I was soon outside feeling the brisk air and tiny wet snowflakes softly  touch my face. ... sat quietly watching the snow fall; the lonely streets were quiet, all the cars tucked away in their garages; no one else was about. ... I will never forget the peacefulness I felt that evening and the harmony I felt later, as I lay staring out at the snowy night, falling into a tranquil dream. ... Order them according to their frequency in the essay. 2. Is dancing in the first paragraph the best word choice?
|Title||:||The writer's rhetoric and handbook|
|Author||:||Elizabeth McMahan, Susan Day|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill College - 1988-01|