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Sentence Patterns 1-6

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1.  The following sentence is an example of Sentence Pattern #3:Remember Yogi Berra's advice: It ain't over till it's over.
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2.  The following sentence is an example of Sentence Pattern #1: Gloria, try on these jeans; they seem to be your size.
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3.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #6. Appositive, appositive, appositive -- summary word S V. 
4.  Sentence Pattern #3 is...
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5.  The following sentence is an example of which sentence pattern?Bill played a musical number by Bach; Joan, Beethoven.
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6.  The following sentence is an example of Sentence Pattern #6:Gluttony, lust, envy -- which is the worst sin?
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7.  Sentence Pattern #1 is...
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8.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #2.S V DO or SC; S, DO or SC.
9.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #3: Remember that both parts are independent clauses.General statement (idea) : specific statement (example).
10.  Sentence Pattern #5 is a series of balanced pairs.
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11.  The following sentence is an example of which sentence pattern?It took courage, skill, knowledge -- and he had them all.
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12.  The following sentence is an example of which sentence pattern?Great artists often seem to occur in pairs: Michelangelo and da Vinci, Gaugin and van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne.
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13.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #5. (A series of balanced pairs.)A and B, C and D, E and F.
14.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #4. (A series in any place in the sentence.)A, B, C
15.  Write an example of Sentence Pattern #1.S V; S V.
16.  The following sentence is an example of Sentence Pattern #3:As long as rivers shall run down to the sea, or shadows touch the mountains, or stars graze in the vault of heaven, so long shall your honor, your name, your praises endure. ~ Virgil, Ecologies
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