3) Form a Story

3) Rearrange the following sentences to form a story. the story will be five sentences long, but we have given you eight sentences to work with! Be alert, three sentences do not fit the storyline! Each sentence is given a number.
Once you have found the correct order in which the sentences should go, type the sentence numbers in the correct order to unlock the next level.

FOR EXAMPLE:
a. My name is Peter.
b. Hello!
c. It is a nice school.
d. I go to school at Townsville Primary School.

The correct arrangement is:
b. Hello!
a. My name is Peter.
d. I go to school at Townsville Primary School.
c. It is a nice school.

Now, look at the answers in red!

Easy! Your answer to unlock the level is: badc!

Now you try!

a. Abraham should have realized that school is more important than watching television.
b. He felt extremely awake.
c. Abraham could not stay awake in class today.
d. He enjoyed the match, but he could not pay attention in school.
e. The World Cup Finals was on, he really wanted to watch it!
f. That was because he was up late last night watching television.
g. He felt extremely sleepy.
h. He understood what was going on in class today.

Good Luck!

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