1. YOU FIND THE STORY WHAT YOU LOOK AT SURROUND

Example: I look at a man walking with his daughter in the market near my house. I tell the story from my angle to a little girl who brings the basket beside the man. I write what I see and think about her and her father. I give my opinion what they buy all stuffs for. What I use is present tense in grammatical term for my writing. I give two choices for taking the right or wrong in my sample below. I hope that you choose it one right.

 

MITHA (GOES/GO) HOME FROM MARKET WITH HER DADDY. SHE (BRING/BRINGS) MORE STUFFS ON HER ARM. SHE (HAS/HAVE) A HEAVY BURDEN. NOW SHE (HELPS/HELP) HER FATHER TO BUY VEGETABLES AND INGREDIENTS FOR THEIR LITTLE RESTAURANT.  

Note: when you want to tell something past, you just change the verb in the bracket above to be a past verb.

MITHA (WENT/GOES) HOME FROM MARKET WITH HER DADDY. SHE (BROUGHT/BRINGS) MORE STUFFS ON HER ARM. SHE (HAS/HAD) A HEAVY BURDEN. NOW SHE (HELPS/HELPED) HER FATHER TO BUY VEGETABLES AND INGREDIENTS FOR THEIR LITTLE RESTAURANT. 

 2. YOU FIND THE WORDS YOU LIKE FROM LOOKING AT YOUR DICTIONARY

Example: In the dictionary, I look at so many words which have the same meaning when I want to write a story from I see in surround at me. In the first time, I don’t care to use the correct words usually about the verb. I just choose what I like to deliver my opinion.

There are words mean “mengambil” in the dictionary, that are “bring, take, carry, etc” so I use “take” after all I find what the meaning is about them especially “take”. When I feel I’ll love it in order that I use it for my story.

Such all words what you want to utilize to chain the story are those. If you begin to continue your English Story, you can taste the amazing zone to find some nice words for your story. 

 MITHA AND HER FATHER (TAKE/TAKES) THE WEIGHT BASKET FROM THE MARKET. MANY THINGS THEY (BUY/BUYS) FROM IT SUCH AS VEGETABLES AND INGREDIENTS WHICH THEY WILL (MAKE/MAKES) SOME MEALS. THEY (RIDE/RIDES) THEIR MOTORCYCLE TO GO HOME FROM THE MARKET. IN MITHA LEFT ARM, WE CAN (LOOK/LOOKS) AT THE BASKET FULL OF VEGETABLES; SPINACHES, CABBAGES, BROKOLIS, TOMATTOS, CUCUMBERS, ONIONS, GARLICS, EXECTERA. IN FRONT OF HER FATHER, ANOTHER STUFFS LOOK FULL TILL HIS NECK HIS ARM (HOLD/HOLDS).

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