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Sentence and Subject English Paper

cupboard, searching for the photograph. (c) Joint the following sentences to make one complete sentence without using and, but or so. (i) Sonia asked a riddle. I was unable to solve it. (ii) John helped Thomas. Thomas will always be grateful. (iii) Rajan is a great Cricketer. He is also popular. (iv) Adnan sang a wonderful song. It became a hit. [4] (d) Re-write the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes...

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First Two Sentences of Plato’s Apology

against accuses in the dialogue of Apology. In his own way, he organizes his statements together in the first two sentences of the dialogue. He expresses his opinions through the sentences; He shows his attitudes towards to the jury men; He also introduced that he would state how the accusers affected the jury men in a negative way. Socrates introduced his first topic by his first sentence, “I do not know,” . Socrates was the wisest man in ancient Greece at that time. “He asked if any man was wiser...

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Sentence and Answer Selected Answer

infamous Answer Selected Answer: c. Run on sentence . Question 2 .2 out of 2 points Correct When two independent clauses are glued together with nothing more than comma the result is a Answer comma splice. . Question 3 .2 out of 2 points Correct An dependent clause masquerading as s sentence is known as a Answer CorrectAnswer: a. fragment. . Question 4 .2 out of 2 points Correct When the elements of a sentence are put in series or a list and are the same...

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lesson plan in the 4 types of sentences

end of the lesson, 90% of the students must be able to do the following with 90% proficiency: 1. Define the four types of sentences 2. Identify the punctuation/s and the differences of the types of sentences 3. Construct sentences involving the four types of the sentences; and 4. Perform a short play using the four types of sentences. II. Subject Matter: Types of Sentences and their Punctuation/s References: Carleen S. Sedilla and Aracelli m. Villamin’s “Roads to Greatness”, p...

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Corruption: Sentence and Radio

The mob rushed onto the pavement, everyone seemed angry ______ everyone else. (viii) The old woman looked ________ the cupboard, searching for the photograph. (c ) Rewrite the following sentences after making necessary changes as directed or fill in the blank with a suitable word to make it a meaningful sentence. 4 (i) He said to his brother, “I go for a walk every morning.” (Change the speech) (ii) Tiger is the fastest animal in the world. (Use ‘faster’) (iii) The musician said to the sponsor...

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Punctuation: Sentence and Independent Clauses Example

ACT ENGLISH NOTES Punctuation Rules COMMAS Use when… Use a comma with a coordinating conjunction to separate independent clauses within a sentence. Example: Jenny sings in the choir, and she plays the guitar in a rock band. Use a comma to separate elements that introduce and modify a sentence. Example: Yesterday, I painted the entire garage. Use a comma before and after a parenthetical expression. Parenthetical expression – a phrase that is inserted into a writer’s train of thought Example:...

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How to Write: Topic Sentences and Supporting Paragraphs

Topic Sentences and Supporting Paragraphs Topic Sentences When you write, you form paragraphs. A paragraph is a group of sentences that relate in topic and thought. A paragraph generally consists of three to five sentences and usually begins with a topic sentence. A topic sentence is a general statement that announces what the paragraph is about. By starting a paragraph with a topic sentence, your audience can immediately identify your topic. This construction also helps you, the writer, stay...

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Life: Sentence and Quaint Old House

03.01 Vocabulary and the Multiple-Choice Test 1. Which of the following best describes the rhetorical function of the second sentence in the passage? (a) It makes an appeal to authority. (b) It restates the thesis of the passage. (c) It expresses the causal relationship between morality and writing style. (d) It provides a specific example for the preceding generalization. (e) It presents a misconception that the author will correct. I am not really confident on what the answer is....

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Review of Structure Sentence Transformation

REVIEW OF STRUCTURE SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION Model 1 : Because /as/ since + clause [pic]Because of/ due to/ owing to + noun/ V-ing Because she behaves well, everybody loves her [pic]Because of her good behaviour, everybody loves her Model 2 : although/ thought /even though + clause [pic]Despite /in spite of + Noun/ V-ing In spite of being tired, they stayed until they found out what happened [pic]Although they very tired, they …… Model 3 : too + adj (for sb) + to-inf [pic]So...

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Writing: Want and Paragraph Topic Sentence

essay which actually helps us to focus on our essay. Each of the body paragraphs introduce a topic in a sentence (topic sentence). The topic sentence also states an idea or an attitude about the topic (controlling idea). Then we need to write down some supporting details to support the main idea, elaboration to further describe, explain or discuss and construct a concluding sentence. (optional) As for the conclusion, we can just restate the main points, restate the thesis, giving advice...

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