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by Marie L Waddell
In learning sentence patterns, you'll also master the conventions of grammar and punctuation, and thus avoid . Chapter Two contains detailed exercises over the 20 patterns. Chapter Three provides ideas and examples of how to combine the patterns together for even more variety.
In learning sentence patterns, you'll also master the conventions of grammar and punctuation, and thus avoid many common errors. Finally, Chapter Five contains longer examples from published writers where the patterns have been labeled in the margins.
This book features patterns of sentence structure, which is not quite the same thing. It's OK, but not really helpful. The twenty patterns stressed in this book have helped me tremendously. But don't stop there. Don't forget to check out the appendix at the end of the book. Many of us (myself included) have felt the need at one time or another for a useful guide on the proper codes of punctuation. The Appendix here is one of the best guides I've seen on this topic. When should you use a colon, semicolon, comma, or dash?
Art of Styling Sentences by Ann Longknife P. I've recently read a few books pertaining to sentence structure, styling, and punctuation; however, most of them weren't very useful
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The art of styling sentences 20 patterns to success. Marie L. Barron's Educational Series.
4 Pattern 3 Compound Sentence with Explanatory Statement General statement: specific example General statement: specific example Darwin's Origin of Species forcibly states a harsh truth: only the fittest survive. Darwin's Origin of Species forcibly states a harsh truth: only the fittest survive. 5 Pattern 4 A Series without a Conjunction A,B,C A,B,C The United States has a government of the people, by the people, for the people. The United States has a government of the people, by the people, for the people
Ann Longknife, K. D. Sullivan, Marie L. Waddell. Accepted writing style conventions change very slowly, but they do change.
Ann Longknife, K. They give advice on ways yo vary rhythm and sentence patterns to produce a more interesting writing style.
Kerry Walk, Princeton University A Few Sentence Patterns Adapted from The Art of Styling Sentences: 20 Patterns for Success, 2nd e. by Marie L. Waddell, Robert Esch, and Roberta R. Walker 1. Compound Sentence. Compound Sentence: Semicolon, No Conjunction Example: The vicuña is a gentle animal living in the central Andes; its fleece often becomes the fabric for expensive coats
This Barron's Series book is a concise offering of valid patterns. Most were all familiar, but thinking of them this way could help one broaden their style. It's also a handy guide to punctuation, which I valued for its flexibility in certain situations.
This Barron's Series book is a concise offering of valid patterns. My copy, bought used, includes handwritten sentences filled in for all of the exercises. Some of these were quite comical, and many appeared to be intended for the good graces of whoever was grading them.