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Common Core Standard W.4.1c Questions

Link opinion and reasons using words and phrases (e.g., for instance, in order to, in addition).

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Grade 3 Opinion Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.3.1c, W.4.1c, W.5.1c
I am writing to complain about my recent purchase. I purchased a box of your Strawberry Chews. Your company is called the Chewiest, Berriest Candy Company. You promise to have the chewiest and most berry-flavored candy around. However, when I opened the box and took a bite of the candy, it was neither chewy nor berry-flavored. Instead, my box was full of hard, lemon-flavored candies. As a customer, I was really hoping for a box of chewy strawberry candy as the name Strawberry Chews suggests. I was very disappointed.

Which two sentences show an example of the writer's use of a linking word to connect opinions and reasons?
  1. I am writing to complain about my recent purchase.
  2. I purchased a box of your Strawberry Chews.
  3. Your company is called the Chewiest, Berriest Candy Company.
  4. You promise to have the chewiest and most berry-flavored candy around.
  5. However, when I opened the box and took a bite of the candy, it was neither chewy nor berry-flavored.
  6. Instead, my box was full of hard, lemon-flavored candies.
  7. As a customer, I was really hoping for a box of chewy Strawberry candy as the name Strawberry Chews suggests.
  8. I was very disappointed.

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