English, 29.06.2021 15:20 lyssamichelle

Don’t Tell. Show! Directions: On a separate sheet of paper, make the following “telling statements” show. You will change the sentences and add new things, but be sure to express the original idea. Show each idea in more than three sentences.

1. Alec wasn’t paying attention to the teacher.

2. They were playing around during class.

3. He was bored while she was telling her story.

4. I was really happy.

5. Both of the children were sad.

6. He was really good at playing basketball.

7. Sammy was hungry.

8. My mom was disappointed.

9. His room was a mess.

10. The teacher was frustrated.

11. Tamika was nice to Rica.

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