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Class Review EW2-060 Oct. 13, 2015

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    1. Class Review 111926 Sangwon Lee October, 1, 2015

    2. There are two keys to writing good descriptions : 1. Use space order to organize your description. 2. Use lots of descriptive details. important) Use Concise, specific sentences. Do not use vague, circular expression.

    3. Space order : writing about objects in the order of where they are located. Kinds of space order : * Top to bottom * far to near * Bottom to top * near to far * Right to left * outside to inside * Left to right * inside to outside

    4. Topic and Concluding Sentences For Descriptive Paragraghs The topic part of a topic sentence for a paragraph of description usually names person, place, or thing to be described. The controlling idea part usually gives a general impression(beautiful, neat, messy, interesting, unusual, crowded, busy, noisy, and so on. Here are some examples of topic sentences for paragraphs of description. Important) The concluding sentences of a description may repeat the idea stated in the topic sentence.

    5. Rules of comma 1. After transition signals and prepositional phrases at the beginning of a sentence(except then) 2. Before coordinating conjunctions in a compound sentence. 3. In a complex sentence when a dependent adverb clause comes before an independent clause. 4. To separate items in a series.

    6. Here are four more comma rules :

    7. Works cite Ann Hogue. First Steps in Academic Writing (SECOND DEITION). PEARSON : Longman , 2011 Thank you very much!