Simply A: one or two sentences per page. Each sentence can only contain:

subject verb object
Just a name or a noun not a pronoun Simple present tense

not is or are

Just a name or noun

not a pronoun

Or an adverb

Or a prepositional phrase

 

Examples (from Fishing for Love):

Emma goes to the supermarket.

Emma goes every day.

 

Simply B: three to four sentences per page. Each sentence can only contain:

subject verb object
Just a name or a noun not a pronoun simple present tense

is/are

has/have

Just a name or noun

not a pronoun

and/or an adverb

and/or a prepositional phrase

and/or an adjective

 

Emma goes to the supermarket today. Emma sees Dan.

“Dan is handsome,” Emma thinks.

 

Emma has a fat cat.

 

Simply C: three to four sentences per page. Each sentence can only contain:

subject verb object
A name, a noun or pronouns, but not ‘it’ simple present tense

Is/are;  has/have

Is/are + verb-ing

simple past tense

‘will’ for future

A name or noun or pronoun

and/or an adverb

and/or a prepositional phrase

and/or an adjective

 

These short clauses can be joined with ‘and’.

Questions are possible, but not with auxiliary ‘do’

 

Example:  “We will go to prison!” Jose says.