Creating a story opening
In this lesson, we'll look at how we start a story. We're going to closely look at how we might use subordinate clauses at the start of a story to hook a reader and provide lots of information. Then, you'll get to write the opening to your own story!
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Lesson summary: Creating a story opening
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