Narrative Writing – Picture Stories 2
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Observe the picture and select the words from the list below to help you complete the sentence.
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SAM AND HARRY
One fine afternoon, Sam was walking home from school. He went along slowly, . Sam had spent all his for the book, but he was a happy boy. At length he came into the highroad, where there was a gate. A blind man stood, holding it open.
The poor man said, “Please give me a few cents to !” But Sam gave him nothing. So Sam walked on, (feeling) very . Soon after, a fine carriage came up, and in it were Harry and his mother.
The blind man stood, and held out his . “Let us give the poor man something,” said Harry to his mother. His mother gave him some cents. Harry took them, but did not put them into the man’s . He threw them into the as far as he could. The poor man could not , for, you know, he was blind.
Sam had turned back to look at the fine carriage. He saw Harry throw the cents into the ; so he came back at once, and until he found it all for the blind man. This took so long a time, that he almost .