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How to Write a 7-UP SentenceUsing Write Up A Storm
7-UP is great and so are 7-UP Sentences!
Start with an article and a noun.My mom
Think of a verb to match the noun.My mom knits.
Add a tag-along to tell where or when.My mom knits in the chair.
My funny mom knits in the soft chair.Add some adjectives. My funny mom knits in the soft chair.
Check for a capital letter at the beginning and a period at the end.My funny mom knits in the soft chair.
Now you have a 7-UP sentence!My funny mom knits in the soft chair. Now you have a 7-UP sentence!
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