"2 Paragraphs About Sports With Possessive Nouns" Essays and Research Papers

  • 2 Paragraphs About Sports With Possessive Nouns

    LN-1.1.1: Nouns LN-1.1.1: NOUNS 1.1 Introduction to Nouns A noun is a part of speech that names a person, place, or thing. Many different kinds of nouns are used in the English language. Some are specific for people, places, events, and some represent groups or collections. Some nouns aren't even nouns; they're verbs acting like nouns in sentences. Nouns can be singular, referring to one thing, or plural, referring to more than one thing. Nouns can be possessive as well; possessive nouns indicate...

    Collective noun, English plural, Grammatical number 1783  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nouns and Pronouns

    ENG100 (Basic College Grammar) Lesson Handout # 1 NOUNSNouns are names given to persons, to the places they live and to the things (living/nonliving) that surround them. It can name things that can be seen as well as those that cannot be seen and touched (e.g. ideas, emotions and words pertaining to action, condition and qualities). Categories of Nouns Persons Jhomar, citizen, Sir JR Places beach, hotel, Europe Visible Things (living/nonliving) moose, tree, lightning Ideas freedom, religion, friendship...

    English personal pronouns, Grammar, Grammatical number 804  Words | 3  Pages

  • Possessive Adjectives

    ADJECTIVE An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun by describing, identifying, or quantifying words. An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies. In the following examples, the highlighted words are adjectives: The truck-shaped balloon floated over the treetops. Mrs. Morrison papered her kitchen walls with hideous wall paper. The small boat foundered on the wine dark sea. The coal mines are dark and dank. Many stores have already...

    Adjective, Noun, Noun phrase 1252  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pronoun and Pronouns Possessive Pronouns

    report has an huge error.” 2.The members had a meeting. “ The members has an important meeting,is early tomorrow.””Uh-huh” 3.The house will be painted. “Hello Peter, the many paint it had the most lively the house look. 4.The salesman reduced the price. “Hey” The friendly salesman finally reduced the price of the cable tv.” 5.The patient walked. “Eh! The silly patient walked soon they thought”. Part 2: Identifying Nouns and Classifying Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, and...

    Adjective, Grammatical number, Noun 512  Words | 2  Pages

  • Grammar - Noun

    NOUNS Nouns * We call nouns naming-words. They are the names of people, animals, places and things. Each person, animal, place and thing has a name. E.g. – woman, baby, cow, dog, sea, beach, table, cupboard etc. Countable and Uncountable nouns * Nouns which can be counted are called countable nouns. We use a, an, a few, several, many, some, plenty of, a lot of, a large number of with countable nouns. E.g. – many birds, a few cars, a lot of flowers, a large number of books, some...

    Collective noun, Grammatical number, Measure word 1368  Words | 7  Pages

  • Unit 2 - Parts of Speech

    WORKSHEET – UNIT 2 Task 1 - Write 5 examples of each of the following: Countable noun Dog Cat Animal Man Person Uncountable noun Music Art Love Happiness Advice Adjective Average Boiling Broad Ancient Brief Adverb Also Amazingly Always Ahead Angrily Preposition Past About Off Save With Verb Unite twist Untidy Rush Whirl Pronoun He Her Me Your They Infinitive (to + Infinitive) To sleep To eat To wash To love To hate ...

    Adjective, Adverb, Grammar 590  Words | 6  Pages

  • Pronouns Possessive Pronoun

    Assignment 01 Due date: 04 March 2013 Section B 1. Narrative and reflective 2. It’s a romantic love story. Because it’s about a man trying to win the heart of his love. 3. i) tenant – the writers friends (homeboys) and Mimmy stayed in the backrooms of the house. ii) intrigue – the writer was captivated by Mimmy. iii) audacity – the writer wanted to declare his feelings to Mimmy which was not an option. iv) oblivious – Mimmy was not phased by the comings and goings of others. ...

