Direct speech


Direct speech.


3-a) by describing weather, surroundings, people etc involving your senses

4- b) by using Direct Speech, bet taip pat juntamas ir d) with a dramatic sentence creating mystery or suspense;

 pour with rain,  float, rooftop, soaked, belongings,  fortunate, overflow, water rising

2. Where did the narrator go? He went to the office.

4. What was the problem? The nearby river was overflow pouring its mud into the hole building.

8. What were the narrator's feelings? He was feeling fortunate it to escape that flood and harmed.

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