Sentence structure

One-minute video on sentence structure

Why learn about sentence structure?

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Sentences start with a capital letter and end in a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark. Verb endings change depending who is the subject. For instance ‘I talk’, ‘she talks’.

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  • A one-minute video designed to illustrate purpose and context of the topic with particular examples.
  • May be used to introduce the topic in class and stimulate discussion around the examples shown.

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