You need your 25% Quest Points Award to get here. Once you are on Lava, go east, up over the maze. Keep going around the maze, clockwise, until you get to where it connects to another Lava Isle. It's connected by sand. Look at the very bottom part of where the two isles meet, on the edge between the water and sand. You should see a mermaid named Ariela. Talk to her. She has lost her necklace, and wants you to find it. Use your binoculars around the palm trees. You should find it. once you do, bring it back to her.
when she lost the necklace
The denoument in the necklace was the fact there was a twist in the end, that the necklace that she lost was fake
She didn't CHOOSE to lose the necklace. It was an accident.
why Mathilde didn't go back to find her necklace when she discovered that she lost her necklace..^=^
a long lost interview with the author of the necklace says that he likes to imagine the necklace was lost when she was leaving the party in a hurry
that the wife barrows a necklace, loses the necklace, tries to make money to buy a necklace to gve back to the lady, found out that the necklace that she lost was a fake. because she bought a necklace that is worth a lot than the one that she lost
because she lost the necklace.
I have lost my necklace.He bought her a diamond necklace for her birthday.
When she lost the
the necklace she lost and replaced was fake.
The necklace that she lost and worked hard to replace was fake.
It means you lost your necklace, nothing else.
The common nouns in the sentence are necklace and overcoat.
the necklace was lost
The necklace she lost was false, but the necklace that Madame Loisel returned was real. So the lady spend 10 years paying off a necklace made of paste.
Madame Loisel, she is also the antagonist as her need for the life of luxury leads to the lost necklace
Madame Loisel lost the diamond necklace
A poor woman who aspires to be wealthy, goes to a party where she burrows her rich friends necklace to where to. There she experiences a night where she feels as though she is wealthy. When she arrives home she realizes she lost her friend's necklace. When she doesn't find the necklace, instead of telling her friend she lost it she decides to replace the necklace which costs a lot of money. The necklace cost so much she has to lay off her servant and work extra to pay for the necklace. When she is finally able to pay for the necklace she returns it to her friend only to find out that the original necklace was a fake.
Some questions to look for are these, but you'll have to look through WikiAnswers to find the answers yourself. You didn't think it would be THAT easy did you? What is the theme? Why is the ending ironic? What changes occur in the life of the Loisel's after the necklace is lost? Who are the majot characters? What efforts did the Loisels take to find the necklace after it was lost? How long did it take for the Loisels to finish paying for the lost necklace?
the diamond necklace was loose. And Mathilde buy a new one that look like with the lost one, the new necklace are worth of 40 thousands francs. But the lost diamond necklace was a paste and worth 500 francs only. But it's too late to known. :(
The conclusion of "The Necklace" was one of discovery. After working hard, manual labor for ten years to pay off a diamond necklace she lost, Loisel learns at the end that the necklace she borrowed was not real.
The Necklace is a short story by Guy De Maupassant that was written in 1884. The ending has Mathilde finding out that the necklace she lost and worked her whole life to repay is an imitation.
"The Necklace" being a short story about the woman who works for years to pay off her friend's lost necklace that turned out to be fake. not really a good thesis statemnet
M Loisel thought the necklace was real so she replaced it with real stones but had she confessed that she lost it, she would have only had to pay the cost of a fake stone necklace.
when she lost nackles