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    Please help answer the following questions about grammar and essay writing techniques.

    1. Explain how you decide when to stop a sentence or add on to a sentence.

    2. Identify three (3) rules of grammar that writers should learn in order to help their readers understand their ideas.

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    1. Explain how you decide when to stop a sentence or add on to a sentence.

    As an English teacher, I usually tell students that one very good way to figure out how to stop or add onto a sentence is to figure out where its subject and predicate are (it's subject and verb). Break it down and ask questions. Mary went to the store. Mary did what? Went. Okay, so we have a sentence.

    Now, if you don't have an answer to the question, if your sentence ...

    Solution Summary

    Three grammar rules that can help your readers understand your ideas (as a writer). It helps explain how to decided when to stop or add onto a sentence. It also helps identify the rules of grammar writers should learn to help their readers understand their ideas.

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