Sentences

Important information about sentences
File Five Basic Sentence Patterns Five basic sentence patterns File Using Verbal Phrase in Sentences Important information about sentence fluency File Quiz for Chapter 15 Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences File Quiz on the Simple Sentence The simple sentence only File Quiz on the Compound Sentence The Compound Sentence File Quiz on the Complex Sentence The Complex Sentence Folder Sentence Combining: Adjectives and Adverbs Learn to combine short sentences into longer stylistically fluent sentences File Using Coordinators and Subordinators to Show Emphasis Learnig to use conjunctions and transition words File Sentence Combining Parallel Structure Combine each group of sentences into one grammatically correct sentence. File Sentence Combining Coordination and Subordination Combine each group of sentences into one grammatically correct sentence. File Creating Sentence Variety Writing loose and periodic sentences. Strategies for varying sentence, such as expanding the subject and expanding the object. File Modifying Sentences with Verbal Phrases 2 File Modifying Sentences with Verbal Phrases 3 File Modifying Sentences with Verbal Phrases 1 File Subject-verb Agreement, Coordination, Subordination, and Verbals File Combining and Expanding Sentences File Sentence Combining--Verbal Phrases File Kolln Parallel Structure File Exercise in Parallel Structure File Combining Sentences 6/7/2018 File Combining Sentences Using Verbals Elephants File Understanding Emphasis in Sentence Combining File Understanding the Five Basic Sentence Patterns File Adjectives, Adverbs, and Prepositions File Adjectives, Adverbs, and Prepositions 2 File Adjectives, Adverbs, and Prepositions 3 File Emphasis at the Sentence Level File Creating Sentence Variety: Professional Examples Link Sentence Style and Variety Includes discussion of resumptive and summative modifiers Link Resumptive, Summative, and Free Modifiers File Using Resumptive, Summative, and Free Modifiers to Extend Your Sentences File Exercise Using Resumptive, Summative, and Free Modifiers