Using Phrases and Clauses as Modifiers
Sentences without modifiers lack detail.
You can use phrases and clauses to make your sentences more informative and interesting.
On her third attempt, Rosa landed after a nose grab, which she learned from her brother.
(The revision includes the phrases "On her third attempt" and "after a nose grab" and clause "which she learned from her brother.")
Let's review some common types of phrases and clauses that you can use to expand your sentences.