Sentence Style<br />CC2 SP 11<br />
Simple sentences.<br />Subject and Verb.<br />Example:<br />I run. Mary takes dance. Mark does yoga. We<br />like exercise...
Compound Sentence<br />Subject. Verb. Conjunction. Subject. Verb<br />Example:<br />I run and Mary takes dance. Mark does ...
Complex Sentence<br />Dependent Clause. Subject. Verb.<br />Because I like exercise, I run. <br />Because she likes exerci...
Compound-Complex Sentence<br />Dependent clause. Subject. Verb. Conjunction. Subject. Verb.<br />Because we like exercise,...
Coordination and Subordination<br />Coordinating conjunctions convey equal emphasis.<br />Example. Dance is popular and mu...
In class exercise.<br />Review your writing.<br />Note the typical sentence patterns that you use.<br />Experiment with a ...
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  1. 1. Sentence Style<br />CC2 SP 11<br />
  2. 2. Simple sentences.<br />Subject and Verb.<br />Example:<br />I run. Mary takes dance. Mark does yoga. We<br />like exercise.<br /> What is the tone of this passage?<br />
  3. 3. Compound Sentence<br />Subject. Verb. Conjunction. Subject. Verb<br />Example:<br />I run and Mary takes dance. Mark does yoga and <br />we like exercise.<br /> What is the tone of this passage?<br />
  4. 4. Complex Sentence<br />Dependent Clause. Subject. Verb.<br />Because I like exercise, I run. <br />Because she likes exercise, Mary dances. <br />Because he likes exercise, Mark does yoga.<br /> What do complex sentences help us convey?<br />
  5. 5. Compound-Complex Sentence<br />Dependent clause. Subject. Verb. Conjunction. Subject. Verb.<br />Because we like exercise, I run, Mary takes and <br />Mark does yoga.<br /><ul><li>What does a compound-complex sentence </li></ul>help us convey?<br />
  6. 6. Coordination and Subordination<br />Coordinating conjunctions convey equal emphasis.<br />Example. Dance is popular and music is more popular.<br />Subordinating conjunctions help writers prioritize their points,<br />Example: While dance is popular, music is more popular.<br />
  7. 7. In class exercise.<br />Review your writing.<br />Note the typical sentence patterns that you use.<br />Experiment with a variety of sentence patterns to convey tone and meaning, coordination and subordination.<br />See page 277 for sentence types and pages 238-239 <br />for more on coordination and subordination.<br />

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