Narrative english homework. | English homework help

Narrative, as we learned from Del Gandio, is a helpful frame that allows people to share ideas by creating rhetorical situations where a speaker relates to an audience through the power of storytelling. How can you relate back the experience of the virtual journey you have taken? You can tell a vivid, detailed story written with great authority. This assignment asks you to:

The first sentence must be “It’s so embarassing to get lost in Rome.” 

  1. WRITE a 51 sentence narrative story starting from The Colosseum, Rome. I will provide you your first sentence, and the story will unfold from there, following the rules, in order: 
    1. Write a sentence that repeats one word, but no more than one, from your first sentence.
    2. Write a sentence that repeats one word, but no more than one, from your second sentence.
    3. Write a sentence that repeats one word, but no more than one, from your third sentence.
    4. Write a sentence that includes: a place name. 
    5. a list.
    6. a color and a name.
    7. more than thirty words. 
    8. less than ten words. 
    9. a colon. 
    10. a part of the body. 
    11. the conditional tense. 
    12. a first person pronoun. 
    13. a declarative clause. 
    14. quotation marks. 
    15. two declarative clauses. 
    16. three articles of clothing. 
    17. a simile. 
    18. any form of the word “try.”
    19. a geographical formation. 
    20. italics. 
    21. a dictionary definition. 
    22. a metaphor. 
    23. a parallel structure. 
    24. exactly twenty-nine words. 
    25. exactly seventeen words.
    26. exactly five words. 
    27. a comma and a semicolon. 
    28. the same words four times. 
    29. a second person pronoun. 
    30. a question mark. 
    31. reference to a past event. 
    32. a familial relationship. 
    33. parenthesis. 
    34. alliteration. 
    35. a paradox.
    36. exactly ten words.
    37. exactly twenty words. 
    38. exactly thirty words.
    39. exactly forty words. 
    40. exactly fifty words.
    41. a comma splice.
    42. an em dash or an en dash. 
    43. something seen.
    44. something tasted.
    45. something heard. 
    46. something touched. 
    47. something smelled. 
    48. a sentence with three clauses. 
    49. the future tense. 
    50. the present tense.
  2. FOOTNOTE each sentence with a small sentence explaining how you used the rule. This means explaining why you chose to execute the rule in the way you chose, not just describing the rule back to me. There will be 51 sentences and 50 footnotes.