In the spirit of Christmas, EMToast.com is proud to present you with the opportunity to fill in the blanks of Rudolph’s story. Whether it’s naughty or nice is up to you. Since the economy is failing, and Christmas is probably getting cancelled anyway, we suggest you make it naughty.
Using the definitions provided, and your imaginations, fill out the boxes below with the correct type of word. After that click compose letter, then copy and paste your literary masterpiece into the comments.
Noun: A word that can be used to refer to a person or place or thing. In sentences, nouns generally function as subjects or as objects.
Examples: gun, car, scitar
Verb: A word that shows action or state of being.
Examples: look, run, smash
Adverb: A word that describes or modifies a verb, frequently ending with “-ly.”.
Examples: angrily, stupidly, carefully
Adjective: A word that describes an noun or pronoun.
Examples: Aging, Bright, Blue
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