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Good morning!

 

For today's learning, we are beginning to think of examples of VFP, which can be included in our persuasive letters to George Eustice. The video has some examples that can act as a starter, but we would love to see some more examples from you.

 

Beneath the video, there are some fronted adverbials that may help when creating your own examples.

As always, remember to upload your work onto Class Dojo, so that we can see how you are doing laugh

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The following fronted adverbials may help you in creating your own examples of VFP.

 

Veiled threat​

Should you decide not to act, then...​

If you are not able to do this, then...​

Flattery​

Someone as passionate about the environment as you...​

I have always admired the way...​

Presumption​

I am sure you will agree...​

I know you will make...

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