What is a good thesis statement for Elvis Presley?
YES Elvis did get good grades beginning in "primary school" and continuing through "secondary school" and in "High school". Overall Elvis achieved (approximately) a B average …in spite of growing up very poor and relocating numerous times throughout his childhood.
He was one of the founding fathers of Rock and Roll
Hail to the yeah. My friend tried to sing Blue Christmas and he died up on that stage.
Yes as he graduated from Humes High School in 1953. Elvis was active in the ROTC, music class, and library class. Elvis had a photographic memory and opted to work, and pursue… his musical career, in lieu of going to College. However, whatever Elvis was passionate about he pursued it 100% and throughout his life (i.e. reading, bible, spiritual questions, music ranging from Opera to Country to Rhythm and Blues, playing the piano, playing the guitar, playing the bass guitar, musical arrangements, etc.).
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A thesis statement is 1 or 2 sentences that form an opinionated statement. It must have your subject, and the point you want to get across. Not everyone should agree with your… statement. In your essay, you will try to persuade people to believe your thesis statement to be true. You will want to avoid words like all, none, always, never.
You're fat, I'm fat, we are all fat! According to a 2010 Census...
No way. The Beatles did though.
A good statment is if we are not supposed to have late night snacks why is there a light in the fridge
Yes she was an she loved him very much and he did her
dont do it around a real elvis fan!!
YES, Elvis was a good kid growing up. By all accounts (his parents, his friends, his neighbors, his teachers, etc.) Elvis was an honesty, shy, religious, and energetic child w…ho always said "yes sir and yes mam. Elvis was the second child born on January 8, 1935 and the first child born was Elvis' twin brother, Jesse Garon, who (sadly) was born "stillborn" meaning he was dead. Elvis grew up very poor and at one point was raised solely by his Mother, Gladys Love (Smith) Presley, as Elvis' Father served time in jail (note: Vernon served his time, repaid the money, and never again had any legal problems).
Elvis studied various forms of martial arts, over a period in excess of 13 years, and achieved an 8th degree black belt.