Essay for Discussion and Writing: "Everyone Pays the Price." PART II: WRITING SENTENCES. Subjects: Implied Subjects; Trouble with Prepositional Phrases and the Words Here and There.
Writing Sentences: Simple, Compound, Complex, Compound-Complex.
He is a tenured professor of English at Santa Ana College, where he has taught for twenty-four years. For recreation he does bodybuilding, backpacks, plays the clarinet, drives his fully restored 1953 yellow and white Chevrolet Bel Air, listens to music, and reads eclectically and voraciously.
COMBINING SENTENCES, AVOIDING OMISSIONS, ACHIEVING SENTENCE VARIETY.
Punctuation with Semicolons and Conjunctive Adverbs.
Coordination and Subordination: The Compound-Complex Sentence. Punctuation of Complicated Compound or Compound-Complex Sentences.
Lee Brandon is the author of twelve college English textbooks with Cengage Learning, including the best-selling series, Sentences, Paragraphs, and Beyond with Integrated Readings, and Paragraphs and Essays with Integrated Readings and the highly successful At a Glance series.
He has served as chair of the English Department at Mt.
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