Today we will write about our short stories. Easy, right? The catch is that you have to answer with BRUSH STROKE sentences.
1. Using an ABSOLUTE, write a sentence describing the Newcomer's journey through the Yukon in "To Build a Fire" by Jack London.
2. Using an APPOSITIVE, write a sentence explaining Walter Mitty's relationship with his wife.
3. Using a PARTICIPLE sentence, explain Sammy's dilemma in "A&P".
4. Using ADJECTIVES OUT OF ORDER, explain how the congregation is affected by Mr. Hooper's black veil in Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story.
5. Using an ACTIVE verb, write a sentence about ANY short story we have read in class.
6. With a group, merge THREE brush stroke sentences to create ONE amazing college level sentence.
I will give an ICE CREAM SANDWICH to the first person who leaves their correct answers as a comments on this blog.
Have a good day!