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7 Patterns for Beginning Sentences

Page history last edited by Jayson Yeagley 9 years, 11 months ago

Some Patterns for Beginning Sentences

 

1. Adjective Conjunction Adjective 

Example: Hot and Sweaty, the boxer answered the reporter's questions. 

 

2. An appositive

Example: Luke, the star player, broke his arm in the last regular season game.

 

3. Prepositional Phrase

Example: From the shattered window, the abandoned kitten watched the girls.

 

4. "Ing" word

Example: Laughing, the student admitted to the prank.

 

5. Two adjectives

Example: Sleek, shiny cars lined the sidewalk next to the parade route.

 

6. Adverb conjunction Adverb

Example: Slowly and Carefully, the fireman placed the child in his mother's arms.

 

7. "Ing" conjunction "Ing"

Example: Smiling and Laughing, the boys filtered with the cheerleaders.

 

 

 

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