The frightened / mouse / hid / under the bed.
William / sat down / quickly.
Our hamster / has / four babies.
The dog / barked / at Mr. Rutland yesterday.
Ann / left / her Jacket at the school.
Darline / shok / her head.
Row and Sandy / pushed / the canoe intothe water.
Cats / can move / faster than turtles.
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Childres / don’t like / street performers.
I / always / wanted / to be an actress.
Why don’t / we / rent a DVD?
You / want / to go to the party on Saturday night.
Could / you / lend / meyour pen, please?
Types of sentences.
Affirmative: My parents / were / happy.
Negative: She / doesn’t feel / that it’s rewarding.
Exclamative: Let / me / try / out!
Interrogative: Can / you / answer / the phone.
Imperative: Match / the verbs to their meanings.
Ixchel Xochiquetzal Vega Ceja. 04 / 02/ 10.
The parts of speech.
Noun: A word or phrases that name a person, place, thing, quality, or act (Fred, New York, table, beauty, and execution). A noun may be used as the subject of a verb, the object of a verb, an identifying noun, the object of a preposition.
Adjective: A word or combination of words that modifies a noun (blue, green, central, halfbacked, temporary).
Verb: A wordor phrase that expresses action, existence, or occurrence (throw, be, happen). Verb can be transitive, requiring an object (her in I met her), or transitive, requiring only a subject (the sun rises).
Adverb: A word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb (slowly, obstinately, much).
Preposition: A word or phrase that shows the relation ship of a noun to another noun (at, by,in, to, from, with).
Article: Any of three words use to signal the presence of a noun. A and an are known as idenite articles; the is the definite article.
Conjunction: A word that connect words or phrases or sentences: (and, but, because, or).
Ixchel Xochiquetzal Vega Ceja. 10 / 02 / 10.
Human relations: Sciencewhich studies and guides man in which belongs.
Communications: The art of transmiting a message with the purpose of obtaining a specific answer.
Writing: The ability to transmit an idea on paper.
Objectives of a business communication: To inform the reader, and to influence the reader’s attitude toward the message.
Public relations: System of collective behavior and effectivecommunication to create and maintain the good image of an individual business or institution.
The business letter: Basic unit of communication between institutions or companies.
Types of business letter: Sales letters, public relations letter, others.
Ixchel Xochiquetzal Vega Ceja. 11 / 02 / 10.
✓Creates a favorable first impression.
✓ Appels to the reader’s point of view.
✓ Is correct in every detail.
✓ Promotes good will.
✓ Is clear and complete.
✓ Is courteous, friendly, and sincere.
✓ Is concise.
✓ Holds together.
✓ Is well paragraphed.
✓ Avoids jargon.
Psychology in routine letters.
✓ Ask, don’t demand✓ Beware of accusations.
✓ Give reasons.
✓ Have the right attitude.
✓ Know company policy.
Clarity: The message doesn’t have to be confusing, clear idea.
Integrity: Complete message. Mention all the details.
Brevity: Make the message brief, not too long. Make it concise.
Courtesy: use courtesy words and phrases.