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findings Original post: Tue 12/23/2008 at 1:03 PM

As I reviewed the LMS document, it became obvious that my past "collaborations" were lacking. I should have intervened more frequently and added to the content.  I should have insisted on critical commentary from other research sources.  I also need to  establish a rubric that clarifies what constitutes erudite commentary.  So on I go.....

GB

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Re: findings Posted: Sat 12/27/2008 at 7:56 AM, in reply to George R. Berardinucci
George,

I agree. Continuous improvement is necessary for on-line education. It is the development of the collaborative classroom that I believe requires significantly more preparation than for the traditional brick and mortar class. I have found that students are strong on providing opinion andt here is a need as the LMS document shows for research to support the opinion.

Re: findings Posted: Tue 6/15/2021 at 10:16 PM, in reply to George R. Berardinucci

The 8 Parts of Speech in English and Tips for Writing

Introduction

In this article, we are going to analyze and share with you parts of speech in English and useful writing tips, hopefully they will help to hone your writing skills.

 

A part of speech is a class of words based on the word's function, the way it works in a sentence. In English language, parts of speech contain 8 classes into which words are divided on the basis of their meaning, form, or syntactic function. Noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection are the eight parts of speech in English language.

The 8 Parts of Speech in English

Following are the 8 parts of speech.

 

1) Noun

 

Nouns are naming words. They can be the name of a person, animal, place, thing, or concept. Nouns are typically used as subjects and objects in a sentence. For example, in the sentence, “John wrote an article”, John and article are nouns. If you want to learn about nouns in more detail, you can go through the list of nouns that start with A to Z.

 

2) Pronoun

 

A pronoun is a word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase. For example, in the sentence “Michael interviewed the applicants as they arrived”, ‘they’ is a pronoun which has been used in place of ‘applicants’.

 

3) Verb

 

Verbs are action words that tell us what happens in a sentence. They can also show the state of being of the subject. For example, in the sentence, “I go to school”, ‘go’ represents an action performed by me. To know about verbs in more detail, kindly go through the list of verbs from Greenopolis.com, it will help you a lot.

 

4) Adjective

 

Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. They allow readers and listeners to use their senses to imagine something more clearly. Some examples of adjectives are beautiful, ugly, hot, funny, unique, bright, poor etc. If you want to learn some new adjectives, this adjectives list is perfect for you.

 

5) Adverb

 

Adverbs give us more information about the verb and about how the action was done. Adverbs tells how, where, when, why, etc. Examples: hopefully, softly, lazily, often, softly, etc.

 

6) Preposition

 

A preposition is a word or group of words used before a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to show direction, time, place, location, or to introduce an object. Some examples of prepositions are words like "in," "at," "on," "of," and "to".

 

7) Conjunction

 

Conjunctions join words, phrases, and clauses in a sentence. Some examples of conjunctions are: and, but, or, so, yet, with, etc.

 

8) Interjection

 

Interjections are expressions that can stand on their own or be contained within sentences. These words and phrases often carry strong emotions and convey reactions. Examples: ah, oh, wow, whoops, ouch, etc.

5 Writing Tips for Better Writing

Writing is a skill that always needs furnishing. You cannot just relax saying that you have mastered all of the writing skills. You will always be able to improve and broaden them. Even when you've achieved what you think to be your peak performance, there are still mountains to climb. Following are 5 writing tips that will help you improve your writing skills.

 

1) Be mindful of the choice of words

 

There are numerous ways to create a sentence, and many words can be used to communicate the same meaning. Always go with the easier of the two words you have thought of using. Use simple and familiar vocabulary instead of lofty one because simple words are more direct and easy to understand for all readers.

 

2) Be precise in your writing

 

A good piece of writing is straightforward and concise. Filler words, such as unnecessary adverbs and prepositional phrases, just take up space and weigh down a sentence. Say what you mean in the plainest and direct way possible.

 

3) Be grammatically sound


Grammar is vital because it gives information that aids in the comprehension of the reader. It is the structure that communicates the writer's specific meaning to the audience and your sentence structure should be grammatically sound. Remove grammatical errors from your work, and your readers will be rewarded with clear communication.

 

4) Use positive words

 

As a writer you should keep one thing in mind that positive words can enrich a sentence by enhancing the positive meaning behind it and enables the speaker to express how good something is. Therefore keep positive words from Greenopolis in hand and try to learn as many of them as possible. These positive words will help you build a positive and astonishing self- image for yourself, as a writer.

 

5) Review and edit your work

 

This is one of the most important thing for you to learn as a content writer. No one can achieve the perfect result in the first draft they write. You need to edit and proofread your work to make it sound. Tighten your writing, check your word choice and sentence structure, and hone your voice to improve your style.

Final Thoughts

Having thorough knowledge of parts of speech and writing skills is an integral part of a writer’s skill set. Parts of speech are critical since these will help you in analyzing and comprehending different sentences. On the other hand, the writing tips shared with you will help you in constructing good sentences. Hence it is utmost important that you go through this article at least a couple of times to understand it thoroughly.

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Re: findings Posted: Mon 10/11/2021 at 2:55 AM, in reply to George R. Berardinucci
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Re: findings Posted: Thu 10/14/2021 at 12:51 AM, in reply to George R. Berardinucci

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