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too_many_ands_thens - Dont start a sentence with and or...

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Too many  and s and  then s. Get rid of some. the two boys were walking home along the busy street and Lee was carrying his football and sometimes he bounced it on the pavement then suddenly the ball bounced out on to the road and Lee ran after it and he didn’t see the car coming towards him then David heard a bang and he saw Lee lying on the road then David ran into the nearest shop and asked the lady to ‘phone for an ambulance then he went to help his friend and he saw a tall man bending over Lee and he shouted, ”Don’t move him!” Miss out some of the  and s and  then s or change them. You  could use  when, but  or  so,  or choose your own word. 
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Unformatted text preview: Dont start a sentence with and or then . Too many and s and then s. 1. Cross out the and s and then s. 2. Put in capital letters and full stops to make sentences. 3. Copy the sentences into your book. The two boys were walking along the busy street and Lee was carrying his football and sometimes he bounced it on the pavement then suddenly the ball bounced out on to the road and Lee ran after it Put capital letters at the start. Put full stops at the end. Copy the sentences. the boys walked up the street lee had his football he kicked his ball the ball rolled into the street lee ran after it a car hit lee...
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