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INGScreaming, Bess tried to get hold of the triggerof the gun, but she struggled to get hold of it; her hands were sweating and bleeding.Racing through the crowded streets, the police car began to catch the lorry full of robbers.
SIMILEAs colossal as an elephant, the giant stomped across the green grass.Like a speeding bullet, the car zoomed down the road
PREPOSITIONUnder my delicate feet the Earth shook like a parade of elephants running through the jungle and making everything tumble.
ADVERBDisgustingly, the naughty boy ripped up other children’s work. Stupidly, the adventurous boy got stuck in the huge market freezer!
CONNECTIVEHowever, when he looked to his left, under the shelf, he saw it. The last one. Meanwhile, Mr Thomas was having trouble harvesting his crop of cabbages.
EDExcited, all the kids screamed, whilst the store owner opened the door.
DIALOGUE“Who was that?” roared the teacher, as the rubber hit her head with a massive thump!