Story Writing using Hints

Use clues to write a story

Either the introductory lines or some notes in the input or both are displayed. To write an effective story, one should use their ideas and paint them with imagination. Do not mix present and past and do not make the usual mistake of progressively using the past for the simple past. In the following you will find some helpful hints that you should consider. This is a basic overview that can help you write your own research reports:

SALES OR HISTORY TIPS

Constructing sentences or tales on the given sketch is a very good practice to emphasize the student's fantasy and ability to type in plain-text. Please observe the given structure thoroughly when entering the paragraph/story. Stick to the order in which the points are indicated in the outlines.

Make sure to join the points shown in the sketch of course so that the whole thing is easy to understand and a coherent track of good composi. When prompted to enter a headline or caption for the section or history, you can select the protagonist, the subject or event of the history, or a saying or a known quote that matches the history.

One time an Ant dropped into a creek. One pigeon watched the ants from the branches of a forest. There was a time when a kings got seriously ill. All over the world the Emperor sent his men to find a completely fortunate man. He' s been taken before the kings. He was asked by the physicians to give his shirts to the warden.

He got sick. The rain soon came down, and since the soil was well digged, they sown the maize. Constructing sentences or tales on the given sketch is a very good practice to emphasize the student's fantasy and ability to type in plain-text. Please observe the given structure thoroughly when entering the paragraph/story.

Follow the order in which the points in the structure are indicated. Make sure to join the points shown in the sketch of course so that the whole thing is easy to understand and a coherent track of good composi. When prompted to enter a headline or caption for the section or history, you can select the protagonist, the subject or event of the history, or a saying or a known quote that matches the history.

One of the slaves got out of servitude into the woods - troops followed him - went into a den - a couch - a lion roared in sorrow - his foot was swelled - the servant came near her and took away the spike - they became boyfriends - later the servicemen detained the servant - took him to the kingdom -

When the soldiers were ordered by the emperor to cast the slaves to the starving one - the bear fell on the slaves - recognized the slaves - recalled the goodness of the slaves - then leaked the slave's legs - the audience was astonished - the slaves told them the position - the kings released him.

Beanie vendors - go to the store - feel weary - sleep under a forest - a baskets - sell hats - apes on a forest - came down - opened the baskets - took the hats - put them on - began making a lot of noises - beanie vendors awoke - no beanie in the baskets - glanced up in surprise - apes carried hats - tried several ways to gather the hats - collapsed - frustrated - cast his hats - apes also tossed the hats - washed the hats - beanie vendors gathered the hats.

Then a chestnut dropped into a well - a thirstily goingat came to the well - chestnut took the goingat for a drinking with clean drinking fountain - the foolhardy goingat leapt into the well - chestnut tried to kick on the goat's back and jump off - promising to pull the goingat out afterwards - the goingat consented - the chestnut went away - foolhardy goingat was there.

hungrier chestnut saw a crows with a bit of flesh in his beaks. Fuchs thought of a scheme - praising the crows - the crows were listening - felt very lucky - Fuchs asked the crows to chant a tune - stupid crows very delighted - started singing - the tune of flesh dropped - Fuchs lifted up - ran away.

The other one was lying still - the other one was lying still - the teddy came closer and snuffed the cub - went away - the boyfriend was climbing down the trees - asked - what did the teddycock say to him - answered - " Don't confide in a fake one!

It was Robert Bruce - King - laying on the floor in a downcast disposition - unable to vanquish his foes - thought to give up the experiment - saw a spreader fall from the blanket - the blanket far away - asked himself how she would get there - the spreader dropped back again - again she tried - again she dropped - she made nine such experiments - no result - no result - climbed up again - finally she managed to reach the blanket - Bruce copied her example - he also tried it again - was successfull.

There was a canine with a slice of bones in his jaws - he crossed a stream - saw his mirror image - confused it with another canine with another slice of bones - fell down his bones to grab the other bones - morality.

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