Grandma's Special Soup

<<My Grandma makes amazing soup. We all think it's ADJECTIVE. She starts by frying up some NOUNS until they are ADJECTIVE. Then she adds some NOUNS, finely chopped. She usually adds some NOUNS, too, and some NOUNS, if she has any...>>

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adjective
plural noun
adjective
plural noun
plural noun
plural noun
past tense verb
liquid
verb
number
noun
adjective
adverb
adjective

Grandma's Special Soup


My Grandma makes amazing soup. We all think it's __________.

She starts by frying up some __________ until they are __________. Then she adds some __________, finely chopped. She usually adds some __________, too, and some __________, if she has any.

Once the main ingredients are nicely __________, she adds some __________ and a stock cube. The soup has to __________ for __________ minutes before she adds the secret ingredient, which is a large __________.

She serves this soup with __________ bread. We always eat it __________ because it is so __________.

Yummy!

Wanted

<<Police are searching for the notorious criminal, NAME, thought to be responsible for the recent VERBING of a NOUN. He has COLOUR eyes, long COLOUR hair and a distinctive NOUN on his BODY PART...>>

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name of someone in the room, first name and surname
verb ending in 'ing'
noun
colour
number
colour
colour
noun
body part
place
adjective
item of clothing
noun
noun
noun
past tense verb


Wanted


Police are searching for the notorious criminal, __________, thought to be responsible for the recent __________ of a __________.

Members of the public are urged not to approach this man.

He is described as being __________ skinned, __________ feet tall with a medium build. He has __________ eyes, long __________ hair and a distinctive __________ on his __________.

He was last seen in the __________ area wearing a __________ yellow __________ and carrying a large __________.

Police believe he may be hiding in a disused __________. He is potentially dangerous and could be carrying a __________.

If you think you have __________ this man, please call the police immediately.

Neighbourhood Gossip

<<You'll never guess who I saw when I was out for my NOUN today. It was Mr Jones from number five with his enormous NOUNS. I've never seen such big NOUNS. Edith from number 10 was VERBING them most enthusiastically...>>

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noun
plural noun
plural noun
verb ending in 'ing'
adjective
noun
verb ending in 'ing'
noun
plural noun
past-tense verb
noun
body part
adjective
noun
plural noun
verb

Neighbourhood Gossip



You'll never guess who I saw when I was out for my __________ today. It was Mr Jones from number five with his enormous __________. I've never seen such big __________. Edith from number 10 was __________ them most enthusiastically. It was quite __________, if you ask me.

That __________ that belongs to number eight was out, unsupervised again, __________ all over the place. If Mrs Smedley doesn't get her __________ under control, we shall have to do something about it.

Mrs Jackson's __________ were falling all over the path, as usual, causing havoc. They shall have to be __________.

I see Beryl at number five has got a new __________. I saw Mary from next door has her __________ on it. She was clearly rather __________.

And I overheard Joyce from number 32 telling her __________ about the nosey neighbour with the big __________ who is always poking them through the net curtains to __________ on the neighbours.

Oh. Wait. That's me.

Tidying My Room

<<I tidied my room today. It really was a NOUN. Mum said I had to do it Right Now or she would confiscate my NOUN. Since I can't live without my NOUN, I had to comply. I started with my PLURAL NOUNS...>>

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noun
noun
noun
plural noun
plural noun
adjective
noun
adjective
adjective
verb
plural noun
noun
noun
noun
number
adjective
adjective

Tidying My Room


I tidied my room today. It really was a __________. Mum said I had to do it Right Now or she would confiscate my __________. Since I can't live without my __________, I had to comply.

I started with my __________, which were covering the entire floor. I put some of my __________ in my drawer but it was kind of hard to decide what was clean and what was __________ so I dumped the rest in the __________. Mum gave me a __________ look but she didn't say anything.

My room was already starting to look quite __________.

Next I decided to __________ the surfaces. My __________ went back on the __________. Everything else fitted under the __________ if I squashed it in. You could hardly see it.

Beneath it all, I found my long-lost __________, from when I was about __________. I sat down to read all the __________ things I had written. My New Year's Resolution that year had been to keep my room __________. Oh well.

Out In All Weathers

<<When it is a pleasant day with an ADJECTIVE breeze, many people like to go for a NOUN ride. On hot days, the beach is an ADJECTIVE destination. You can swim, sunbathe, VERB sandcastles or VERB in rock pools.>>

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adjective
noun
adjective
verb
verb
plural noun
adjective
verb
adjective
noun
verb ending in 'ing'
noun
verb

Out In All Weathers


When it is a pleasant day with a _____ breeze, many people like to go for a _____ ride.

On hot days, the beach is a _____ destination. You can swim, sunbathe, _____ sandcastles or _____ in rock pools.

You don't have to stay in when it's raining. Young children like jumping in _____ and you can get some _____ shots with your camera.

