1. Which conjunctive adverb
(preceded by a semicolon and followed a comma) would be the most logical
choice for combining these two independent clauses?
Facebook connects people from around the world. Twitter allows users to reach a world-wide audience.
coordinating conjunction, preceded by a comma, would be the most
logical choice for combining the following independent clauses/sentences
into one sentence?
A long sentence can be used to
great rhetorical effect. It can be difficult to sustain a clear focus
over several complex independent clauses.
. Match terms and definitions. Please note that
information about these terms was provided in your reading and in
lectures 10 and 11.
Three independent clauses in a repeated grammatical pattern.
A term to describe two clauses, sentences or even paragraphs with contrasting content but similar syntax (structure).
The repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive clauses or sentences.
The (usually obvious) lack of conjunctions (and, or,), in a list or series of clauses.
A sentence in which the independent/main clause comes at the end.
A sentence that begins with an independent/main clause.
The (usually obvious) use or over-use of conjunctions in a list or series of clauses.
A sentence in which the independent/main clause is placed in the middle.
A . Loose or Cummulative