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Four Elements of Style: Diction Syntax Tone Point of View

Four Elements of Style: Diction Syntax Tone Point of View

Four Elements of Style: Diction Syntax Tone Point of View. Mrs. Stacey Reaves Wilson Hall Sumter, SC sreaves@ftc-i.net. Diction: Word Choice. “The difference between the right word and almost the right word is like the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.” Mark Twain.

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Clauses Quote of the day : “ When my heart is overflowing with gratitude, there is no room for fear. “

Clauses Quote of the day : “ When my heart is overflowing with gratitude, there is no room for fear. “

Clauses Quote of the day : “ When my heart is overflowing with gratitude, there is no room for fear. “ Kathy Kendall. Clause defined:. A clause is an essential part of a sentence and must contain a subject and a verb.

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College English Essentials

College English Essentials

Another PowerPoint presentation adapted from WORDSMITH: Essentials of College English by Your Friendly Neighborhood Teacher Man Enzo Silvestri BA BEd MA. College English Essentials. Coordination and Subordination. Chain Letter Dear Friend,

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Sentence Types

Sentence Types

Sentence Types. Structurally, English sentences can be classified four different ways, though there are endless constructions of each. The classifications are based on the number of independent and dependent clauses a sentence contains.

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Definitions to remember

Definitions to remember

Copy these definitions on a new page of notes Independent clause - a clause that can stand alone, and expresses a complete thought. Dependent or (subordinate) clause- can not stand alone, and needs more information. Usually includes a subordinating conjunction. Definitions to remember.

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Clauses & Sentences

Clauses & Sentences

Clauses & Sentences. By Gina Giamei Summer 2016. What is a clause?. It is a group of words with a subject and a verb. There are 2 types of clauses. What are they?. independent clauses dependent clauses. An Independent Clause. has a subject & a verb .

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Phrases and Clauses

Phrases and Clauses

Phrases and Clauses. English Grammar. Let’s examine a Sentence. The boy ran . Sub Verb The boy ran fast . Sub Verb Adverb The boy ran as fast as deer . Phrase (Adverbial Phrase). Some more sentences. The tall boy ran as fast as deer .

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Clauses and Sentence Types

Clauses and Sentence Types

Clauses and Sentence Types. Objective: Students will identify grammatical rules associated with sentence structure and be able to apply the se rules to enhance their writing ability. Sentence Rules. Every sentence must contain two parts:

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Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense. There are two forms to express future tense Will + simple form of the verb Ex. I will see her at five. Be + going to + simple form of the verb Raman is going to sign up for ESL 182RW next week. Yes/No Questions. Move the “will” to the front of the subject.

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Clauses

Clauses

Clauses. A clause is a group of words that contains its own subject and verb. Independent Clause. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence. Michelle gave me a ride to the basketball game. .

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Sentence Structure

Sentence Structure

Sentence Structure. What is a Clause?. A clause is a group of words that contains both and subject and verb. There are two clauses DEPENDENT and INDEPENDENT.

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Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences

Complex Sentences. ~A simple examination of all things complex. Complex Sentences. A complex sentence is a sentence that combines an independent clause and at least one dependent clause. It combines these two clauses using a subordinating conjunction. I D D, I. Independent vs. Dependent.

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Run-ons and Comma Splices

Run-ons and Comma Splices

Run-ons and Comma Splices. By: Shally , Kevin, and Brandon. What are independent and dependent clauses?. A clause is a thought that has a subject and verb. An independent clause is a thought that can stand alone.

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Fragments

Fragments

Fragments. Pasco-Hernando Community College Tutorial Series. What is a fragment?. A fragment is a group of words that is less than a sentence. A fragment lacks either a subject, predicate (verb ), or a complete thought. 

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Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:

Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:

Subordinating Conjunctions that Introduce Dependent Clauses for Cause and Effect:. When Because Since If Now That So that. by Patricia Galien http://pjgalien.wordpress.com/. Independent and Dependent Clauses. An independent clause has a subject and a verb. is a complete thought.

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Sentence Types

Sentence Types

Sentence Types . Understanding types of sentences and sentence structures. There are four types of sentences. The most common type of sentence is the DECLARATIVE sentence. A declarative sentence “declares” or states something. To declare : أعلن 聲 明 declarar. Examples: . I am hungry.

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Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences. Once a writer knows the difference between the three sentence types (simple, compound, and complex), it is possible to write with sentence variety. Sentence variety helps make your writing more interesting. Simple Sentence.

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Requirements for Writing Assignments

Requirements for Writing Assignments

Requirements for Writing Assignments. Follow APA 5 th edition 1’’ margins Not all pages may have one inch margin at bottom of page if using widow/orphan control 12 pt font / Times New Roman For confidentiality, avoid using real names of people and places. Title Page.

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A CONCRETE IMAGE OF HOW SENTENCES WORK

A CONCRETE IMAGE OF HOW SENTENCES WORK

A CONCRETE IMAGE OF HOW SENTENCES WORK. This presentation, adapted from ATEG’s 2006 conference, illustrates 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

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DAY FOUR: Note: Stage Terms Skill Review: inferences Read Act I Scenes i -ii Video Clip Exit Slip

DAY FOUR: Note: Stage Terms Skill Review: inferences Read Act I Scenes i -ii Video Clip Exit Slip

DAY FOUR: Note: Stage Terms Skill Review: inferences Read Act I Scenes i -ii Video Clip Exit Slip. Bell Ringer #4: (A) 1/20 & (B) 1/25. Flashback 3, 2, 1 Review List THREE things you learned about Shakespeare’s life and background from our poster activity.

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