Dear Mr. Moore, A tornado forms by warm air and cold air colliding and forming a funnel cloud.I would feel worried because I would be as scared as a little girl right when I herd the first...boom!
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Dear Mr. Moore, Response No. 1: A tornado forms when a) when cool, dry air and hot, moist air collide. This creates a thunderstorm, and while the lightning is crackling, sometimes the storm creates a funnel cloud, which can rotate, turning it into a tornado. Response No. 2: I would feel scared as a rabbit with a fox outside its hole. However, I would also be morbidly fascinated by the terrible destruction the storm has wrought.
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Dear Mr.Moore A tornado starts with cold and hot air are like fighting and they just make one and mix together. and yes if there was a tornato right in front of me I wold be so scede my eye balls will fly out of my lids and I wold run so fast that my bottom of my shose will out bern.
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Dear Mr.Moore,First,a Tornado forms by hot air and cold colliding and rotating together.If I seen a real life Tornado I would be scared and wouldn't know what to do besides scream and run Like a wolf.
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Dear Mr.Moore,a tornado forms by when warm air and cool air collide each other which makes a severe storm which means a tornado is coming.If I saw a tornado in action I would be as scared as a cat who is scared by a dog because the tornadoes cause a lot of destruction.
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Dear Mr.Moore,The first and only step for a tornado to form is when cold and very dry air and warm and moist air collide into each other. If I ever was near a tornado I would be as scared as a cat stuck on a tree.
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Dear Mr.Moore,Ms.V,Ms.Thumm A tornado forms from a funnel at first but there is rain and Lightning which forms a thunderstorm then there is hail which will form a funnel and that's when the tornado happens but not always. I have seen a tornado and i was as scared as a cat. Sincerly, Gerardo
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Dear MR. Moore, The first step is for the hot air and cold air to chase each other.I would feel so scared I would be scared as a girl.
William, Thanks for your comment! Please make sure to use spaces after your commas and ending punctuation in the future. I'm also thinking that I should see more of the vocabulary words. Nice work on using a simile.
Dear Mr.Moore,1.Tornadoes start from funnel clouds. The funnel clouds start when hot moist air and cool dry air colliding. 2.I would get such a rush if I saw a tornado because I know they are extremely deadly and that I could get swept up like dirt gets swept up by a broom.Your Student,Ian.
Ian, Thanks for your comment! Nice job, but next time, you do not need to use the numbers. You can just reply with your thinking. nice job with your word choice sir!
Dear Mr.Moore,1.How a tornado forms is it start out as a bad storm then as the breezes gets warmer then the tornado starts to create a funnel cloud,then the lightning starts to get bad and when the funnel cloud hits the ground the tornado starts.2.How I would feel if I seeing a tornado in action a mile away from me I would dash as fast as I could to my house for safety.
Heaven, Thanks for your comment! Nice work! In the future, you do not need to number your ideas. You can just respond. Is it really true that it's not a tornado until it touches the ground?
Dear Mr.Moore, The first step for a tornado to form is to have cold air and hot air mixed together. Next,the hot air and cold air fight together and they rotate and it will turn into a tornado with the hot air and cold air. I feel terrified to be near a tornado because the tornado winds are very strong and they can take you or anything else.
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Dear Mr.Moore,The first step for a tornado is that the hot and cold collide and keep chasing each other and then you can see funnel clouds and lightning and then the tornado starts to rotate and destroys a lot of stuff. If I were in a real tornado I would scream my pants of and I would feel like I was going to to be destroyed bye one I would also be exited because I would bee seeing one!!!
Yicel, This is great! Thanks for your comment! You really did a great job, but be careful with your spelling. "Bee" and "exited" are spelled correctly but they are the wrong words. I think you meant to write "be" and "excited."
Dear Mr.Moore, The way that a tornado forms is when a cool air and hot,dry,damp air bumps or collides into each other. Then it may pass or start a whether storm such as a a funnel cloud. If I saw a tornado I would be used to it because I have been through a lot of them. Sincerely, Rayven Anderson-2
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Dear Mr. Moore,The first step to a tornado is that the clouds turn dark. Then a funnle cloud starts. Finally a tornado has formed.
Thanks for your comment! I'll be excited to read your comments when you've got enough time to get them finished. How would you feel about seeing a real-live tornado?
Thanks for your comment! I know that out where you used to live there were lots of tornadoes! Maybe you could share a little more about what it's like to see a real tornado!
Dear East Dragon Den,That was a good way to set directions. This is how a tornado forms. First, the tornado starts to rotate faster and faster and forms in a funnel cloud. Next, once the tornado lands of the Earth's surface,severe damage with thunderstorms of lightning begins. That is how I might tell how a tornado forms. But, how would I feel if I saw a tornado in action? You must think i am insane because it would be as awesome as going to the top of MT Everest!! From, Dalena
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Dear Mr.Moore,A tornado is,First, A tornado starts out by a thunderstorm. You may hear a BOOM!Second,Cool air and worm air collide and then the air becomes a tornado. IF I were to be in a tornado in person I would be just apsalotly terified.
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Dear Mr.Moore,The first step of how a tornado forms is a cloud makes a triangle at the bottom and it starts to get big forming a tornado .If I saw a tornado it would fell really cool to see a tornado and you can be in a lot of action.
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Dear, Mr.Moore, Ms.Vander Velde, and Ms.thumm A tornado it starts to collide by cold dry air hitting warm hot air. Then it forms a funnel cloud. After it forms a funnel cloud it starts lighting. Finally it turns in to a rotating tornado. If I saw a relly tornado I would run in tarrier. /It could kill me.
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Dear Mr.Moore,The first step to a tornado is that their can be a storm with lighting and thunder then their can be a funnel cloud. If I was close to a tornado I wold be realy scared.Sinserly, Miranda
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Dear Mr. Moore,I read how tornadoes form. First, there is warm wet air and cold dry air and they collide into each other. Then, it starts to rotate and it forms a funnel cloud. I once saw a tornado and I was scared we were coming back from New Mexico and we were side by side I just kept saying "tomato tomato" but I meant to say tornado and I had speech problems and I felt scared and panicked.It was a tiny tornado.
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