    Adjective, Friendship, Grammar 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • The lexical characteristics of English Sports News

    characteristics of English Sports News In modern society, a lot of people read sports news every day. After the investigation and statistical analysis of lexical density English sports news, It is useful for us to discuss some lexical features of English sports news. 2.1 Using brief and expressive vocabulary One of the distinguishing features of English sports news is using brief and expressive vocabulary (powerful word). Contrary to the long, complex words, the sports news prefers to use short...

    Asian Games, Doha, Lexicography 1001  Words | 4  Pages

  • Types Of Paragraphs

    Types of Paragraphs Types of Paragraphs There are three main types of paragraphs: 1. Narrative 2. Descriptive 3. Expository The Narrative Paragraph This type of paragraph describes one primary topic and narrates or tells its story This topic usually involves one main event, adventure, scene, or happening. Tips for Writing a Narrative Paragraph: 1. Start with a topic sentence that grabs the reader's attention. 2. Write events in the order in which they occurred. 3. Use plenty of interesting...

    Adjective, Cost, Paragraph 702  Words | 18  Pages

  • Noun

    NOUNS (名词) Common and Proper Nouns (普通名词和专有名词) 名词可以分为专有名词(Proper Nouns)和普通名词 (Common Nouns)。 专有名词是某(些)人,地方,机构等专有的名称。 普通名词是一类人或东西或是一个抽象概念的名词。普通名词又可分为下面四类:         1)个体名词(Individual Nouns):表示某类人或东西中的个体,如:gun。 2)集体名词(Collective Nouns):表示若干个个体组成的集合体,如:family。 3)物质名词(Material Nouns):表示无法分为个体的实物,如:air。 4)抽象名词(Abstract Nouns):表示动作、状态、品质、感情等抽象概念,如:work。 个体名词和集体名词可以用数目来计算,称为可数名词(Countable Nouns)。 物质名词和抽象名词一般无法用数目计算,称为不可数名词(Uncountable Nouns)。 归纳一下,名词的分类可以下图表示: 名词 专有名词 NOUNS Proper Nouns 普通名词...

    Capital letter, Grammatical number, Malaysia 625  Words | 3  Pages

  • Following Compound Nouns

    Question Mark     1.Expand the following compound nouns:1.Weather report.2.Hairpin bend.3.Rubber pad.4.Fast food Mr.JA/ENG 2 2.Write a paragraph comparing and contrasting mobile phone and landline. Mr.JA/ENG 16   Cause & Effect Expression  1.1. A nail has pierced the Tyre. The essential commodities have become costlier. 2. Safety precautions were not observed. There were many accidents in the factory. 3. Many prefer private vehicles for commutations. It is over crowding in public transport. 4...

    Compound, English compound, Following 2177  Words | 5  Pages

  • How to Write a Paragraph

    writing. Do not use too many paragraphs. If paragraphs are very short, the writer has either introduced ideas without developing them, or separated one idea over several paragraphs. If paragraphs are very long, there is usually more than one idea in the same paragraph. Poor paragraphing is considered poor style and will not get a good grade. As a general rule, a paragraph should use a minimum of three sentences to develop an idea. It is not common to see paragraphs of more than six sentences, although...

    Idea, Noun phrase, Paragraph 2118  Words | 7  Pages

  • Grammatical Number and Noun

    What is a Noun? A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea. Nouns are usually the first words which small children learn. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all nouns: Late last year our neighbours bought a goat. Portia White was an opera singer. The bus inspector looked at all the passengers' passes. According to Plutarch, the library at Alexandria was destroyed in 48 B.C. Philosophy is of little comfort to the starving. A noun can function...

    Collective noun, Count noun, Grammar 2156  Words | 7  Pages

  • Noun: Pronoun and Verb

    Parts of Speech Noun A noun is a naming word. It names a person, place, thing, idea, living creature, quality, or action. Examples: cowboy, theatre, box, thought, tree, kindness, arrival Verb A verb is a word which describes an action (doing something) or a state (being something). Examples: walk, talk, think, believe, live, like, want Adjective An adjective is a word that describes a noun. It tells you something about the noun. Examples: big, yellow, thin, amazing, beautiful, quick...

