5 September 2014

*SENTENCE COMBINATION*

Learning to combine ideas into more complex sentences is an important writing skill. There are many ways to do this. Try to combine the following three sentences.

Sentence 1: A $2,000 car has been introduced in India.
Sentence 2It is more available and affordable for the masses.
Sentence 3: It may also cause a number of problems in India and elsewhere.

5 comments:

Audrey L said...

A $2,000 car has been introduced lately and it is more available and affordable for the masses, but it may also cause a number of problems in India and elsewhere.

Liudmila said...

Although a $2,000 car which has been introduced in India is more available and affordable for the masses, it may also cause a number of problems in India and elsewhere.

Yu Jin said...

A $2,000 car has been introduced in India, it is more available and affordable for the masses, but it may also cause a number of problems in India and elsewhere.

BaileyPelech said...

There has been a $2,000 car that has been introduced in India, there are more models available and it is affordable for the masses. However, it may also cause a number of problems in India and elsewhere.

Michael said...

Good job, Audrey. But I would say try to include the fact that the car was introduced in India.

Good job, Liudmila. But avoid using "which" in restrictive clauses; use "that" instead.

Yu Jin and Bailey, watch out for the comma splice.

Bailey, you made two sentences (rather than one).