Combination of Sentences - 324

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Combination of Sentences.


(Synthesis)

Any composition, whether it is a letter, a story or a whole book, is built up of sentences. These sentences are of very different length. They may be of one word only, as when we ask: What? or Where? or any similar question which is really a contracted sentence.

What? generally means what did you say?
Where? may mean Where is it? or Where did it happen?

Sentences may be of two or three or four words, as:—

He smokes.
I like mangoes.
They are at school.

And they may be so long that you have to read them several times before you understand them. In all good writing you have a mixture of short and long sentences. We do not often find a long piece of prose written in only short sentences.

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