    Grammatical number, Grammatical tense, Noun 1443  Words | 6  Pages

  • Exam 2 Sports Marketing

    Exam 2 – Chapters 5-8 Due: 5pm on March 14 Please highlight the correct answer Section 1 - Multiple-Choice – 15 questions, each worth 1 point 1. According to the text, which of the following is the LEAST motivating of all the factors? a. economic value b. eustress c. entertainment d. diversion from everyday life e. need for affiliation 2. Which of the following would NOT be a demographic factor for game attendance? a. age b. gender c. occupation d. education e. All of the above are demographic...

    Brand, Brand management, Logo 937  Words | 4  Pages

  • Section 2 Multiple Paragraph

    Section 2- Multi-paragraph Are We Raising the Morally Illiterate Kids? We are raising morally illiterate kids? I am agreed with her thesis. This is the main thing she is telling in her thesis and also she has used many persuasive techniques like alliteration, point of view, emotional language, ironic situations etc very effectively. In today's world, most of the children are not aware of morally teachings. They are lack of them. They don’t know how to behave with elders, with their fellow students...

    Anecdote, Appeal to emotion, Moral 897  Words | 2  Pages

  • examples of classification paragraph about nursing

    PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT The English paragraph can be divided into three sections: INTRODUCTION, BODY, and CONCLUSION. The INTRODUCTION briefly states the content of the paragraph and enables a reader to establish his expectation of what is to come. THE BODY is the main part of the paragraph, which is developed sequentially. THE CONCLUSION, the writer summarizes what he has already discussed in the main part and finishes his presentation of the idea. The following paragraph is an example. Sample...

    New Testament, Paragraph, The Reader 2241  Words | 7  Pages

  • paragraph helper

    Paragraphs 1. Are paragraphs really necessary? Task 1 Read through the following un-paragraphed text entitled 'Coping with examination stress' in Macqueen, C (1998) Getting Ahead in Tertiary Study: A Practical Guide for Business, Social Science and Arts Students Sydney: UNSW Press p.4 Examination stress is most effectively managed through good preparation. If you allocate your preparation time so that you also maintain a healthy lifestyle, then your stress levels should be minimal. Remember...

    Failure, Paragraph, Pilcrow 2575  Words | 7  Pages

  • Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns

    Countable and Uncountable Nouns * Nouns can be countable or uncountable. * Countable nouns are the names of separate objects, people, etc. which we can count; they have singular and plural forms. e.g., one book two books a man some men * Uncountable nouns are the names of things which we do not see as separate, and which we cannot count; they do not have plural forms. e.g., milk rice weather * Countable Nouns can take singular or plural verbs This book is expensive. These books...

    Adjective, Collective noun, English plural 1430  Words | 5  Pages

  • Essay 2

     Traffic Jam: leaving work before rush time   III. Devise family budget   a. Identify you incomes and your outcomes  b.Put some money aside for emergencies. IV. Keep a healthy lifestyle   a. Practicing BE CONSISTENT: WITH OR WITHOUT –ING? sports on free time  b. Spend: Hobbies, travels and others    V. Conclusion  SPACE? BE CONSISTENT For this reason, we recommend focusing on time management, making and following a family budget, and keeping a healthy lifestyle. Nowadays one of the biggest problem in our life is stress ...

    Copula, Management, Object 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • NOUN CLASSES OF SILOZI

    A noun is a word used to refer to people, animals, objects, substances, states, events and feelings. In linguistics, the term noun class refers to a system of categorizing nouns. A noun may belong to a given class because of characteristic features of its referent, such as sex, animacy, shape, but counting a given noun among nouns of such or another class is often clearly conventional. This essay will therefore give detailed information on silozi noun classes within a cognitive semantics and socio-cultural...

    Bantu languages, Grammatical number, Grammatical person 2567  Words | 7  Pages

  • Process Paragraph

    Process Paragraph What is a process? A process is continuous series of steps that produces a result. When you write a process analysis paragraph, you explain how to do something or how something works. Therefore, there are two actual processes: directional process and informational process. In both cases process analysis explains the process by breaking it down into a fixed order of detailed steps. Your process analysis paragraph should: 1- have a title 2- begin with the introduction...

