Sentence variety strategies

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Evaluation of the proposal variety

When you write an essay, an article, or any other kind of work, you usually don't pay too much attention to the style of the proposal, mainly because it violates the creative flow. The best thing to do is to implement a strategy for reviewing the various proposals in the editing process. This strategy should focus on the start, length, and type of the proposal

Take a blank sheet of paper and create three columns:

  • Column 1-introductory words in all sentences
  • Column 2 is the number of words in each sentence
  • Column #3 types of verdicts you have used (exclamation, question, affirmative, and so on)
  • TIP: Instead of counting words, select one of the sentences and use Missrosoft Word Count

    These columns will help you determine the problem, such as too long phrases, duplicate information, and error types. Then, in order to edit your work, reassess the different strategies of the proposal

    Alternative short and long sentences to change the rhythm

    Writing multiple sentences of the same length can make your work (or this particular point) monotonic and difficult to track. To get back to work, you can use alternative short and long sentences that have improved the rhythm

    For example, Jane became a member of his friend's book club to discuss the great literary works. She thought they would have read War and Peace, Crime and Punishment and other great books. But she was disappointed when she realized that no one was reading the book, and the other women were just gossiking. She went home without discussing what she had read and was sad because of high expectations

    Editorial: Jane became a member of her friend's book club to discuss great literary works such as War and Peace, Crime and Punishment and other great books. She realized that no one was discussing the books. Jane found out that other women hadn't read the book, and they were just gossiper, so she had to go home without discussing what she read. High expectations are usually disappointing

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    Variety of proposals in the proposal

    When a few sentences start with the same word, for example, This, It, I, and so on, some specific work may be quite boring for the average reader. You can prevent this by using various offerings

    Example: George stumbled down the step

    Solution: George stumbled on the step first thing in the morning

    At the same time, George tripped on the step

    On the way to work, George tripped on the step

    When he was on his way to his office, George tripped on the step

    The English proposal could be divided into four categories. These categories are based on the number of dependent and independent conditions in a specific proposal. Learning to distinguish different types of offerings helps you add variation and complexity to your work

  • Simple proposal (one independent condition/without dependent conditions)-I like to read fiction
  • A composite sentence (several independent clauss/no dependent conditions) -Snake hissed and startled a helpless woman, and she ran away screaming
  • A complex offer (one independent condition/, at least one dependent condition) -John left when his sister arrived
  • A composite proposal (a few independent clauss/at least one dependent condition)-we decided that the film was too violent, but our children who love watching horror movies thought we were wrong
  • Correct the short, discreet sentences

    Although we assume that short sentences make it easier for readers to understand text, this is not always the same. Several short sentences create a flexible rhythm and break the reading stream. Here are some tips for correcting this situation:

  • Use connections-merge offerings with full sentences, and, and, and, as well,
  • Example: David is an acute feeling. He's using every opportunity to go on the run

    Edition: David is a trinear seeker, so he takes every opportunity to go on the run-jumps

  • Use two short subordination sentences, one for each other, for example, though, after, if, if, even if, what is more likely than, while, which, which, which, which, when, until, until, until, until, until, until, wh
  • Example: Sheila likes movies. She goes to the movies every weekend

    Edition: Sheila loves movies, so she goes to the movies every weekend

    When you write the work in which you discussed a particular section, you can accidentally create duplicate offerings. These suggestions, like many other errors, contribute to the monotonous effect of the work and make the reader lose interest. Use the following methods to resolve this problem:

  • Include relative pronouns-to embed one sentence in another with those who, who, who, who
  • Example: Our experiment has failed because of Murphy's law. According to this law, if something could go wrong, it would

    Modification: Our experiment has failed because of Murphy's law, which states that if something can go wrong, it will be

  • Use partitiples rather than verb forms to be (am, is, is, was, is) include partiples (current and past)
  • Example: Kenny was shocked to see crackers outside his home. He called the police right away

    Solution: Shocked to see the crackers outside his house, Kenny called the police immediately

  • Use assumptions-turn the proposal into a pre-positional vocation using, across, top, bottom, bottom, bottom, bottom, bottom, bottom, bottom, bottom, in, in, in, in, in, under, under, under, c
  • Example: Lily used her mother's laptop to play games. It was against her mother's rules

    Rare: against the rules of the mother, Lily used a laptop for games

    Solving similar patterns of offers and rhythms

    Convicts with similar rhythms and patterns can make a lot of work boring. Fortunately, this problem can be easily corrected. For example:

  • Use dependent tokens instead of starting every sentence with the subject, use sentences and phrases such as, for example, when, when, when, when, until, then, then, then, then, then, if, even then, before, then, before, before
  • Example: The entire room was silent when the latest news showed that thousands of people had been killed by the devastating tsunami

    Reaction: When the news reports that thousands of people were killed by the devastating tsunami, the entire room was silent

  • Include time verbs and phrases-to improve rhythm by means of transitional verbs or the words of words at the beginning of some sentences, for example, respectively, but, meanwhile, nevertheless, despite this, despite otherwise, otherwise, etc
  • Example: Pharmaceutical companies are focused on the creation of highly dependent dormance aids, which represent a temporary solution for insomnia. The American population faces growing dependency problems

    Modification: Pharmaceutical companies are focused on the creation of highly dependent dormance aids, which represent a temporary solution for insomnia. At the same time, the American population faces growing dependency problems

    When you finish writing your article, book, or book, and so on, read it carefully and begin editing your work. Implement a variety of strategies in this article to improve quality