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What’s special about each of these sentences? It's different for each sentence.

Easy:

  1. A bad chef, mad like a jackal, made a damaged, half-baked milk cake a mile high.

  2. Tomorrow we’ll see pretty yellow buttercups scattered across sunny green hills.

  3. Your woozy son stoops to put your toy ox up onto your toy zoo.

Hard:

  1. A beefy chimp hops by, almost billowy in his loopy effort.

  2. A nightclub academic stayed late, off dancing with Miami DJ funk.

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Easy:

1) All letters are in the first half of the alphabet (A-M).
2) Each of the words includes a doubled letter (tomoRRow, etc.)
3) All letters are in the second half of the alphabet (N-Z).

Hard:

1) The letters in each word are in alphabetical order.
2) The last letters of the words are A, B, C, etc.

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