    Following, Grammar, Linguistics 1857  Words | 6  Pages

  • Grammar: Grammatical Tense and Nouns Possessive Nouns

    finishing | have/has finished | have/has been finishing | Past | finished | was/were finishing | had finished | had been finishing | Future | will finish | will be finishing | will have finished | will have been finishing | Things to remember about simple tense:      a. Present tense is the original verb form.      b. Past tense has a few patterns.      c. Future tense needs will (shall) + verb. run * I run a marathon this year. (present) * I ran a marathon last year. (past) ...

    Adjective, Grammatical number, Grammatical tense 1345  Words | 8  Pages

  • sociology of sport 2

    161-01 Sociology of Sport Spring 2015 Midterm assignment Joel Hernandez The basic definition of Sociology is the study of societies and how societies work, how people interact in societies, and how society and culture affect each other. I think that we talk a lot about sports in terms of what specifically happens during sports games. We talk about what sports do you like to play and watch but we don't always talk about what sports mean to us. Why do we watch sports? Why are sports important in societies...

    Gender, History of sport, Society 1148  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Test" written by Njabulo Ndebele and the New York Times 2005 World Cup Sports Report.

    by Njabulo Ndebele (1983). It is about a young boy called Thoba and its passion for playing street football with his friends, before he heads home. Text 1b) is a newspaper article (sports report) from the New York Times (2005) which treats the World Cup, a real event happening every four years. Both texts share the theme of football, however they approach this sport in a different manner: Text 1a) is about street football on a local scale while text 1b) is about professional football on an international...

    American football, Boy, BSC Young Boys 1481  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sports

    scussions of violence in sports, like discussions of deviance, are often connected with people’s ideas about the moral condition of society as a whole. When athletes engage in quasi-criminal violence on the fi eld or criminal violence off the fi eld, many people see it as evidence that the moral foundation of society is eroding. They fear that young people who look up to athletes as role models are learning a warped sense of morality. Statements about violence in sports are often confusing. Some people...

    Aggression, Anomie, Crime 2477  Words | 7  Pages

  • Paragraph Development

    Developing Unified and Coherent Paragraphs A paragraph is unified when every sentence develops the point made in the topic sentence. It must have a single focus and it must contain no irrelevant facts. Every sentence must contribute to the paragraph by explaining, exemplifying, or expanding the topic sentence. In order to determine whether a paragraph is well developed or not, ask yourself: "What main point am I trying to convey here?" (Topic sentence) and then "Does every sentence clearly relate...

    Predicate, Question, Sentence 1676  Words | 5  Pages

  • Manual On Paragraph Writing For Students

    IV. WRITING A PARAGRAPH Compiled by B.Jolamanova 1. DEFINITION/DIFFERENTIATION A paragraph is a basic unit of organization in writing in which a group of related sentences develops one main idea. Such sentences are usually linked by logical connectives. A paragraph can be as short as one sentence or as long as ten sentences. The paragraph should be long enough to develop the main idea clearly. A paragraph may stand by itself (i.e. to answer a test question). A paragraph may also be one part...

    Form of the Good, Paragraph, Writing 1986  Words | 7  Pages

  • Sport And The American Dream

    story, “Sport and the American Dream”, he is trying to show us that the sport America watches and plays, portrays America’s character as a nation. Since America goes from baseball to football we it shows us that we are becoming more violent. his comparisons of sports and war is says best how America changes as a country over the years. Back when baseball was Americas’ pastime to being a totally football country. When we were a baseball country, Americans were happier, not many cared about wars or...

    American football, Baseball, Batting 1414  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sport Agression

    Aggression in Sport Daniel L Wann The Lancet. London: Dec 2005. Vol. 366 pg. S31, 2 pgs 1. Although there are many positive aspects to sport participation - as a player or spectator - athletic events are also often allied with aggressive behaviour. Defined as the intention to physically, verbally, or psychologically harm someone who is motivated to avoid such treatment, aggression can be either hostile or instrumental. Hostile aggression refers to actions that are motivated by anger and that...

