My teacher named Mrs. Heym gave us a social studies project. I have to tell what the north of what my object that I draw is. I have to tell every direction of what the object is from. For an example when you see my bed maybe I am going to have a clock under the bed or should I say south of the bed. Maybe I am going to have the TV on the top of the bed or should I say north of the bed. There might be a box on the right of the bed or should I say east of the bed. I don’t know what I am going to put yet. There might be a window on the left of the bed or should I say west of the bed. These are the regular directions. Now on my next paragraph I am going to tell you mixed directions.
The directions of combined directions are northeast, northwest, southeast, southwest. These are the four combined directions. For an example there might be a person northeast of my bed. There might be my white and chalk board northwest of my bed. The bed is done. I’m out of examples. The other examples I wrote could be true.
North of the bird would be the window and TV. South of the bird would be the bed. East of the bird would be a head of the person and the board. West of the bird would be the whole person, some of the box. Northeast of the bird would be the person and box. Northwest of the bird would be the clock. Southeast of the bird would be the piece of the persons foot and a box.