grammer study - expressive second draft

grammer study - expressive second draft - favorite band and...

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Romero 1 Jonathon Romero Professor Junkins Composition 1 25 April 2011 Grammar Study – Expressive Second Draft Point of View or Person- Reserve you for direct address, writing that addresses the reader directly. Incorrect: Then, you always the gothic cliques that wear nothing but black. Correct: Along with all that there are always the gothic cliques that wear nothing but black. Comma Error with Coordinating Conjunctions- Never use a comma when a coordinating conjunction links only two words, two phrases, or two dependent clauses. Do use a comma when a coordinating conjunction links two or more independent clauses. Incorrect: All the way home from Toy World, we listen to the new CD from our new
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Unformatted text preview: favorite band and I silently realize to myself that I was the freak at the concert. Correct: All the way home from Toy World, we listen to the new CD from our new favorite band, and I silently realize to myself that I was the freak at the concert. Comma Error with Introductory Clauses- A comma follows any introductory element that comes before an independent clause. Incorrect: When I reach the front I hand over my seven dollars, and in return I receive a bright orange wristband. Correct: When I reach the front, I hand over my seven dollars, and in return I receive a bright orange wristband....
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