Please answer this correctly

Please answer this correctly
Please answer this correctly



The Three Musketeers was written by Alexandre Dumas and was originally a series of stories written for a newspaper. It was published between March 14 and July 1, 1844. It has become one of the best-known stories of all time.


Dumas' tale of love and betrayal begins in pre-revolution France with our protagonist D'Artagnan travelling to Paris with his future sealed in a envelope.

The letter is stolen by a cloaked figure. D'Artagnan travels to Paris regardless and enrolls in the company of the Kings Musketeers where he meets Porthos, Aramis and Athos. An epic friendship begins which brings them to the Duke Of Buckingham's palace to La Rochelle amid a backdrop of political wars, friends and foes are made, and yet their relationship remains solid.

It is definitely a fantastic read and I would recommend it as a bedtime story for young. It is truly a classic story which will forever remain one and continue to teach kids at young age valuable lessons in life.

What makes a person happy? when that persons want or needs is attained.
False kasi school lang siya 
It enhances the performance ability of the students.

Do you know the answer?

Other questions on the subject: English

English, 28.10.2019, jemuelpogi
Republic act no. 10586an act penalizing persons driving under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs, and similar substances, and for other purposes...Read More
2 more answers
subject-verb agreementsubjects (who or what the sentence is about) and verbs (the action or state of being) must agree.singular subjects must have a singular verb.plural subjects m...Read More
1 more answers
English, 28.10.2019, abyzwlye
Robots in historyimitation of life  print edition  | books and artsmar 7th 2002machines that imitate life, or automata, became popular as expensive playthings during the...Read More
1 more answers
English, 28.10.2019, jbaningzzz
answer:Data gathering is often time-consuming. Analysis of data takes longer than that in quantitative research. Interpretation of results is usually biased because it is influence...Read More
2 more answers