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Direct Address (Ex # 1): from
Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children
by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall


1. Come along, my little John, I'm sure you must be hungry too.

 

2. Little John, go and search the Sheriff's saddle bags.
 

3. Young man, I don't like you at all.
 

4. Thank you, lady, I will not forget your kindness.
 

5. I believe you, sir, I believe you.
 

6. "Good morning, Little John," said Robin.
 

7. Master, master, I might have shot you.
 

8. Gently, my men, gently. Take him alive, take him alive.
 

9. Your errand must be evil if you cannot tell what it is. Fight then,

false knight.
 

10. "If you will not we must get some one else," said Robin. "Come

along, Friar Tuck."


Writing Exercise

Write a sentence that includes direct address.