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IntroductionLogic PatternsNumber PatternsWord Patterns
 
   
 

The syntax, or word order, of a sentence is something you might take for granted. But the way we construct sentences is important, and our constructions often follow a pattern. Here's your chance to see how.

The colors listed in each of the boxes below represent a different part of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc. Your goal is to figure out what the colors represent and what sentences, or word patterns, you can make with them.

To start, select a color in at least two boxes. When you are done, press Make My Sentence.

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