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  • There are three types of fragments that are used to connect words, phrases, and clauses.
  • The coordinating conjunction is used to join two independent clauses.
  • A subordinate conjunction is used to join a dependent clause to an independent clause or a main idea.
  • A relative pronoun is used as the subject of the relative clause.

The use of fragments can be seen in many different ways, but the most often used is to create a sense of movement. Fragments are an important part of any writer’s toolkit and can be used for a number of purposes. They can be used to create a sense of movement or to add an air of mystery or tension.

  • A new fragment is an activity that has not yet been started or completed. A regular activity is one that has already been started and completed.
  • A new fragment is an activity that has not yet been started or completed. A regular activity is one that has already been started and completed.
  • The new fragment can be considered as the first step of a process chain of activities, which are executed in sequence to achieve a particular goal or objective, while the regular activities are those which have already been executed in the process chain.

Fragments are used to break up sentences and make them easier to read.

There are two main reasons for using fragments:

  • To break up long sentences
  • To show the reader that there is a sentence coming next, but it's not finished yet

  • Fragments are a type of sentence that is incomplete. This type of sentence often starts with words like "this," "these," "those," or "it." They can also be used to show an incomplete thought.
  • There are many advantages to using fragments in your writing, but there are also some disadvantages. One advantage is that they can make your writing more interesting and less boring. Another advantage is that they can help keep readers engaged by making them curious about what the rest of the sentence will say. One disadvantage is that it might be difficult for readers to understand what you're trying to say if you don't give enough information in the fragment itself.

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