction, in the format the list of [Position, Identifier], where Position is the X or Y value, depending on whether the person is facing north or south, or east or west respectively and Identifier is the identifier of the block.

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delete1([], View, View) :- !.

delete1(View1, View2, View3) :-

View1 = [Item | Items],

Item = [_Position, []],

delete1(Items, View2, View3), !.

delete1(View1, View2, View3) :-

View1 = [Item | Items],

append(View2, [Item], View4),

delete1(Items, View4, View3).

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generatelevels(+Min, +Max, +Levels1, -Levels2)

Generatelevels/4 generates a list of levels to create a view from.

Min – The initial level.

Max – The final level.

Levels1 – The initial list of levels.

Levels2 – The final list of levels.

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generatelevels(Max, Max, Levels, Levels) :- !.

generatelevels(Min, Max, Levels1, Levels2) :-

Level is Min + 1,

append(Levels1, [Level], Levels3),

generatelevels(Level, Max, Levels3, Levels2).

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generaterange(+Min, +Max, +Range1, -Range2)

Generaterange/4 generates a range of positions to create a view from.

Min – The initial position.

Max – The final position.

Range1 – The initial list of positions.

Range2 – The final list of position.

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generaterange(Max, Max, Range, Range) :- !.

generaterange(Min, Max, Range1, Range2) :-

Position is Min + 1,

Item = [Position, []],

append(Range1, [Item], Range3),

generaterange(Position, Max, Range3, Range2).

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modifyitem(+Map, +Coords, +Identifier1, -Identifier2)

Modifyitem/4 adds a block, leaves a blank space or replaces a blank space in a view with a block.

Min – The initial position.

Max – The final position.

Range1 – The initial list of positions.

Range2 – The final list of position.

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modifyitem(Map, Coords, _Identifier1, Identifier2) :-

member([Identifier2, Coords], Map).

modifyitem(Map, Coords, Identifier1, Identifier1) :-

not(member([_Identifier2, Coords], Map)).

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Paragraph 1 - Direction Edit

A: She did this by testing whether she could see her friend.

B: He did this by placing the pancake box on its base.

C: He did this by smelling the rose.

D: He did this by cleaning his mouth before talking.

E: He did this by shaving his beard.

What is the objection to A?  

The subject’s friend felt breathless because the top, where the manufacturer depicted the size on its label, was too small (where the subject tested whether she could see her friend’s label).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  

The subject’s friend wore the right-sized top.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?

Direction is correct because of the customisation of nature, which is correct because the subject’s friend wore the right-sized top.

What is the objection to B?

The subject choked on the pancake (where the subject placed the pancake box on its base, and the use of the key term “200 grams” was “$5”).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?

The subject ate a more expensive, fresh pancake.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  

The subject’s friend wore the right-sized top like the subject ate a fresh pancake, which was also more expensive.

What is the objection to C?

The subject couldn’t smell the rose because he had a blocked nose (where the subject smelt the rose, and the key term was “fragrant”).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?

The subject cleared his nose.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?

The subject ate a more expensive, fresh pancake by first clearing his nose to taste it properly.

What is the objection to D?

The subject was distracted when talking after cleaning his mouth with a small amount of disinfectant (where the subject cleaned his mouth when facing the direction of the sink, in the bathroom, before talking).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?

The subject diluted the disinfectant before using it as mouthwash.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?

The subject’s friend wore (was “in”) the right-sized top whereas the subject diluted the disinfectant (by putting water also “in” it) before using it as mouthwash.

What is the objection to E?

The subject’s shaving blade became blunt (where the subject shaved his beard with an object, a blade facing the direction of the skin).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  

The subject replaced the shaving blade with a new one.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?

The subject diluted the disinfectant before using it as mouthwash and replaced the shaving blade with a new one, both for sanitary reasons.

Paragraph 2 – Row of the View Edit

A: She did this by facing the wardrobe.

B: He did this by counting the blades of grass.

C: He did this by hosing himself.

D: He did this by closing the box.

E: He did this by wrapping the ribbon around the tennis racket handle.

What is the objection to A?

The subject couldn’t wear wardrobe clothes that were wet from being in the pool (where the subject determined that the seat was more important than the table in relation to the pool, which she faced from the seat, like facing a wardrobe).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?

The subject should wear bathers in the pool only.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?

Direction is correct because of the appropriateness of nature, which is correct because the subject should wear bathers in the pool only.