If it snows, you can go sledging or _____ a snowman. You will need _____ clothing.

When there is a strong breeze, you can fly your _____ but take care walking or _____ in strong winds.

Other dangers caused by the weather include lightning or thin _____ on ponds but, generally speaking, healthy outdoor activity will help you _____ better at night.

Piano Lesson

<<Today my piano lesson was ADJECTIVE. My teacher was very ADJECTIVE. I had VERBED a lot, for once. My teacher, Tim, asked me to play my new NOUN, which I did, ADVERB, without any NOUNS.  >>

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adjective
adjective
past tense verb
noun
adverb
plural noun
exclamation
verb ending in 'ing'
noun
verb
plural length of time (eg seconds, hours, days)
body part
body part
body part
exclamation
past tense verb
adjective


Piano Lesson


Today my piano lesson was _____. My teacher was very _____. I had _____ a lot, for once. 

My teacher, Tim, asked me to play my new _____, which I did, _____, without any _____.

Tim was so surprised that he exclaimed, "_____!" which is an understandable response when you consider that I don't usually practise much. I usually prefer to rely on _____ for a few minutes before the lesson. 

Now, I have decided that I would like to be a professional _____ so that is going to require a lot of hard _____.

This week I have practised for at least two _____ every day. All this effort is making my _____ sore and I think it is making my _____ bigger.

When I played my piece, Tim's _____ dropped open and all he could say was, "_____!"

He could tell that I had _____ hard.

"With all this effort, you'll become a _____ musician in no time," he said.

Dear Diary

<<Today was a very ADJECTIVE day. Not only did I manage to VERB...It was so nice to VERB John in the VERB.>>>

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number
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noun
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adjective
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bodypart
noun
past tense verb
exclamation
food
food
number
verb ending in 'ing'


Dear Diary


Today was a very _____ day. Not only did I manage to _____ all my chores before _____ o'clock, I also managed to _____ my friend. It was so nice to _____ John in the _____.

John had a new _____ and it was really _____. He said I could play with it if I handled it _____.

At the park, John banged his _____ on the _____. He _____ around the park shouting, "_____!"

It was my favourite dinner: _____. And for pudding we had _____.

I didn't go to sleep until _____ o'clock because I was busy _____.

The Disappointing Barbecue

<<Today, we tried to have a barbecue but it didn't go very well. For a start, the weather was ADJECTIVE and it started to VERB. We tried to light the fire but it kept going out. There was a lot of NOUN but not much heat. Jeremy said his big NOUN ought to do the trick...>>

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adjective
verb
noun
noun
noun
plural noun
plural noun
adjective
noun
noun
liquid
adverb
adjective
noun
noun
adjective
adjective
adjective

The Disappointing Barbecue


Today, we tried to have a barbecue but it didn't go very well. For a start, the weather was _____ and it started to _____.

We tried to light the fire but it kept going out. There was a lot of _____ but not much heat. Jeremy said his big _____ ought to do the trick but even that was useless.

Tom brought some _____ to cook but he didn't bring any sausages. I really love _____ on the barbecue. I was disappointed about the lack of _____.

Hannah had made a salad but that was a bit _____. I mean, whoever heard of a salad containing only _____ and _____? She had smothered it in _____ but that really didn't help.

Oliver had made bread which he _____ presented as if it was the most wonderful thing ever but, in truth, it was _____. It had the texture of _____ and the taste of _____.

What with the _____ weather and the _____ food, this was not an experience I am keen to repeat.

I'll think _____ before trying that again.

The Greatest Story Ever Told

<<Once there was an ADJECTIVE princess who lived in an ADJECTIVE castle on top of a NOUN. She lived there alone because a wicked NOUN had banished her from her kingdom many years ago. "Oh how I wish I had a nice NOUN to play with...>>

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adjective
adjective
noun
noun
noun
adjective
animal
noun
verb ending in 'ed'
noun
noun
adjective
verb
noun
noun
noun
body part
body part
adjective
liquid
noun
plural noun

The Greatest Story Ever Told


Once there was a _____ princess who lived in a _____ castle on top of a _____. She lived there alone because a wicked _____ had banished her from her kingdom many years ago.

"Oh how I wish I had a nice _____ to play with," she said. But since she had been wishing this every day, and no-one had ever visited the castle, she assumed she was destined to remain alone.

And so it would have been, if it wasn't for Collin, a _____ knight, riding a majestic _____ and carrying his giant _____.

Collin was on his way to his friend's fancy dress party but the sat nav had accidentally _____ him to this mysterious woodland, whereupon he spied the ramshackle _____ on top of the hill.

"I bet there's a _____ in there," thought Collin. "She must be _____. I'll go and _____ her at once."

So he set off to climb the _____ and knock on the great _____ to the castle.

