SIX WAYS TO START A SENTENCE
1. The subject
The man walked down the street.
2. A participle (-ing or –ed word)
Walking up the street, he tripped.
Worried about tripping, the man
bumped into his dog.
3. A conjunction
As he walked, he whistled.
4. An adverb
Joyfully he skipped up the street.
5. An adjective
Angry at the world, he stalked off.
6. A phrase
At the top of the road, he paused.
NOTE: Savage Porcupines Can
Always Annoy People
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