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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