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I Trouble Do you have I Trouble ? Rewrite each of the following sentences on your notebook paper without beginning it with the word, I.
1. I like to read interesting books.
Suggested answer: 1. Usually I like to read interesting books.
2. I went down the hall to my locker
Suggested answer: 2. Slowly I went down the hall to my locker.
3. I always go to church early on Sunday morning.
Suggested answer: 2. Early on Sunday morning I always go to church.
4. I wanted to ask a question before the test began.
Suggested answer: 4. Before the test began I wanted to ask a question.
5. I always read just before I go to bed.
Suggested answer: 5. Just before I go to bed I always read.
6. I went to the beach on vacation last year.
Suggested answer: 6. Last year I went to the beach on vacation.
7. I asked my mother if I could get a pet dog.
Suggested answer: 7. As soon as I could I asked my mother if I could get a pet dog.
8. I saw a strange man chasing a butterfly.
Suggested answer: 8. Suddenly I saw a strange man chasing a butterfly.
9. I ride the bus to school everyday.
Suggested answer: 9. Everyday I ride the bus to school.
10. I saw a magician at the circus.
10. At the circus I saw a magician.
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