Motivation makes all the difference. And what's more motivating than the expectation of success? The instructions are clear and to the point, so students can quickly get down to writing practice in these 64-page eBook worktexts. Helpful prompts pack the worktext lesson pages including illustrations, examples, and sample responses. Sample Content: book and movie reviews, travelogue, a character sketch, fashions.
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Describing a Minor Event
Describing Seasons Winter and Summer
Eyewitness Moon Landing
Clothing of the Future
Usage Formal and Informal English
Describing a Mood
Thoughts of a Pet
A Scary Place
Describing Seasons Fall and Spring
Armchair Travel A Foreign City
Fun With Hyperbole
The Writing Process Developing Ideas
A Memorable Experience
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active voice animal behavior astronaut basic skills practice begin with vivid catalog entry characters choose clothing complete complex sentence compound sentence compound-complex sentence Developing an Outline different visual picture example sentences F to show Fall and Spring fashion show figurative language finished your rough firefighter Firefighter's Heroic Rescue following sentences formal English grammar help your reader imagine independent clause informal English lesson Louvre Memorable Experience method of development minor event mood moon landing passive voice picture shows picture to someone pizza product or service punctuation raw fish Read each sentence reader visualize rewrite each sentence sales brochure sentence consists Sentence Structure shows a typical smells Suppose you want tell topic transitional words Verb Voices visualize the scene Vivid Adjectives vivid nouns vivid verb want to describe wasabi Winter and Summer write a description Write a paragraph Write an eyewitness Write two sentences written description Year's Day
Page 52 - Write T or F to show whether each statement below is true or false. 1.
Page 20 - A complex sentence consists of one independent clause and one or more dependent, or subordinate, clauses.
Page 52 - VOICE If the subject performs the action, the verb is in the active voice. If the subject is acted upon, the verb is in the passive voice.
Page 21 - Now write an example sentence of your own to illustrate each structure. 1. SIMPLE SENTENCE: 2. COMPOUND SENTENCE: 3. COMPLEX SENTENCE: 4. COMPOUND-COMPLEX SENTENCE: What would it be like to visit the moon?
Page 20 - A main clause is also called a subordinate clause. A main clause can stand alone as a sentence.