Day 2. Toothless

[100 Day English Writing Challenge] #2. Toothless

Corrected by ChattingCat

My cat, Toothless, took the name from the Dreamworks’ animation, “How to Train Your Dragon”. The name of the dragon in the animation is “Toothless”.

When I told others his name, people often asked me if he has no teeth and when they saw Toothless has teeth, they grinned. Yes, my cat has good teeth. And I need to take better care of his teeth!

Note from ChattingCat Tutor ‘alexprince’ | You can say either “name of x IS “y” or x is called “y” but not “name is called x”. So you could say “The dragon in the animation is called Toothless” Hope that helps!


Original:

My cat, Toothless, took the name from the Dreamworks’ animation, “How to Train Your Dragon”. The name of the dragon in the animation called “Toothless”.

When I told others his name, people often asked me if he has no teeth and when they saw Toothless has teeth, they grinned. Yes, my cat has good teeth. And I need to take better care of his teeth!

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