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Story Ending

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A list of story endings for compo/essay. Please give me thumbs-up

A list of story endings for compo/essay. Please give me thumbs-up

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  • 1. Story EndingDone by Alan Cyborg 1. Moral lesson – proverb, idiom, saying / the main character learning a lesson/ turning over a new leaf, change in attitude or action a. E.g. From that day onwards, Bob had stopped teasing everyone. It was as if he had turned over a new leaf. He had learnt his lesson that faithful day. 2. Report of what happened in the end (crime related) – on newspaper, television, radio, or in between people a. E.g. b. In the end, the road accident was published in a newspaper. It read, saying that both drivers had died tragically and some pedestrians were injured due to the flying debris. 3. Imagery – concept/ theme: e.g He was like an angel a. From that day onwards, I looked to him like he was my guardian angel, protecting me in times of distress. 4. Flashback – recollect memory, and then later fading off a. E.g. Those horrible memories were still stuck to me, however hard I tried to forget them. 5. Cliffhanger – a statement to suggest that there is more than meets the eye at the ending 6. Life continues – return back to planned routine a. E.g. Despite the near-death experience I faced, I decided to continue to take another roller coaster

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