GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.3 Language Conventions and Usage

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GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
Language Conventions and UsageEdit to correct parallelism, subordination, and coordination to ensure proper sentence construction
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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the drop down menu and choose the option that correctly

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complaints your sentence options right here All right yanks transitions

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Everyone has to deal with them sometime It like as

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a teenager when our face briefly transitions into a pepperoni

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pizza it's Not a pretty sight but transitions also help

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us tie ideas together and organize them in your co

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parent pattern Otherwise we're just spouting gibberish This aspiring young

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applicant wants to prove his skills and so he gives

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us a lengthy description of his duties in school And

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then in the second paragraph he talks about his job

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and business and marketing So how should he link these

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statements now Maybe if his school duties had included cleaning

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bathrooms taking out trash and taming the bosses that lion

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well it makes sense that he therefore had to take

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a new job But that's not the case There's No

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contrast being made which is what would be implied by

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the transition word Conversely and there's No direct cause and

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effect relationship which is what consequently indicates Instead the writer

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adds yet another qualification to his list of skills which

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makes further more the appropriate transition Because it shows that

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he's well furthering or information is correct Now is it

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a nice one Were flowing but just avoid sharp rocks