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Grammar Lesson. American Literature Gallin/Fisco 12/17/12. Combine these words into one sentence!. Christmas borrowed holiday a was. “Christmas was a borrowed holiday.”. Now add this phrase to our sentence: when I was a child. Possible answers.

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grammar lesson

Grammar Lesson

American Literature

Gallin/Fisco

12/17/12

combine these words into one sentence
Combine these words into one sentence!
  • Christmas
  • borrowed
  • holiday
  • a
  • was
christmas was a borrowed holiday
“Christmas was a borrowed holiday.”

Now add this phrase to our sentence:

  • when I was a child
possible answers
Possible answers
  • “When I was a child, Christmas was a borrowed holiday.” (Rosenberg, 149)
  • “Christmas was a borrowed holiday when I was a child.”
now c ombine these phrases into one sentence
Now combine these phrases into one sentence.
  • to admire our Christian neighbors’ lights
  • we drove in slow, loopy circles
  • on December evenings
possible answers1
Possible answers
  • “We drove in slow, loopy circles on December evenings to admire our Christian neighbors’ lights.” (Rosenberg, 149)
  • “On December evenings, we drove in slow, loopy circles to admire our Christian neighbors’ lights.”
  • “We drove in slow, loopy circles to admire our Christian neighbors’ lights on December evenings.”
bonus challenge
Bonus challenge!

Combine these phrases into one sentence:

  • and clung to a baggy pouch
  • I sat in the back seat
  • that had torn loose
  • my breath fogging the car window
  • of green leather upholstery
  • but which I believed had been placed there
  • who understood about children and automobiles
  • from the back of the seat
  • by some genius
a little hint
A little hint…

Try combining the clauses in this order:

  • I sat in the back seat
  • my breath fogging the car window
  • and clung to a baggy pouch
  • of green leather upholstery
  • that had torn loose
  • from the back of the seat
  • but which I believed had been placed there
  • by some genius
  • who understood about children and automobiles
one answer
One answer

“I sat in the back seat, my breath fogging the car window, and clung to a baggy pouch of green leather upholstery that had torn loose from the back of the seat, but which I believed had been placed there by some genius who understood about children and automobiles.” (Rosenberg, 148)

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