Monday, October 5, 2009

Sentence a Day

Her Sentence

They're a headen down Conewago Creek toward Sarp's Run, a-killin', a-butcherin' and a-plunderin' as they come.

From Indian Captive by Lois Lenski. The author uses parallelism to describe what the indians do as they raid the Englishmens homes and towns.

My Sentence

We're a goin up White River toward Batesville, a-paddlin', a-swimmin' and a-talkin' as we go.

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