Learning summary

Observe how sentences are built around main clauses. Explore the affect of subordinate and embedded clauses and adverbials.

Coverage

Starts with a look at the difference between simple, compound and complex sentences before giving examples of each. Main and subordinate clauses are explained and co-ordinating conjunctions are listed and examples are given of their usage in connecting clauses.

Examples of subordinate clauses are given showing how they do not make sense on their own. Demonstrates how conjunctions can turn main clauses into the subordinate ones. Explains and gives examples of relative and embedded clauses. Finally, describes the function of adverbial phrases and how they build up detail within a sentence. Examples of adverbials for time, place, manner, degree and frequency are given and fronted adverbials are also explained as - you know - adverbials at the front of sentence.


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