Use the details in the following passage to add sensory details. Observe the use of personification in the story.
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Use the adjectives and adverbs from the box below to add the sensory details in the passage below. Type your answer in the space provided.
broad cold dark empty grey hiding hit irritating loudly main old black pretty rocking silent snickered stony slowly small terrible ticking throbbing wet yellow young
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It was a , day. The sun was behind the clouds. Mr. Monroe had a headache. He grumbled to himself and held on to a cup of coffee. Out on the porch, he sat waiting for his ride to work. The clock was ; he knew he would be late. Then suddenly a car drove up the driveway. The driver looked at the man and rudely honk the horn . The noise Mr. Monroe with such a force he almost fell of his chair. The man . He was about to heckle the man, but stopped himself . He noticed that the elderly Mr. Munro was not amused.
“Mr. Munroe, I presumed?” amused the young man with an grin.
“You better not be my driver today,” responded Mr. Monroe. “You are annoying!” The young man looked hurt, but quickly recovered his senses and annoying wit.
“Only the best you could find man,” said the man. “I will wait for you. That’s a lunch kit you got there, man.” Mr. Monroe looked to the heavens hopefully. He said a prayer as he put down the cup. It now had a ring around its mouth. Mr. Monroe hardly sat down in the back seat, the driver turned the car around and speed out into the road. Mr. Monroe’s forehead was by now mercilessly.