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Who says grabbers are only for narratives? Some of the best expository pieces start out with sentences that capture the reader’s attention.
Rhetorical Question • “Aren’t you a little young to be building a rollercoaster?”
Dialogue • “Touchdown!” The Allen Eagles won the state championship again!”
Mystery Statement • “Deep down in the ocean lurked a dangerous killing machine!”
Shocking Statement • “Chuck Norris, the guardian of Earth, is going to be our substitute teacher tomorrow!”
Humorous Statement • “I wonder why teenagers can sometimes get into more trouble than a bunch of monkeys on the loose!”
Onomatopoeia • “Crash! Ka-blam! Car wrecks can happen at any speed, so it is important to wear a seatbelt at all times!”
Personal Opinion • “In my opinion, reading is more fun than going to the mall or playing video games.”
Strong Persuasive Argument • “Every student who cares about the future of the Book Club should vote for NehaKaisani as our new club president.” VOTE 4 NEHA! Not this clown!