Direct speech: walrus
Replace the action “as the mother heaved her massive body off the iceberg and into the frigid sea” with a suitable alternative.
Start or end the second sentence by telling the reader what the camerman, David Reichert, was doing as he said the words, “The conditions are perfect for filming walruses.”
See if you can include some of the descriptive words from the Word Wall to write your own scintillating sentence about David and his crew filming the mother walrus and her pup. Your sentence must include both direct speech and the actions of the speaker.
1) “I need to get out of the water quickly!” shouted David, as the mother heaved her massive body off the iceberg and into the frigid sea.
2) “The conditions are perfect for filming walruses.”