Look at this sentence: -
At the farm Peter saw geese and cows and pigs and an old cart.
The sentence does not sound right; there are too many ands.
It should be more like this: -
At the farm Peter saw geese, cows, pigs and an old cart.
In your books, write out these sentences correctly. Take out
the extra ands and put in the commas.
- The packet contained red and blue and green and yellow felt
- At the top of the league were Liverpool and Manchester United
and Crewe Alexandra and Carlisle United.
- Violins and recorders and drums and guitars were all set out
in the music room.
- Britain is made up of England and Scotland and Wales and Northern
- The tube was full of purple and green and yellow and red Smarties.
- Tony had sandwiches and crisps and chocolate and cakes in
his packed lunch box.
- Helen had invited Chris and Terry and Fred and Bill and Charlie
and Gary to her birthday party.
- The children loved it at the zoo. They saw monkeys and hippos
and tigers and lions and a big polar bear.