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Show what you know about English grammar by completing these activities. First, type the mentor sentence here. Include the book title and author's name. Second, label all of the parts of speech that you know in this sentence. Third, revise the mentor sentence by making it more descriptive of exciting. Try adding or changing adjectives, verbs, or specific nouns. Remember to keep the meaning of the sentence the same! Finally, imitate the mentor sentence by keeping the style and structure the same, but making it your own. You should create a brand new sentence.

Jeni Nelson

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Mentor Sentence Work

Show what you know about English grammar by completing these activities. First, type the mentor sentence. Second, label all of the parts of speech that you know in this sentence. Third, revise the mentor sentence by making it more descriptive of exciting. Try adding or changing adjectives, verbs, or specific nouns. Remember to keep the meaning of the sentence the same! Finally, imitate the mentor sentence by keeping the style and structure the same, but making it your own. You should create a brand new sentence.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Learners
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