cu-tep error writing word order redundancy
084-942-4261
CU-TEP day 15 – CU-TEP error writing word order redundancy
By chulatutor   on 14/10/15

CU-TEP error writing word order redundancy

Word order

In order to communicate effectively, the words in a sentence must be placed in the right order.

 

Positive Sentence

Subject Auxiliary Verb Verb Indirect object Direct object Place Time
Derek loves cars.
Derek will give me a ride to the party next week.

 

Negative Sentence

Subject Auxiliary Verb Negative Verb Indirect object Direct object Place Time
Derek will not give me a ride to the party next week.

 

 

 

Subordinating Clause

Conjunction Subject Auxiliary Verb Verb Indirect object Direct object Place Time
because he has to go to Chicago.

 

Position of Time Expressions

Subject Auxiliary Verb Adverb Verb Object Place Time
Derek usually calls me before bed.

 

These are only most common sentence structures. You can find more about word order here.

 

Check this out :
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/word-order
http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/objects.htm
http://linguapress.com/grammar/word-order.htm

 

Redundancy

For those who don’t know what redundancy means, take a look at these sentences.

In my opinion, I think the blue dress is prettier than the red one.

The reason why Tommy failed the test is because he didn’t study hard enough.

I want to sell at least 50 hats or more this weekend.

The temperature this week fell down by 5 degrees.

The redundancy is about using the words that convey the same meaning. Usually, the sentence is not wrong grammatically but there is another way to write it.

In my opinion, the blue dress is prettier than the red one.

I think the blue dress is prettier than the red one.

The reason why Tommy failed the test is that he didn’t study hard enough.

Tommy failed the test because he didn’t study hard enough.

I want to sell at least 50 hats this weekend.

 

cu-tep error writing word order redundancy

The redundancy is about using the words that convey the same meaning. Usually, the sentence is not wrong grammatically but there is another way to write it.
It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin