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Week 6 Day 1 - Week 6 Day 1 Chapter 8 The Language of...

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Week 6 Day 1 Chapter 8 The Language of Argument Style - Effect style captures reader’s attention with well-crafted sentences - Verbal modifiers, parallel structure, concrete sentence subjects, active voice verbs Verbal Modifiers - Also known as participles - Increase sentence fluency and combine ideas to express logical relationships - Useful for choppy sentences and expanding meaning - A verbal is a verb form that has no subject of its own, but depends on the sentence subject or a noun close to it, to perform its action - Eliminate repetition - Reduce 2 sentences or clauses - Take the “ing” form of the verb, but take the past participle or “ed” form and the infinitive or “to” form Dangling Modifiers - The person or object serving as the sentence subject must work logically as the agent of the modifier - When the logical agent of the verbal is missing from the sentence, it is said to dangle Parallelism - Used to organize items in a sentence and ideas The Structure of Parallelism - Repetition of like grammatical units—a list of items—often joined by the conjunctions
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