- What is the comparative form of distant?
- What is Latin for distant?
- What is the comparative and superlative of further?
- How can I check my sentence is correct or not?
- How do you write a strong sentence?
- How do you start a powerful sentence?
- What is a catchy opening sentence?
- What can I write instead of him her?
What is the comparative form of distant?
“distant” changes to “more distant” “useful” changes to “more useful” etc. But most adjectives will add simply -er for the comparative, yes. L.
What is Latin for distant?
seposita. So, this is how you say “distant” in latin.
What is the comparative and superlative of further?
Further is called the comparative. Furthest is the superlative.
How can I check my sentence is correct or not?
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How do you write a strong sentence?
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- Keep it simple. Long sentences or overly complex sentences don’t necessarily make sophisticated sentence writing.
- Use concrete rhetoric.
- Employ parallelism.
- Mind your grammar.
- Properly punctuate.
- Practice writing.
How do you start a powerful sentence?
The Art Of Writing Powerful Sentences
- Trim the fat. The rule of thumb in writing powerful sentences is that less is more.
- Move strong words to the beginning or end. The first and last words of a sentence are the most memorable.
- Get to the point.
- Don’t use fluff.
- Get rid of passive voice.
- Choose better verbs.
- Create an image in few words.
- Build suspense.
What is a catchy opening sentence?
The first one or two sentences of an essay that serve(s) as both an introduction to the reader and an attention grabber. A sentence that grabs the reader’s attention and gives them a reason to keep reading.
What can I write instead of him her?
If necessary, use “one” instead of “he or she” or “his or her.” However, one should avoid this formulation as well, if possible, since the use of “one” can be awkward. Less desirable: A person who masters the basic rules of grammar, punctuation, and good writing is likely to impress his or her supervisors.