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Five Types of Sentence Connectors

 

1. COORDINATE   CONJUNCTIONS   F,A,N,B,O,Y,S , for , and , nor , but , or , yet , so  
2. CORRELATIVE CONJUNCTIONS   "NO BABA NEON" Not only ..., but also Both ..., and Neither ... , nor Either ..., or  
    3. SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS   a. TIME when as soon as before while by the time that once as long as now since after that until as b. PLACE where wherever   c. CAUSE because since as now that whereas inasmuch as as long as on account of the fact that due to the fact that in view of the fact that because of the fact that   d. CONDITION if unless on condition that provided that providing that whether ... or not in the event that   e. CONCESSION though although even though even if despite the fact that in spite of the fact that notwithstanding the fact that   f. CONTRAST while where whereas   g. PURPOSE in order that so that for the purpose that so   h. RESULT so + adj. Or adv. + that so that such + [a(n)] + noun + that   i. COMPARISON as + adj. Or adv. + as (not) so + adj. or adv. + as adj. or adv. + -er than Adj. + -er + noun + than more + adj. or adv. + than   j. MANNER as if as though
4. RELATIVE     STRUCTURES   who whoever whom whomever whose whosoever which whichever that whatever what whenever how wherever how + adj. or adv. Why however when where if whether (or not)  
5. THE SEMICOLON     (;)   ; (by itself) OR ;+transition,
6.TRANSITIONS     also in addition after all in fact as a result in other words consequently nevertheless finally next for example otherwise furthermore then however therefore thus  

 


Bibliographical List

 

1. Mary S. Lawrence, Writing as a Thinking Process.

2. Robert E. Barry, Basic Business English.

3. Alice Maclin, Reference Guide to English: a Handbook of English as a Second Language.

4. Writing Workbook, Levels 5, 6, IELI, University of North Texas, 1994.

5. Sharon Scull, Critical Reading and Writing for Advanced ESL Students.

6. Carolyn B.Raphael, Elaine G.Newman, Rhetorical Reader for ESL Writers.

7. Michael E. Adelstein, Jean C.Pival, The Writing Commitment


 

Contents

 

Introduction 3

Part i Formal organization 4

Topic 6

Thesis 7

Paragraph 9

Introduction 12

Conclusion 13

Topic Sentence 15

Transitions 18

The Outline 19

Part ii Logical Organization 21


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  1. A COMPOSITE SENTENCE
  2. A) Practise using the words and word combinations in bold type to make other comparisons between some two-four regions of Russia. Write your best sentences down.
  3. A. You will hear a manager interviewing a person for a job. Listen out for these verbs, and then use them to complete sentences 1-5.
  4. And write your own sentences with the same words and phrases.
  5. Are the following sentences true or false? If false, say why.
  6. Are the following statements true or false? Correct the false sentences.
  7. Are the sentences true or false?
  8. Ask all the possible questions to the following sentences
  9. B) Find 5 sentences in the text with the given word-combinations.
  10. B) Make up sentences with the word-groups you have translated.
  11. B) Use some of the word combinations from the box and make 5 sentences to describe the trial procedure.
  12. B. Complex Sentence




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