Critical and Analytical Thinking
Maybe you have already heard that someone, a journalist, your
teacher or parents, refer to a complex situation as a "Pandora's
What is a Pandora's box? Who is Pandora and how did
she get that box? Did she open the box? Can you think of an example
where you can use the phrase "to open a Pandora's box"?
Do your research about this topic, and then send your answers
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i am fifteen years old
| Explanation: || hello what is a pandoras box and what to you mean a pandora box? thank you. |
I am 11 and I am learning English in New York. I go to Seven Bridges Middle School and it is
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| Explanation: || A Pandora's box is a idiom for a complex situation. Its a old mythology from Zeus he made a woman named Pandora and her name was ment to shower her with lovely gifts, but to test her insticts he gave her a present that had nothing but bad spirits in them so he wrapped them in a box that looked so lovely and she opened it and she had difficulties. |
I'm a 8th grader that loves schools and all my teachers and i am 13 years old.
| Explanation: || Pandora is a myth from Greek mythology. The myth is that when Zeus got angry he wanted to get revenge on humans. |