I need a six to eight sentence paragraph?

To help me know how my paragraph on Rome has to be constructed


just need an example on and 11 th grade six - eight sentence paragraph

It will be on Julius Cesar I already have it started but need any paragraph on 6-8 sentences to compare it to.

And i can not research at library cause the teacher only whant you to reserach online and i can hardly find anythin on six-eight sentences.

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Rome is a city in the country of Italy. Italy is part of Europe and makes good pasta. The country is also shaped like a boot in case you want to find it on a map. In Italy people eat a lot of spagetti and other forms of pasta usually with sauce. I like Italy because it has a leaning tower. This leaning tower is in Pisa and is called the leaning tower of Pisa. When I get older and start doing my own homework, I would like to travel there.

    There you go!

  • 1 decade ago

    Begin your paragraph with your topic sentence. Then

    write the next sentences using supporting details

    about your topic. Close the paragraph with a

    summary sentence. Good luck.

  • 1 decade ago

    look up some info on your subject on the net or at your public/school library. it's not that hard to research---or to make a 6-8 sentence paragraph, that is if you know your info, it's not hard. so i suggest you go out and research your subject.

  • 1 decade ago

    How to write an INFORMATIONAL paragraph (sounds like the type you need):


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  • 1 decade ago

    OK.. write it out here and ask us to critique it, but the bottom line is that YOU need to do your own homework.

  • 1 decade ago

    well if you REALLY need help, copy and paste from an Internet site

  • 1 decade ago

    Who, what, when, where and how ALWAYS works...no matter what order you put them in.

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm not going to write it for you....

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