September 15, 2016

Dear Division 16,

Take a look at this quote from the book “The elements of eloquence” by Mark Forsyth.


For your blog assignment, please build a sentence using this rule above that is interesting and creative. To describe something, use words in the order “opinion-size-age-shape-colour-origin-material-purpose-Noun”.

Remember that a noun is a person, place or thing and an adjective is a word that describes a noun.

OR – if you think this rule isn’t true, build a sentence that proves it by using a different order but that still makes sense.

My example is:

“A retro large 1960s square red American plastic rotary dial telephone”

I look forward to your responses!

Jody

49 comments

  1. purple pom-poms

    My brother just told me about an evil tiny old oval green european metal-looking hunting beetle he saw in the backyard.

  2. supercheesecake

    OW! dude I just got hit by a crazy-big-old-round-gray-African-spiky-defensive-porcupine who’s flying out of nowhere……

  3. KILIMANJARO

    AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH !!!!!! I just saw a… Gelatinous huge decrepit vomit-green morphus evil chemists slime of death.

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