Combining with Key Words
Use a Key Word 🟪 Ideas included in short sentences can be combined by moving a key word from one sentence to the other.
Short Sentences: My dream catcher stopped working. It is dusty.
Combined with an Adjective: My dusty dream catcher stopped working.
Short Sentences: I’ll dust off my dream catcher. I’ll do it tomorrow.
Combined with an Adverb: Tomorrow, I will dust off my dream catcher.
Use a Series of Words or Phrases 🟪 Ideas included in short sentences can be combined into one sentence using a series of words or phrases.
Short Sentences: The cafeteria is loud. The cafeteria is crowded. The cafeteria is hectic.
Combined with a Series of Words: The cafeteria is loud, crowded, and hectic.