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There isn't any such factor as an excessive amount of writing perform. those two-part binder courses construct talents incrementally from brilliant thought to polished ultimate product. those stimulating classes will allow scholars to really benefit from the writing method. contains features of Writing correlation.

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By Joanne Suter

There isn't any such factor as an excessive amount of writing perform. those two-part binder courses construct talents incrementally from brilliant thought to polished ultimate product. those stimulating classes will allow scholars to really benefit from the writing method. contains features of Writing correlation.

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The herd stampeded. 4. Everyone applauded. 6. The Titanic sank. Now compare your improved sentences with a classmate’s. Notice how details affect sentence meaning. Saddleback Publishing, Inc. com • Beginning Writing 2 23 NAME DATE IMPROVING SENTENCES: AVOIDING CLICHÉS Writers try to avoid clichés—overused expressions that most of us have heard many times. Instead of using clichés, make your points with original words. A. To avoid using clichés, you must first recognize them. Underline the cliché in each sentence.

______________________________________________________________ CHALLENGE: Use the topic sentence and answers above to write a narrative paragraph. Write your one-paragraph story on the back of this sheet. 40 Beginning Writing 2 • Saddleback Publishing, Inc. com NAME DATE GETTING COMFORTABLE WITH PARAGRAPHS: USING TRANSITIONS I Good writers use transitional words or phrases to guide their readers through a paragraph. These words show the connection between one sentence and another. TRANSITIONS THAT SHOW T I M E at the same time before long meanwhile afterward finally once at last soon after as TRANSITIONS THAT SHOW HOW ONE IDEA RELATES TO ANOTHER then first today next later as a result in conclusion in addition for example fortunately therefore another however indeed even so also most importantly A.

Yelled: ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ surprised: ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ quickly: ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ CHALLENGE: On the back of this sheet, rewrite each of the above sentences. Use a synonym in place of each boldface word. Choose the synonym you think is most effective. ) 26 Beginning Writing 2 • Saddleback Publishing, Inc. com NAME DATE IMPROVING SENTENCES: USING SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS TO SUGGEST MEANING Sometimes writers use synonyms (words with nearly the same meaning) and antonyms (words with opposite meanings) to help their readers understand difficult words.

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