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This week's tongue twister: sixty-six silky short-sleeved shirts. There were four winners who shared a chocolate prize.
Further to our work on onomatapoeia last week, here's a few more video clips to help understand what is is and how it can be used:
Here's the sound effects alphabet in which a guy does the entire alphabet in sound effects.
Here's an entire story told in pictures and onomatopoeia.
We discussed some onomatopoeia words which could relate to sport:
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The complete predicate includes all the words that tell what the subject does.
Example: Most children enjoy sport.
Punctuation - capital letters for proper nouns (30 seconds)
Always use a capital for God and any pronouns relating to God - He, His, Him
Use lower case g when referring to any unspecified god or goddess, such as: Greek gods, the god of thunder, the goddess Athena.