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Situation 1

SENTENCES [Describe the same thing in 5 different ways]

  1. I saw that she was scrolling through the videos on her tablet.
  2. She’s debating which movie she should watch today.
  3. The woman is trying to decide which show she wants to binge-watch today.
  4. None of the movie titles caught her attention.
  5. She finally found a show that looked intriguing.

Situation 2

SENTENCES [Describe the same thing in 5 different ways]

  1. The young man was contemplating his next move.
  2. He couldn’t make up his mind about the job offer.
  3. He was feeling a bit overwhelmed because he had so many options.
  4. His boss told him that it was a pressing matter, so he was trying to figure out the best solution.
  5. I could see that he was racking his brain trying to figure out what caused the problem.

Situation 3

SENTENCES [Describe the same thing in 5 different ways]

  1. The ice-cold water sent chills up his spine when he jumped in.
  2. The two boys wanted to cool off, so they jumped right into the water.
  3. They jumped in as if they didn’t have a care in the world.
  4. He let out a loud shriek as he jumped into the water.
  5. The boys realized how strong the current was when they jumped into the water.

Situation 4

SENTENCES [Describe the same thing in 5 different ways]

  1. The two lovebirds looked amazing on their wedding day.
  2. They looked like two peas in a pod.
  3. His love for her was written all over his face.
  4. No one could deny how much they loved each other.
  5. They gazed longingly into each other’s eyes.

Situation 5

SENTENCES [Describe the same thing in 5 different ways]

  1. They were about to throw down.
  2. Everyone was looking forward to diving into the delicious meal.
  3. The children loved to eat their grandmother’s scrumptious food.
  4. The little girl said that she was going to devour all of her food.
  5. The woman was trying to serve her husband some of the fruit.
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