Who is the man in the park? What has happened to him?
What do you think he is hoping for? What is significant about the flowers?
What colour is winter? What colour is summer?
Is there more happiness or sadness in the world?
Imagine what the park looks like in the summer. Draw or write down what you have imagined.
The flowers gave him hope.
Sitting there in the frost-covered park, with snowflakes gently falling from the cold, October sky, he reflected upon the events of the past few days. Despite everything, he still had hope for the future.
Independent clauses can be simple sentences on their own.
Can you use a semi-colon to mark the boundary between independent clauses?
E.g. The park was incredibly beautiful; a white, glistening blanket of frost covered the ground.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The man sat on the bench. He held the flowers in his hands.