Interrogative Sentences Interrogative Sentences An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a question mark. Did you turn Did you turn the light off? the light off?
Grammar Name _____ Date _____ Simple Sentences © 2006 abcteach.com Simple sentences are independent clauses.
Avoiding Run-On Sentences, Comma Splices, and Fragments Run-on Sentences, Comma Splices and Fragments
Varying the length, rhythm and structure of sentences are three ways to create variety and interest in your writing. A.Vary the length of sentences within the body of a paragraph.
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Teaching & Learning Centre Fact Sheets University of New England. GRAMMAR CHECKERS can assist you with active and passive voice because they signal (use green underlining) passive verbs.
SENTENCES, RUN-ONS, AND FRAGMENTS 1. A sentence has a subject and a verb and makes a complete thought. Another name for a sentence is an independent clause .
Grammar: Compound Sentences Name _____ Date _____ ©2004abcteach.com Compound Sentences A compound sentence is a sentence that contains two complete ideas (called clauses ) that are related.
Ars Disputandi Volume 9 (2009) issn: 1566-5399 Nicoden Bok protestant theological university, the netherlands The Sentences By PeterLombard Book 1: The Mystery of the Trinity, book 2: On Creation, book 3: On the Incarnation of the Word, translated by Giulio Silano, Mediaeval Sources in ...
75 . 7 Diagramming Sentences . I n the late nineteenth century, Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg de veloped a method for diagramming sentences in the belief that students