Basic JavaScript - Word Blanks

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const myNoun = "dog";
const myAdjective = "big";
const myVerb = "ran";
const myAdverb = "quickly";

// Only change code below this line
const sentence = "The " + "big " + "dog " + "ran " + "quicky" + "."; 
const wordBlanks = "The";

// Change this line
// Only change code above this line

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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Word Blanks

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you need to use the variables myNoun, myAdjective, myVerb, and myAdverb with the string concatenation operator + to build a string and assign to the variable wordBlanks

In addition to what @aynuman19 said, you can also do it using template literals (backtick symbols, usually located to the left of the 1 key on your keyboard).

So you could do…

const myNoun = "dog";
const myAdjective = "big";
const myVerb = "ran";
const myAdverb = "quickly";

`The ${myAdjective} ${myNoun} ${myVerb} ${myAdverb} .`

Template literals are often easier to use than concatenation. To use your variables you just wrap them like so ${myVariable}

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