Wednesday, June 8, 2011

June Vacation Chap 9.2 RATE (L2) A Twist to the Red Riding Hood Adventure

Read the following short story... you will be able to find descriptions related to RATE...

Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived in a village near the forest. Whenever she went out, the little girl wore a red riding cloak, so everyone in the village called her Little Red Riding Hood.

One morning, Little Red Riding Hood asked her mother if she could go to visit her grandmother as it had been a while since they'd seen each other.

"That's a good idea," her mother said. "We usually visit grandma twice a month. However, because of common tests, you have not visited Grandma this month! She would be upset if she doesn't see you soon!"
["Rate" in the story: 2 visits in ONE month]

Based on what you understand about the term "rate", you will now continue to build the story from where the last person has commented... Everyone will contribute to one part of this Marathon Story. Your part of the story should have at least one description related to to RATE.

20 comments:

  1. Grandma's house is quite a distance from here! It's noon already, you would have to walk at least 6km/h to reach her house before dusk.

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  2. On the way, buy a pair of apples. The price is $3/apple.

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  3. The wolf picked up the scent of the apples 30 minutes after Little Red Riding Hood bought them, he then pursued her at 12km/h

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  4. after an hour, the wolf finally caught up with her and after asking her why she was in the woods so late at night, the wolf told her that by taking a certain route she would reach her grandmother's house jus by walking 3km/h. but turns out the wolf was lying and he took the faster route that would only require him to go there at a speed of 1km/h and still reach there earlier than little red riding hood.

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  5. The next morning,the wolf reached Grandma's house and knocks the door at 2knocks/sec

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  6. the wolf then enters the house and gobble up Grandma. After that the wolf slept soundly and snores at a speed of 6 snores/min

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  7. Little Red Riding Hood finally reach the house and knock on the door. "Please come in" said the wolf. "Yes Grandmother, " said the unknowing Little Red Riding Hood. "Lets eat Grandmother , we will have two apples each!". "No," said the wolf. "Why?" questioned Little Red Riding Hood. "I would rather want one huge, juicy meat for each of us!", said the wolf.Then, he gobbled Little Red Riding Hood up!

    (Rates:2 Apples/person , 1 huge, juicy .meat/person)

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  8. The wolf then took a huge nap and meanwhile hunters from the nearby village heard the Red Riding Hood cries for help before she got eaten up. A dozen of the hunter came and burst through the door of the Grrandmother and drove bullet into the thick velvet fur of the wolf at a speed of 12bullets/second.

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  9. The wolf then vomited both Grandma and Little Red Riding Hood at a speed of 5m/s. After that, the hunters threw the wolf out of the house. The wolf ran away at 5 footsteps / second.

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  10. as the wolf was running away, it bled 0.3litres/second

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  11. This slowed the wolf's speed by 2.4m/s as it bleeds.

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  12. the wolf fell down every 3 sec

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  13. and later on, he got ran over by a sports car speeding at 200km/h.

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  14. the wolf got sent to the hospital by an ambulance at 120km/h

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  15. the nurse pump blood into the wolf at 0.1 litres per sec

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  16. Because the wolf's heart stopped beating, the doctor used a defibrillator to deliver shocks to the wolf's heart at 150 joules/ minute

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  17. Charles O'Rourke6/22/2011 11:47:00 AM

    The wolf's Family cried at 18 drops/sec

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  18. And they were sniffling thrice every 5 seconds while blowing their noses once every minute.

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  19. The wolf returned to life and breathed slowly at 1 breath per 10 seconds.

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  20. Then his family cried tears of joy at 1 drop/sec.

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