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Make up an alliterative headline for each of these newspaper reports.a)A man is attacked by a shark..b)The local library burns down..c)A cat is rescued from a tree by the fire brigade.

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    Here's a possibility for a).

    Shark shakes up man

    This site will help you make up headlines for the other two.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/alliteration

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    for a I v done..Sea Shore Shark Shock for b)Blimey!Burning Book Blaze for c)Fearless Fireman Find Feline in Foliage.

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    Wow! Those are great headlines! :-)

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