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Intensive writing by Mind Map: Intensive writing

1. Noun clause

1.1. That clause

1.2. If/Whether clause

1.3. Wh clause

2. Using inversion

2.1. Only

2.2. Negative words

2.3. So../That...

2.4. So...that

2.5. Conditional

2.6. Whole sentence inversion

3. Coherence strategies

3.1. Repeating a word or words from a sentence in the following sentence

3.2. Use a synonym of a word from a sentence in the following one

3.3. Use a pro form in the following sentence

3.4. Use sequence marker (e.g. Firstly, secondly

3.5. Repeat a sentence structure

3.6. Use connectives (e.g. Moreover, firstly)

3.7. Use a synonym

4. Generalization, qualification and caution

4.1. Through words in the lists in the Scale of Qualification

4.2. Through the Impersonal verb phrase

5. Sentence structures

5.1. 1.Compound

5.2. 2.Complex

5.3. 3.Compound - complex

5.4. 4.Two independent clauses and one (or more) dependent clause

6. Using relative clauses

6.1. I.Defining relative clauses

6.1.1. Who

6.1.2. Whom

6.1.3. Whose

6.1.4. Which/that

6.2. II.Reduced relative clauses

6.2.1. Ing-participle Clauses

6.2.2. Ed-participle Clauses

6.3. III.Relative adverbs

6.3.1. Where

6.3.2. ? Why

6.3.3. When

7. Using noun phrases (nominalization)

7.1. I.Components

7.1.1. Pre-modifier(s) + HEAD NOUND + Post-modifiers(s)

7.2. II.Nominalization in written English

7.2.1. Making texts impersonal and authoritative

7.2.2. Adding information

8. Using adverb clauses

8.1. Using conditional sentences to write about solutions

8.2. Using adverb clauses of purpose

9. Using the passive

9.1. I.In mid-position

9.2. II.In first-position