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Many Questions

Examples:

Where is the treasure? The diamonds? The gold? The rubies?

What if it rained? It poured? It thundered? It became story?

How did I feel yesterday? This morning? Now?

Explanation:

A many questions sentence usually starts with one of these words:

WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW, WHAT IF.

It has one main question, then more questions about the same thing. These can be very effective if they get shorter and shorter. They can even just be one word. Remember the question mark.

This is a great sentence, but don't use it too often! It has most impact if used very rarely.


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