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7 Week 12 Distraught (adj): very upset; deeply agitated; crazed Adv: distraughtly
Docile (adj): easily trained or managed; teachable; calm Adv: docilely N: docility
Enthrall (v): to captivate or charm; to put in slavery Adj: enthralling Adv: enthrallingly N: enthrallment
Flagrant (adj): shockingly noticeable; obvious; glaring Adv: flagrantly N: flagrance N: flagrancy
Sullen (adj): showing irritation or ill humor by silence; gloomy or dismal Adv: sullenly N: sullenness
Jargon (n): specialized language concerned with a particular subject, culture, or profession
Exceptional (adj): unusual; extraordinary; unusually excellent Adv: exceptionally N: exception N: exceptionality N: exceptionalness
Compound-Complex sentence: sentence made up of at least 2 independent clauses, plus at least 1 subordinate clause Remember to join clauses correctly! – The city is beautiful, but when night falls, I miss the open, starry sky.
8 Week 4 Fastidious (adj): very particular or demanding; hard to please; requiring great care Adv: fastidiously N: fastidiousness.
7 Week 10 Blatant (adj): obvious; conspicuous Adv: blatantly N: blatancy.
CLIMB OR DIE WRITING AND GRAMMAR. Decoding: un-, re- What is a Prefix?un-untiedunopenedre-recheckedrediscovered.
8 Week 3 Adept (adj): very good something requiring skill or dexterity; expert Adv: adeptly N: adeptness.
BY Connor Coultas. Simple Sentences A simple sentence or independent clause is a subject and predicate that states a complete thought. I love pumpkins.
Run- On Sentences. Sentences: Simple sentences- contains a single clause. Example: The ice melts quickly.
INCOMPLETE INDEPENDENT CLAUSE
Thursday Review: What are the three sentence structures covered so far this week?
DGP W EDNESDAY Notes. C LAUSES Each clause must have a subject and a verb. Independent clauses (ind cl): Every sentence must have at least one independent.
Simple, compound and complex sentences. What are they? A simple sentence consists of only one clause. A compound sentence consists of two or more.
Clauses and Sentences Independent Clauses, Simple Sentences, and Compound Sentences.
Clauses! NOOOO, Not that one! What is a clause? a group of words containing a subject and predicate and functioning as a member of a complex or compound.
Sentence Structure Ch. 7 p What is sentence structure? The structure of a sentence refers to the kinds and number of clauses it contains. There.
Classifying Sentence Structures Chart KINDS OF STRCUTUIRES SIMPLECOMPOUNDCOMPLEX # OF INDEPENDENT CLAUSES # OF SUBORDINATE CLAUSES EXAMPLE SENETNCES.
Sentence Analysis Week 2 – DGP for Pre-AP.
7 Week 11 Despondent (adj): hopeless; deeply discouraged or dejected Adv: despondently N: despondence.
Writing Effectively Sentences and Paragraphs. Clauses Independent Clause – Can stand alone as a complete, simple sentence. Subordinate Clause – Contains.
Compound and Compound-Complex Sentences. Complex Sentences A complex sentence has one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses. Examples The.
CLC WRITING STRATEGIES Compound-Complex Sentences.
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