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Types of speech
An adjective describes a noun
sturdy, fat, tall, short, thin
A conjunction connects two different clauses
Types of conjunctions
Subordinate conjunctions are conjunctions that are in complex sentences
Coordinated conjunctions are conjunctions in compound sentences
For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So
A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun
He, she, it, they, them
A noun is a naming word
Types of nouns
A collective noun is a noun that represents a group
School of fish, group of people, murder of crows
A common noun is a noun that is used in everyday context
Chair, table, whiteboard
A proper noun is a name of someone/place/time
London, Owen, Friday
An abstract noun is something that we can't see (feelings)
A preposition is a position word
Above, below, to the side, next to
An adverb is a word that describes a verb
A interjection is an interuption
Verbs are doing words
An articles is if it's direct or indirect
The boy was walking through the door
He was walking through the door
A compound sentence is a sentence with two independent clauses
A complex sentence is a sentence with a independent clause and a dependent clause
A simple sentence is a sentence that is an independent clause
A dependent clause is a clause that relies on another clause
An independent clause is a clause that doesn't need to rely on another clause
A = Analysis
The analysis is explaining how your evidence is linked to your point and how it proves it
E = Evidence
The evidence is the statistics/a fact that no one can argue with.
L = Link
The link connects this paragraph to your next.
P = Point
The point is the idea of the paragraph and links back to the main topic
Explains how the main points of the article link together/prove your main point.
Wraps up the main points of the article
The closing sentence links back to the introduction with a sense of closure.
The topic sentence rephrases the main point of the article
The thesis statement is about what the article is about (the main idea of the story).
The more information is about writing some interesting facts about the topic.
A sentence or two about what you think of the topic. So your idea on the moral of the story.
The hook is something that gets the reader intrigued and thinking.