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THE BIKE

THE BIKE

THE BIKE How Sentences Work This short presentation will show you how sentences work. What was once confusing will become clear. What once seemed difficult will become easy. Enjoy! SENTENCES Which of the following do you think are sentences?

By daniel_millan
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Sentence Combining

Sentence Combining

Sentence Combining. Exercises. Joining sentences with coordinators. F or effect/cause A nd addition N or addition of negatives B ut contrast O r alternative Y et contrast S o cause/effect. Remember FANBOYS:. Punctuating coordinators. sentence + comma + coordinator + sentence.

By issac
(432 views)

THE BIKE

THE BIKE

THE BIKE. How Sentences Work. This short presentation will show you how sentences work. What was once confusing will become clear. What once seemed difficult will become easy. Enjoy! . SENTENCES. Which of the following do you think are sentences?

By niveditha
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Phrases and Clauses

Phrases and Clauses

Phrases and Clauses. (Expanding simple sentences into complex sentences). Phrases – a group of words that lacks a subject, a verb, or both. Prepositional.

By Antony
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A CONCRETE IMAGE OF HOW SENTENCES WORK

A CONCRETE IMAGE OF HOW SENTENCES WORK

The bike is a concrete image of how sentences work. This presentation, given at ATEG ’ s 2006 conference, shows you how to use the bike to teach sentence structure. The slides are examples of the kind of instruction found in An Easy Guide to Writing by Pamela Dykstra Prentice Hall, 2006

By Faraday
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All About Commas

All About Commas

All About Commas. Krystal Geary Josh Mazzacua Shanna Todd. What is the purpose of commas?. Commas are used to add details to a sentence and to separate the structural elements of sentences into manageable segments to avoid misreading. Commas In Compound Sentences.

By deon
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PREPOSITION POWER

PREPOSITION POWER

PREPOSITION POWER. Click here to start. Lesson One: Prepositions. A preposition is a part of speech that shows a relationship between two things. Location (on, under, in) Timing (before, after, during) Direction (from, toward, to). Lesson One: Prepositions (cont.).

By magee
(428 views)

Los verbos especiales

Los verbos especiales

Los verbos especiales. Los verbos como gustar. Special verbs, like gustar, require an indirect object pronoun (IOP) which show who the verb is being acted upon. Other verbs that follow the same pattern are:

By terentia
(291 views)

Dr. David Blakesley Professor of English, Purdue Brought to you in cooperation with the Purdue Online Writing Lab

Dr. David Blakesley Professor of English, Purdue Brought to you in cooperation with the Purdue Online Writing Lab

The Paramedic Method. Dr. David Blakesley Professor of English, Purdue Brought to you in cooperation with the Purdue Online Writing Lab. The problem. How can two sentences that say virtually the same thing communicate differently?

By dasan
(406 views)

Developing Basic Writing Techniques

Developing Basic Writing Techniques

C H A P T E R. Developing Basic Writing Techniques. 3. Learning Objectives. Make your writing more readable by using plain language and by substituting familiar words for unfamiliar words.

By tova
(218 views)

Verbals and Verbal Phrases

Verbals and Verbal Phrases

Verbals and Verbal Phrases. A verbal is a verb that acts as a noun, adjective, or adverb. The three kinds of verbals are: gerunds, participles, and infinitives. What is a Verbal. A gerund is a verb acting as a noun. To form a gerund add “ing” to the end of a verb.

By haracha
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Author : Jake Hamilton Genre : Expository Nonfiction

Author : Jake Hamilton Genre : Expository Nonfiction

Big Question: How do artists creat e special effects to entertain us?. Author : Jake Hamilton Genre : Expository Nonfiction. Small Group Timer. Review Games. Story Sort Vocabulary Words : Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words.

By tim
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Sentence with Inverted Subjects and Verbs (Continued) Pertemuan 6

Sentence with Inverted Subjects and Verbs (Continued) Pertemuan 6

Sentence with Inverted Subjects and Verbs (Continued) Pertemuan 6. Matakuliah : G0602 / Bahasa Inggris 3 Tahun : 2007. Contents. Inverted subjects and verbs with place expressions Inverted the subjects and verbs with negatives Inverted subjects and verbs with conditionals

By gusty
(1201 views)

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases. Verbal and Adjectival. Earlier in our grammar lessons, we learned about both adverbs and prepositional phrases. We are going to revisit both of these, put them together, and go into more detail.

By tilly
(232 views)

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases. …With the help of Scrubs. Prepositional Phrases. Starts with a preposition Includes modifiers Ends with the next noun which is called the object of the preposition Ex. Heather Graham played a psychologist in the TV show Scrubs. Prep. phrase: in the TV show Scrubs

By torgny
(178 views)

Pride and Prepositions

Pride and Prepositions

Pride and Prepositions. That timeless literary masterpiece…. Begin by…. …thinking of prepositions as anything a rabbit can do to a fence. He can be… under it over it on it beside it. to for because of of. into in according to except.

By libby
(150 views)

Prepositions

Prepositions

Prepositions. Definition: shows the relationship of a noun/pronoun to some other noun in the sentence. They are always part of a phrase. Ex. The cat slept near my bed. The cat slept on my bed. The cat slept under my bed.

By balin
(870 views)

PREPOSITIONS

PREPOSITIONS

PREPOSITIONS. A word that shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence. The baseball player in the white shirt hit a homerun. A word that shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence. on her boat before noon

By talbot
(219 views)

Author: Lulu Delacre Genre: Realistic Fiction

Author: Lulu Delacre Genre: Realistic Fiction

Author: Lulu Delacre Genre: Realistic Fiction. Big Question: How can our actions result in unexpected consequences?. Small Group Timer. Review Games. Story Sort Vocabulary Words : Arcade Games Study Stack Spelling City: Vocabulary Spelling City: Spelling Words .

By dawn
(218 views)

Nominal categories

Nominal categories

Nominal categories. Holger Diessel University of Jena holger.diessel @uni-jena.de http://www.holger-diessel.de/. Nominal categories. Number Case Gender/noun class. Number. Horse SG Horse- s PL. Tümpisa Shoshone (Uto-Aztecan) (1) kapaayu- Ø a/the horse

By sloan
(37 views)

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