A jumbled sentence

INSTRUCTIONS: Unscramble the list below to produce a Winston Churchill sentence on the subject of the English sentence. (The ellipsis after “sentence” indicates that I’ve removed some words from the original.)

After you’ve finished, write the complete sentence on a piece of paper. Try to write the whole sentence from memory. If you can’t write the complete sentence by heart, write the complete subject and the complete predicate from memory.

_____ of the ordinary
_____ is
_____ British sentence…
_____ a noble thing
_____ the essential structure


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