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Started by Jon Aug 05 2013, 22:19

Jon
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Aug 05 2013, 22:19
Insertion questions can be really simple if you know how sentences generally link together in any language. But our natural way of communicating in any language isn't as precisely linked together as it should be. In fact, most of us think the way we speak, which is very disjointed. For example, we all change topics with friends at a dinner party too quickly. Very few of us present our spoken thoughts logically step-by-step. But writing needs this connectivity sentence-by-sentence. The good news is with only a handful of simple grammar rules, you can master the art of finding the connection between sentences very quickly!

Ask us, and we'll explain those rules here in this form!



Wellington
Posts: 1
Jun 14 2014, 17:37
Hi, can you please explain me those rules?



Samer
Posts: 5
Nov 20 2014, 00:05
Insertion question will be more easy if you try to search for pronouns, which may increase your comprehension. Consequently, you may determine the right place to insert the sentence.



Jon
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Posts: 13
Apr 06 2015, 10:00
Agreed, Samer. You can also think of THE as a pronoun, too.