My Sentence Analysis, Sentence Guidelines, Punctuation PPT

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Unformatted text preview: Grammar Principles: Marriott School of Management Sentence Basics & Punctuation Overview Marriott School of Management Grammar is complex. Remember the issues. Overview Marriott School of Management Subject Verb Complement (the rest) Sentence Overview Marriott School of Management Overview Marriott School of Management Overview Marriott School of Management Sentence A Word Guidelines Marriott School of Management Efficient Appropriately Precise Easily Understood Socially Acceptable Correct in Spelling Correct in Meaning (compliment, complement) Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Strategy to Classify Sentences: 1. Identify the subjects and the verbs . Underline them appropriately. 2. Cross out phrases. A phrase lacks a subject or verb. 3. Identify Independent Clauses and Dependent Clauses . 4. Circle conjunctions 5. Classify Sentence Type. Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Simple: 1 independent + 0 dependent Compound: 2 independent + 0 dependent Complex: 1 independent + 1+ dependent Compound-complex: 2 independent + 1+ dependent Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Simple: 1 independent + 0 dependent Compound: 2 independent + 0 dependent Complex: 1 independent + 1+ dependent Compound-complex: 2 independent + 1+ dependent The Dating Game: A Sentence Type Mnemonic Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Simple: No girlfriend. Life is simple . You are one independent clause . Compound: You find a girlfriend! You hold hands. Two independent clauses together, leading a compound life. Complex: Your girlfriend gets clingy and dependent. You are one independent clause and one dependent clause . Life gets complex ! Compound-complex: You find another girlfriend and your old one still hangs around. You are two independent clauses with a dependent Mnemonic: The Dating Game Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Time to Practice Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Classify these sentences: 1. Finishing his race, James noticed his family waiting at the finish line. 2. Catherine outlined the key agenda items, and then the discussion started. 3. If you are available this afternoon, Id love to meet with you to discuss your portfolio strategy. 4. The company will use the new software if you install it by next Monday; otherwise, they will return it to the previous vendor. Sentence Types Marriott School of Management Examples Simple: Finishing his race , James noticed his family waiting at the finish line....
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