Mike Dariano


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Writing Tool #1: Begin Sentences with Subjects and Verbs

It seems appropriate that Clark's first piece of advice is the start of a sentences; put subjects and verbs first, think of them as "the locomotive that pulls all the cars that follow.

This section from page 295 of Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince:

They walked out onto the pitch to tumultuous roars and boos. One end of the stadium was solid red and gold; the other, a sea of green and silver. Many Hufflepuffs and Ravenclaws had taken sides too: Amidst all the yelling and clapping Harry could distinctly hear the roar of Luna Lovegood's famous lion-topped hat.

Harry stepped up to Madam Hooch, the referee, who was standing ready to release the balls from the crate.

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