viernes, 14 de abril de 2017

REVISION, REVISION, REVISION...


 Resultado de imagen para syntax

SYNTAX THEORY: Sentences can be divided into:
  • Type of sentence by STRUCTURE
1- SIMPLE sentence
2- COMPOUND sentence
3- COMPLEX sentence
4- COMPLEX-COMPUND sentence
  • Type of sentence by PURPOSE
1- DECLARATIVE sentence
2- INTERROGATIVE  sentence
3- EXCLAMATORY sentence
4- IMPERATIVE sentence



Watch the video and answer the questions I've prepared for you.


Source (VIDEO): www.goodatesl.com
How much have you scored? Do you need to revise your study notes?


stella :-)

23 comentarios:

  1. Hi Stella, I cannot watch this video. I have tried from the computer and the cellphone with no luck.

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  2. Are you using CHROME? Have you got the FLASH PLUG IN updated? Refresh the page and try again.
    st :-)

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  3. Hi Stella. I scored 7 out of 7. The page asked me to send you the results but I didn't know your "teacher's code"...

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  6. Hello Stella.This Video is great! I can practise a lot. I scored 7 out of 7 but I don't know your teacher's code.

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  7. Great video, easy to follow and understand. Score 7/7.

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  8. Hi people! Who can help me?? I cannot see neither the video nor the activities.

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  9. I have just watched the video!Very interesting and useful!! Score 7/7 :). I tried to sent my answers twice but there is sth. that is not working :(

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  10. It is weird but I was allowed to watch the video when I closed my gmail account and entered the blog without it.

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  12. I have doubts about the question do compound sentences have coordinators?. I have answered "sometimes" because I knew that you can also use a semi-colon to join two independent clauses in a compound sentece. Am I wrong?. However, I've enjoyed the video as it was very useful information for me. Thanks!

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    1. You're right. BUT the video doesn't mention this "special case". Don't worry, you can ALSO use a semicolon to coordinate two indep. clauses.
      st :-)

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  13. Excellent!!! I scored 7 out of 7. Great video <3

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  14. Thank you for sharing the vídeo, Stella! It is so clear and very easy to understand :) I scored 7 out of 7 but I don't know the code yet. It is necessary for you that I send it?

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  16. Great video!so clear and easy to follow.I scored 7 out of 7.

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  17. I'm afraid you cannot send me the score (some thech issues). Anyhow, you can PASTE the answers in your portfolio.
    st ;-)

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