Paragraphs by Donald Stewart


The 6 ways to structure a paragraph
PLUS introductions, vocabulary, semicolons, correlative conjunctions, and "flow"

And the numbering system still applies. 
It just makes so much sense.

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Can't get your ideas organized?

Here's a video from Lesson 37. See how to pull two ideas together, 
and how to avoid a potential trap.
 About 2.6  minutes.

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