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Write a paragraph (80-100 words) using one of the following sentences as opening sentences.

• The most important things are the hardest things to say.
• People ask, How did you get in there? What they really want to know is if they are likely to end up there as well.
• A week from now, I shall be on holiday.
• All this happened, more or less.
• The book was thick and black and covered with dust.
• Say you've spent the first 10 years of your life sleeping under the stairs of a family who loathes you.
• Michael Moore's superb documentary tackles a meaty subject: gun control.
• On any given day, one out of four Americans opts for a quick and cheap meal at a fast-food restaurant, without giving either its speed or its thriftiness (frugality) a second thought.
• The message of this book could be a blessing or a curse, depending on your perspective.
• Need a laptop computer?

Write a paragraph (80-100 words) using one of the following sentences as the closing sentence. Be careful with tenses.

• I left the place for good, relieved that everything was over.
• And then love took them beyond stars.
• He began to wish he had never come to the party.
• Only a house quiet as snow, a space for myself to go, clean as paper before the poem.
• And she wrapped herself in Magda's shawl, which smelled of cinnamon toast and apples.
• My son stands with his feet in the ocean.
• Reservations essential.
• As I turned around, I bumped into the old musician again.
• And that is how we actually did it.
• This essay has examined the principal causes and effects of the increase in fast-food consumption in the world.

Write a mini-saga, which is a whole story told in 50 words!!!
Examples of mini-sagas written by students in Your Stuff!