    Aggression, Anger, Relational aggression 1775  Words | 7  Pages

  • Cause and Effect Paragraphs

    In recent decades, cities have grown so large that now about 50% of the Earth's population lives in urban areas. There are several reasons for this occurrence. First, the increasing industrialization of the nineteenth century resulted in the creation of many factory jobs, which tended to be located in cities. These jobs, with their promise of a better material life, attracted many people from rural areas. Second, there were many schools established to educate the children of the new factory laborers...

    Adverbial, Causality, Clause 659  Words | 3  Pages

  • Paragraph: Food and Topic Sentence

    1. What is a paragraph? A paragraph is a group of sentences that all refer to the topic sentence. A paragraph is generally at least three sentences long, and should not, if at all possible, exceed half of a page. Transitions between paragraphs lend a fluid smoothness to the finished essay. http://essay-advice.papercheck.com/?p=15 2. What are the parts of a paragraph? There are three parts to a good paragraph. The Topic Sentence, the body, and the conclusion. The topic sentence, states the...

    Paragraph, Sugar, The Conclusion 870  Words | 3  Pages

  • 2 sports injury paper

    Phil Malvar Mr. Pires PAF30M 24 April 2014 Sport's Injuries: The Ankle Sprain Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Ankle sprain injuries are frequently caused by athletic activities that involve a rapid shifting movement when your foot is planted (figure 2). So what exactly is the ankle sprain? An ankle sprain happens when there is a stretching and tearing in an abnormal way of the ligaments surrounding the ankle joint. The ankle...

    Ankle, Foot, Human leg 1428  Words | 5  Pages

  • Category of Number of the Noun

    2. Category of Number of the Noun. Regular – one. Plural – more than one. Regular Plurals: 1. Nouns ending in vowels & voiced consonants - -s(bee-bees, dog-dogs, [z]) 2. Voiceless consonants - -s(book-books, [s]) 3. –s,-sh,-ss,-ch,-x,-z - -es (actress-actresses, [iz]) 4. –o: -es-hero-heroes. But: -os: after a vowel – bamboos, embryos, folios, kangaroos, radios, studios, zoos. In proper names – Romeos, Eskimos, Filipinos. In abbreviations - kilos, photos, pros(professional). Also: pianos...

    Adjective, English plural, Genitive case 1434  Words | 6  Pages

  • Information about The Sport, Tennis

    Tennis "I think about that sometimes – learning to play in a parking lot, stringing nets between cars. I learned to play by hitting against a brick wall, not a ball machine or other players. And my father was my coach – teaching me from a 20 year old book. When I hear people say that you can't make it in tennis if you don't have a lot of money, I know they are wrong. We didn't have much money. But I loved the sport and that was enough" Monica Seles is a great example of someone who didn't have...

    Tennis 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • English 5 DLP 20 Using Possessive Forms Of Plural Nouns

    5 English Module 20 Using Possessive Forms of Plural Nouns A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development To the Learner Hi! Here I am again to help you in your studies. In this lesson, you will learn to use the possessive form of plural nouns. Have fun doing the activities. Let’s Learn This Plural nouns have different ways to showing possession. This module will help you learn how plural nouns show possession. Let’s Try This Rewrite...

    English plural, Grammatical number, Plural 820  Words | 8  Pages

  • Sports

    Practicing a sport is much more than the sole act of pushing my body through exhaustion or using my skills to reach a goal. Many positive results come with participating in a sport. There aren’t too many negatives that can take place. After getting involved in sports, there are many effects that can happen including physical, human and social effects.  The first major effect of practicing a sport is that I will develop physical abilities. My body will be in better shape, and I’ll be able to achieve...

    Better, Exercise, Hypertension 1912  Words | 5  Pages

  • In The Introductory Paragraph To This Essay About Essays

    In the introductory paragraph to this essay about essays I will tell you that you don’t need an introductory paragraph, at least not of the 1) topic sentence 2) structural methodology 3) thesis statement varity that we were all taught in high school. What you do need is That Thing; maybe a question, a fear or a fury. It makes your blood boil. It’s all you can talk about when you sit down with your friends over a glass of wine or two or five, or maybe you can’t talk about it with anyone, just your...

