Writing forceful sentences : part 2
Discusses five devices for putting power into sentences. Includes (1) arranging words in order of importance, (2) keeping the main idea in the main clause, (3) keeping the minor clause at the beginning, and the major clause at the end, (4) keeping the reader in suspense until the end, and (5) arranging words in an unnatural order. Examples of simple, powerful sentences are read.
Edwin L. Peterson; WQED; Carl Freeborn; Larry Flavin
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
English language; Grammar; Writing
National Educational Television
IUL Moving Image Archive
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