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7 Week 10 Blatant (adj): obvious; conspicuous Adv: blatantly N: blatancy
Cater (v): to provide food, service, etc.; to indulge someone
Notorious (adj): widely known for bad reasons Adv: notoriously N: notoriety N: notoriousness
Inundate (v): to flood; to overwhelm N: inundation
Impede (v): to slow the movement or progress of something; to obstruct N: impediment
Customary (adj): usual; according to custom or habit Adv: customarily
Dismal (adj): gloomy; dreary; cheerless Adv: dismally N: dismalness
Compound Sentence: a sentence made up of 2 or more independent clauses. – Join them with a COMMA AND a conjunction. – Or, join them with a semicolon.
Run- On Sentences. Sentences: Simple sentences- contains a single clause. Example: The ice melts quickly.
8/01 For use with Technical Editing 3e although, but, however This presentation explains how these words affect sentence structure and punctuation.
Basic Sentence Construction. Clause: A group of words containing a subject and verb Independent clause: a group of words that contains a subject and verb.
Although, but, however All of these words join clauses in sentences, but they are different parts of speech. This presentation explains the impact of the.
1 A run-on sentence is a sentence that contains two improperly joined sentences (independent clauses).
Warm Up – NOTES: Clauses and Sentences Simple Sentence = independent clause that is a complete thought. Compound Sentence = 2 ind. cl. joined by a coordinating.
Sentence Structure Sentence Types. Sentence Structure Sentence Types.
Pasco Hernando Community College Tutorial Series.
Sentence Types. A sentence can be defined as a group of words expressing a complete thought. A clause is defined as a group of words containing a subject.
Read assignment carefully/listen in class— many points were missed needlessly Revise writing rather than edit writing—if the only changes made were items.
Types of Sentences Review By: Amanda Taylor. Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound-Complex.
Unit 4 Part II. Intensifiers & Quantifiers An intensifier An intensifier Definition: a word/group of words which normally indicates emphasis or strong.
Understanding Fragments and Run-ons. Review: What is a Sentence? Remember that a sentence has a subject & a verb, and it expresses a complete thought.
A little more about commas…. Commas with 2 independent clauses (review) Use a comma + coordinating conjunction (FANBOYS) to separate 2 independent clauses.
“I Can” Statements 5 th English/Writing 1 st Six Weeks.
Comma Splice Errors Stop abusing the comma!. Comma Splice The grammar crime: comma splices join two complete sentences with a comma. The grammar crime:
Avoiding Run-on Sentences, Comma Splices, and Fragments Getting Your Punctuation Right!, ;
Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex sentences.
Complex Sentences Grammar #5 AP English Language and Composition Mr. Bennet Ms. Miller Mrs. Verhaegen.
They keep on going on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and.
Compound Inequalities Objective: To solve conjunctions and disjunctions.
DGP – SENTENCE 11 Day 1 Punctuation and Capitalization.
Writing Improvements These suggestions are general and based on students’ writing in their compare and contrast essays.
Using a taxonomy to support progression in learning.
Conjunctions Join Things. Conjunctions Conjunctions are connecting words Example: And adds things together in the sentence I like baseball and soccer.
Passive Voice The passive voice (Lead-in) Active vs Passive (use) Reasons for using the passive voice Other reasons for using the passive voice How to.
The Joy of Sentences Simple Compound Complex Compound-Complex.
Run-On Sentences When people write too fast, they sometimes combine several thoughts together as one sentence. The result is a RUN-ON SENTENCE.
Sentence Writing For FCAT Success By Debi Rice. Four Types of Sentences Simple Sentence Compound Sentence Complex Sentence Compound-Complex Sentence.
Comma Splices and Run-On Sentences. Run-ons and Commas Splices Run-on: an error that occurs when two sentences are joined without punctuation –Example:
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