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Book " The Hungrer Games" Sentences : Simple , Compound and

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Transcript of Book " The Hungrer Games" Sentences : Simple , Compound and

A simple sentence, contains a subject and a verb, and it expresses a complete thought. Example:
1. My mother was very beautiful.
2. I needed was another mouth to feed.
3. I had to let him stay.
4. My mother got rid of the vermin.
5. He has stopped hissing at me.
6. I swing my legs off the bed.
7. I pull on trousers.
8. I put the cheese carefully in my pocket.
9. I always take a moment to listen carefully for the hum that means the fence is live.
10. I flatten out on my belly.
11. I retrieve a bow.
12. My father knew.
13. I still wake up screaming for him to run.
14. I keep well hidden in the woods.
15. My father could have made good money selling them.
16. I was younger.
17. I understood this would only lead us to more trouble.
18. I make most of my money.
19. I am less pleasant.
20. I climb the hills to our place, a rock ledge overlooking a valley.

Simple Sentences
Complex Sentences
-When we finish our business at the market, we go to the back door of the mayor’s house to sell half the strawberries.
-When I wake up, the other side of the bed is cold.
-When I was younger, I scared my mother to death.
-When they came up with a more efficient system that transported the coal directly from the mines to the trains, the Hob gradually took over the space.
-When we finish our business at the market, we go to the back door of the mayor’s house to sell half the strawberries
-The anguish I always feel ,when she’s in pain wells up in my chest and threatens to register on my face.
-Latecomers are directed to the adjacent streets, where they can watch the event on screens as it’s televised live by the state
-Whenever words they use, the real message is clear.
-Whether they’re Seam or merchant, if they will break down and weep.
-I hug her, because I know these next few hours will be terrible for her.

Compound Sentences
Sentences: Simple, Compound and Complex...
Book " The Hunger Games"
-Even though it was years ago, I think he still remembers how I tried to drown him in a bucket ,when Prim brought him home.

-But Prim begged so hard, cried even, I had to let him stay.

-Sometimes, when I clean a kill, I feed Buttercup the entrails.

-When I was younger, I scared my mother to death, the things I would blurt out about District 12, about the people who rule our country, Panem, from the far-off city called the Capitol.

-So now, at the age of sixteen, my name will be in the reaping twenty times.

-You can see why someone like Madge, who has never been at risk of needing a tessera, can set him off.

-We decide to save the strawberries and bakery bread for this evening’s meal, to make it special, we say.

-Twelve- toeighteen-year-olds are herded intoroped areas marked off by ages, the oldest in the front, the young ones, like Prim, towards the back.

-But there are others, too, who have no one they love at stake, or who no longer care, who slip among the crowd, taking bets on the two kids whose names will be drawn.

-Odds are given on their ages, whether they’re Seam or merchant, if they will break down and weep.

-. I turn and see a Gale has lifted Prim of the ground and she is trashing in his arms.
- I steel myself and climb the steps.
- The sky still dark, but I can feel the first sings of dawn approaching.
- I see a spark and as small fire begin to bloom.
- A pair of hands warms over flames, but I can’t move.
- I wonder if the victim is Rue but quickly dismiss the thought.
- The sun rises in the sky and even thought the canopy it seems overly bright.
- In a matter of minutes my throat and nose are burning.
- My shoulder relaxes and I grind.
- I turn and head back to the stream.


-I turn and see Gale has lifted Prim off the ground.
-Haymitch is whisked away on a stretcher , and Effie is trying to get the ball rolling again.
-The ovens were in the back, and a golden glow spilled out the open kitchen door.
-Gale will get her the herbs she doesn´t grow herself, but she most be very careful.
-He pulls a white paper package from his jacket pocket and holds it out to me.
-Pretty clever, the way she played i , but this seems and odd stategy for Petta.
-His face puffy and red from the previous day´s indulgences.
-My mother loves coffee, which we could almost never afford, but it only tastes bitter.
On the other side of the dome, they´ve built a garden with flowers and beautiful potted trees.
-Cinna as soon as he took his place, but even his presence cannot relax me.


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