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Copy of Writing Paragraphs
Transcript of Copy of Writing Paragraphs
Four and five sentences which expand this idea by giving.
A paragraph is made of three kinds of sentences:
1. Using linking words:
Also-As well as-Firstly-Next-Then- Finally- So thus-
As a result-Because-Therefore-For example-
For instance- In contrast- On the other hand.
2. Using pronouns:
Once mentioned Jack = He , Susan= She,
The community = it.
3. Starting sentences in different ways.
Unity: All the sentences refer to the main idea
Coherence: The sentences should be organized in a logical way and should follow a definite plan of development.
I live in a house in Izmit. It isn’t old or modern. It’s a normal Turkish house. We can say it is near to the sea. It takes about 10 minutes to go to the sea side on foot. We have one bedroom, one living room. We also have two rooms, too. We use them as a dining room. Naturally, we have a kitchen, a bathroom, and a toilet. I live with my parents. And our house has a little garden; my parents spend their time to grow vegetables and fruit.
Thank you for your attention
I live in a flat with my family. We have two bedrooms and a living room. We have a garden and we have some flowers there. In weekdays I arrive home at five o’clock and I have lunch. Then I do my homework and I go to bed. I had a computer but now it doesn’t work. I have a brother and a sister and I think I am very lucky to live with them. Sometimes our relatives visit us. Our flat becomes very crowded sometimes but I like it.
M. Estefanía Rodríguez
You should plan briefly your points
HOW DO YOU MAKE YOUR PARAGRAPHS FLOW?
The descriptive paragraph:
This type of paragraph describes something and shows the reader what a thing or a person is like.
The narrative paragraph:
This type of paragraph tells a story. There's a sequence of action or there's a clear beginning, middle, and end to the paragraph.
The expository paragraph:
This type of paragraph explains something or provides instruction.
The persuasive paragraph:
This type of paragraph tries to get the reader to accept a particular point of view or understand the writer's position.