What is the objection to B?  

The subject couldn’t count the number of energy-containing molecules in the apple by eye (where the subject determined that the apple was more important than the plate in relation to the fork, because pieces of the apple gave amounts of energy, countable like blades of grass).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?

The subject weighed the apple to determine how much energy it yielded.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  

The subject should weigh the flesh (like the body) and skin (like a swimmer’s bathers) of an apple separately to determine how much energy they yielded.

What is the objection to C?

The subject shouldn’t sleep on the bed without the struts (where the subject determined that the bed (like a person) was more important than a strut (like a dispensable hose used to hose oneself) in relation to the setee).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?

The subject should sleep on the bed, which is supported by struts.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  

The subject should weigh an apple to determine how much energy it yields on scales, which are like beds that are supported by struts.

What is the objection to D?

The subject couldn’t close the box without a tab (where the subject determined that the witch’s hat, symbolising closing the box, or tucking oneself into bed, was more important than the pillow in relation to the bed).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?

The subject closed the box using its tab.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?

The subject should only wear properly fitting bathers (like a box closed using its tab) in the pool.

What is the objection to E?

The subject had cold feet without the mat (where the subject determined that the mat, used to keep feet warm like a ribbon wrapping around a tennis racket handle, was more important than the floor in relation to the sofa).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  

The subject had warm feet by standing on the mat.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?

The subject closed the box by inserting its tab in its slot like keeping his feet warm by standing with his feet in between the mat fibres.

Paragraph 3 – View Edit

A: He did this by finding the rim of a jar.

B: She did this by applying the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow.

C: He did this by eating meringue with a cube-ended spoon.

D: He did this by finding the needle in the haystack.

E: He did this by swinging the pendulum.

What is the objection to A?  

The subject dropped a ball over the edge of the pool (where the subject found the rim of a jar, like the edge of a pool beside a seat).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?

The subject used an oar to recover the ball in the pool.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?

Direction is correct because of the retrieval of nature, which is correct because the subject used an oar to recover the ball in the pool.

What is the objection to B?  

The subject applied too much eye shadow (where the subject applied the eye shadow with an applicator like a witch’s hat between her eye and eyebrow, like a bed).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  

The subject blurred the eye shadow between her eye and eyebrow.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  

The subject used an oar to recover the ball in the pool, like blurring the eyeshadow between her eye and eyebrow.

What is the objection to C?

The subject couldn’t eat the whole meringue in a single biteful (where the subject ate a meringue with a cube-ended spoon, like the sofa being on the mat).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?

The subject ate a smaller part of the meringue that he had cut off with a knife.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  

The subject blurred the eye shadow between her eye and eyebrow, like moving a smaller part of the meringue that he had cut off with a knife to his mouth.

What is the objection to D?

The subject couldn’t find the settee (where the subject found the needle (like settee) in the haystack (like a bed that folded into a setee).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?  

The subject unfolded the setee into the bed.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?

The subject used an oar (like struts in a settee unfolded to make a bed) to recover (like support) the ball (like the mattress) in the pool (like the bed).

What is the objection to E?  

The subject dropped the apple slice from the end of his fork (where the subject swung the pendulum, like moving a slice of apple skewered on a fork to his mouth).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  

The subject skewered a new slice of apple with his fork.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?

The subject skewered a new slice of apple with his fork, like placing a mattress on the struts in a settee that unfolds into a bed.

Paragraph 4 – Reason for View Edit

A: She did this by holding the sheet of paper.

B: She did this by looking at the lily pad.

C: She did this by swimming between the lily pads.

D: He did this by lying on the lilo.

E: He did this by parking the tricycle.

What is the objection to A?  

The subject washed the apple instead of eating it according to the instructions (where the subject held the sheet of paper with instructions to nourish himself).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  

The subject ate a fresh apple.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?

Direction is correct because of the nourishment of nature, which is correct because the subject ate a fresh apple.

What is the objection to B?  

The subject couldn’t see whether the lily pad had a leaf on it because the gardener was blocking the view (where the subject looked at the lily pad to read its status).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  

The subject removed a visible leaf from the lily pad.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?  

The subject ate a fresh apple where the subject removed a visible apple and its leaf from the lily pad.

What is the objection to C?

The subject bumped into a lily pad (where the subject swam between the lily pads as exercise).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?

