Sentence Combining - [Exercise 1:] Using various kinds of...

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Unformatted text preview: [Exercise 1:] Using various kinds of words and phrases (prepositional, verbal, and appositive), combine each of the following word groups into one clear, meaningful sentence. Do not include any subordinate clauses. Changes in wording and in the order of ideas are permitted, provided they do not affect the intended meaning. Write the revised sentences on the lines provided, adding punctuation and capitalization as necessary. Suggestions for beginning the sentences for the first five groups of ideas are shown in brackets. 6. (Antonia won the chess match) (she had planned her strategy very carefully) (she won in ten bold moves) _______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ 7. (The friends set out before dawn) (they were going on a fishing trip) (they hoped to start fishing at daylight) _______________________________________________________________________________...
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