Cathy just bought a hang glider. Which of these could have been an internal factor that influenced Cathy's decision?
A. Cathy just loves the way hang gliders float through the air.
B. Everyone else who lives on Cathy's block has a hang glider.
C. Cathy recently read an article in a magazine about hang gliders.
D. Cathy just saw a movie in which the star flew with a hang glider
Internal factors are things such as needs, motives, and perceptions, while external factors include things such as family, friends, or social media. Options B, C, and D are external factors because the decision to buy would be based on the people on her block, a magazine article, or a movie. Only option A is based on Cathy's own perception.
Algernon. Lane's views on marriage seem somewhat lax. Really, if the lower orders don't set us a good example, what on earth is the use of them? They seem, as a class, to have absolutely no sense of moral responsibility.
I enjoy science fiction, but my favorite genre is romantic fiction.
Kadijah can recite several poems by heart; therefore, her friends are impressed.
When Kadijah and Cal read the same folktale, they realized how interesting folktales can be.
Some students tell me that T. S. Elliot writes very plain poems, but others insist that he writes bizarre poems.
Simple sentences are those sentences that contain simple, one subject, one verb structure of a sentence. "Ms. Norris loves reading all kinds of books" is a simple sentence with a single subject "Ms. Norris" and single verb "loves".
Compound sentences contain two independent clauses joined by one of the coordinating conjunctions for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so (FANBOYS).<em> "I enjoy science fiction, but my favorite genre is romantic fiction"</em> is a compound sentence with the presence or use of the coordinating conjunction "but".
A complex sentence contains one dependent clause joined to an independent clause by a subordinating conjunction. The two sentences <em>"Kadijah can recite several poems by heart; therefore, her friends are impressed" </em>and <em>"When Kadijah and Cal read the same folktale, they realized how interesting folktales can be"</em> are complex sentences by the use of the subordinating conjunctions "therefore" and "when".
A compound-complex sentence contains both cases of compound and complex sentences, the subordinating as well as the coordinating conjunction along with a dependent clause. The use of the conjunctions "that" and "but" makes the sentence <em>"Some students tell me that T. S. Elliot writes very plain poems, but others insist that he writes bizarre poems" </em>a compound-complex sentence.
A Psalm of Life Summary and Analysis of "Psalm of Life" The young man, speaking from his "heart," refuses to accept that life is “an empty dream” or that the soul is dead. Instead, he says that life is indeed real and true and that death is not the goal of life.