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Sean Flanagan33,231 Points
Not as good as Dave's but I thought I'd share:
var adjective = prompt("Please type an adjective"); var noun = prompt("Please type a noun"); var verb = prompt("Please type a verb"); var sentence = document.write("There was once an " + adjective + " " + noun + " " + "who wanted to " + verb + " Antarctica.");
Any room for improvement?
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 90,683 Points
What I'd probably do for the last line is a little bit of code formatting in the text editor so the different portions of the concatenated string go on a new line. like this...
var sentence = document.write("There was once an " + adjective + " " + noun + " " + "who wanted to " + verb + " Antarctica.");
Well done so far :)