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Ch 9: GRE Analytical Writing - Writing Stronger Sentences: Tutoring Solution

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The Analytical Writing - Writing Stronger Sentences chapter of this GRE Prep Tutoring Solution is a flexible and affordable path to learning about writing stronger sentences. These simple and fun video lessons are each about five minutes long, and they teach all of the information involving writing stronger sentences required for the GRE.

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  • Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
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  • Struggle with understanding sentence structure, rhetoric, transition sentences or any other writing stronger sentences topic
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Learning objectives:

  • Get tips on structuring sentences in an essay.
  • Learn how you can improve your writing through better sentence structure.
  • Build your rhetorical skills to make your persuasive writing better.
  • Explore ways to avoid 'mixed structure' sentences.
  • Find out how to write clear sentences.
  • Learn to write and use transition sentences.
  • Review how to avoid faulty collective ownership.
  • Find out how to avoid sentence fragments, comma splices and run-on sentences.
  • Learn to write parallel sentences.

9 Lessons in Chapter 9: GRE Analytical Writing - Writing Stronger Sentences: Tutoring Solution
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How to Structure Sentences in an Essay

1. How to Structure Sentences in an Essay

Sometimes we know what we want to write, but we are just unsure of the best way to write it. In this video, we will cover ways to structure sentences in an essay.

How to Write Better by Improving Your Sentence Structure

2. How to Write Better by Improving Your Sentence Structure

Often times in writing, we know what we want to say, but it doesn't seem to come out right. In this video we will learn the steps needed to improve your writing with better sentence structure.

Using Rhetorical Skills to Write Better Essays

3. Using Rhetorical Skills to Write Better Essays

In this video, you will explore the basics of identifying your purpose and audience and learn how to use effective rhetorical skills in your persuasive writing.

Sentence Structure: Identify and Avoid 'Mixed Structure' Sentences

4. Sentence Structure: Identify and Avoid 'Mixed Structure' Sentences

A mixed structure sentence is a common error that occurs when a writer starts a sentence with one structure but switches to a different structure in the middle of the sentence. This video will teach you how to spot and avoid this type of error.

Sentence Clarity: How to Write Clear Sentences

5. Sentence Clarity: How to Write Clear Sentences

Just because you know a good sentence when you read one doesn't mean that you think it's easy to put one together - forget about writing an essay's worth. Learn how to write clear sentences and turn rough ones into gems.

How to Write and Use Transition Sentences

6. How to Write and Use Transition Sentences

Like a road map, transitions guide readers through your essay. This lesson examines the way writers transition between sentences, within paragraphs and between paragraphs to make for a smooth reading experience.

Sentence Agreement: Avoiding Faulty Collective Ownership

7. Sentence Agreement: Avoiding Faulty Collective Ownership

A common error occurs whenever a writer uses wording that suggests that a lot of people own or use just one thing, when really they all own or use their own separate things. This video will explain how to identify and fix this type of error.

Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences

8. Sentence Fragments, Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences

Sentence fragments, comma splices, and run-on sentences are grammatical and stylistic bugs that can seriously derail an otherwise polished academic paper. Learn how to identify and eliminate these errors in your own writing here.

Parallelism: How to Write and Identify Parallel Sentences

9. Parallelism: How to Write and Identify Parallel Sentences

Sentences that aren't parallel sound funny, even if they look perfectly correct at first glance. Learn what makes a sentence parallel, how to revise a sentence to make it parallel, and how to write beautiful, balanced sentences of your own.

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