Country Report (Pro)

Sentence Pattern for Introduction (Pro)

It's time to learn a somewhat advanced sentence pattern:

Think of three reasons why you love to visit your grandma's house (or any other place that you like to visit).

Each reason should be a complete clause, like this:

Now combine these three clauses into a compound sentence.

Your sentence should now look something like this:

Here is another example. This sentence explains why I love Presidio:

Heads Up!

Don't forget this sentence pattern! We're going to use it in the introduction of your essay.

Your Turn

Think of a place that you like to visit.

Now, using the pattern described in this lesson, you're going to tell me why you like to go there.

Instructions for the Quiz

Write two sentences, according to this example:

Note: The first sentence tells me where you like to go. The second sentence explains why you like to go there. Your second sentence must follow the pattern described in this lesson!

Caution: If the subject of your clauses is the same, you must repeat the subject each time! Study the following examples: