PSLE English Composition Topics
Things to think about
- Who or what escaped?
- What was he/she/it escaping from?
- Why was he/she/it caught in the first place?
- How did he/she/it escape?
- What happens next?
A sample beginning
Here is an example starting paragraph to this essay to give you some ideas.. If you are stuck, please feel free to use this. However, we would rather you use your own beginning. It is always a
delight to read what is swmming around in someone else's imgination.
I had agreed to baby-sit vice-principle Santhi's cat while she was on holiday. Mrs Santhi was a children-hating spinster. Even her cat hated children. But Mrs Santhi loved her cat with as
much passion as she hated children which was quite a lot. She had named her cat, quite aptly Miss Cat. Every evening after school, I had to enter her house with the backdoor key and feed her
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