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var adjective = prompt('type an adjective'); var verb = prompt('type a verb'); var noun = prompt(

It shows this The Story Maker There was once a' + adjective + ' dog who' + verb + ' + ' + noun + ' everyday.

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Jason Hill — Perhaps you meant to post this as an answer instead of a comment? Comments cannot be voted on or selected as "best answer".

1 Answer

Jason Hill
Jason Hill
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 11,399 Points

Without seeing your actual code, I will assume that you're having issues with the placement of your quotes in your string concatenation.
I may be wrong, but it should be something like this. If this helped you, you can select it as 'Best Answer' below.

var adjective = prompt("Please Enter an Adjective");
var verb = prompt("Please enter a Verb");
var noun = prompt("Please enter a Noun");
console.log("There was once a " + adjective + " " + noun + " who " + verb + " everyday.");