All morning, Judy raised her mood-ring hand, even when she didn’t know the answer.
Even Mr. Todd noticed the ring. “What’s that you’ve got there?” he asked Judy.
“A mood ring,” Judy said. “It predicts stuff. Like what mood you’re in.”
“Very nice,” said Mr. Todd. “Let’s hope everybody’s in the mood for the math test.”
Look at the sentences that use dialogue and the sentences that don’t use dialogue.
They are alike because:
They are different because: