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Sentence Clarity

Sentence Clarity

Sentence Clarity. A workshop brought to you by the Purdue University Writing Lab. Sentence Clarity. Why worry about making sentences clear? To communicate effectively with the reader To make writing persuasive and interesting To show credibility and authority as a writer.

By medwin
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Sentence Fragments

Sentence Fragments

Sentence Fragments. Overview What is a “fragment” Types of fragments How to fix fragments Activity. What is a sentence fragment?. Fragments are incomplete sentences. Usually, they are pieces of sentences that have become disconnected from the main clause.

By bernad
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First Conditional

First Conditional

First Conditional. The first conditional is a structure used for talking about possibilities in the present or in the future. . if clause If you study hard, main clause you will pass the test. main clause You will pass the test if clause if you study hard.

By issac
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Nominals

Nominals

Nominals. One-word Nouns, Noun Phrases, Noun Clauses. Noun functions in a sentence I. Subject of the verb Two girls made the team. Object of the verb or verbal direct object While we were cooking dinner , John rang the doorbell , interrupting our evening together.

By tamal
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The Imperfect Subjunctive

The Imperfect Subjunctive

The Imperfect Subjunctive. (El imperfecto de subjuntivo). El senador no permitió que hablaran los otros senadores. ¿Qué pasó en el senado?. How the imperfect subjunctive is formed. 1. Start with the 3 rd person plural ( “ aron , ieron ”) form of the verb in the preterit tense:.

By gavrila
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Subordination & Content Clauses

Subordination & Content Clauses

Subordination & Content Clauses. Teresa Navés tnaves@ub.edu www.ub.edu/GRAL/Naves http://diposit.ub.edu/dspace/handle/2445/2 (Search: Naves). Reference Grammars.

By pamelia
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If clause

If clause

If clause. There are four types of conditional sentence. It is sometimes called the "if" clause. It is formed by two clauses.The. former clause expresses the condition while. the latter indicates the result. of that condition or vice versa. We use this type of condition to express a.

By aiden
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Loose, and Periodic Sentences

Loose, and Periodic Sentences

Loose, and Periodic Sentences. From a rhetorical point of view, sentences are loose, periodic, or balanced. I. loose sentence and periodic sentence

By jerrod
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Verb Valency Frame Extraction Using Morphological and Syntactic Features of Croatian

Verb Valency Frame Extraction Using Morphological and Syntactic Features of Croatian

Verb Valency Frame Extraction Using Morphological and Syntactic Features of Croatian . Krešimir Šojat, Željko Agić, Marko Tadić Department of Linguistics, Department of Information Sciences Faculty of Humanities and Social Sceinces, University of Zagreb {ksojat, zagic, marko.tadic}@ffzg.hr

By ciara
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Improving Sentences 1

Improving Sentences 1

Improving Sentences 1. This is often called the main clause. It is the first and main part of the sentence with the key meaning. A simple sentence. Paul found his luck had changed . Change the order of words Use a more powerful word - verb Adding extra words – adverbs

By mauli
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Directions: 	Click the left mouse button to move from slide to slide. There are 4 slides in this presentation.

Directions: Click the left mouse button to move from slide to slide. There are 4 slides in this presentation.

Subordination - #3. Directions: Click the left mouse button to move from slide to slide. There are 4 slides in this presentation. Subordination - #3. There are two kinds of clauses: main clause and subordinate clause.

By kaz
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If sentences

If sentences

If sentences. Using commas correctly. Subordinate and main clauses. If sentences are made up of a main clause and a subordinate clause. The main clause can make sense on its own. The subordinate clause does not make sense on its own. You can go to the shops if you are good.

By aderes
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Sentence Clarity

Sentence Clarity

Sentence Clarity. A workshop brought to you by the Purdue University Writing Lab. Sentence Clarity. Why worry about making sentences clear? To communicate effectively with the reader To make writing persuasive and interesting To show credibility and authority as a writer.

By rafal
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Relative Clauses

Relative Clauses

Relative Clauses. Accusative case: “our uncle” is not the subject of the sentence. den. der. Nominative case: “our uncle” is the subject of the sentence. Wir besuchen unseren Onkel. Same thing in different grammatical cases. Unser Onkel kommt aus Polen. der. aus Polen. kommt. der.

By ledell
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Improving Sentences 2

Improving Sentences 2

Improving Sentences 2. This is often called the main clause. It is the first and main part of the sentence with the key meaning. A simple sentence. Paul found his luck had changed . 1. Extend the sentence with commas 2. Add another clause with a connective

By leonora
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Mechanisms of Language Change

Mechanisms of Language Change

Mechanisms of Language Change. Holger Diessel University of Jena holger.diessel @uni-jena.de http://www.holger-diessel.de/. Language evolution. Human beings are the only species with language. Language evolution. Attempts at teaching nonhuman primates language have failed.

By misha
(259 views)

Office Administration

Office Administration

Office Administration. Chapter 11: Rules of Grammar. Primary Elements Subject is the noun/topic Verb tells what the subject does Object completes the sentence Complement is the noun in the predicate that refers to the subject. Secondary Elements Modifiers describe other words

By hung
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LE SUBJONCTIF (Première partie)

LE SUBJONCTIF (Première partie)

LE SUBJONCTIF (Première partie). Sec 3, Dossier 3 (pp.6-8) & Manuel p24. Comment former le subjonctif ?. Comment former le subjonctif ?. Comment former le subjonctif ?. Conjuguez oralement les verbes suivants, puis écrivez-les dans votre cahier :

By salim
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Bellevue College Writing Lab Proudly Presents… How to Correct Run-On Sentences

Bellevue College Writing Lab Proudly Presents… How to Correct Run-On Sentences

Bellevue College Writing Lab Proudly Presents… How to Correct Run-On Sentences. Welcome! Please sign in and take a hand-out. What is a run-on sentence?. A run on is two or more complete sentences written as one singular sentence.

By jiro
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after / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional

after / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional

after / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional. I’m starting a job in sales after I finish school. As soon as you hear any news, will you let me know? I must get to the bank before it closes . I’ll need the car while I’m there.

By brice
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