dbmeier_more patterns for the grammar genius

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Rachael Koestartyo ESL33B 7:30-10:30 Prof. Meier 30 June 2009 More Sentence Patterns for the Grammar Genius 1. Write a compound/complex sentence with an adjective clause in the first independent clause and an adverb clause in the second independent clause. Mrs. Auld, who taught Douglas how to read, turned against Douglas, and decided to stop teaching Douglas because she realized that Douglas would be a smart person. 2. Write a sentence using a “whose” clause to describe an object; then reduce the “whose” clause to an absolute phrase. The college student argues with the preacher whose belief should be questioned. Absolute phrase: The college student argues with the preacher, his belief questioned. 3. Write a sentence using a “whose” clause to describe a subject; then reduce the “whose” clause to an absolute phrase. James, whose tooth hurt, could not eat. Absolute phrase: James, his tooth hurt, could not eat. 4.
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