Structure of a good sentence (Type of sentence (Or inside the sentence…
Structure of a good sentence
Use more ambitiuos vocabulary. Saying the 'red' cat was jumping won't get you a mark
Use other adjectives such as
Add on to your verbs to portray your characters better
Bit by Bit
Without a sound
Adverbs don't have to end in a 'ly'
Use more adventurous language
And, so and but are not good connectives
Examples of basic to good connectives
as a result
for this reason
in the end
Use different nouns. Use pronouns aswell
pronouns are not nouns
Eg a paragraph that repeats 'the boy' could be changed by saying the young man, main character, our hero, his actual name, he and more
Use different types of punctuation to give your sentence more power
Check your work making sure you haven't repeated any words
After the test check what comments the teacher has left
Type of sentence
a sentence containing a subordinate clause or clauses.
a sentence with more than one subject or predicate.
a sentence consisting of only one clause, with a single subject and predicate.
Or inside the sentence have either