Norton University                                                                Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English    ...
Norton University                                                             Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English       ...
Norton University                                                                 Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English   ...
Norton University                                                            Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English        ...
Norton University                                                            Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English        ...
Norton University                                                          Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English          ...
Norton University                                                             Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English       ...
Norton University                                                                Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English    ...
Norton University                                                             Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English       ...
Norton University                                                              Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English      ...
Norton University                                                  Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English                  ...
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Compound Sentence

  1. 1. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills Sentences purpose and Simple Sentence  What is a sentence? A sentence is a group of words that contains at least a subject and a verb and expresses completed thought. Examples: - Jonh works in the bank. - I always kill my homework at the weekend. - We study at Norton University. I. Sentence purpose: We use end of the sentence punctuation according to kind of sentence purposes. How many function of a sentence purpose? There are four functions of a sentence purpose: 1. Declarative sentences state the ideas and end with a period or full stop(.). Examples: - I go to school. - She went to the super market last evening. - He plays football with his friends.Bachelor Degree 1 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  2. 2. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills  Giving information. Examples: - We have breakfast at 8:00 am. - She studies English major. - I like volleyball sport.  Expressing opinions. Examples: - I think we should try to study hard if we want to pass our exams - I think you are best in this class. - I think this book is good meaning.  Making promises. Examples: - She will help me to do an Assignment. - If you don’t have transport to school, I will take you. - I love you forever.  Emphasis. We can emphasize a statement by putting “do”, “does”, or “did” in front of the baseform of the verb.Bachelor Degree 2 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  3. 3. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills Examples: - I do feel sorry for the accident which happened at KohPich in 2011. - He had no time or energy to play with his children or talk with his wife, but he did bring home a regular salary. 2. Exclamatory sentences show strong emotions (feeling, surprise, or disbelief) and end with an exclamation mark (!). Examples: - I can’t believe you left the car at the station overnight! - How beautiful you are! 3. Interrogative sentences ask a question and end with a question mark (?). Examples: - Where do you go? - What did you do last night? - What do you plan in the future? Don’t use question mark with indirect question in the case, it becomes interrogative. Examples: - I am not sure when you called me. (Interrogative sentence) - I wonder when you are going to visit. (Interrogative sentence)Bachelor Degree 3 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  4. 4. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills 4. Imperative sentences give order or makes a request or offers and with a period or exclamation.(.!) Examples: - Give me a book. - Save your money! - Help!  Orders and Instructions: Order: Examples: - Stop her. - Put that gun down. Instructions: Example: Chicken soup: cut up the chicken. Peel the carrots. Slice the carrots. Boil the chicken. Add vegetables. Simmer for 1 hour.  Advice and warnings: Examples: - Be sensible! Be careful! - Don’t be afraid of them.Bachelor Degree 4 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  5. 5. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills  Appeals: We use the imperative sentences when you are appealing to someone to do something. Examples: - Come quickly…come quickly….Hurry! - Do help me out! - Hurry up please!  Letis use in imperative sentence. Examples: - Let’s go outside. - Let me take my coat. - Let me see beautiful girls.  Note: normally imperative sentence ends with full stop However, when we use strong command; we end this sentence with exclamation point (!). Examples: - Shut up! - Get your football out of my garden immediately!Bachelor Degree 5 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  6. 6. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills II. Simple sentence: A simple sentence has one independent clause and no dependent clauses. A simple contains at least one subject and one predicate. It may have a compound subject, a compound predicate, and various phrases, but it has only one clause. A simple sentence can consist of: 1 Subject + 1 Verb + (Complement). SV Examples: - Wego to study English at Norton University. - The horseeats grass. - Shespeaks English language. 1 Subject + 2 Verbs + (Complement). SVV Examples: - The horseeats grass and drinks water. - She eats rice and cleans something. - He drives and listens to music. 2 Subjects + 1 Verb + (Complement). SSV Examples: - DaraandSopheastay at home. - Horses and cowseat grass. - The children and their parentssmiled at us.Bachelor Degree 6 Lecturer: Kob Isa Several Subjects + Several Verbs + (Complement). SSVV
  7. 7. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills Examples: - Dara and Sophealisten to music and do homework. - My friend and me cookedsoup and ate soup with noodles last night. - The children and their parentslaughed and smiled at us. - Sok, Som and Sanlubricated my car, replaced the oil filter, and cleaned the spark plugs. - The children, their parents and their friends laughed, smiled and waved at us. Group M6Bachelor Degree 7 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  8. 8. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills III. Exercises: 1. Purpose Sentences Identify the kinds of sentences (Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, and Exclamatory). The first example for exercise. Why do you believe that? (Interrogative) 1. I want to know why you believe that. (____________) 2. Please accept my apology. (____________) 3. Your face is frightening the baby! (____________) 4. What did you buy? (____________) 5. Where is the store? (____________) 6. What a wonderful idea! (____________) 7. Look, that man has green hair! (____________) 8. Turn that television off and go to bed. (____________) 9. Your face is frightening the baby! (____________) 10. Look in the oven at my pot roast. (____________) 11. Where do you go? (____________) 12. Please, help me! (____________) 13. Come in please! (____________) 14. We go to study. (____________) 15. It’s hard to believe that this paper is made from wood. (____________)Bachelor Degree 8 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  9. 9. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills 2. Simple Sentences Put the words in write order and find SV, SVV, SSV, and SSVV into the bracket. 1. How Phnom Penh you zoo often to visit do go? …………………………………………………………….(____________) 2. Dara and Maly outside go to to eat something in the evening. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 3. For lates never is school she. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 4. In the sun east rises and sets in the west. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 5. My friends and play football at the weekends me. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 6. My friends take it to teacher me and do an assignment. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 7. My goes brother to college and works part time. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 8. Am not studying today I. I’m on holiday. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 9. Excuse me. I’m for my wallet looking. Know do you where is it? …………………………………………………………….(____________) 10. Dara and Rathana marrying next year are. …………………………………………………………….(____________)Bachelor Degree 9 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  10. 10. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills 11. The poor in Cambodia getting poorer and poorer are, but the rich getting are richer and richer. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 12. My family and my friends went to visit stayed in the hotel AnkorWat and. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 13. She has to been Thailand and Vietnam. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 14. Everything in Phnom Penh more and more expensive is becoming. …………………………………………………………….(____________) 15. This is first time I have a girl loved. ……………………………………………………….……(____________) Think you!Bachelor Degree 10 Lecturer: Kob Isa
  11. 11. Norton University Year II, Semester 1Faculty of English Writing Skills References If want to know about this lesson, you can research from Writing Skills of business year II at Norton University Effect Writing Skills year I at Asia Euro University www.perfect-english-grammar.com`Bachelor Degree 11 Lecturer: Kob Isa

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