Student or Learner
I have made up this story mostly using entries from the OALD, and I would be grateful if you could correct any mistakes you might spot in this little story. Thank you very much in advance. Here is the story:
Once a policeman stopped me asking to blow into the breathalyser. Thinking a little, I lit a cigarette, drew on it and blew out a stream of smoke into the device. The policeman rounded his eyes but didn't say anything. The wind was growing and finally blew the policeman's cap. He ran after it blowing his whistle.
Thank you, emsr2d2, for your comments.
Actually, this story wasn't supposed to make much sense but instead being somewhat bright (that basically means unreal) to be better memorizable. I rather concentrated on using the verb blow in various aspects in this story.
2) I actually hadn't noticed that you had used phrases involving "blow" on purpose!
3) Even though you only wrote it to make it easy to memorise, I think it would still be better, if you're going to do it like that, to memorise a story that actually makes sense.
Maybe it was a comedy and he was a comedian policeman.He ran after it blowing his whistle.
This is grammatically correct although I'm not sure why a policeman would blow his whistle while running after a runaway hat. The hat isn't going to stop on its own!