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Sentence Clarity // Purdue Writing Lab

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There are many strategies for improving the clarity of your sentences and your ...
The following example sentence is clear and understandable because it uses ...

Sentence Clarity: How to Write Clear Sentences - Video & Lesson ...

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Just because you know a good sentence when you read one doesn't mean that
you think it's easy to put one together - forget about writing an essay's...

Pronouns | Basic Reading and Writing

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The following sentences give examples of particular types of pronouns used with
.... The antecedent for it in this sentence is the experience of watching the panda.
..... The phrase “antecedent clarity” simply means that is should be clear who or ...

Chapter 5. Putting the Pieces Together with a Thesis Statement ...

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In other words, writing is a process that requires steps and strategies to
accomplish your ... Prewriting; Outlining the structure of ideas; Writing a rough
draft; Revising; Editing .... Narrative: Choose one of the topics below and relate
your ideas in a clearly .... Just like a topic sentence summarizes a single
paragraph, the thesis ...

English passive voice - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_passive_voice

The passive voice is a grammatical "voice". The noun or noun phrase that would
be the object ... The subject of a sentence or clause featuring the passive voice
typically ... Two sentences later, Madoff said, "When I began the Ponzi scheme,
.... feature limited to bad writing, it's a useful construction often needed for clear ...

Clarity and the Grammar of Skepticism

https://www.nyu.edu/projects/barker/barker-clarity.pdf

The status of the sentences in (2) is quite different, both from their ... since that
truly is too clear for clarity to be asserted. Note that ... In contrast, in (3b) ....
meaning of a sentence is conceived as a function that maps a context of
utterance ...... In contrast, in the lottery example, It is clear that you will lose is
correctly predicted.

English Skills Answers

https://resources.collins.co.uk/free/EnglishSkillsBook6Answers.pdf

B Write the words in italics in interesting sentences of your own. Look up the
words .... The two words in each sentence must be opposite in meaning. ..... clear
writing. ...... (iii) If the plural of the word does not end in s we add 's to denote
possession. ...... Any structure that spans the fault may ...... lumps of sugar in her
coffee. 8.

The Bedford Handbook

https://sowersohs.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/bedford-handbook-9.pdf

7 Reading and writing about literature 176. Part iii clear sentences 199. 8 Active
verbs ... 30 Sentence structure 386. 31 Prepositions ..... t Does the thesis offer a
clear judgment of the text? t What objections ...... Lumps all big boxes together.

How emotions affect logical reasoning: evidence from experiments ...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4050437/

Jun 10, 2014 ... Results showed a clear effect of emotions on reasoning performance. .....
Examples of the test adjectives are: afraid, guilty, inspired, proud, etc. ... three
different categories: sentence completion, calculation and matrix tasks. .....
Therefore, more clarity might be achieved if experiments compare personally ...

Why Can't My Child Talk? Common Types of Speech and Language ...

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Feb 22, 2008 ... For example, a child diagnosed with autism may exhibit ...... say “Mama book
read” or “shoe off” but won't use any real sentence structure. ...... words are what
counts…that has helped a lot in being clear of what to say to the doc. ...... a few
steps..she only eats food with no lumps in and gags on anything that ...

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