The subject swam along the line he judged to be perpendicular to the line between the two lily pads and midlying along the line between the two lily pads.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  

The subject removed a visible leaf from the lily pad which lay on a line he judged to be perpendicular to the line between two lily pads and midlying along the line between the two lily pads.

What is the objection to D?

The subject’s lilo sank because it wasn’t inflated properly (where the subject had guests over who each lay on the lilo).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?  

The subject inflated the lilo.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?

The subject ate a fresh apple, filling his stomach with apple, like filling the lilo with air when inflating the lilo.

What is the objection to E?  

A thief stole the subject’s wallet while he rested outside a locked room (where the subject parked the cycle to rest).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?  

The subject slept in a locked room.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?

The subject inflated the lilo by placing air in it like the subject was in a locked room when he slept in it.

Paragraph 5 – Orientation Edit

A: He did this by stroking his hand.

B: He did this by licking around the ice cream.

C: He did this by rotating his tongue.

D: She did this by squeezing the bottle.

E: He did this by licking the rim of his glass.

What is the objection to A?  

The subject couldn’t find the crystal statuette in the upside down pyramid maze (where the subject descended to the crystal statuette chamber of the upside down pyramid maze, like stroking his hand, before returning the cave).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to A?  

The subject marked his path and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette.

What is the connection between this rebuttal to A and the thesis statement?

Direction is correct because of the finding of nature, which is correct because the subject marked his path and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette.

What is the objection to B?  

The subject would spend too long feeling on the floor to find the rope (where the subject found the rope in the cave, like licking around an ice cream, to ascend to the rainforest canopy maze).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to B?  

The subject used his memory to find the rope.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to B and A?

The subject marked his path in his memory and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette and the rope.

What is the objection to C?

The subject couldn’t finish the game because his time bar would elapse after nightfall (where the subject decided to travel clockwise from the Vetusian Computer Game cave in the southwest corner to the rainforest canopy maze, to the underwater maze, to the upside down pyramid maze, like rotating his tongue).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to C?

The subject made maps of the Vetusian mazes to finish the game in time.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to C and B?  

The subject used a map of the Vetusian cave drawn from memory to find the rope to finish the game in time.

What is the objection to D?

The subject squeezed the bottle too slowly to move through the underwater maze (where the subject squeezed the bottle to swim through the underwater maze before entering the upside down pyramid maze).

What is the rebuttal to this objection to D?

The subject squeezed the bottle quickly enough to move through the underwater maze.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to D and A?

The subject marked his path by squeezing the bottle and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette and move quickly enough through the underwater maze.

What is the objection to E?

The subject couldn’t find the scuba diving equipment in the central part of the rainforest canopy maze that the designer had disconnected from the outer wall, by tracing the left wall.  The subject found the scuba diving equipment in the rainforest canopy maze, like licking the rim of his glass, to prepare to enter the underwater maze.

What is the rebuttal to this objection to E?

The subject used a map of the rainforest canopy maze to find the scuba diving equipment.

What is the connection between these rebuttals to E and D?

The subject used a map of the rainforest canopy maze by squeezing the marker bottle to move breadth first to find the scuba diving equipment and move quickly enough through the underwater maze.

Select the order of paragraphs: Edit

A: 4 - Direction is correct because of the nourishment of nature, which is correct because the subject ate a fresh apple. B: 1 - Direction is correct because of the customisation of nature, which is correct because the subject’s friend wore the right-sized top.

C: 2 - Direction is correct because of the appropriateness of nature, which is correct because the subject should wear bathers in the pool only.

D: 3 - Direction is correct because of the retrieval of nature, which is correct because the subject used an oar to recover the ball in the pool.

E: 5 - Direction is correct because of the finding of nature, which is correct because the subject marked his path and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette.

What is the connection between the paragraphs B and A?  The subject ate a fresh green bean to eat the right dose of iron.

What is the connection between the paragraphs C and B? - The subject’s friend bought the right-sized bathers which he wore in the pool only.

What is the connection between the paragraphs D and A?  The subject ate a fresh apple as energy to use an oar to recover the ball in the pool.

What is the connection between the paragraphs E and D?  The subject used a path to recover the crystal statuette, where he marked his path and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette.

What is the connection between the paragraphs D and A?  The subject ate a fresh apple as energy to use an oar to recover the ball in the pool.

What is the connection between the paragraphs E and D?  The subject used a path to recover the crystal statuette, where he marked his path and explored all available unmarked paths to find the crystal statuette.

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