Thursday, June 11, 2009

silly sentence

Sometimes a kid turns in a sentence that's so right gramatically, but just so weird.

Like this one for several:

"The mouse next to the dog has several scary eyes so no one wants to go pet the dog."

The thing is, making a correct sentence that long with several clauses is really hard for them.

1 comment:

Tom Kuo said...

Yeah... That happens to me often too. My English teachers always tell me to simplize my sentences, but I just cann't use a proper word or phrase to express what I want to say. What should I do? Is reading more texts written by English speakers the best way? ^.^