This essay focuses on roses and many other flowers. them into 4 sentences, where you still capture the most important information. You might want to use sentence
Part 2] Now, I want you to look at those 8 ideas and combine them into 4 sentences, where you still capture the most important information. You might want to use sentence combining to make compound and complex sentences 🙂
Part 3] Look at one of your group mate’s work. Write 5 sentences to help them improve. Do you agree s/he answered the questions well? Did s/he capture the big ideas in the first 8 sentences? Did s/he miss anything? How did they do in putting those ideas together to make 4 sentences? Do you have any questions for him/her?
Did s/he do anything really well.This week, the UK has confirmed it plans to fortify non-wholemeal flour with folic acid. It’s not the first country to do so: the United States has been fortifying flour with folic acid since 1998. Most countries in South America and a number in Asia also have mandatory fortification programs. This graphic looks at the.Dahlias: the jewels of the late summer garden. Shades of red, yellow, orange, pink, with their petals forming intricate geometric structures. But, like roses and many other flowers, the dahlia spectrum is missing one colour: blue. So why are blue blooms so rare in nature?Radiation exposure – something you’d undoubtedly want to avoid. But we’re all exposed to low levels of background radiation all the time, and the majority of this comes from the ground beneath our feet. The latest edition of Periodic Graphics in Chemical & Engineering News looks at how radon is generated by radioactive decay