Come down to the big house and learn how to write some exciting sentences. In our first video 4OQ explain how to write 3ED sentences with an exciting story…
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This is brilliant, I am left in suspense and want to learn more! As a new teacher you have inspired me boys, thank you very much. What will happen to the girl?
Gee, boys. I really enjoyed this.
Why, oh why did you leave me in suspense???? I think I’m going to have to tune in for Part 2.
Keep up the great work, and thanks for sharing a fascinating story!
Mr Graffin from Western Australia
Thanks for watching our video and know there is a part three! I hope you carry on watching our videos!
These are brilliant boys! Well done.
What a super exciting sentence, you really have left me in suspense. I can’t wait to hear what else you have planned for the girl and the monster. Well done boys, i am impressed!
Thanks for watching part 2 and 3 are out now wish you all the best!!!
Thanks for making this video! We enjoyed it and it helped us a lot in our learning.
Do the 3 EDs have to be at the start of the sentence or can you write “I was terrified, petrified and horrified”? We are doing our 2 stars and a wish and were not sure.
Class 5D, Avenue Junior School
It was brilliant and I wan’t to see if the monster did eat the girl! – Sara 3HF
I can not wait till the next one comes out
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