Continuing with language parts . . . on their way to complete sentences (or questions, if you would so prefer). The same conditions apply as last week’s workout (!) Clarity, coherence and cohesiveness for the final product. As for content and context and the subject, your call! As before: Compound as well as single sentences have the green light.
Sentence / Question statement parts appear below in the form of nouns, verbs, adjectives / adverbs and / or fillers (a brief insight into these meaning-enhancers was present on last Friday’s post). Like last week’s scrambled words, each one of also today comes from a murder mystery novel by Lisa Jacksson. I hope you will enjoy this activity.
Toward sentence or question statement #1:
- mind; hope
- can (either in its indicative or subjunctive mood); think; be; respond; hope (please note that this word also appears above in a different language function)
- straight; not; clear (or in its negative form)
Toward sentence or question statement #2:
- chance; trouble; focus
- shake; decide; have; focus (another red alert); be
- but; another; aloof; icy; even; always