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Alliteration Challenge [Alliteration is the repetition of initial consonants]:

You can choose any consonant to start with (or add to this one). The end result must be a complete, grammatically correct sentence. You get one point for every correctly used alliterative word. You may use no more than three non-alliterative connecting words [articles, prepositions, conjunctions] at a time. One point is subtracted for every non-alliterative word. One point is subtracted for using the same alliterative word twice.


Five frigates floating in a fjord fired on a freighter ferrying forty forlorn folks from Figi foraging for fortunes found far foreword in foreign fields.

Alliterative word points = 20

Minus non alliterative words = 5

Minus repeated alliterative words = 0

Total points = 15


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