So I got back to class today. Luckily, my day off didn't make me too rusty...though I worry what the holidays will do!
Because I was in South Carolina and didn't manage to hear much in the way of non-local news, I didn't have much to write about for my daily news assignment. So I just wrote about my trip, trying to use the from and to cases we have been practicing. You know...I drove from the party to the house. Those directions are indicated by word endings (ah, cases...).
I capped it off by saying we came home to discover the cat had been sleeping IN the tree.
My classmate said, did you mean UNDER the tree?
No, not under, IN the tree.
My teacher asked, did you mean ON TOP OF the tree?
No, no, I meant IN.
The cat slept IN the tree. The bottom branches are a bit lower than when we left.
Bets on how long the tree remains vertical?