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Make Your Writing  Make Your Writing  More Interesting! More Interesting! Varying sentence structures Varying sentence structures
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Vary your Sentence Openings If you start too many sentences with the same word,  especially ‘The’, ‘It’, ‘This’, or ‘I’, guess what will  happen? It was such a coincidence to meet  Molly at the cinema.
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How about these: When I sat down at the cinema, I realised that,  coincidentally, I was sitting next to Molly. Molly and I, without any advance planning, ended up  sitting next to each other at the cinema. Unbelievable, I know, but Molly and I ended up  sitting right next to each other at the cinema. At the crowded cinema, packed with 300 people,  Molly and I ended up, by sheer coincidence, sitting  right next to each other. I have known many coincidences in my life, but none 
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