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English

Our English writing is based around the book King Kong by Anthony Browne. It is based on the story of the giant gorilla and his dramatic adventures including the rescue of a beautiful lady in distress and battles with dinosaurs, it ends with the iconic final moment on the Empire State Building.

We have written similes and metaphors about Kongs eyes, hands and jaw. Here are some examples:

His eyes are like flames, burning with raging anger. - Lee
His eyes are like burning magma, streaming violently. - Christopher
His eyes look like immense fire, burning with anger. - Stephanie
His eyes are like an eruption of volcanic lava. - Harry

His jaw is like a crocodile devouring it's prey. - Ethan 

We have written some fantastic expanded noun phrases using the images in the book (2a/4a sentences): 

The gloomy, swamp-like water sits besides the cold, mouldy rock. - Rocco 

The unfortunate beast, sits in tight, metal chains and he stares at his love one more time. - Rocco

Our last English topic we wrote newspaper reports, based on the book The London Eye Mystery. Here are some fantastic examples, have a read below:

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