Four Types Of Basic Structure In The English Language

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Do you know how the essay was established by the sentences? Do you know how many types of the sentences have to have in a paragraph or an essay? How they are different from each other? And how can they work in the essays which make the reading more exciting to the reader? A basic structure is a sentence that is a group of words include subjects and verbs. However, if the sentences are too short, or it is not completely thought; it makes the essay boring and unexciting to the reader. In English language art, there are four types of the sentences; simple, compound, complex and compound-complex which combines together in an essay, and these lead the reader have an inspiration to read an essay.

First of all, one of a basic types is the simple sentence. A simple sentence is a group of words that include a subject (one or more) and a verb (one or more) that has only one sentence. Moreover, in the simple sentences, all the subjects have to come before the verbs, and the structure of the simple sentence is “S + V” which mean subject plus verb. For example, “I go to work.” with “I” is a
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The compound-complex sentence is the sentences that combine with a compound and complex sentence. Furthermore, the compound-complex sentences have to have two independent clauses pairing with one dependent clause. For example, “I go to work full time, and I go to school full time because I want to be successful” In this case, “I go to work full time, and I go to school full time” is a compound sentence, and “I go to school full time because I want to be successful” is a complex sentence. In the other hand, the compound-complex sentence is the sentence that has an adjective clause. Other examples of adjective clause, “The house which I offered is still on the market.” In this case, “which I offered” is an adjective clause. Overall, the clauses in compound-complex sentence can be in any order, but they have to follow with the punctuation

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