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thank you suzie

dear suzie
thank you so so so so much for coming and
visiting our shchool and i really apreaciated that you took your time and stayed
with us and listening and answering our questions and a really big thanks for coming and
visiting our shchool and was so suprised when you came because my
eyes poped out and my mouth opened so i was really amazed when you came
to visit our shchool and i will say again that thank you for coming
i forgot that i wanted to say that my favirote challenge was the one
you liked the most but i still liked the one when you had to step
forwards and then back and then somebody says numbers and you
had to say them the other way round and my 3rd favirote one was
when you went in the airiplane and you and your 2 friends and from now i want to
be an astonaut because when you did the challenges some of them were
fun.
by julia rusiak year 3 oxford road community shchool

Adverbials

Where, when, or what happens – helps us know more about the verb, the action in the sentence.

The moon saw the egg.

  • If I add an adverbial it makes the sentence more interesting and detailed,

The nosey moon noticed the tiny white egg hanging under the oak leaf.

The moon kept it light.

The sun warmed the egg.

The egg hatched.

the magic finger

julia’s review of: the magic finger
Author: Roald Dahl
Genre: Fiction

it is about a girl that when she put’s her magic finger up at some body something happens when i was reading it i was enjoing it it was a little bit funny and it was a little bit normal but i still enjoided it , when all of the magic came out of the finger it looked funny i really really like that book i will give 10/10 thank you for listening to my book review thank you