Presentation on theme: "Unit 7 Problem/ Solution Paragraphs. Paragraph Structure Begin with your topic sentence. Your topic sentence should simply state the problem. Description."— Presentation transcript:
Paragraph Structure Begin with your topic sentence. Your topic sentence should simply state the problem. Description of Problems I have so many chores that I do not have time for anything else.
Follow the topic sentence with the information of the problem. Reasons why the problem exists I know I should do chores. My parents both work and need help. But my class work is getting harder. I need more time to do it. I also need some time to visit and talk to my friends. I have too much to do right now. My grades are going down. I do not have anytime to have fun.
Now discuss your solution Solution and details of solution One solution is giving my sister some of my chores. I know she is only seven, so she cannot do them all. However, there are some that she can do. First thing she can do is feeding the birds. Secondly, she can also clean the bathroom sinks and toilets. Thirdly, she can start learning to do laundry. I was about her age when I began doing these things. I will be happy to show her how to do them.
The closing sentence should remind readers of the subject without repeating the topic Closing sentence Thus, I can do my work and many other tasks with my sister's help.
Structure of Conditional Sentences The structure of most conditionals is very simple. There are two basic possibilities. Of course, we add many words and can use various tenses, but the basic structure is usually like this: resultconditionIF 2 y = 20Y = 10IF