Discuss the Article : A Guide To Making Longer Sentences In English
Longer sentences are often better sentences, when it comes to expressing your meaning completely and accurately. Considering a few grammatical patterns can put sentence building into the right perspective for weaving your ideas together in clear, verbose English.
1. a. I enjoy watching the birds.
b. I am enjoying watching the birds.
For those learning to speak English (at least American English), "a" above is most likely to be used in everyday speech. Using "b" comes off as being awkward sounding - therefore not used as often - even though it is correct.
This is the same for the sentence below. Often, the choice that SOUNDS best when spoken is chosen.
2. a. Practice hope in your everyday perspective.
b. Practicing hoping can be crucial in your everyday perspective.
After reading your article, now I know there’s a subtle difference between love to and love doing in some cases. It's useful!
Thanks for your article!