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Old 10-16-2012   #1
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K I got an idea, we stop the word marathon for a little while and we should make the sentence on a page. So we should assign parts of it like I will get the firs 100 or something. Who's all in?
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I don't understand. Everyone will add parts to a sentence (i.e. subject, verb, noun, etc.)?
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i think he means everyone try to make a looong sentence each using one different word
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no i mean we write the sentence all out. like we put the whole word marathon and find out the big sentence. so the first 8 words of it are: im going to the coldest circular bug ever.
so we write the whole thing out as one HUGE sentence
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