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  1. Lessons show students how to create different kinds of sentences, including simple, compound, and complex sentences. Improving sentence fluency allows writers to create compositions that flow easily from one word to the next and one sentence to the next, so that readers better understand the writing.
  2. This support module may be used with BAU-ENG , Sentences, and IAU-ENG Parts of the Sentence, and IAU-ENG , Sentence Writing. BAU-ENG SENTENCES OBJECTIVE Upon successful completion of this unit, the learner will be able to 1. distinguish between complete sentences and sentence fragments. 2. recognize run-on sentences. 3.
  3. Apr 19,  · Using the active voice instead of the passive voice is one of the best things you can do to improve your writing. In a passive sentence, the subject is relegated to the end of the sentence and the.
  4. Note that without the comma, the sentence is confusing. The reader may expect the sentence to continue. For example, “However we tried to give them away, we couldn’t find new homes for all the kittens.” Of course, if your two sentences are very strongly linked, you may wish to join them as a single sentence broken up with a semicolon.
  5. Apr 12,  · Her days are filled with her family, their way of life within the pattern of the seasons, a relationship to all living and growing things around them. This is the 2nd of what is now 3 books. First, Birchbark House where we first read of Omakakeyens, I think about 6 or 7 years old, and her Ojibwa family at the turn of the century.
  6. Jun 16,  · 6. So much of who I am is because of what you taught me, Dad. 7. Happy Father’s Day from the one who has tested your limits in just about everything—you’re welcome!
  7. Jan 01,  · Classroom Use: I would use this book to teach students about sentence fluency and word choice. There is repetition in sentences and sentence structure in this book. This provides the opportunity to talk with students about why the author made the choice to have this repetition and how it contributes to the story/5().
  8. Basic English Sentences Five “w”: what, who, which, why, where, and one “How” 1. This is, That is, These are, Those are, 1 This is a book. 2 This is not a book. 3 Is this a book? 4 What is it? 5 That is a pencil. 6 That is not a pencil. 7 Is that a pencil? 8 What is that? 9 These are books. 10 These are not books. 11 Are these books?
  9. The Kokka, a monthly magazine richly and beautifully illustrated and edited by Japanese students, has reached its rd number; the Shimbi Daikan, a colossal album containing chromoxylographic facsimiles of celebrated examples in every branch of art, has been completed in 20 volumes; the masterpieces of KOrin and Motonobu have been reproduced in similar albums; the masterpieces of the Ukiyo-e.

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