Logical sentences aren’t difficult to produce. If you have a subject and a verb, you can construct a simple sentence that makes sense. However, sticking to such basic construction throughout your work can lead to writing that reads very poorly, so you combine sentences and vary your structures.
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The SVO sequence (subject, verb, object) is the most basic sentence pattern in the English language. Many who begin writing for the first time string words together in this manner. If your writing skills are currently limited to this structure, here are seven ways you can adjust your SVO formations so that your paragraphs sounds vibrant and energetic.