Sample Handmade Responses    to Hale’s Sin and Syntax,      Chapter 11, Phrases and Clauses   with corresponding citations...
“If prepositional phrases are not placed next to the word they modify, Mayday!”(178).
“When a prepositional phrase kicks off a sentence, it is usually followed by acomma” (170).
“But words, phrases, and clauses all work together toward the same end: tokeep sentences as simple and clear as possible” ...
“Writers careless with phrases can create havoc in all kinds of ways” (179).
“Writers careless with phrases can create havoc in all kinds of ways” (179).
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Phrases and Clauses Illustrated

  1. 1. Sample Handmade Responses to Hale’s Sin and Syntax, Chapter 11, Phrases and Clauses with corresponding citations from the chapterAngelo State UniversityEnglish 4361: English GrammarDr. Laurence MusgroveDepartment of English and Modern LanguagesFebruary 17, 2013 www.theillustratedprofessor.com @lemusgro
  2. 2. “If prepositional phrases are not placed next to the word they modify, Mayday!”(178).
  3. 3. “When a prepositional phrase kicks off a sentence, it is usually followed by acomma” (170).
  4. 4. “But words, phrases, and clauses all work together toward the same end: tokeep sentences as simple and clear as possible” (174).
  5. 5. “Writers careless with phrases can create havoc in all kinds of ways” (179).
  6. 6. “Writers careless with phrases can create havoc in all kinds of ways” (179).

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