Voyages in English 2018 Gr. 5 Practice Bk

© Loyola Press. Voyages in English Grade 5 Name Date L E S S O N 134 • Chapter 1 For additional help, review pages 224–227 in your textbook or visit Using different kinds of sentences makes writing more interesting. To add sentence variety to your writing, use questions, exclamations, and different word order in sentences. Rewrite each sentence as a question. 1. I wanted to see a star shoot across the sky. 2. I’ve always wanted to go camping in Yosemite. 3. I remember the first time I hiked Mt. Adams with my family. Rewrite each sentence as an exclamation. 4. It’s dangerous to swim if there’s no lifeguard on duty. 5. The Grand Canyon is an amazing sight. 6. Babysitting my younger sister can be a challenge. Rewrite each sentence, changing the order of the words to make the sentence more interesting. 7. Terrance jumped after he heard the crash. 8. We managed to tie off the rope with incredible speed. 9. Knowing the right codes and passwords is the key to playing the game. 10. Nobody knew what to do next when the door suddenly slammed shut. 3 Sentence Variety