I have a sentence fragment I must make into a sentence:
Late August at the Los Angeles Zoo.
I use this sentence to begin a story. I really do not want to use “it is” though, because “it is” does not add new meaning. Any ideas?
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Use your fragment as the subject of an active sentence that adds action or flavor to your scene, for example:
"Late August at the Los Angeles Zoo stank of dead fish and tourist sweat."
(Note correction of the spelling of Los Angeles.)