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This is a practice question intended to help with a course whos grade break down is 5 quizes. this is not to be submitted, and is for my own education benefit

practice making a python program that uses random number generation to create sentences. The program should use four lists called article, noun, verb, and preposition. The program should produce a sentence by selecting a word at random from each array in the following order: article, noun, verb, preposition, article, and noun. As each word is picked, it should be concatenated to the previous words. The words should be separated by spaces. When the final sentence is output, it should start with a capital letter and end with a period. The program should generate 20 such sentences. After the preceding program is written and working, modify the program to produce a short story consisting of several of these sentences. 

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sorry i attached the lists via screen shot, it wasn't copy and pasting properly.

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article = ['the', 'a', 'one', 'some', 'any'] noun = ['boy', 'girl', 'dog , 'town', 'car'] verb = ['drove', 'jumped', ran', 'walked', 'skipped'] preposition = ['to', 'from', 'over', 'under', '011']

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article = ['the', 'a', 'one', 'some', 'any'] noun = ['boy', 'girl', 'dog , 'town', 'car'] verb = ['drove', 'jumped', ran', 'walked', 'skipped']
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