    Education, Essay, Essays 1304  Words | 4  Pages

  • Causes of Spectator Violence in Sports

    Violence in Sports As a season ticket holder for all Philadelphia Phillies and Philadelphia Eagles home games, I’ve seen my fair share of spectator violence over the years. The fact that Philadelphia has a reputation of having some of the rowdiest fans in sports has given me the unfortunate ability to witness spectator violence right before my eyes. There are many different types of spectator violence, as well as many different causes for them. As spectators, we must not only think about the instant...

    Alcohol, Alcoholic beverage, Alcoholism 1591  Words | 5  Pages

  • Noun Phrases

    Noun Phrases Making a comparison of Noun Phrases between the Chapter 6.2 from '' English Sentence Analysis: An Introductory Course'' by M. & K. Sauter and Chapter 7 from '' Analysing Sentences: An Introduction to English Syntax'' by Noel Burton - Roberts, I can highlight several similarities and differences of the Noun Phrases. In both chapters the authors look into more detail at the internal structure of the Noun Phrase and the elements that can be found within the Noun Phrase. In...

    Adjective, Grammar, Noun 856  Words | 3  Pages

  • Is Cheerleading a Sport

    jumps, cheers and stunts to lead spectators or crowds to cheer on sports teams at games or to participate in competitions. Cheerleading began in 1898 at the University of Minnesota when a student named Johnny Campbell lead a football game crowd in cheering “Rah, Rah, Rah! Ski-U-Mah, Hoo-Rah! Hoo-Rah! Varsity! Varsity! Varsity! Minn-E-So-Tah!” It originally started as an all-male activity but since then has evolved into a competitive sport for both men and women. However, lots of people do not agree that...

    Cheering, Cheerleading, Debbie Does Dallas 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • Five Paragraph Essay About Nike

    Five-Paragraph Essay 4/2/2012 5th Hour Swoosh If you have ever had any Nike products you would understand the feeling I had the first time I tried on new Nike shoes and a dri fit shirt. For this reason, I believe Nike is the best sports brand for any athlete on and off of the court or field because of style, comfort, and performance. First, Nike clothing and shoes are always extremely comfortable. They are so highly renowned for their shoes being comfortable that many...

    American football, American football positions, Athletic shoe 1073  Words | 3  Pages

  • Introductory Paragraph: About Antony Gormley

    Stephanie Quick Quick 1 6th Hour English 2012 April 24 Introductory Paragraph: About Antony Gormley Everyone is curious by nature, constantly seeking answers to questions we may know nothing about. Our inquisitive minds leave us pondering the fact that some questions have a multitude of answers leaving us with only our own opinion on what is right. Antony Gormley had an endless amount of questions dealing with the human body. He asked questions such as, where do we begin and where do we end...

    Antony Gormley, Human body, New York City 1059  Words | 3  Pages

  • sport obermeyer

    Case: Sport Obermeyer Vijayakrishnan Krishnamurthy, Kara Maruszak, John Mulka University of Toledo BUAD 6600 July 4, 2014 Executive Summary Sport Obermeyer, Ltd. was founded by Klaus Obermeyer to provide U.S. skiers with the same protective and stylish clothing and equipment available in Germany. With a history of innovative new products and leading styles, Sport Obermeyer developed into a prominent competitor in the U.S...

    Arithmetic mean, Average, Capacity utilization 1254  Words | 5  Pages

  • About Type 2 Diabetes

    About type 2 diabetes Around 2.6 million people in the UK have been diagnosed with diabetes. About nine in 10 of these people have type 2 diabetes. It usually affects people over the age of 40, but can develop at any age. People of African-Caribbean or South Asian origin are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. It usually affects them earlier in life, from about the age of 25. Type 2 diabetes is becoming more common, particularly in children. Type 2 diabetes develops when your body can’t produce...

