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Tuesday Lesson Intro Part 1

Beginning of Marcy and the Riddle of the Sphinx

Tuesday Lesson Part 2

Story mapping and adverbials - use the adverbial sheet below to help you if you need it

Part 3

 

The fronted adverbial sheet can be used to generate adverbials that can go in many places in a sentence.  Choose 3 that you haven't already used and write a sentence with a fronted adverbial.  Then re-write it as many times as you can, placing the adverbial in different places in the sentence.  The sentence must still make sense though.

 

Example,

 

Above the clouds, a flying squirrel was chasing a giant, rusty eagle.

 

A flying squirrel was chasing a giant, rusty, eagle, above the clouds.

 

A flying squirrel, above the clouds, was chasing a giant, rusty eagle.

 

 

Suddenly, a strange sensation crept up the back of her neck.

 

A strange sensation suddenly crept up the back of her neck.

 

A strange sensation crept suddenly up the back of her neck.

 

A strange sensation crept up the back of her neck suddenly.

 

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