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  • sentences

    Sentence Combining Combine the sentences in each group below into one sentence‚ using subordination and coordination to eliminate repetition and redundancy so that the content is expressed clearly and concisely. Please place your completed worksheet in the appropriate dropbox. 1. The Globe Theatre was rebuilt. The new building was located in a disreputable borough. This borough was officially named The Clink It was famous for its profusion of brothels. It

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    Constructing Powerful Sentences And Paragraphs From: Hofmann A.H. Scientific Writing and Communication. GOAL: authors should guide and influence readers. 7. Establish importance. Word location within a sentence‚ if considered carefully‚ can help authors to guide and influence readers. The format and structure authors use to present information will lead the reader to interpret it as important or less important. To decide on the best placement of words within a sentence‚ it is crucial that

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  • Sentence or sentence fragments

    ENGLISH 7 Language NAME: _______________________YEAR AND SECTION: _________________DATE: _____________________ I. Decide whether each of the following word groups is a sentence or a sentence fragment. If the word group is a sentence‚ write S on the line provided. If it is a sentence fragment‚ write F. _________ 1. Taking a canoe trip in Canada. _________ 2. Sufficient food for a week’s journey. _________ 3. Others had camped there before us. _________ 4. Ashes indicated the

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  • Sentence

    2012 1. Sentence * A grammatical unit of one or more words thatexpresses an independent statement‚ question‚ request‚ command‚ exclamation‚ etc. * A group of words which expresses a complete and definite thought Kinds of Sentences * Declarative - A declarative sentence makes a statement. A declarative sentence ends with a period. Example: I am a student of Far Eastern University. * Interrogative - An interrogative sentence asks a question. An interrogative sentence ends with

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  • sentence activity

    4 Activity Title: Sentence Activity Introduction: A sentence is a grammatical unit consisting of one or more words that are grammatically linked. A sentence can include words grouped meaningfully to express a statement‚ question‚ exclamation‚ request‚ command or suggestion. As with all language expressions‚ sentences might contain function and content words and contain properties distinct to natural language‚ such as characteristic intonation and timing patterns. Sentences are generally characterized

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  • Sentence Skills

    Supplement Sentence Skills By Lisa Rowe Fraustino‚ Ph.D. About the Author Lisa Rowe Fraustino‚ Ph.D.‚ received her doctorate in English from the State University of New York at Binghamton. She is a college instructor and a freelance writer and editor. She has published many stories and articles in national magazines‚ and she has written two young adult novels‚ Grass and Sky and Ash‚ both published by Orchard Books. iii Preview Hockey teams can execute plays with effectiveness and precision

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  • Compound Sentences

    Mohamed Hatab‚Ibraheem Sattour‚Rahim Fazil‚Tarik Ahroui Simple sentences‚compound sentences‚complex sentences‚compound complex sentences Simple sentence:Contains a subject a predicate‚and expresses a complete thought Ex.Some students like to study in the morning Identify the subject and predicate in these simple sentences Ex.1 1.Bill and Bob auditioned for the lead role in the play. 2.The kittens were adopted by the family. 3.Peanut butter

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  • Following Sentences

    ______________________________________________________________________________ Student’s name : Test A Exercise 1. Put in semicolons‚ colons‚ dashes‚ quotation marks‚ Italics (use an underline)‚ and parentheses where ever they are needed in the following sentences. 1. The men in question Harold Keene‚ Jim Peterson‚ and Gerald Greene deserve awards. 2. Several countries participated in the airlift Italy‚ Belgium‚ France‚ and Luxembourg. 3. Only one course was open to us surrender‚ said the ex-major‚ and

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  • Sentence and Answer

    programs to gain points. 9. Why did Marcia advised John to rent a suite in a hotel? ANSWER: 10. Choose TRUE or FALSE. Marcia is still working in a travel agency. Question 2 Marks: 1 Choose the words/ phrases that best complete the sentence or question. Would you mind ___ with my luggage? Choose one answer. | a. giving me a hand | | | b. gave me a hand | | | c. give me a hand | | Question 3 Marks: 1 She changed her _______ blouse after the meal. It’s so dirty

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  • Sentence Patterns

    13 Sentence Patterns Pattern A A single modifier out of place for emphasis Modifier S.V To place additional emphasis on any modifier put it somewhere other than its normal place in the sentence. You must have a comma to keep reader from misinterpreting the sentence. Single words before‚ inside‚ or below may look like prepositions instead of singular adverb if comma is not used. Unclear: inside the child was noisy. Clear: inside‚ the child was noisy. Incorrect: Francesca

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