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1.7: Writing Good Solid Sentences

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    19994
  • Visit the Purdue OWL (owl.purdue.edu) and find materials to learn about and summarize what makes a good solid sentence.

     

    Exercises

    In-class Exercise 1.7: Sentences

    In your Literacy Journal, write notes for each heading. Then consolidate these into a summary.

    Qualities of a Complete Sentence

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    When to Use Commas

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    Define a sentence fragment

    Compare and contrast Run-ons & Comma Splices

     

    Unit 1 Review

    In complete sentences and paragraphs, answer the following questions to review what you’ve learned in Unit 1 of this textbook.

    1. Identify the Topic of Unit 1.
    2. Identify and define Key Words/Terms from Unit 1.
    3. Identify and explain the Main Ideas from Unit 1.
    4. Visit the Course Resources section at the back of this book and learn how to write Sentence Summaries. Then, write a sentence summary for Unit 1. (Note: the information you’ve provided in questions 1-3 will help you to compose a condensed Sentence Summary of Unit 1).
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