A Lightbulb Moment – Understanding Sentences

When writing an essay, you may be expressing your thoughts on and on…and on and on! Or your thoughts come to a stop before reaching its destination, and your writing follows. So you get confusing run-on or awkward fragment sentences. Here’s a writing video to help you avoid those run-on’s and fragments; use simple, compound, and complex sentences to get your writing back on track!

The video starts with a simple sentence example: She changed the light bulb. She didn’t like fixing things. How do you transform the simple sentences into compound or complex? The video below shows you how! Recommended for advanced learners (Levels 500-800/EAP).

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