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  1. 1. Frances Moore Lappe Sentence Combining
  2. 2. Combine the pair of sentencesinto one sentence, using anadverb clause, and adjectiveclause, or a noun clause foreach sentence.Substitute a connecting wordfor the word in italics.
  3. 3. Example: Frances Moore Lappe argues something. She says that there is enough food in the world for everyone for everyone to have enough. Frances Moore Lappe argues that there is enough food in the world for everyone to have enough.
  4. 4. Frances Moore Lappe is anexpert on poverty. Her bookDiet for a Small Planet soldthree million copies.
  5. 5. Frances Moore Lappe is anexpert on poverty whose bookDiet for a Small Planet soldthree million copies.
  6. 6. Her most recent book is calledEcomind. It was published lastyear.
  7. 7. Her most recent book, which iscalled Ecomind, was publishedlast year.
  8. 8. Her most recent book, waspublished last year, is calledEcomind.
  9. 9. Her most recent book, was publishedlast year, is called Ecomind.This is a non-essential clause. It hascommas.The reason for the adjective clause isto give extra information about thebook.
  10. 10. Lappe says that hungry peoplecannot get food. They are toopoor to have the tools theyneed to access it. (Use anadverb clause.)
  11. 11. Lappe says that hungry peoplecannot get food because theyare too poor to have the toolsthey need to access it. (Use anadverb clause.)
  12. 12. Because hungry people are toopoor to have the tools theyneed to access it, Lappe saysthat they cannot get food.
  13. 13. Since hungry people are toopoor to have the tools theyneed to access it, Lappe saysthat they cannot get food.
  14. 14. Since has two meanings: I have been in the U.S. since I was nine. Since we have the midterm next week, I am helping you get ready.
  15. 15. Lappe supports “livingdemocracy.” Living democracyis more than what we do in thevoting booth.
  16. 16. Lappe supports “livingdemocracy,” which is morethan what we do in the votingbooth.
  17. 17. We think we have democracy.It is “thin democracy” and notliving democracy. (Use anadverb clause.)
  18. 18. Even though we think we havedemocracy, it is “thindemocracy” and not livingdemocracy
  19. 19. Even though we think we havedemocracy, it is “thindemocracy” and not livingdemocracy
  20. 20. While we think we havedemocracy, it is “thindemocracy” and not livingdemocracy
  21. 21. We think we have democracy;however, it is “thin democracy”and not living democracy.(This is a logical connector.The punctuation is different.)
  22. 22. We need more than “thindemocracy.” It creates wasteand scarcity.
  23. 23. We need more than “thindemocracy,” which createswaste and scarcity.
  24. 24. “Thin democracy” means onlythat people can vote. “Livingdemocracy” means changingour daily choices and behavior.(Use an adverb clause.)
  25. 25. While “thin democracy” meansonly that people can vote,“living democracy” meanschanging our daily choices andbehavior. (Use an adverbclause.)
  26. 26. Frances Moore Lappe believessomething. We can build aliving democracy. It can solvethe problem of hunger in theworld. (Write a sentence withtwo clauses)
  27. 27. Frances Moore Lappe believesthat we can build a livingdemocracy that can solve theproblem of hunger in the world. (Write a sentence with twoclauses)
  28. 28. Lappe says we can change theworld. We are willing to makethe necessary changes.(Combine these sentences withan ‘if’ clause)
  29. 29. Lappe says we can change theworld if we are willing to makethe necessary changes.(Combine these sentences withan ‘if’ clause)
  30. 30. She believes that humannature is basically good, andwe need to build a society tomatch our basic nature.(Write a sentence with acompound noun clause.)

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