Conclusions drawn from the text RL.6.1 Practice Question Grade 6 English Language and Arts Skill Builder + CMAS Assessment Rehearsal

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The sky was dark and overcast. It had been raining all night long and there was no sign of it stopping. I thought that my Sunday would be ruined. As it poured outside, I settled down by the window to watch the rain. The park opposite my house looked even more green and fresh than usual. The branches of the tall trees swayed so hard in the strong wind that I thought they would break. A few children were splashing about in the mud puddles and having a wonderful time. I wished I could join them too! There were very few people out on the road and those who were hurried on their way, wrapped in raincoats and carrying umbrellas.
My mother announced that lunch was ready. It was piping hot and very welcoming in the damp weather. We spent the afternoon listening to music and to the downpour outside.
In the evening we chatted and made paper boats that we meant to sail in the stream of water outside. It was not a bad day after all!
And this was the most imaginative story I was able to make up in a long time!!

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