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Sentence-Combining Practice (Grades 7-11)
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Sentence-Combining Practice (Grades 7-11)An excellent approach to developing students' writing style is practicing sentence combining, which involves combining short, choppy sentences into longer, smoother, and more complex ones. There are two kinds of sentence-combining exercises in Sentence Combining Practice: signaled and unsignaled. Signaled exercises give students specific suggestions on how to combine groups of sentences, called clusters. Unsignaled (or open) sentence clusters encourage students to experiment on their own.
Answer keys are included.

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Tags: students, sentences, combining, Practice, clusters, sentence, exercises
Kipper's Diary - Reading Tree: Level 1+: First Sentences
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Kipper's Diary - Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: First SentencesKipper's Diary - Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: First Sentences

The Level 1+ Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories, written by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta, provide a rich story context to help develop language comprehension and decoding skills.
First Sentences and More First Sentences A, B and C introduce children to stories told through complete sentences to provide practice of high frequency vocabulary to build confidence and fluency. Patterned Stories and More Patterned Stories A practise vocabulary in the context of a repeated sentence structure to help develop confidence and fluency.
Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading.

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Tags: First, Stories, Sentences, Level, Patterned, Kipper
CAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLE
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CAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLECAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLE

This table will help students learn or remember both the structures of causative verbs (active & passive)  and the structure of conditional sentences : Zero, first, second, third and mixed.
 
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INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)
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INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)

This useful table will help you learn how to invert sentences in English. Depending on the negative adverbial you have,the inversion will take place in the first part or in the second part of the sentence. Using this table, you will see at a glance when each kind of inversion is required without the need to refer to any other book.
 
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Come On, Phonics 1 Alphabet: Teaching Material
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Come On, Phonics 1 Alphabet: Teaching MaterialCome On, Phonics is a five-level series designed to teach phonics through an easy and child-centered approach. Beginners start by learning the sounds of the alphabet and writing individual letters and then progress to blending sounds, spelling, and reading simple sentences. Students gain the confidence to read English words and have fun doing it.

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Tags: sounds, Phonics, simple, sentences, reading, confidence, Students
Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences - Grammar short Lesson
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Complex and Compound-Complex Sentences - Grammar short LessonComplex and Compound-Complex Sentences - Grammar short Lesson

Complex sentence
Examine the following sentences.
    I will say what I like.
    When we went there we found that he had gone.
Sentence 1 consists of two clauses –   >>> Read More.
 
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Tags: Complex, Compound-Complex, clauses, Sentences, Grammar, Lesson, short
Simple and Compound Sentences - Grammar short Lesson
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Simple and Compound Sentences - Grammar short LessonSimple and Compound Sentences - Grammar short Lesson

According to their meaning and word order, sentences are divided into four classes – assertive, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory. But according to their clause structure, sentences can be divided into four different kinds – simple, compound, complex and compound-complex.  >>> Read More.
 
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