Simple sentences are essential for developing ideas in the most rudimentary way. It is a building block for syntax acquisition. Practice simple sentences to create a foundation for a more elaborate sentence structure.
Use coordinating conjunctions (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) to form compound sentences. Knowledge of coordinating conjunctions is essential for developing complex ideas when writing and speaking.
Use subordinating conjunctions (e.g., because, unless, before) to form complex sentences. Knowledge of subordinating conjunctions is essential for developing complex ideas when writing and speaking.
Practice passive sentences to emphasize the action performed on the subject. Knowledge of passive sentence structure is essential for developing and understanding complex ideas when reading and writing.