The princess was very excited to hear a knock at the _____ and she rushed to answer it. She hoped it wasn’t a parcel for a neighbour.

When the great door was thrown open, Collin and the princess came _____ to _____. It was love at first sight.

They sold the old castle and bought a _____ new apartment in the city. It had central heating, hot _____ and a state of the art _____.

Collin introduced the princess to all his _____ and she was never lonely again.

Army Training Basic Rules

<<Every morning you must get up at NUMBER o'clock. Put on your NOUN and eat your NOUN...>>

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number less than 13
noun
noun
noun
noun
adjective
verb ending in ing
person eg teacher, baker, parent
adverb
adverb

Army Training Basic Rules


1. Every morning you must get up at _____ o'clock.
2. Put on your _____ and eat your _____.
3. Collect your kit, which must include a _____ and a _____. Ensure that your rifle is _____.
4. After breakfast, report for _____ in the yard.
5. Do everything your _____ tells you, as _____ and _____ as possible.


The Unfortunate Lady

<<Once there was an ADJECTIVE lady who had enormous BODY PARTS. "All the better to VERB you with," she said. Unfortunately, they were a bit awkward because they wouldn't fit under her ITEM OF CLOTHING....>>

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adjective
plural body part
verb
item of clothing
adjective
noun
verb
noun

The Unfortunate Lady


Once there was a(n) ____ lady who had enormous _____.

"All the better to _____ you with," she said.

Unfortunately, they were a bit awkward because they wouldn't fit under her _____. They often stuck out and felt _____ so she decided to cover them with a _____. This meant that she could no longer _____ properly and she had to keep saying, "Pardon?" and asking to turn up the _____.

Letter From A Secret Admirer

<<Your BODYPARTS are so beautiful! When you smile, your BODYPART lights up. Will you meet me at the LOCATION...>>

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girl's name
plural body part
body part
location in the community (eg library, park, shop)
number below 12
body part
adjective
adjective
noun
plural noun
adjective
letter of the alphabet

A Letter From A Secret Admirer


Dear _____,

Your _____ are so beautiful! When you smile, your _____ lights up.

Will you meet me at the _____ at _____am? I will bring some food.

Your _____ is so _____! And your face is so _____!

When you come to meet me, please bring one _____ and lots of _____.

From your secret admirer,

_____ xx

Guinea Pigs

<<Guinea pigs make ADJECTIVE pets. They are cute and sociable with many ADJECTIVE habits. There are a few things you need to know before you get your first NOUNS as pets...>>

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adjective
adjective
plural noun
noun
adjective
noun
body part
adjective
plural noun
vegetable
food
adjective
verb
verb
plural noun

Guinea Pigs


Guinea pigs make _____ pets. They are cute and sociable with many _____ habits. There are a few things you need to know before you get your first _____ as pets.

1. They are herd animals who need to live with at least one _____.

2. They are a prey species so they feel most _____ when they have plenty of hiding places.

3. A major part of the guinea pigs' diet is _____. They must have constant access to plenty of hay. This helps to wear down their ever-growing _____ and also keeps their digestive system _____.

4. Guinea pigs also need to eat a selection of fresh _____ such as cucumber and _____. My guinea pigs' favourite food is _____.

Guinea pigs are very _____ pets. They will _____ and _____ towards you excitedly when they think it is time to be fed.

I think you will really enjoy having pet _____.

Beauty Advice

<<Magicrem is the ADJECTIVE new skincare solution. Do you long for an ADJECTIVE complexion that radiates NOUN? Apply Magicrem to your BODYPART three times every...>>

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adjective
adjective
noun
body part
length of time
adjective
body part
body part
plural noun
person in the room
body part
number
adjective
plural place
number
number
verb


Beauty Advice


Magicrem is the _____ new skincare solution.

Do you long for a _____ complexion that radiates _____? Apply Magicrem to your _____ three times every _____ for _____ results.

Use Magicrem under your _____ to reduce bagginess; use it on your _____ to increase firmness and apply it all over your face to reduce the appearance of _____.

Satisfied customer, _____, said, "I used Magicrem on my _____ for just _____ weeks and the results have been _____!"

Try is for yourself. Magicrem is available in all good _____, priced at only _____ dollars per _____ml bottle.

_____ it today!

How To Milk A Cow

<<Female cows have enormous BODYPARTS when they're full of LIQUID. Make sure you have a big enough NOUN...>>

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Plural bodypart
Liquid
Noun
Noun
Noun
Verb ending in ing
Body part
Body part
Verb
Liquid
Short phrase


How To Milk A Cow


Female cows have enormous _____ when they're full of _____. Make sure you have a big enough _____.

Position yourself on a _____ or upturned _____ beside the cow. Distract the cow by _____ her some grass at the _____ end.

Squeeze her _____ with a downward pulling motion so that the _____ squirts into the bucket.

Say _____ to the cow.