Which sentence is correct: We where on vacation in Italy. We were on vacation in Italy.
We were on vacation in Italy is right because the verb were is used.
1st Grade - 3rd Grade: I make 24 cupcakes for a party. I have some cupcake trays. There are 6 places for cupcakes in each tray. How many cupcake trays do I need?
1st Grade: "I can put 6 cupcakes in each tray. I will draw 24 sticks/lines and put a circle around 6 at a time. I will count the number of circles I have at the end." 3rd Grade: 24 cupcakes divided by 6 equals 4.
Would you change the ending of the famous story of The Three Little Pigs if you knew the wolf had wolf pups at home?
Sample: I would change it the story to where the little pigs catch the wolf and hear his story. They make him try vegetables (which he likes!) and teach him how to make vegetable soup!