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Making Sentences

Making Sentences Discover how to make sentences through this resource. In addition to a factsheet and worksheets, this site provides three games and three quizzes to test your skills. When you finish with this site, you can easily move on to other writing skill pages. BBC • Learning Games
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Making Sentences


Discover how to make sentences through this resource. In addition to a factsheet and worksheets, this site provides three games and three quizzes to test your skills. When you finish with this site, you can easily move on to other writing skill pages.

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