Humanities

Sentence-Level Grammar

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    1. Understanding Sentence Structure
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    Take a look at four types of sentences, review the rules of sentence construction, and finish this lesson with a deepened understanding of how to write!

    Take a look at four types of sentences, review the rules of sentence construction, and finish this lesson with a deepened understanding of how to write!

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    2. Using Adjectives & Adverbs in Writing
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    Are you looking to add depth to your sentences? One key is using adjectives and adverbs. These parts of speech help the reader envision the writer's words.

    Are you looking to add depth to your sentences? One key is using adjectives and adverbs. These parts of speech help the reader envision the writer's words.

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    3. Understanding Conjunctions
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    Besides holding the title of silliest sounding element of grammar, conjunctions are also important because they are used to coordinate written clauses!

    Besides holding the title of silliest sounding element of grammar, conjunctions are also important because they are used to coordinate written clauses!

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    4. Comma, Semicolon & Colon Punctuation
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    Looking for a quick review of punctuation? Then this lesson on English language grammar should be just about perfect! Review the comma, colon, and semicolon.

    Looking for a quick review of punctuation? Then this lesson on English language grammar should be just about perfect! Review the comma, colon, and semicolon.

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4 Comments
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Bea M
I agree that it is too fast. I had to pause and rewind several times. It needs to slow to the cadence of conjunction junction!
Ben Davis
6:05 PM 19 September 2017
Thank you for the suggestions. I tried to make the videos as quick as possible, and hoped to enable students the time to pause, take notes, and reflect upon the lesson. I will be sure to take your suggestions into consideration for the next set of videos!
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Mary Ellen D
Goes too fast; need more time to read and think it through before moving on.
Ben Davis
6:05 PM 19 September 2017
Thank you for the suggestions. I tried to make the videos as quick as possible, and hoped to enable students the time to pause, take notes, and reflect upon the lesson. I will be sure to take your suggestions into consideration for the next set of videos!
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