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02/01/09
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Sentence Master Games provide a fun practical hands-on learning experience that will help students write English sentences, practice their English grammar, vocabulary, comprehension and improve their English writing

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How to Write English Sentences - Introduction

Before you write an English sentence you have to get organized. The first stage of organization is choosing the single or complete thought that you are stating, describing, explaining or asking. The thought should include 1. a subject, and 2. an action or state of being.

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How to Write English Sentences - “start simple”

The following are examples of starting with a basic thought and experimenting by adding the different English parts of speech, phrases and clauses.

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How to use six basic sentence constructions formats

Now we have to decide which of six basic English sentence construction formats best suits your sentence.

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How to Write the Four Types of English Sentences

What type of sentence best matches your thought: declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory.

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How to Write English Sentences using Verb Tenses

To describe any actions or states of being the writer must use a verb or verbs to show who or what initiated, experienced or received the action or state of being.

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How to Write Active and Passive English Sentences

The first style decision is writing with a voice. Writers have to choose to write an active or passive English Sentence.

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How to Write English Sentences using Nouns

Nouns may act as any of the following: subjects of the verb, direct or indirect objects of the verb.

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How to Write English Sentences using Noun Phrases

For most writing purposes noun phrases can be treated as single grammatical units performing the work of a noun in the sentence.

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English writing is now more important than ever before.

The Internet has enabled millions of people to communicate in writing via email, BBS forums and text messaging. Having the ability to communicate in English correctly and efficiently is now more important than ever. The old formula of 90% oral and 10% writing has morphed to about 60% oral and 40% writing for most professions. To succeed in the professional digital age correct English writing is mandatory.

The SentenceMaster English grammar writing games provide a fun practical hands-on learning experience that will help students improve their English writing, practice their English grammar, vocabulary and language comprehension.

Sentencemaster has some easy and free English writing exercises for you to learn and practice your English Vocabulary and English language comprehension.

Start with the One Word Card Writing Exercises. Simply select the correct word to fill in the blank and complete the English sentence. You can practice how to use English articles, prepositions, conjunctions, verbs, adverbs, adjectives nouns and pronouns in English sentences.

Continue with the Two Word Card Writing Exercises. You can practice with the adjective and noun combinations along with the adverb and verb combinations.

Once you have finished the two card exercises you can continue with the Three Word Card Writing Exercises. You can practice with the adjective and noun combinations along with the verb combinations.

Once you have finished the three card exercises you can continue with the Four Word Card Writing Exercises. You can practice with the adjective and noun combinations along with the adverb and verb combinations.

When you have completed the four word card writing exercises - then you can continue on with the Sentence Master Challenges. Start with the six word card challenges. Once you have mastered the six word card challenges then try the eight word card challenges, then the ten word card challenges and then the advanced 13 word card challenges.

When you have finished the exercises and the challenges then you can try the Grid Quizes. There are 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 line Grid Quizes. Play with your friends to see who can make the most sentences.

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