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A collection of WriteAlong lessons created by Katherine Learnard.
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Writers use active voice to make their writing strong, clear, and direct. Let’s practice making sure that every sentence in our writing is in active voice.
Writers use complete sentences to make their writing clear and professional. Let’s practice finding and correcting the type of run-on sentence known as the “comma splice.”
Writers make conscious decisions about which verb tense to use, then use it consistently. Let’s practice making sure our verb tense is consistent.
Writers use the conditional mood to express uncertainty. Let’s practice writing sentences that contain verbs in the conditional mood.
Writers use verbs in the subjunctive mood to express imaginary or hoped-for conditions. Let’s practice using verbs in the subjunctive mood.
Writers use prepositional phrases to convey specific meaning. Let’s practice adding prepositional phrases to our sentences.
Writers use appositives to clarify meaning and add interest. Let’s practice adding appositives to our sentences.