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Becky’s three words

My eldest daughter seems to be the primary source of material for my blog lately. At her request, I am putting up another of her drama class projects, so that it is publicized to my considerably larger audience.

The assignment was to select 3 words that either described the person, evoked a specific emotion or simply had a certain meaning, and then display them in a 10-second video-clip in some creative way. Becky’s pick was technically 4 words – but who’s counting? – and her presentation idea was to actually perform the action somewhat opposite to the words being shown.

Here’s how it turned out.
 

 

Uncredited editing by yours truly.

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4 Comments

  1. Dr. Phil

    Huh. Fooled me. I normally have sound turned off, but turn it back on before viewing videos. But that doesn’t help here. (grin)

    Dr. Phil

  2. Brian Greenberg

    Wordnet defines “contraction” as:

    a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds) “‘won’t’ is a contraction of ‘will not'”; “‘o’clock’ is a contraction of ‘of the clock'”

    So, I’m with Becky. “Won’t” is one word. A word that is formed from two other words, to be sure, but still a single word…

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