ENG 1101 Fall 2021 0277

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  • #75203

    Prof. Masiello
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    Please post your new sentences here. Consult the Document(s) from 9/30

    #75218

    Daniela S
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    A.) 1. I am hungry; I’m too lazy to cook.
    2. My hair was messy; I walked to the salon around my house.
    3. Sophia used an umbrella on a sunny day; it was not raining.
    4. Nobody wanted to chip in for gas; Ryan didn’t want to drive to six flags anymore. This park must be capitalized.
    5. Nina was throwing a baby shower for her sister; i told her that it was going to be a rainy day. “I,” meaning you, must be capitalized.
    B.) Transition, transport, transportation, transparent, transgender, transfusion, etc… Words with the prefix “trans” have a pattern/connection to each other which is like they all have to do with adapting or changing.
    C.) I will use this technique towards the body paragraphs of my essay.
    D.) 1. I am hungry; however, I am too lazy to cook.
    2. My hair was messy; therefore, I walked to the salon around my house.
    3. Sophia used an umbrella; in fact, it was a sunny day.
    4. Nina was throwing a bay shower for her sister; meanwhile, it was a rainy day.

    These are all good. Why did you leave one of them out? You should, however, also try using the two other styles of punctuation or positioning for transitional as shown on the bottom of the transitional sheets.

    #75221

    Jaheim Wilson
    Participant

    A.)

    1. Sally had escaped the horror mansion; her friend slowly followed behind.

    2. Bob was hungry for some Popeyes; his sister wanted Burger King.

    3. Rob wanted to hang out with his friends today; the weather was perfect today.

    4. Gordon headed off to the movie theater; someone told him it was closed.

    5. I chose to drink some water; Tom drank some soda.

    B.) Transport, Transmission, Transgender, Transportation, Translate, Transparent, Transfer, Transit

    D.)

    1. Sally had escaped the horror mansion; then, her friend slowly followed behind.

    2. Bob was hungry for some Popeyes; instead, his sister wanted Burger King.

    3. Rob wanted to hang out with his friends today; meanwhile, the weather was perfect today.

    4. Gordon headed off to the movie theater; however, someone told him it was closed.

    5. I chose to drink some water; therefore, Tom drank some soda.

    These are all good. You should, however, also try using the two other styles of punctuation or positioning for transitional as shown on the bottom of the transitional sheets.

    #75224

    Osman Hassan
    Participant

    A)
    1)Osman saw water rushing through the crack of the door; he knew it was going to flood the basement.
    2)Connor didn’t want to get out of his bed; he knew he had to.
    3)Timothy was very hungry; there was nothing in the fridge.
    4)Phillip did not want to go to school; he went anyway.
    5)Gabbie’s car ran out of gas; she pulled over.

    B) Transition, transport, transpire, transplant, transparent, transit, transfer

    C)
    1)Osman saw water rushing through the crack of the door; consequently, he knew it was going to flood the basement.
    2)Connor didn’t want to get out of his bed; still, he knew he had to.
    3)Timothy was very hungry; however, there was nothing in the fridge.
    4)Phillip did not want to go to school; nevertheless, he went anyway.
    5)Gabbie’s car ran out of gas; as a result, she pulled over.

    These are all good. You should, however, also try using the two other styles of punctuation or positioning for transitional as shown on the bottom of the transitional sheets.

    #75235

    matthewf
    Participant

    A)
    1. Jack likes donuts; Johnson does not.
    2. If you bring a pencil, notebook, and a backpack; is time to go to school. INCORRECT What follows the semicolon must be a full thought, an independent clause,
    3. Fred didn’t want to go to the doctor; Fred has to go.
    4. I love to play piano; Justin hates it.
    5. Jack wanted to exercise; he is lazy.
    B) Transport, Transformation, Transparent, Transgender, Transition.
    C) and D)
    1. Jack likes donuts; however, Johnson does not.
    2. If you bring a pencil, notebook, and a backpack; therefore, is time to go to school. INCORRECT What follows the semicolon must be a full thought, an independent clause,
    3. Fred didn’t want to go to the doctor; instead, Fred has to go.
    4. I love to play piano; in fact, Justin hates it.
    5. Jack wanted to exercise; meanwhile, he is lazy.

    #75276

    Michael
    Participant

    A.)
    I tried to do a cook pasta; my mother had to do it
    2. went to the gym; I came home sore
    3. the car did not run; I had to bring it into the shop
    4. Alex came home late; the bus broke down
    5. I bought a new house; its a fixer upper
    B.) Transport, transform, transfusion, transgender, transparent
    C.)
    D.)
    1. I tried to do a cook pasta; meanwhile, my mother had to do it
    2. went to the gym; therefore, I came home sore
    3. the car did not run; then, I had to bring it into the shop
    4. Alex came home late; in fact, the bus broke down
    5. I bought a new house; however, its a fixer upper

    #75324

    Prof. Masiello
    Participant

    Your work is very good.

    Consider using the other two punctuation and transitional placement options on the transitions sheet.

    Why? Because semicolons are not terribly popular and you should not feel tied to semicolons to use the very interesting transitionals.

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