Julius Caesar Vocab Storyboard

Julius Caesar Vocab Storyboard

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  • Hey, did you know that shrewd, but affable phantom thief took the Taco's family heirloom in front of the whole town? 
  • Whoa no way! I heard that Ms. Taco was going to bestow that gem to the next in line for the company since they already interred her husband.
  • Don't you think that that will hinder Ms. Taco in the future since she does seem feeble now. I'm surprised we couldn't here her laments for her husband from here!
  • I don't think there's really any need to worry though, it's not like the thief will exploit the gem. He always gives it back a few days after, so I don't know why so many people are planning a mutiny at his next heist. Even Ms. Taco says it's alright!
  • I wonder what kind of evidence they will use to try and appertain the theft to another crime this time.
  • This sudden storm seems really portentous, something may be amiss. We might want to get home quickly.
  • When our heroes start their way home, an omnious storm starts to brew...
  • And so our heroes soon make it home, unaware of what is to come.
  • Is there any way I can appease you? You seemed on edge ever since it started to rain.
  • No, it's fine. The storm sort of freaks me out. Sorry if I've been acting meek. I've just been that the thief may be trying to redress something if he suddenly stole the gem like that.
  • You know, after what you said about the thief needing a motive confounded me. I wonder what it was.
  • Whoa! the weather looks to be getting worse! This might prove my original assumption of bad things to come unassailable!
  • I'd like to impart the knowledge that Ms. Taco is forced to give the gem to one of the bigger factories who have made Ms. Taco intermit her factory process quite often.
  • So, who stands to gain when Ms. Taco bequeaths the gem?
  • Our heroes soon head to the bedroom where they continue to speculate the motive behind the theft.
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