To have an effective descreption the for elements must be used these elements are organized details use of diction or choice of words use of the senses and figurative language.
The N-LV-A Pattern means Noun-Verb-adjective model.
The N-LV-SC means Noun-Linking Verb-Subject complement.
The N-TV-DO means Noun-Transitive Verb-Direct object.
The N-IV - means Noun-intransitive verb model
Sentences that state an information are called declarative sentences.
sentences that ask a question are called interrogative sentences.
Sentences that give command are called imperative sentences.
sentences that express a strong feeling are called exclamatory sentences.
The two parts of a sentence are subject and predicate.
The subject does the action or it is the one being talked about in the sentence.
The predicate is the action that the subject does or it tells something about the subject.
They are expressions that show strong feelings. If the interjection is used as an independent word, then it is followed by an exclamation point. If it is used as part of a sentence, then a comma is used to set off from the rest of the words.
Oh! Hey! Gosh!
Great! Phew! Hurray!
Correlative conjunctions are pairs of words used to connect two simple sentences or parts of sentences. the most common correlative conjunctions are neither-nor, either-or, not only-but also.
Coordinate conjunctions can join two subjects, two predicates, two objects or two independent clauses.
e.g. Breakfast and lunch are usually taken with rice and viand.
Common subordinate conjunctions:
After Although as because
before if since than
though unless until when
whenever where whereas wherever
An intensifier is a word written before and adjective or adverb, to signal the degree of quality it gives.
Examples are almost, completely, extremely, quite, rather, so, somewhat, too, and very.