Monday, April 03, 2006

Style #6

This lesson is on emphasis. It says that your readers want you to use the end of the sentences to help them manage long and complex phrases and clauses, as well as new information particularly unfamiliar technical terms. In order to integrate this you should first have a fixed topic, a variety of short, simple, and familiar sentences with new, long, complex sentences. There should also be a fixed subject and verb with a variety of characters and actions. To find the point of view of the sentence yo ucan look in either the beginning or the end. Changing where you place the point of few can add emphasis. In order to create a sense of coherence, you should repeat the idea as topics of sentences and place htem usually in the subject. Also, repeat them as themes in other places in the passage in nouns, verbs, and adjectives. If you do this the reader will understand the passage better.

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