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Four basic types of writing
Narrative, description, exposition, and persuasion
three types of sentences in paragraph
topic, supporting, clincher
The repetition of sound to create an effect
A comparison not using like or as
A comparison using like or as
Giving human qualities to an inanimant object or ideas
An extreme exaggeration
The imitation of sound especially in nature
Classic examples of faulty coordination include an obvious wrong word from the connective, two ideas in a sentence that don't seem to fit, or two ideas where the immediate connection makes no sense.
Classic examples of faulty subordination would include sentences with the intended meaning is backwards, where ever classes are used to predicate nominative's and where there are too many ideas in one sentence where there seems to be some a logical, mysterious connection between ideas.
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