Presentation on theme: "Sentence Structure Concise, Precise, and Clear “People usually resist new regulations.” Active Voice “Gender inequality exists in schools.” Effective."— Presentation transcript:
Concise, Precise, and Clear “People usually resist new regulations.” Active Voice “Gender inequality exists in schools.” Effective Punctuation “Gender inequality, such as unequal funding for male and female sports, exists in schools.”
Wordy and Confusing “People usually have a tendency to resist new and unfamiliar regulations most of the time.” Passive Voice “It is my belief that gender inequality exists in the school system.” Lack of Effective Punctuation “Gender inequality such as unequal funding for male and female sports exists in schools.”
One of the most important results of the data is the alteration of previous views on the subject of politics.
Create a List “New regulations discourage entrepreneurs by 1) increasing costs and red-tape, 2) slowing progress on projects, 3) and overwhelming would-be business-owners.” Start Fast “New regulations discourage entrepreneurs. ”
Independent Clause Dependent Clause Sentence Fragment Run-On Sentence Terms
Use “a” Singular Countable General Use “an” Singular Countable General Begins with vowel Use “the” Specific UNLESS the noun is a proper name Do NOT use articles Plural Non- Countable
Relationships between words DirectionLocationTimeOther