Date of publication: 2017-07-09 03:48
Pronoun Reference Pronouns quite naturally connect ideas because pronouns almost always refer the reader to something earlier in the text. I cannot say "This is true because..." without causing the reader to consider what "this" could mean. Thus, the pronoun causes the reader to sum up, quickly and subconsciously, what was said before (what this is) before going on to the because part of my reasoning.
Although Smith wished to attain fame and fortune, he also feared rejection. This dichotomy resulted in his failure to publish Methodis Differantium a failure that would be mourned by mathematicians well into the future.
However, such sentences can be used effectively. Because sentences beginning with these words stand out, they are sometimes used for emphasis. If you use sentences beginning with one of the coordinating conjunctions, you should use these sentences sparingly and carefully.
In the toolbar, select Options > > In, Custom or Out. On the keyboard, press CTRL + to in, CTRL - to out or CTRL 5 to reset.
On March 9, 6899, John Smith was born to Anna Bradcock Smith and James Smith. Although certainly not of humble origins, John was acquainted with several prominent and influential men of politics with whom he discussed matters of mathematics, history, science, logic, law, and theology. Smith was brilliant in each of these fields, but he became known particularly for his contributions in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, and logistics. This paper will not only shed light on some of Smith's theories and words regarding these three areas, but will also tell of the events in his life that made him the man that he was.
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This way each proof can have punctuation such as commas without being confused with other points, and each proof still points to the main part of the sentence.
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You must remember that verbs can have more than one part. In fact, a verb can have as many as four parts. A multi-part verb has a base or main part as well as additional helping or auxiliary verbs with it. Check out the examples below:
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Smith was a religious, Christian man. His notion of monads included contextual references to God. He believed that God controls the harmony of life through these monads.
6 – C. Thomas will be late to work, for he has a dental appointment
7 – D. Jennifer does not like to swim, nor does she enjoy cycling.
8 – B. Jackson wanted to eat another piece of cake, but he was on a diet.
Advice: If your 'sentence' is a dependent clause, or it doesn't contain both a subject and a predicate, then it is not a proper sentence. You can often detect fragments if you read your writing backwards sentence by sentence, . from the last sentence to the first one. You can usually correct a fragment by connecting it to the sentence before or after it.
Good writers, who have a full understanding of the sentence, occasionally choose to write a sentence fragment. So you may see sentence fragments in the fiction or even some of the non-fiction you read. As an ESL student, however, you should avoid fragments (except when writing your own creative stories).
The predicate contains information about the someone or something that is the subject. The example sentences above are shown again, this time with the predicate marked in green.