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    Can someone please help me with an opening line and storyline to the
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    Write a short story using the title "The Day I Learnt a Valuable Lesson"
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    It's always best to start with one word, then two words, then a complex sentence for the opening line to a narrative. This means the examiner can tick off 'use of structure' as in the first line you have shown them that you can use fragmented sentences.
    E.g:
    No.Not again. I didn't think that I would have to ever go through something like this again, and the worst part is; its all my fault.

    Your story could be about:
    Betrayal
    Trusting someone you knew you shouldn't have
    Cheating

    Hope that helped!
 
 
 
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