The clock is ticking. It’s after school, and there’s a blank paper in front of you. What are you going to write? Tapping the pen on the table, you realize that you’re a bit stuck. Frustrated, you start looking for ideas. Finally, these Six Ways to Start a Sentence come to the rescue.
If you’re finding it difficult to start writing, this Nessy video has you covered with subjects, verbs, adverbs, questions, and a few handy suffixes.
Six animated doors reveal options that can help you get started on essays, poems, letters, journal entries, articles, reports, short stories, plays, novels, and more.
“Before you start writing, add them to your plan to remind you to use them, and you’ll find that writing isn’t so scary afterall.”