    Blood sugar, Blood tests, Diabetes 1441  Words | 5  Pages

  • about

    7/2/13 Evaluatng Health Information on the Internet - Human Nutrition_V7_SU13 Table of Contents Personal Application Activities Evaluatng Health Information on the Internet Evaluatng Health Information on the Internet Print Go to previous topic Go to next topic Evaluating Health Information on the Internet (200 word minimum) PUT YOUR NAME AND DATE AT THE TOP OF YOUR PAPER. Submit all of your answers on one document. Submit your assignment to the dropbox. The dropbox uses...

    HTML, Internet, Internet privacy 470  Words | 3  Pages

  • Classifications Of Paragraph

    Classifications of paragraph A classification paragraph begins a main idea and discusses the subcategories of that topic, comparing and contrasting them with each other. Following are some examples of classification paragraphs. Here are a couple of short classification paragraphs, in order to get you started with learning about how they should be formed and what they are. Remember: Classification paragraphs start with a main idea, using the rest of the paragraph to explain a series of secondary...

    Weight loss 2231  Words | 6  Pages

  • paragraphs and essays

    PAAGRAPH WHAT IS A PARAGRAPH? Paragraphs are the building blocks of papers. A paragraph is a group of sentences that develops one main idea. A paragraph may stand by itself as a complete piece of writing, or it may be a section of a longer piece of writing, such as an essay. No single rule can prescribe how long a paragraph should be the unity and coherence of ideas among sentences is what constitutes a paragraph, but a paragraph that is too short can make a reader think that some basic information...

    Essay, Essay mill, Essays 2554  Words | 7  Pages

  • Who Am I After 10 Years

    I. Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to: Cognitive: determine if a noun shows possession Affective: distinguish if a sentence shows joint or separate ownership Psychomotor: formulate sentences having joint and separate ownership II. Subject Matter: Topic: 1. Reading an article: “Magicians of the Flower World” 2. Language Integration: Possessive Nouns Reference: Across Borders through Language 6, pages 14-23 By: Pacita M. Gahol and Eugenia Gorgon ...

    Article, Grammar, Grammatical number 1308  Words | 7  Pages

  • Noun Phrases In English

    Running head: NOUN PHRASES IN ENGLISH AND VIETNAMESE A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF NOUN PHRASES IN ENGLISH AND VIETNAMESE Le Thi Hong Phuong University of Education English – Vietnamese Comparative Linguistics 2011 Instructor: Nguyen Ngoc Vu Class: 4A08 December 30, 2011 Abstract: Language is a complicated category. Only human beings can use language to express their ideas, concepts and feelings. The use of this tool is for the communication between the addresser and the addressee. There...

    Adjective, Grammar, Noun 3164  Words | 17  Pages

  • Paragraph Transitions

    Paragraphs represent the basic unit of composition: one idea, one paragraph. However, to present a clear, unified train of thought to your readers, you must make sure each paragraph follows the one before it and leads to the one after it through clear, logical transitions. Keep in mind that adequate transitions cannot simply be added to the essay without planning. Without a good reason for the sequence of your paragraphs, no transition will help you. Transitions can be made with particular words...

    Adjective, Cod fisheries, Paragraph 709  Words | 4  Pages

  • SOP in sports management

    course/workshop/seminar etc) How? (how has it helped you in your academics/profession and is there anything exceptional/out of the ordinary that you want to mention about it) Providing maximum detailed and accurate information will help us to produce better document. 1. Your Full Name _________________________________________________________________________ 2. Address ________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Contact Number _________________________________________________________________________...

    Extracurricular activity, Learning, Skill 957  Words | 7  Pages

  • Noun and Interview Don Ts

    1. True 2. False 3. True 4. True 5. False DETAILS Answer the questions. 1. By standing up straight and also looking other people in the eye 2. We give a message that it is a rather ordinary experience 3. It will make the listener more comfortable 4. Because it shows you are a good listener 5. By trying to use the person’s name frequently 6. Because it shows that we are too different A. Read the sentences from Reading 1. Write MI for the main idea of the paragraph. Write SD for...

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