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Google Vidéos MoreEven more from Google Sign in Videos Privacy Terms Settings Advertising Business About flashmobELT Here is one of my favourite activities to practise writing stories (an important exam skill and just a fun thing to do!): Each student has a slip of paper and needs to write the first sentence of the sory. Two rules: it should something more exciting than "Once upon a time..." - something dramatic or unusual or funny, and it has to introduce the main hero (so "it was a lovely Saturday evening" won't go either).