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Vivid Verbs

Vivid Verbs make your writing more exciting. Jack gives great examples of how vivid verbs can add a little spice to your writing and make it much more colorful and exciting. Learning to add detail to your writing starts with choosing vivid verbs. This song is perfect for students who are learning to add detail to their writing. Lyrics are below the video.

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Vivid verbs make your writing more fun
Vivid verbs can be used by everyone
Vivid verbs choose the best one for your writing
Vivid verbs make your writing more exciting!
You can use the the word run
Or make your writing more exciting
Use a vivid verb like
Dart
Dash
Bolt
Rocket
Gallop
Zoom
Spring

You can use the the word eat
Or make your writing more exciting
Use a vivid verb like
Gobble
Chomp
Nibble
Inhale
Devour
Demolish

You can use the the word jump
Or make your writing more exciting
Use a vivid verb like
Bounce
Leap
Vault
Somersault
Spring
Leapfrog
Bound

Vivid verbs make your writing more fun
Vivid verbs can be used by everyone
Vivid verbs choose the best one for your writing
Vivid verbs make your writing more exciting!

You can use the the word cry
Or make your writing more exciting
Use a vivid verb like
Weep
Bawl
Sob
Snivel
Whimper
Screech
Blubber

You can use the the word dance
Or make your writing more exciting
Use a vivid verb like
Boogie
Jive
Shimmy
Spin
Swat
Twist
Wiggle

Vivid verbs make your writing more fun
Vivid verbs can be used by everyone
Vivid verbs choose the best one for your writing
Vivid verbs make your writing more exciting!
Make your writing more exciting!
Make your writing more exciting!

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