Clause_Informal Letter

We should NOT STOP LEARNING, for LIFE NEVER STOPS TEACHING!ūüôā
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We should NOT STOP LEARNING, for LIFE NEVER STOPS TEACHING!ūüôā

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EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES
I will be able to:
* recall and identify 'clause' and its types.
* recall, identify and differentiate among simple, compound and complex sentences.
* recall the format of informal letter writing, and write an informal letter on the given topic.

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What is a sentence?

A sentence is a set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate, conveying a statement, question, exclamation, or command, and consisting of an independent clause and sometimes one or more subordinate clauses.

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Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences
                      A simple sentence contains one independent clause. 
‚Äú                    Amy rode her bike to the park.
                  
                      A compound sentence contains two independent clauses joined with a 
                      coordinating conjunction. 
                      Amy rode her bike to the park, but Amy did not play with her friend Samara.
          
                      A complex sentence contains one independent clause and one (or more) dependent                          clauses, and it contains at least one subordinating conjunction. 
                      Amy rode her bike to the park today, even though it has been raining heavily outside                          since early morning.

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IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF EACH OF THE SENTENCES ON THE NEXT SLIDES.

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I always drink tea in the morning.
A
Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Recycling reduces trash, and less trash leads to healthier oceans.

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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Van Gogh was a gifted artist, but his art was not appreciated during his lifetime.
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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Today I ate eggs, toast, and bacon for breakfast.

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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Since recycling leads to healthier oceans, everyone should recycle.

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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Although we now consider Van Gogh to be a gifted artist, his genius was not appreciated during his lifetime.
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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Since the soldiers did not obey orders, they were discharged.

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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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The soldiers did not obey orders, so they were discharged.

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Simple
B
Compound
C
Complex

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Practice Question
Write a letter to your younger brother advising him to inculcate the habit of reading the newspaper on a daily basis.

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Write the sender's address.
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Write the date.
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Write the salutation.
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Write the introductory
paragraph.
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Write the second
paragraph.
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Write the concluding
paragraph.
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Write the complimentary
close.
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Home Fun: Weave a story based on the given conversation. (Page No. 174)

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Now, I CAN:
* recall and identify 'clause' and its types.
* recall, identify and differentiate among simple, compound and complex sentences.
* recall the format of informal letter writing, and write an informal letter on the given topic.
A
Strongly agree
B
Agree
C
Not sure
D
I need some help.

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