Mastering english grammar, Compound sentences, Book 5, Moeller D., 2021

Mastering english grammar, Compound sentences, Book 5, Moeller D., 2021.

    Welcome to Book 5: Compound Sentences, a book that teaches four simple ways to join two sentences together.
This e-book is a study of the second of the four sentence types—the compound sentence.
In Book 4 of this series, we learned that sentences are built upon the backs of subjects and verbs. Here in Book 5 we take that understanding of what makes simple sentences and build upon it.

Mastering english grammar, Compound sentences, Book 5, Moeller D., 2021


Semicolons Between Two Mirror-Image Sentences.
Previously we learned that a semicolon can create a compound sentence by connecting two closely related sentences.

The idea of closely related, however, is a vague one. It is likely that any two sentences that appear in a sequence of sentences can be considered closely related. After all, if they weren’t closely related, they probably wouldn’t be adjacent to one another.

The idea of closely related leaves the judgment up to the writer. If you—as the writer—believe that two sentences are more closely related than normal, you are perfectly justified in joining them with a semicolon instead of separating them with a period and a capital letter.

However, there is a situation in which using a semicolon is more obligatory and far less a matter of subjective opinion. When two sentences share the same sentence pattern and some of the same words, the close relationship of those two sentences demands a semicolon. We can call such sentences mirror-image sentences.

Contents.
General Introduction: Mastering English Grammar.
Introduction to Book 5: Compound Sentences.
Lesson 1: Using Coordinating Conjunctions to Create Compound Sentences.
Lesson 2: The Five Lesser-Used Coordinating Conjunctions.
Lesson 3: Subjects and Verbs in Compound Sentences.
Using Conjunctive Adverbs to Create Compound Sentences.
Lesson 4: Conjunctive Adverbs of Time.
Lesson 5: Conjunctive Adverbs of Similarity and Difference.
Lesson 6: Conjunctive Adverbs of Examples and Cause-and-Effect.
Lesson 7: Using Semicolons (;) to Create Compound Sentences.
Lesson 8: Subjects and Verbs in Compound Sentences Created from Conjunctive Adverbs and Semicolons.
Lesson 9: Semicolons Between Two Mirror-Image Sentences.
Lesson 10: Using Colons (:) to Create Compound Sentences.
Lesson 11: Error Correction.
Lesson 12: Composing with Coordinating Conjunctions.
Lesson 13: Composing with Conjunctive Adverbs.
Lesson 14: Composing with Semicolons and Colons.
Lesson 15: Beginning a Sentence with a Conjunction.
Lesson 16: So Vs. So That.
Lesson 17: Compound Sentences Versus Less-Than-Compound Sentences.
Lesson 18: The Short Conjunctive Adverb Exception.
Lesson 19: Moving Conjunctive Adverbs to the Right.
Lesson 20: Two Exceptions to Using a Comma.
Lesson 21: Moving Between Types of Compound Sentences.
Compound Sentences Glossary of Terms.
Test Questions.
Test Part 1: Composition.
Test Part 2: Clause Recognition.
Test Part 3: Semicolon and Colon Use.
Test Part 4: Error Recognition I.
Test Part 5: Error Recognition II.
Test Part 6: Exceptions-to-the-Rule Recognition I.
Test Part 7: Exceptions-to-the-Rule Recognition II.
Titles in the Mastering English Grammar Series.



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