As you have said racket can mean a loud noise, or a piece of sporting equipment.
Racquet can only be the sports equipment.
For the Day 8 Tennis Anyone? challenge, can we use singulars? So, single and double instead of the plurals?
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Nope, but they have to be from that person's POV. So one from Hermione and one from Pansy, for instance, but they can be third person.Do the drabbles for the July Monthly have to be in first person?
For the July monthly, the picture has to be summer or holidays related, but does it have to be directly related to Britain?
I'll explain - I found an amazing picture of the Bastille Day firework display in Paris, and I'm thinking of using it for something related to traveling and/or fireworks. Would that work?
Also do the British do fireworks in the summer?
Aida - No the picture doesn't have to be directly related to Britain.
Regarding whether we have fireworks in the summer, we don't have an annual event like Bastille Day, or Fourth of July in that season, but we do set them off for individual occasions - like a birthday.
I have another question about the July Monthly... Stupid thing is giving me trouble...
Anyway, the prompt says that the subject is from "opposing" views. Do they have to line up as neatly as "love" and "hate"?
The way my drabbles are shaping up it looks like one will be mostly good, but tinged dark, and the other mostly dark but tinged good. ... I'm just hoping they don't end up both coming off as bittersweet.
Edit: Sounds good. Mine should work for that then. ^_^ Thanks Carole.
Nope, it doesn;t have to be as neat as love and hate, but it needs to be a different view of the same object. For instance, if you chose a sunflower, then maybe Luna would love them, but to Bellatrix they give her hayfever. It's not hate, but annoyance. Or maybe the memories provoked are vastly different.Anyway, the prompt says that the subject is from "opposing" views. Do they have to line up as neatly as "love" and "hate"?