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  1. Unregistered
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    singular subject.

    my daughter is struggling on writing a shot discription of some sentances.
    Catch a Magic Star (Catch)
    The Wish (Wish)
    Try, Try again (try)
    The case of the Buzzing Bee (buzz)
    The fix-it kid (fix)

    could you help

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    Re: singular subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    my daughter is struggling on writing a shot discription of some sentences.
    Catch a Magic Star (Catch)
    The Wish (Wish)
    Try, Try again (try)
    The case of the Buzzing Bee (buzz)
    The fix-it kid (fix)

    Could you help?
    Most of those are phrases, not sentences. Anyhow, I think we should let her do her own homework. (I don't see the point of reducing "Try, try again" to one word.)


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