Huge, black dog dashed quickly



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Making our writing more interesting

Below are some really boring sentences. Make them more interesting by adding adjectives and adverbs. You can also use a thesaurus to change the verb to a more interesting word.
e.g. The dog ran to get the ball.
The huge, black dog dashed quickly to fetch the red ball.


  1. The lady walked across the fields.

  2. The cat lay on the sofa.

  3. The bird was singing outside the window.

  4. The boy kicked the ball over the fence.

  5. The man smiled at the lady.

  6. The puppies played in the park.

  7. The children laughed at the clown.

  8. The teacher frowned at the school children.


Making our writing more interesting
Below are some really boring sentences. Make them more interesting by adding adjectives and adverbs. You can also use a thesaurus to change the verb to a more interesting word.
e.g. The dog ran to get the ball.
The huge, black dog dashed quickly to fetch the red ball.


  1. The lady walked across the fields.

  2. The cat lay on the sofa.

  3. The bird was singing outside the window.

  4. The boy kicked the ball over the fence.

  5. The man smiled at the lady.

  6. The puppies played in the park.

  7. The children laughed at the clown.

  8. The teacher frowned at the school children.

Making our writing more interesting
Below are some really boring sentences. Make them more interesting by adding adjectives and adverbs. You can also use a thesaurus to change the verb to a more interesting word.
e.g. The dog ran to get the ball.

The huge, black dog dashed quickly to fetch the red ball.



  1. The carpet feels nice between my toes.

  2. The dog yawned.

  3. The garden was full of flowers.

  4. The sea was quiet and calm.

  5. The trees were moving in the wind.

  6. The sky was blue with lots of clouds.

  7. The snow was white and felt soft.

  8. The birds were flying high in the sky.


Making our writing more interesting
Below are some really boring sentences. Make them more interesting by adding adjectives and adverbs. You can also use a thesaurus to change the verb to a more interesting word.
e.g. The dog ran to get the ball.
The huge, black dog dashed quickly to fetch the red ball.


  1. The carpet feels nice between my toes.

  2. The dog yawned.

  3. The garden was full of flowers.

  4. The sea was quiet and calm.

  5. The trees were moving in the wind.

  6. The sky was blue with lots of clouds.

  7. The snow was white and felt soft.

  8. The birds were flying high in the sky.




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