Do you remember yourself writing essays at school? I do. Do you remember how hard it was to express your thoughts (provided that you had any in the first place
This discussion came up in another group. I thought I’d share my reply here. When using “than”, a TRUE comparison between two things requires the verb “to be”: Pattern: A
http://audioboom.com/posts/5374379-sentence-writing-step-4-fanboys-example-sentences.mp3 Introduction In Step 1 we looked at simple sentences with subject, verb, indirect object, and direct object. In Step 2 we added adjectives, adverbs, and prepositional phrases. In
Introduction Our next trick to embellishing our simple sentences is to add some dependent relative clauses. A relative clause has a subject, verb, and a relative pronoun. The following are
Introduction Now that we know how to write simple sentences, let’s learn how to embellish them so they don’t sound too simple. After all, we all want to sound more
Journey with me through this short course and let me know if you learn something new. Introduction A clause is a group of words that contain a subject and verb.
“Don’t let a little thing like…” is a pattern that means “don’t let that major obstacle stop you”. It is spoken sarcastically and affectionately with friends. Don’t let a little
Introduction To express firm resolution or determination, we have a variety of phrase patterns that we often use. The phrase pattern “X or no X” means that the conclusion will